FLATGROUND TRAMPOLINE

The Flatground trampoline, also known as a ground-level trampoline, flat to a ground trampoline or UltraFlat trampoline. Many names for the same trampoline. It’s all about a level trampoline which is placed in the ground.

These trampolines are available at Etan trampolines as the Etan UltraFlat version, the trampoline for the serious jumper, or the Etan PremiumFlat trampoline, the ground-level trampoline, perfect for the whole childhood.

  • Etan UltraFlat trampoline square 198 x 198 cm black

    999,00
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  • Etan UltraFlat trampoline rectangular 198 x 294 cm black

    1.299,00
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  • Etan UltraFlat trampoline square 294 x 294 cm black

    1.499,00
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  • Etan UltraFlat trampoline rectangular 294 x 366 cm black

    1.699,00
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  • Etan UltraFlat trampoline square 366 x 366 cm black

    1.899,00
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  • Etan UltraFlat trampoline rectangular 366 x 414 cm black

    2.199,00
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Flatground trampoline, what should you pay attention to?

A trampoline is a trampoline, right? These are easy to order, right? Absolutely, they are easy to order. However, it’s essential that you take a good look at the dimensions, space, safety instructions, and such to make sure you choose the right model. This is especially important in the case of a flatground trampoline. As it happens, a flatground trampoline is the same as an Etan UltraFlat trampoline, a trampoline that is buried on the ground. You shouldn’t confuse these trampolines with inground trampolines. Inground trampolines are namely trampolines that are placed in a pit. UltraFlat trampolines are placed in the pit. Where you only have to dig a bowl-shaped pit for inground trampolines, a Flatground trampoline first requires digging a pit the size of the trampoline. By doing this, you dig in the complete frame. To prevent the risk of collapsing, you need to attach a wall system to the frame of the trampoline. But that’s not all. Next, you still have to dig the bowl-shaped pit underneath the trampoline. Therefore, keep in mind that you will need to remove a much larger amount of sand from the pit in case of a flatground trampoline. With both types of trampolines, digging in is a big job, but the trampoline will look great no matter what.

Flatground trampoline, with or without a safety net?

A flatground trampoline is fully inground. For that reason, many people choose not to order a trampoline safety net. However, that doesn’t mean it’s not necessary at all. A safety net ensures that if you lose control over a jump, you’ll always be caught. After all, you can just as easily lose control when jumping on a trampoline buried at ground level. The safety net for the Etan PremiumFlat trampoline is easy to attach by sticking the poles through the edge into the supports. With the click system, you can easily disconnect them when you want to remove or store the safety net. Did you know you can also place a border of bark around your trampoline instead of a safety net? Keep a depth of 20cm and a width of 60cm around the trampoline.

Of course, this doesn’t mean you have to order the safety net with your trampoline right away. This can always be ordered afterward. Do you have any further questions? Then get in touch with the customer service.

Would you rather have an in-ground trampoline? Check out these popular sizes: inground trampoline 08ft, inground trampoline 10ft, and inground trampoline 12ft.

Frequently asked questions about

Flatground trampolines

The difference between a flatground trampoline and an in-ground trampoline is rather simple. A flatground trampoline is fully dug in at ground level, while an in-ground trampoline sticks out about 30 centimeters above ground level. Both have their own advantages. For example, with a flatground trampoline it's nice that you don't have to take into account a step-up or step-down. With an inground trampoline, it's ideal that children can't get on the trampoline with bicycles or other attributes just like that.
Flatground trampolines are placed in the pit. Where you only have to dig a bowl-shaped pit for in-ground trampolines, a flatground trampoline first requires digging a pit the size of the trampoline. By doing so, you dig in the complete trampoline frame. To prevent the risk of collapsing, you need to attach a wall system to the frame of the trampoline. But that's not all. Next, you still need to dig the bowl-shaped pit underneath the trampoline. Therefore, keep in mind that you will need to remove a much larger amount of sand from the pit in case of a flatground trampoline. With both types of trampolines, digging in is a big job, but the trampoline will look great no matter what.
At Etan Trampolines, we offer a service that is perfect for families who don't have the time and/or inclination to dig up the trampoline themselves - namely the Etan Digging Service. This service is available throughout the Netherlands, Flanders, and some parts of Germany. There's even an A to Z package, in which all the excavated sand is removed. This way, you're not left with a big pile of sand in your garden and the trampoline is ready to use straight away, without you having to think about other things. More information about this service can be found here.