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4 Best Medium Trampolines to Buy This Year | Springfree Trampoline  

Using our trampoline expertise, we've rounded up an unbiased list of the best medium-sized trampolines to buy this year. Read now to find the trampoline for you!

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4 Best Medium Trampolines to Buy This Year | Springfree Trampoline  

Looking for a medium trampoline to amplify your jumping experience?  

Then look no further: As resident trampoline experts at Springfree Trampoline, we have rounded up the four best medium-sized trampolines to buy this year based on our insight into the industry.  

Our list has two parts to it: The first part will cover two spring-based medium trampolines and the next part will cover two medium springless trampolines from our Springfree catalog.  

This list will give you an unbiased and honest perspective on four medium outdoor trampolines as you search for the right trampoline – let’s jump into it! 

Best Spring-Based Medium Trampolines  

The first part of this list will be dedicated to spring-based trampolines, or trampolines that use metal springs to provide the bounce.  

If you need further clarity on spring vs. springless trampolines, we have written a detailed article on the key differences between the two trampoline types! 

Check it out: Spring vs. Springless Trampolines—Which One Is Better? 

  1. Skywalker 12 ft Round Trampoline  

A child jumping on the Skywalker 12 ft Round Trampoline. 

Key Features: 

  • No-gap enclosure net helps to prevent contact with the springs. 

  • Trampoline frame is made of galvanized steel.  

  • Reinforced T-joint construction is used for extra frame stability.  

  • Padding covering the springs is UV-resistant (ultraviolet light from the sun is harmful to trampoline parts). 

  • Trampoline Weight Limit: 200 pounds (this is the maximum recommended user weight!) 

  • Trampoline Warranty: 3-year limited warranty on the trampoline’s frame and 1-year limited warranty on all other parts. 

  • Trampoline Cost: $299  

Pros of Skywalker’s 12 ft Round Trampoline  

  • Relatively affordable for a medium-sized trampoline.  

  • Takes some safety measures to protect jumpers from hitting the springs.   

  • Comparatively easy to assemble.  

Cons of Skywalker’s 12 ft Round Trampoline 

  • Low upfront cost and warranty hint that the trampoline may not last past 1-3 years without trampoline replacement part changes.   

  • Safety concerns: Metal static poles could cause injury to wayward jumpers and inexpensive net could cause a falling injury.  

  • Uses a basic design that could be considered mundane by some.  

  • Amount of jumping space is more like 10 ft than 12 ft because of the springs. 

Photo courtesy of Wayfair. 

  1. ACON Air 10 ft Round Trampoline  

The ACON Air 10 ft Round Trampoline on a white background. 

Key Features: 

  • Comes with galvanized X-Series Springs for bounce performance.   

  • Trampoline frame is black powder coated and galvanized to protect against rust.  

  • UV treatment for all padding. 

  • Nordic design with a two-tone appearance.  

  • Trampoline Weight Limit: 265 pounds. 

  • Trampoline Warranty: 10-year warranty on the frame, 5 years on the mat, 2 years on the safety padding and 2 years on the springs.

  • Trampoline Cost: $927 

Pros of ACON’s 10 ft Round Trampoline  

  • X-Series Springs have a good reputation for providing a solid bounce.  

  • Trampoline is quality-made, with adequate galvanization of the frame and UV-treated mat and padding.  

  • High trampoline weight limit for a medium trampoline. 

  • Solid warranty coverage on the frame and mat. 

Cons of ACON’s 10 ft Round Trampoline 

  • Springs are located inside the net – even though they are padded, it's a big safety concern.

  • Static metal poles could create a safety hazard for wayward jumpers.   

  • Jumping space is around 2 ft less than its 10 ft trampoline size because of the springs. 

Photo courtesy of Walmart. 

Best Springless Medium Trampolines  

Let’s now jump to the other type of trampoline, the springless trampolines from our Springfree catalog.  

Our Springless Trampolines use patented composite rods to provide the bounce, which eliminates spring-related injuries while maximizing jumping space.  

  1. Springfree 10 ft Medium Round Trampoline  

Kids playing on and around the Springfree Medium Round Trampoline. 

Key Features: 

  • Industry-leading trampoline safety features, including the use of mat rods instead of springs, a flexible net, a mat with no hard edges, a frame that cannot be hit by the jumpers and the use of enclosure rods instead of metal poles. 

