MANY high street stores and supermarkets such as John Lewis, Argos and Asda offer a range of trampolines – but there are certain models that stand out for a reason.
From a subtle sunken styles to super sturdy ones that come complete with safety nets, you want to invest in the trampoline that feels right for your family.
Whether your budget sits at a modest £100, or goes up to a whopping £1,000 – there’s a model available for everyone.
There are some small, lower trampolines for younger children if you have a toddler who wants to join in, and some gigantic ones for the grown-ups who still love to have fun.
High street favourite Argos has a large selection, from little to large and to suit any budget, and it’s even worth taking a look on trusted eBay outlets.
Here are our top picks for the best trampolines…
- Sportspower 14ft Trampoline with Folding Enclosure, £99.99 from Argos – buy here
Argos’ Sportspower trampoline is brilliant value for money – you get a generous 8 feet for only £99.99
It’s also one of the best rated on the site, with 1640 five-star ratings, and endless glowing recommendations from pleased parents, so you can be sure you’ll be spending on something that will impress.
With two adults, it’ll take two hours to assemble, but you should probably set aside an afternoon to build and then bounce.
It comes with a folding enclosure, so you can take it down if need be, and it also comes with a ladder, safety pads for the enclosure poles and a safety mat for the springs. And you’re also covered for two years with the free manufacturer’s frame guarantee.
- Plum 10ft In Ground Trampoline, £399.99 from Argos, buy here
For those who want to preserve the view from their bedroom windows, an in-ground sunken trampoline could be the answer.
They don’t dominate the landscape of your garden in the same way as a traditional trampoline would, and can open up a whole world of fun that isn’t restricted to what would typically be inside the enclosure.
Plum are famed for their huge selection of high-quality in-ground trampolines.
So what makes them so outstanding? Not only are they ultra safe and durable, but they also come with a one-year warranty.
They’re on the pricier side, starting from £399.99 for the 10ft model, but Argos offer a buy now, pay later credit plan if you want to spread the cost.
With accessories such as basketball hoops, multicoloured lighting systems and half-enclosures available to purchase it’s definitely a good option to explore.
- Donnay 6ft Trampoline with Enclosure, £74.99 from Sports Direct – buy here
If you’re trying to stick to a budget but still want a great trampoline, check out Sports Direct’s website as they always give great discounts on trusted brands.
Their 6ft Donnay trampoline is selling for only £74.99 – great for smaller gardens and it comes with a full enclosure and padding to keep the kids safe.
The trampoline frame is made from heavy-duty galvanised steel, to prevent it from rusting.
- Sportspower 7ft My First Trampoline 7ft, £89 from Asda – buy here
Younger children needn’t miss out on the fun – there are trampolines made especially for the tots too.
Asda has a ‘My First Trampoline’ from Sportspower for only £89, and the design is perfect for anyone with children aged three and above.
Having racked up nearly 100 five-star ratings, parents and grandparents have stated in the comments that it is very easy to build and very sturdy. The trampoline comes with a 100-day satisfaction guarantee.
It has a maximum weight of 45kg, which is just over the average weight of a six-year-old, so bear that in mind. The blue and green trampolines comes with a padded enclosure and doesn’t require a ladder as it is so close to the ground.
- JumpKing 6ftx9ft Premium Trampoline, £225 from Tesco Outlet – buy here
An Olympian in the making will be overjoyed with a longer, rectangular trampoline. They make the most of the floor space and are typically a lot larger.
Tesco’s outlet on eBay has a great 6ft x 9ft rectangular trampoline by trusted US brand JumpKing. For only £225 you can land yourself a bargain.
It has a surround pad, an enclosure for safety and heavy duty springs. It also has a galvanised steel frame, for durability and comes with a 12-month warranty.
- JumpKing 11.5ft x 16ft Rectangle Trampoline, £699 from John Lewis – buy here
If you’re going all in with the size and want the biggest money can buy, you should head to John Lewis.
Their gigantic 11.5ft x 16ft trampoline will set you back £699, but it’s one of the best bang for your buck purchases if you want to go supersize.
The JumpKing model is exclusive to the site, and what makes it so unique is that it features three separate bounce areas that stop the user from being pulled back to the same place.
Suitable for children age six and upwards, and with a maximum user weight of 22 stone, it comes with a 12-month warranty and free delivery.
For extra large trampolines available to purchase here in the UK, we’re relatively limited, so you best snap this bargain up quick. If you wanted trampolines any larger than 16-17ft you’d need to consider shipping from abroad.
- Vuly Thunder Medium Trampoline with Enclosure, £999.99 from Argos – buy here
Australian brand Vuly is known for its ultra-safe trampolines, and this is down to the Thunder model using leaf springs, which are placed underneath the jumping map rather than on the sides, as conventional models have.
The majority of trampoline injuries are related to the springs on the side, as children can often fall through the gaps on the edge of the mat, or catch a body part on the metal springs – so Vuly’s unique design cuts out a huge risk.
Their Thunder Medium trampoline (12ft) is available on Argos for £999.99 – the priciest model on our list, but if safety if your main priority, it’s worth investing.
As well as their unique spring design, their enclosure poles bend outwards to reduce the risk of children banging in to them. It is completely weather-proof, and the enclosure net is ultra strong and will stand the test of time.
With a huge 10 year warranty on the frame, it’s clear why – their double galvanised steel frame uses square joint technology which means there are no welded connections.
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