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Buying a trampoline 180 cm? What do I need to pay attention to?
When buying a trampoline, even if it’s as small as a 180 cm trampoline, there are a number of things you need to look at before you decide to purchase.
For example, it is important to look at the thickness of the protective trampoline safety zone. A protective trampoline safety pad consists of PVC and foam. The thickness of both the PVC and the foam gives a good indication of the quality of the trampoline safety pads. The rule of thumb that is often used is: the thicker the PVC, the better and longer the safety pads will last. This rule does not apply to foam, however. The structure of the foam determines whether it will pulverize over the years or remain solid. In addition, the thickness of the foam indicates the height to which the fall will be cushioned. In this case, choose safe and go for a surround with a minimum foam thickness of 25 mm. Edges with thinner foam are of such low quality that a big fall will not be sufficiently cushioned.
Buying a trampoline 06ft with a safety net? Go for safety.
For a long time, stand-up trampolines may not be sold without a trampoline safety net. This measure was introduced to ensure that both large trampolines and small trampolines are safe to jump on. For inground trampolines, these changes haven’t been implemented yet, but they are coming. Do you want to go for safety? Choose a trampoline 06ft with enclosure. All Etan trampoline safety nets are thoroughly tested and approved before production. The Etan Hi-Flyer 06ft / 183 cm green nets are tested to 250 kg, so you can jump with confidence.
Trampoline 06ft, or maybe one size bigger?
The 06ft trampoline is the smallest trampoline in Etan’s product range. Are you still doubting whether you want to go for a 06ft trampoline or a 08ft trampoline? Do you have space? Then go for a bigger size. Jumpers will enjoy it longer and can jump higher. Both the stand-up and the inground trampolines are available as a trampoline with enclosure.