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Leah, Elliminyt, Victoria, AU

We have had our springfree trampoline for 5 years. After 4 years the stitching on the mat disintegrated and came apart beyond repair. Expensive to replace. Huge hassle to remove old mat and attach new one. Kids are happy again but don't know if I will replace it next time.

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Brodie Duncan, WA, AU

Researched for ever before making our purchase and just wanted to provide feedback to the same people like me who will be questioning the cost of a springfree. We purchased ours 14 months ago and live by the ocean. Friends bought a similar sized tramp with the steel springs in a similar location. The springfree still looks relavely new with the only rust being on the bolts that hold it together. Potentially they could invest in a commercial grade bolt and they would completely eliminate the problem. My mates tramp in his own admission looks aged. Rust all over the springs, net degrading rapidly and mat showing first signs. The tramp he bought was very similar in price. Anyway, not here to flufff it too much, but I honeslty wouldnt recommend anything else. BD

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Samantha Scott, Cranbourne North, AU

My kids love the trampoline and at the time really wanted the basketball hoop. We went to buy a small trampoline and ended up purchasing the large. Because we spent so much we really couldn't do the hoop also but now I'm disappointed to find that such a short time after the hoop was included. If I had of known this we would of delayed the purchase until the warmer weather when it would be used and get the hoop included. Thanks.

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Kendra Parlane, Pickering, Ontario, CA

Our kids and their friends love the trampoline as do we, the parents. I love to jump on the trampoline by myself when the kids are not there. It feels safe and almost all season.

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Ross Connon, N.S.W, AU

GREAT FUN FOR MY 2 GIRLS AGE 11 AND 13 WE HAVE HAD 7 YEARS OF LAUGHTER AND LOOKING FORWARD TO 7 MORE ! Its been good for keeping them fit and active.

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