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Etan Hi-Flyer in-ground trampoline with enclosure 1075ft / 310 x 232 – green

525,00

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Description

A good trampoline, for a better price

The Etan Hi-Flyer inground trampoline 310 x 232 cm combi in the color green is the largest rectangular trampoline within the Etan Hi-Flyer range. With its small size, this trampoline fits in almost any garden. Because of its green color, this Etan 1075 trampoline completely blends in with your garden and creates a very neat look.

This popular Etan 1075 inground trampoline ensures years of fun for both young and old. An inground trampoline is placed on the sidewall after digging the pit. This way, the trampoline protrudes approximately 23cm above the ground. The safety net ensures that the children can’t fall on the hard ground next to the trampoline. Are you ready to jump for hours on your new Etan Hi-Flyer trampoline? Take off your shoes and experience it today!

Etan Hi-Flyer in-ground trampoline with enclosure 1075ft / 310 x 232 – green

A trampoline safety pad that covers the springs

The trampoline safety pad is the part that ensures that the springs are covered at all times when jumping. Because this trampoline safety pad is made of PVC, it stays nice and doesn’t tear easily. In addition, the safety pad has a thickness of 3cm, which is very thick for this price category. The Etan Hi-Flyer trampoline safety pads come with a 2-year guarantee. A long time to come!

The Etan Hi-Flyer inground trampoline pad has mesh holes at the bottom of the pad. This ensures an optimal airflow during jumping. In addition, these surrounds have holes in the rim. In these holes, the safety net poles are inserted to attach the trampoline safety net.

Conical steel springs with a zinc coating

The Etan Hi-Flyer trampoline springs are made of sturdy steel and are immersed in a bath of zinc. This zinc coating ensures that the steel springs won’t rust. The steel of the trampoline can be exposed to moisture and frost, despite being covered by the trampoline safety pads and the trampoline jumping mat.

The length of the Etan Hi-Flyer springs is 17,5 cm and they have both a short and a long hook. The short hook goes on the triangle and the long hook is mounted in the frame. Of course, the separate trampoline parts are also available separately.

Etan Hi-Flyer in-ground trampoline with enclosure 1075ft / 310 x 232 – green
Etan Hi-Flyer in-ground trampoline with enclosure 1075ft / 310 x 232 – green

An internal trampoline safety net for every fall

The safety nets for Etan Hi-Flyer trampolines are attached to the outside of the trampoline jumping mat and then pushed over the safety net posts. In addition, the trampoline safety nets are made to measure to fit the trampoline in question. So every jumper is safe from any fall.

There is an extra flap on the bottom of the safety net. This flap is also on the top side of the trampoline jumping mat. These are attached to each other with a supplied lace. This seamlessly connects the jumping mat and the safety net. This way, the child’s hands and feet can’t reach the trampoline springs and accidents don’t happen. Safety always comes first, of course.

Additional information

Weight 64 kg
Dimensions 162 × 57 × 58 cm
Number of springs

58

Recommended age

3

Size of the hole to be excavated (cm)

260 x 180 x 70 cm

Diameter tube

Ø 45 x 1,5

Warranty on other parts

2 years

Warranty safety pads

2 years

Jumping mat warranty

2 years

Warranty trampoline frame

at registration 8 years, otherwise 5

Made in

Asia

Estimated installation time

60

Length of springs (mm)

175

Trampoline size

310 x 232 cm

Number of pegs

6

Safety pad material

PVC / PE

Jumping mat material

Permatron

Maximum user weight (kg)

100

Brand

Etan Hi-Flyer

Model

In-ground

Trampoline shape

rectangular

Filling safety pad

EPE foam

Size of cushion

310 x 232 cm

Frame material

Galvanized steel

Width and thickness safety pad

300 x 30 cm

Colour

Green

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Manual

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