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Bounce Pro Trampoline Review [For Kids Ages 3-10]

Bounce Pro Trampoline Review

4.5/5
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If your kids are new to the world of trampolines, the Bounce Pro is the perfect choice for them. It is a beginner-level trampoline that you can set up in a couple of hours.

When we saw that this trampoline costs just under 200 dollars, we didn't expect a lot, but, we were pleasantly surprised when we got it. Here is a quick recap on what we think of this trampoline.

  • Durable surface
  • Durable steel frame
  • Perfect entry-level trampoline for children
  • Can be used indoors & outdoors
  • Value for money

1) Safety and Durability

The very first thing you should concern yourself with is how safe your child will be on the trampoline.

Sure, having a trampoline is not nearly as dangerous as some other favorite pastimes, but if you don't take care, it can get risky. You want a trampoline that will not break on you.

With this model, you can have a peace of mind in terms of its safety and durability. The steel frame is integrated into a unique blow-molded plastic and steel tube leg structure.

This provides extra stability and support overall. The jump mat and the spring pad protector are also durable and made with UV-resistant materials. 

We would always recommend following a few simple rules to stay safe. First of all, this trampoline is designed for ages 3 and up. So make sure your kid is older than that. Secondly, only have one kid on the trampoline at a time, and lastly, don't let them horse around.

2) Size

Now, size is not as important as safety. However, choosing the right size is an excellent way to save money in the long run. If you want a toy for your child that they can use for a couple of months, take a smaller trampoline. They are cheaper and easier to sell later on. 

However, if you want your child to keep using it for multiple years, you will want a trampoline that is big enough for a growing kid.

With a diameter of 7 feet and weight limit of 110 pounds, the Bounce Pro trampoline falls under the latter category of the two. In fact, the pad is a lot larger than what someone would expect for a child's trampoline. A larger pad makes for a safer experience for starters.

There is less chance for your kid to "test" the safety enclosure. And the circle in the middle will help you make sure your little one gets the most out of the trampoline.

3) Shape

A lot of people don't pay much attention to the shape of the trampoline. However, a lot of things depend on it. For instance, octagonal and round trampolines will give you an excellent bounce. However, oval ones don't pack the same punch. Rectangle trampoline are best used for practicing gymnastic and lastly, squares give a decent bounce, but they tend to sink after a lot of use.

The Bounce Pro is a round trampoline that gives an incredibly smooth bounce. It also allows for very decent jumping, but the material doesn't let the kids jump too high up. Another benefit of the round trampolines is it provides an additional layer of safety.

Unlike oval ones, if your kid is in the middle, it is always at least 6 feet away from the edge. Of course, the enclosure is there to keep them safe in case of a fall, but, it is always better to avoid that occurrence altogether.

Bounce Pro Trampoline Review

Pros And Cons

PROS

  • Fairly easy to assemble. With a bit of help, it should be done in a couple of hours
  • A no-gap enclosure with a zipper
  • Heavy-duty frame
  • Durable jumping pad for extra safety and fun

CONS

  • Doesn't come with a ladder

Final Verdict

Bounce Pro 7' Trampoline Review

This 7-feet, 100-pounds model has everything we want to see in a trampoline for our kids. In our humble opinion, this trampoline is an excellent purchase. It costs less than $200, and is sturdy, safe, and good looking.