PROMO CODE! Use code SpringInto150YYZ1 to receive a FREE tgoma unit (value of $349) with the purchase of ANY trampoline!
To say my boys love our Springfree Trampoline is an understatement. Where else can they let loose, shake off excess energy, enjoy a fun jumping experience and… become Spider-Man?
There’s no limit where their imaginations will take them.
Now I’ll be honest; when I told my mom that we were getting a trampoline for the kids, her first question was, “But are they safe?” I think that most people associate trampolines with all sorts of heinous injuries, and the thing is, they’re not incorrect. Each year more than 105,000 kids are sent to the hospital because of traditional trampolines – and that’s just in the USA. Repeat after me: not all trampolines are created equal.
So what should you look for when buying a trampoline?
1. Check out the safety features. I’ll save you a few minutes of reading and get right to the point: Springfree is the world’s safest trampoline. In fact, the trampoline’s springless patented design has not only changed the way trampolines work, but eliminated the impact areas that cause 90% of all product-related trampolines injuries. Springfree Trampoline uses flexible composite rods that lie beneath the jumping surface out of harm’s way, and the frame is well beneath the jumping surface, so kids will never accidentally make contact while jumping.
2. Ensure the trampoline is enclosed. This is a no-brainer; enclosed trampolines prevent bounce-off injuries and encourage “one at a time” play. Springfree Trampoline’s FlexiNet enclosure has flexible net rods that cushion jumpers while protecting from falls. (Most trampoline enclosures are made from a rigid net and are held up by steel poles. Ouch! Sorry, but that sounds just as scary as no enclosure.)
3. Be prepared to play it safe. Look, I know you’ve seen photos of a gaggle of kids merrily bouncing away on a trampoline. If the thought of play dates and parties chez vous have you excited about your purchase, I urge you to consider the following safety recommendations: only one person enjoying the trampoline at a time, ages six and up. We’ve been adhering to this guideline and that gives me peace of mind while the boys are playing outside.
Do you have questions about trampoline safety? Visit springfreetrampoline.ca for more information on what makes Springfree Trampolines the safest in the world. If you’re ready to purchase your very own, be sure to use code SpringInto150YYZ1 to receive a FREE tgoma unit (value of $349) with the purchase of ANY trampoline!
This post is sponsored by Springfree Trampoline. The opinions on this blog, as always, are my own.
Making sure the trampoline is enclosed is so important.
When I was growing up my neighbours had a trampoline and their yard was the most popular all summer!
Trampolines are a total blast. Great way to keep active.
Great tips! I’d love to have a trampoline at home to help me stay active and have fun.
It’s a lot of fun and activity for kids to have a trampoline in their backyard as long as the safety rules are adhered to both by parents and kids.
Have you tried it yourself Lena? Many adults seems to enjoy it as well .
I justed tried to use the promo code for the free tgoma and I even called they said there is no such offer going on with the purchase of a trampoline. Do you know of another code or deal?
Hi Noelle – let me get to the bottom of this for you! I apologize for the inconvenience.
A springfree trampoline seems to be the safest to me. I’ve read a lot recently about children who’ve been injured, some badly on trampolines – that’s so sad.
I’ve just entered a contest to win one of these for my grandchildren,(again), I have my fingers crossed. :-)
Debbie White Beattie
Trampolines are so much fun plus they give kids some much needed exercise
Looks like a lot of fun! (and safe too)
A trampoline is such a fun thing. For me a huge one is ensuring the trampoline is enclosed.
Lots of old trampolines are unsafe, this one looks better