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Trampoline big, how big should my trampoline be for a salto?
Trampolines come in big and small sizes. From round to rectangular trampolines, you can’t think of it these days and the trampoline is there. To make it as easy as possible for you, here’s the list of large trampolines, trampolines xl at Etan Trampolines. At Etan Trampolines, we have large round trampolines as Etan Hi-Flyer and Etan Premium models.
How big your trampoline depends entirely on the space you have in your garden. But do you want to go a step further than just jumping? Then it’s important to know when your trampoline with net can be used to do saltos. At Etan Trampolines, we always recommend a 10ft or 305cm trampoline as a minimum size if you want to do somersaults on it. Do you really want the space? Choose a 12ft trampoline or 14ft trampoline to do your tricks on. Since these trampolines belong to the category trampoline xl, it’s important to look for a trampoline type that has tight springs. With these large trampolines, it often happens that you have a slow jump because of the size of the trampoline. The tighter trampoline springs ensure that the jump is quicker, so you can better practice tricks.
Trampoline XL, also available with a trampoline safety net?
Both the inground trampolines and the stand-up trampolines are available with safety netting. Both the Etan Hi-Flyer and the Etan Premium range are available with a trampoline safety net. Attention: the Etan Hi-Flyer models have an internal safety net. What’s an internal safety net, I hear you thinking? An internal safety net is attached to the inside of the trampoline safety pad. Because the net is attached to the trampoline jumping mat, an enclosed space is created where the hands and feet of the jumpers have no way of reaching the springs.
The Etan Premium trampolines have an external trampoline safety net that is attached to the trampoline safety pad and the springs. This way, you increase the jumping surface and offer the jumpers the possibility to rest on the trampoline safety net.
Trampoline large? Or rather small trampoline?
There’s a myth with trampolines that a large trampoline always jumps better than a small one. However, this is not always true. How a trampoline jumps depends on a lot of factors. The steel of the springs, the strength of the springs, and the material of the jumping mat are a number of these factors. That’s why you should always test a trampoline first before choosing the one you want. Sometimes a small trampoline can still surprise you. A popular, small trampoline size is the 08ft trampoline.