Etan Premium in-ground trampoline with enclosure 12ft / 366 cm – green

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Description

Etan Premium Gold 12ft In-ground Trampoline with enclosure – green. Looking for a safe trampoline for your children? This Inground Etan Premium Gold 12 ft trampoline comes with a safety net. Optimum safety is ensured by the 1,2 inch thick safety pad with innersleeve, the safety net and the height of 7,9 inches above the ground.

Because of this height, the little ones can not just crawl or cycle on the trampoline. Because the trampoline is dug in, you also limit the fall height for the trampoline user and the net ensures that you can never end up next to the trampoline after a bad jump. Making this Inground trampoline from Etan Premium a safe choice.

Additional information

Weight 96 kg
Dimensions 148 × 59 × 64 cm
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Digging instructions

How should you dig in your trampoline? We are happy to explain this to you! Click on the button below.

Trampoline comparison

Trampoline Etan Hi-Flyer Etan Premium Etan UltraFlat
Available as
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In-ground: the trampoline frame is placed on the edge of the dugout. UltraFlat: the trampoline is buried completely at ground level.
Available shapes
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Trampolines are available in different shapes. Round trampolines have a central jumping point which allows you to jump smoothly. When you jump with rectangular trampolines on one side, you get a ‘launching effect’ through the span of the spring, which allows you to do cool tricks. In the end, it comes down to personal preference. Both shapes promise optimal jumping fun! 
Round and rectangular Round and rectangular Rectangular and squared
Available sizes
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Trampolines are available in many different sizes. Originally, trampolines come from America, which is why these sizes are often indicated as English ft. sizes. 
06ft/ 08ft / 10ft / 12ft / 14ft
281 x 201 cm / 310 x 232 cm
08ft / 10ft / 12ft / 14ft
281 x 201 cm / 310 x 232 cm /
380 x 275 cm
198 x 198 cm / 294 x 294 cm /
366 x 366 cm / 198 x 294 cm /
294 x 366 cm / 366 x 414 cm
Price range
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The price of trampolines almost always reflects their quality, but not always! To determine the quality of a trampoline, more aspects play a role. Take a look at quality and find out.
€349 – €649 €599 – €1349 €999 – €2199
Production location
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European materials are generally tested to higher standards and are of higher quality than comparable materials of Asian origin.
Asia Europe Europe
Quality
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The quality of the trampoline is determined based on a lot of specifications, among which; production location, jumping comfort, safety aspects and quality of the materials. The higher the quality, the higher the life span of the trampoline. That’s why we always advise to invest in a trampoline to be able to jump the whole childhood with peace of mind.
Jumping comfort
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Jumping comfort depends very much on the jumper. Every jumper likes to jump in a different way. All Etan trampolines are tested for optimal jumping comfort. The Etan Hi-Flyer jumps smoothly and is perfect for young jumpers. The Etan Premium jumps a bit harder and is therefore suitable for all ages. Finally, the Etan UltraFlat jumps hard and tight. A perfect jump for tricks and a more serious jumper.
Good Great Excellent
Colour
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The colour of the trampoline is, of course, entirely based on personal preference. Yet, we often see that the green colour is chosen for a more natural garden and the anthracite grey colour in a modern garden with a lot of stone. We leave the choice up to you!
 

Trampoline padding

Material padding
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PVC stands for Polyvinyl Chloride and is the material from which the outside of a trampoline padding is made. Chinese PVC is of a lower quality than German PVC. This is measured by the density of the material and the weight. The German PVC used for the Etan Premium and Etan UltraFlat trampolines is 630 grams. Very strong!
Chinese PVC 630 grams German PVC 630 grams German PVC
Width x thickness foam (mm)
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The width and especially the thickness of the foam is essential to be able to absorb every fall. That is why we always recommend a padding with a thickness of at least 30 mm. The quality of the foam determines how safe the padding is and how long it will last.
300 x 30 340 x 30 340 x 30
Innersleeve
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An innersleeve is a PVC pad that is stitched onto the inside of the trampoline jumping mat. The innersleeve ensures that the trampoline jumping mat and protective foam border run into each other almost seamlessly. In this way, the hands and feet of the jumper can hardly reach the springs.
No Yes Yes
 

