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Inground trampoline 08ft, what does this model imply?
When it comes to an inground trampoline 08ft, the idea is to dig it in. In the past, it often happened that people bought an inground trampoline and then completely dug it in. This meant, however, that a lot of sand had to be removed from the bare ground. Meanwhile, a solution has been found for this. The inground trampolines have a modified trampoline frame, which means that it is not placed in the hole, but on the side of the hole. Because of this, only a fraction of the amount needs to be removed from the hole.
Inground trampoline 08ft, dig in yourself.
Because these inground trampolines 08ft are so easy to dig in, almost all brands of trampolines that have inground versions, include a part in the manual which explains how to dig in. For example, for an Etan trampoline inground 244 cm, a hole needs to be dug of 210 cm wide and 55 cm deep. This can easily be done by two people for a 08ft inground trampoline.
Inground trampoline 08ft, with or without a safety net?
People often ask the question; “Should you buy an inground trampoline with a trampoline safety net?” the answer to this question is “no”, but for now. The European legislation concerning trampoline sales will soon make it compulsory to sell an inground trampoline 08ft without a safety net. This is because the fall height of these trampolines is a lot lower than that of the stand-up trampolines with enclosure. Mind you, this legislation is also going to change. It will soon become mandatory to sell inground trampolines with safety net. Do you still want to buy an inground trampoline without safety net? Be quick and make your move now.