Buying a trampoline? This trampoline suits you!
Do you want to buy a trampoline but you are not sure which one suits you best? The Etan Hi-Flyer, Etan Premium or perhaps the Etan Master? And in which shape? Which trampoline is best for you depends on a certain number of factors: the size of your garden, the usage of the trampoline and your budget.
Buy a squared trampoline?
Buying a squared trampoline (also known as a rectangular trampoline) is ideal if you have a smaller garden. Because it’s easily placed in a corner, a rectangular trampoline like the Etan Premium trampoline uses less space. If you want a sleek garden look or if you don’t you want a standing model, you can choose for an inground model.
Buy an inground trampoline?
Buying an inground trampoline has its advantages. The appearance of the garden won’t be harmed, a safety net is (not yet) obligated, and children learn faster to control their jumps without a safety net. One of the disadvantages of an inground trampoline is that it cannot be moved easily and the hole has got to be filled if you dismount the trampoline. Nevertheless, an inground trampoline will provide years of fun!
Buy a small trampoline?
No, a smaller trampoline doesn’t automatically mean a squared or inground trampoline. There are also round trampolines available in a smaller size. The Etan Hi-Flyer models start at a diameter of 183 cm. Although it could be a solution for a smaller garden, we still recommend you to consider a bigger trampoline. Children easily pick up the moves and when they start making trickier jumps, a bigger trampoline is much more enjoyable.
Buy the best trampoline?
The best trampoline is different for everybody. If you have a larger budget and you want to make serious jumps, you could choose for an Etan Premium trampoline. Trampolining is a competitive sport and ideal for gymnastics. Children are exercising more, improving their motoric development and best of all, they really enjoy it!