  • Trampoline frame is galvanized with three layers of rust protection and all pertinent parts of the Trampoline are UV-treated. 

  • Provides 79 square ft of jumping space. 

  • Unique and aesthetically pleasing design that can be customized.  

  • Trampoline Weight Limit: 220 pounds. 

  • Trampoline Warranty: 10-year warranty on all parts of the Trampoline. 

  • Trampoline Cost: $1,499 

Pros of Springfree’s 10 ft Medium Round Trampoline  

  • Safety, quality and durability features add up to make the Springfree Trampoline the safest, highest-quality and longest-lasting trampoline on the market.  

  • Provides ample jumping space even though it is a medium trampoline. 

  • Best warranty coverage for a Trampoline. 

  • Trampoline’s design adds to a backyard’s visual appeal. 

Cons of Springfree’s 10 ft Medium Round Trampoline 

  • Could be too expensive for some budgets (trampoline financing is offered as an alternative). 

  • The Trampoline’s installation can be difficult for some.   

  1. Springfree Medium Oval Trampoline (8 ft x 11ft) 

A child playing with a ball on the Springfree Medium Oval Trampoline. 

Key Features: 

  • Industry-leading trampoline safety features, including  the use of mat rods instead of springs, a net that flexes when jumped into, a mat with no hard edges, a frame that cannot be hit by the jumpers and the use of enclosure rods instead of metal poles. 

  • Trampoline frame is galvanized with three layers of rust protection and all pertinent parts of the Trampoline are UV-treated – all factoring into it being the highest-quality trampoline on the market. 

  • Provides 77 square ft of jumping space. 

  • Unique and aesthetically pleasing design that can be customized.  

  • Trampoline Weight Limit: 220 pounds. 

  • Trampoline Warranty: 10-year warranty on all parts of the Trampoline. 

  • Trampoline Cost: $1,599 

Pros of Springfree’s Medium Oval Trampoline  

  • Trampoline’s features make it, objectively speaking, the safest, highest-quality and longest-lasting Trampoline you can buy. 

  • Provides ample jumping space even though it is a mid-sized trampoline.  

  • Best warranty coverage you can find for a Trampoline. 

  • Trampoline’s contemporary design adds to a backyard’s visual appeal. 

Cons of Springfree’s Medium Oval Trampoline 

  • Just like the previous Springfree model on this list, the Medium Oval Trampoline might be out-of-budget for some. 

  • Installation can be a pain point for some (professional trampoline installation is offered for $399). 

Which Medium Trampoline Is Right for You? 

There you have it, the four best medium-sized trampolines that stand out for various reasons. Let’s summarize each trampoline in a few words: 

  • Skywalker’s Medium Trampoline: Affordable, easy to assembly but lacks in safety, quality and design.  

  • ACON’s Medium Trampoline: Solid bounce, good quality but has noted safety concerns. 

  • Springfree’s Medium Trampolines: Safest, highest-quality and longest-lasting Trampolines you can buy, but their high upfront price and installation are cons to consider. 

Generally speaking, a medium size trampoline is a good fit for families that want something between a small trampoline and a large trampoline. Medium trampolines provide a “happy medium,” so to speak. 

Mid-sized trampolines are usually big enough to serve as a trampoline for adults too; however, you will need to adhere to the individual trampoline weight limit specified by the trampoline manufacturer.   

Our advice at Springfree Trampoline is to choose the trampoline that best aligns with your goals. How do you make your goals? Follow our “What to Look for When Buying a Trampoline (7 Things)” and evaluate which points are most important to you in a backyard trampoline! 

Want to See a Medium Trampoline in Your Yard Before Buying?  

It can be difficult to envision what a trampoline will actually look like in your backyard. Making sure a trampoline’s size safely fits into your yard is one of the major “to-dos” to check off your list before buying a trampoline. 

Our goal at Springfree Trampoline is to provide you with the resources you need before buying a trampoline, so you don’t make a purchase you regret later. 

If you want to see how a medium-sized trampoline looks in your yard before buying, we have a free Augmented Reality (AR) Tool that would be perfect for you. It takes three easy steps and all you have to do is use your phone (no app download required)! 

Check out our AR Tool to place a medium trampoline in your backyard and make sure its size fits at your home before committing!    

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