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Postby Where'stheMistletoe » 28 Aug 2015, 20:56

We've decided we definitely want to get a trampoline. The plan being that it may tire them out and make them sleep better... :? And I quite like the idea of bouncing on them too :) .

Does anyone have any recommendations / tips? We are going to put it on a patio (on a rubber mat I think) as our grass is on quite a slope and have a fairly large space for it.
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Re: Trampolines

Postby Marrow » 28 Aug 2015, 20:59

We got one for C's birthday a month ago. To use in the glorious weather :? Our garden is terraced, so mostly flat, but we've had to dig the legs down a bit to get it properly level.

It's the 8' Vortigern one on Amazon, and it seems to do the job. But I don't know any better, really.
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Re: Trampolines

Postby difdif » 01 Sep 2015, 22:16

We have just got one and really like it. A pity autumn feels close already! I would go for the biggest you have space for. At least if you will allow more than one child on at a ttime. And they get quite good at jumping high quickly so will leave a bit more space for tricks later. We got >4m one but have a big garden now and no beds or plants yet!
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