You can best complement Springfree trampolines by describing what they aren’t. That sounds odd; but if you grew up bouncing on backyard trampolines on hot summer days like we did, then you know what a conventional design can and can’t do.
Springfree set out to design a safer, more fun, and more reliable bouncing experience from the ground up. You will NOT pinch your fingers in the springs. There are no springs. You will not nosedive into the frame after a funky bounce. The frame cannot be reached from the mat because it sits below, not outside it. I could go on and on. The mesh net comes standard, is woven for extra strength, and has holes so small, you’d have to work hard to accidentally catch a finger in them.
Check out this full-grown New Zealander man showing off what this netting does best.
That guy is Keith Alexander. He’s the engineer who invented Springfree in the first place. One thing he mentioned between launches at the net: UV rays. Research shows that the number one cause of trampoline fail (besides misguided leaps from rooftops while straddling BMX bikes) is the sun. UV rays wear day after day on every part of the trampoline, degrading the material until it begins to fail. The more resistant to UV rays a trampoline, the longer it will last; and the safer it will be. Everything about Springfree from the mat material to the stitching at its edges, the plastic sleeves around each fiberglass rod, and the netting Keith pointed out is designed to endure. It will not break down in a couple of years like other trampolines.
Check out Springfree Tampoline’s Youtube channel for more info and testimonials. There’s a reason that we not only sell Springfree, but highly recommend the brand. These are not the trampolines we grew up on--the ones where we fell off the edges, bruised our arms against the frames, pinched our fingers in squeaky springs. This is Springfree.