Etan QuickSprings, what are the differences with Etan Premium quality springs?
Are you a serious trampoline jumper and do you want extra powerful jumps to practice your cool tricks? Then the Etan QuickSprings are something for you! These trampoline springs
are made of zinc-containing spring steel. This means the zinc is already processed in the steel, making rusting impossible. In addition, the springs are extra tightly twisted together. This ensures that the springs fold back more quickly at the moment that you pop them out with a jump. The result is a faster, tighter, and shorter jump.
Both Etan Premium quality springs
and Etan QuickSprings are made of zinc-containing steel. This means the zinc is already in the steel, making rusting impossible.
An extra advantage of Etan QuickSprings is that the springs are twisted extra tight. This ensures that the springs fold back faster the moment you unfold them with a jump. This results in a faster, tighter and shorter jump. Making cool tricks, somersaults or screws are therefore perfectly possible when using these springs.
Etan QuickSprings, also suitable for an Etan Premium trampoline?
The Etan QuickSprings are suitable for almost every type of trampoline. Besides the fact that these trampoline springs
come standard with our Etan UltraFlats
, they are also suitable for our Etan Hi-Flyer
and Etan Premium
trampolines. These trampoline springs are also very suitable for other brands. Please note: the previously used trampoline springs should be 18 cm or 22 cm long.
Etan QuickSprings, should I use them if I'm a serious jumper?
If you're not a serious jumper and don't do the cool tricks on the trampoline, the Etan QuickSprings aren't quite right for you. Although the Etan QuickSprings are always good replacement springs, if you want to jump a bit calmer, you'd better choose our Etan Premium quality springs.
Frequently asked questions about
Etan QuickSprings trampoline springs