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Inground trampoline 12ft, what about jumping comfort?
To be able to give a good answer to the question above, it’s important to know how jumping comfort is determined for trampolines. First of all, the difference between round and rectangular trampolines. Where a round trampoline has a central jumping point, a rectangular trampoline doesn’t. An in-ground trampoline 12ft has all springs aimed at one point. Namely the center of the trampoline. This point ensures the smoothest and most controlled jumps. This way of jumping is often experienced as pleasant by children and adults who, in short, want to jump finely. A rectangular trampoline, on the other hand, has no central jumping point. The trampoline springs on one side of the trampoline have to work harder than the other side at the moment you jump. This gives you a ‘launching effect’. There is a reason why the trampolines at the Olympic Games are rectangular. This way of jumping is often enjoyed by gymnasts and free jumpers.
An in-ground trampoline 12ft, which trampoline is the best?
As explained above, how jumping comfort is determined, another important factor is the trampoline springs. Trampoline springs come in different shapes and sizes. To get a good picture of this, we’d like to explain which trampoline types are available at Etan trampolines. Etan trampolines have two lines of trampolines, the Etan Hi-Flyer and the Etan Premium. The Etan Hi-Flyer trampoline springs are 17,5 cm long and coated in a zinc bath. A fine spring for a great jump. The Etan Premium trampoline springs, on the other hand, vary between 18 and 22 cm, depending on the size of the trampoline. The Premium springs are not coated in zinc but have zinc incorporated in the steel. The advantage of this is that the spring cannot rust, because the zinc coating cannot peel off. The zinc springs in combination with the Diamond system of the Etan Premium trampolines ensures a controlled and smooth jump for both light and heavier jumpers.
Inground trampoline 12ft, what should I look for?
Finally, when choosing your inground trampoline 12ft, you should pay attention to the supplied trampoline safety pads. Because you want an inground trampoline, air circulation of the trampoline is of great importance. The in-ground trampoline pads are often finished off to the ground, so the frame is covered and there’s no hole to be seen underneath your trampoline. Because of this, the space underneath the trampoline is closed off, so the air, which is pushed away during jumping, can’t leave. That’s why it is of great importance that the trampoline safety pads have a mesh finishing or mesh holes in the pads. These mesh holes make sure there is a smooth airflow.
Now you know about the three important things you need to know when picking an inground trampoline 12ft. You’re not looking for an inground trampoline, but for a safety pad? Go to trampoline safety pad 12ft.