Trampoline Buying Guide
Deciding which trampoline is right for you will depend on a number of things including your childs age & the size of your garden. We've split it out for you to make it super easy to decide which trampoline is right for you.
It's important to look after your trampoline as the British weather can often damage the canvas. That's why we recommend you have both a trampoline cover & an anchor kit. The cover will protect the surface from rain & snow, while the anchor kit keeps the trampoline firmly in the ground. This will ensure it doesn't move around from the wind, or any over exuberant bouncing.Trampoline AccessoriesShop Now
A trampoline is measure by the size of it's steel frame, as opposed to the jumping surface. To find the diameter of your trampoline, measure from the outer edge of the steel frame all the way across to the outer edge on the other side.
If you want to measure height there are two different ways to measure this. You can measure from the base up to the steel frame surrounding the mat. This will give you your 'height to mat'. If you want the full height of the trampoline, you need to measure from the base to the top of the surrounding enclosure which rises above the trampoline base.
All of these measurements are viewable under 'specifications' on each trampoline product page.