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Trampolines 08ft are perfect for the littlest jumpers, who will be jumping happily for years to come. At Etan Trampolines, trampolines 08ft are available as both Etan Hi-Flyer and Etan Premium models. The 244 cm trampoline is a commonly found and very popular size in Dutch gardens. These 244 cm trampolines are often called 8ft trampolines. These trampolines are perfect for the somewhat smaller gardens because this size trampoline simply doesn’t take up much space.
Want to go for an extra safe option on which your littlest can jump in peace? Then choose an Etan Premium trampoline with net deluxe. These models have curved safety net poles with considerably thick foam. Do you want a size smaller or just bigger? Check out the trampoline 06ft and trampoline 10ft. If you want an even bigger trampoline, check out the trampoline 12ft. Looking for the right safety pads? Go to trampoline safety pads 08ft. Does a round trampoline take up too much space? Go for a rectangular small trampoline. Or view all trampolines and use the filter to personalise our offer.
There are various reasons why you could opt for a 08ft trampoline. Apart from the fact that it will fit in almost any garden, this trampoline is also extremely suitable for smaller jumpers. Because these 08ft trampolines have fewer trampoline springs, it’s easier for children with lower body weight to jump higher. In addition, our Etan Premium models have the Etan Diamond System. This system makes sure every jumper, regardless of body weight, can jump smoothly. Curious how this works? Then read the blog post; everything you need to know about the Etan Premium trampoline.
Just like all other trampoline sizes, the 08ft trampolines are available as an inground trampoline. An in-ground trampoline needs to be dug in to be able to use it properly. You do this by digging a bowl-shaped pit on the spot where you want your trampoline. For example, you need to do this for a 08ft trampoline with the following dimensions. 55cm deep and 210 wide. The trampoline is placed on the edges of the pit. Make sure you don’t let the walls go down too steeply to prevent the pit from collapsing. When you have dug the pit, make sure you compact it well.