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Inground trampoline 10ft, is that a level trampoline?
The answer to that question is ‘no’. The difference between inground trampolines and UltraFlat trampolines is small but can cause confusion. An in-ground trampoline 10ft has a modified trampoline frame which ensures that it can remain firmly on the side of the dug pit. It is then anchored in the ground with ground pegs. The advantage of this type of trampoline is that it; 1 does not need to be sold with a trampoline safety net, 2 has a low height of fall of only 23 cm, and finally; 3 is seen as an obstacle by children, which prevents them from ending up on the trampoline unintentionally. An UltraFlat trampoline, on the contrary, is buried at ground level. The ground is then level with the trampoline. Only the trampoline protective ring lies a number of centimeters above the ground. This is because it lies on top of the trampoline. An UltraFlat trampoline needs to be inground in a special way. In the case of a 10ft inground trampoline, you have to dig a bowl-shaped pit. With an UltraFlat trampoline, you first need to build a wall system that strengthens the trampoline and prevents the pit from collapsing. Next, you have to dig a bowl-shaped pit underneath the wall system. It is therefore essential that you know the amount of sand that needs to be removed from the pit.
Inground trampoline 10ft, why not a size bigger or smaller?
In the Netherlands, the inground trampoline 10ft is by far the most popular size. But why is that? Dutch gardens are generally a lot smaller than the gardens of neighboring countries. Even newly built gardens are often not very large. This ensures that the larger sizes, like the inground trampoline 12ft and inground trampoline 14ft, simply don’t fit our gardens. For that reason, the 10ft inground trampolines and 08ft inground trampolines are very popular. And that’s not all. Next to these accessible sizes of round trampolines, there’s an enormous growth towards rectangular trampolines. These trampolines are even easier to place in a smaller garden.