Trampoline jumping mat

Material jumping mat
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Jumping mats are made of PE, polythene. PE is a plastic that is easy to manufacture. You have PE from Asian soil and PE from European soil. PE from Europe is often purchased under the name Permatron. This is a high quality PE and has a considerably longer life span than Asian PE. In addition, Permatron has a UV-resistant layer that reduces damage from the sun.
Chinese PE Permatron PVC
Diamond System
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All Etan Premium and Etan UltraFlat trampoline jumping mats feature Etan’s unique Diamond System. This Diamond System replaces the traditional iron triangle for a synthetic triangle with alternating oval and round openings. This way, half of the springs are activated first and the other half is activated in a fraction of a second. This allows both young and old to jump smoothly.
No Yes Yes
Flap over springs
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All Etan Premium and Etan UltraFlat trampoline jumping mats have a PE flap over the springs. This flap ensures that the springs are covered and cannot be reached during jumping.
No Yes Yes
Material triangle
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Triangles are the triangular links with which the trampoline springs are attached to the trampoline jumping mat. Iron triangles have a tendency to rust due to various weather conditions. Plastic triangles, on the other hand, are frost-, rust-, and weatherproof.
Steel Plastic Plastic
 

Trampoline safety enclosure

Connection net
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The trampoline safety net can be connected to the trampoline on the inside of the trampoline safety pads or on the outside. The inside ensures a well-enclosed jumping surface. When the safety net is attached to the outside, you have a larger jumping surface and the safety border retains its function.
Inside of the padding Outside the padding N/a
Opening
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All Etan Hi-Flyer nets have a zipper closure to open and close the net. The Etan Preium safety nets have a wood and rope closing system.
Zipper Rope N/a
Material of posts
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The material that surrounds the steel poles and the foam is PVC. This material is the same material that the trampoline safety pads are made of.
PVC German PVC N/a
 

Trampoline springs

Material springs
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Trampoline springs are made of steel. Steel can rust if not treated properly. The springs of the Etan Hi-Flyer are coated in a bath of zinc. The springs of Etan Premium and the QuickSpring springs of the Etan UltraFlat have zinc in the steel. So there’s no way they can rust.
Zinc-coated springs Zinc-impregnated springs Zinc-impregnated springs
Lenth springs
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Longer trampoline springs mean a deeper, longer and bigger jump. This makes the jump smoother and easier to control. Short springs, on the other hand, mean shorter and tighter jumps.
17,5 cm 18 – 22 cm 18 – 22 cm
Type of springs
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The type of steel used determines the strength of the springs. In addition, the way and how tightly the springs are compressed determines the power and speed of the jump. The Etan Hi-Flyer springs are smoothly twisted springs. The Etan Premium springs are twisted a bit tighter, which you notice during the jump. Finally, there are the Etan QuickSpring springs. These springs are known for their extremely quick return. This means you get a fast jump with a lot of power. Perfect for tricks and jumps.
Etan Hi-Flyer springs Dutch Etan Premium springs Etan QuickSpring springs
 

Trampoline frame

Material frame
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The Etan Premium and Etan UltraFlat are made of galvanised steel, just like the Etan Hi-Flyer. Galvanisation ensures that the steel doesn’t rust.
Galvanised steel Galvanised steel from Italy Galvanised steel from Italy
Thickness frame
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A thicker frame means a sturdier construction and therefore a longer life.
Ø45 x 1,5 Ø48 x 1,8 50 x 3 squared tubular frame
 

Garantie

Frame 8 years 15 years Lifetime*
Padding 2 years 5 years 5 years
Jumping mat 2 years 5 years 6 years
Spring 2 years 15 years 15 years
Safety net (steel / other materials) 3 years / 2 years 5 years / 3 years N/a