Shopping for a trampoline can be overwhelming if this is the first time you shopped for one.
There are a few things that you should consider when shopping for a trampoline like how many people (children and the occasional adult) will be using the trampoline. How much space do you have for the trampoline? Of you want to choose an option that is built to last.
There are some excellent choices available, but the Springfree 10Ft Trampoline-R79 Medium Round with FlexrHoop and FlexrStep is the safest trampoline on the market.
One of my biggest concerns about the other trampolines that I saw was the springs. I was afraid that little fingers could easily get caught in the springs. Instead of springs the Springfree 10Ft Trampoline-R79 with FlexrHoop and FlexrStep uses a patented rod system. It is a far safer option than traditional spring trampolines
The size of these trampoline range. There are a few options to choose from. The specific one I am reviewing is the 10-foot Springfree trampoline. There are other sizes to choose from, such as the 8ft, 11ft, and the 13ft. Now, remember when you choose the size, the jumping surface will not be as big as the size you pick out. A ten-foot trampoline will not have a ten-foot jumping surface. It will have slightly less.
The frame and the entirety of the trampoline weigh a lot. This is not a cheap flimsy trampoline. You are dealing with a heavy-duty trampoline that can hold a lot of weight. The netting is made from a strong tear-resistant material. This net will hold up a long time, even during harsh outside weather elements.
All the poles are made from a flexible material. They use the same type of metal in space, actually. That’s how you know you have a high-quality product.
The weight limit on the 10-foot springfree trampoline is 220 pounds. This is a significant amount of weight. Multiple children can play on this trampoline all at the same time. Even teenagers or maybe a young child and one adult can jump on this trampoline together without exceeding the weight limit.
What are Springfree Trampolines Made Off?
Trampolines that don’t use spring usually use other materials such as a mixture of plastic, rubber, and some metal here and there. The rest of the trampoline is made the exact same with strong galvanized steel. The use the same type of materials to make the mat and the mat coverings.
Are Springfree Trampolines just as Bouncy as a Regular Round Trampoline?
Yes, Springfree Trampolines are bouncier than a regular trampoline. It is hard to tell right off the back, but it is bouncier. Springs wear out over time, but the material that the Springfree trampolines use don’t wear much overtime. The bounce will stay and make you bounce and jump higher than a regular trampoline.
Double Galvanized Steel Construction
Another big selling point for me was the double galvanized steel construction. You can leave this trampoline out year round, and it will hold up to the elements. This is a great feature since other models have to be dismantled every winter and stored until the weather improves. It can be a total hassle to have to break down a trampoline and reassemble it.
Features and Specifications
This trampoline offers a full range of features that are hard to find on other models:
- A generous ten ft. Mat that gives you the jumping surface of a traditional 12 ft. round mat with springs
- Holds up to 250 pounds per jumper
- Stay put safety net
- FlexrHoop basketball hoop
- FlexrStep ladder
- Springless construction
- Frame is tucked away under the mat out of the way
- Soft edge mat
Customer Reviews and Scores
One of the highest rated features of this trampoline by most reviewers is the high-quality construction.
Quality construction plays a big role in the longevity of the trampoline and the safety of the trampoline.
Of course, there is always a downside to every product and the Springfree 10Ft Trampoline-R79 Medium Round with FlexrHoop and FlexrStep has been rated as difficult to assemble by a few reviewers. The difficulty in assembling the product could be relative to the assembler’s ability.
Putting together the Springfree R79 is a two person job so that too may have impacted any negative comments about the assembly is probably if someone was trying to put it together on their own.
In addition to assembly, the SpringFree trampoline (world’s safest) comes with a premium price tag. That said, I would confidently recommend this trampoline to anyone.
Is the Springfree Trampoline Tough to Assemble?
Yes, Springfree trampolines are definitely harder to set up than a traditional trampoline. It is definitely easier when you have someone helping you set it up. Don’t get upset because this is truly the safest and one of the best trampolines on the market.
Maybe this video can help you set up your new Springfree 10ft trampoline.
The springfree construction of the SpringFree R79 makes this an overall great choice. This trampoline fits nicely in smaller yards, and you do not have to give up any of the full-size fun. A great choice.