Largest spring free trampoline 11x11 , 2 years old....cost $2300....selling for $1200....Is a great trampoline for aspiring gymnastics, which is why we had it for our daughter. Great bounce, no compassion to local outlet stores, thus the price. Daughter moved, need gone.
Info from the literature: Springfree is completely springless, using flexible composite rods that are positioned below the jumping surface and out of harm's way.
Spring-based trampolines have coil metal springs that may pinch or injure a jumper.
The SoftEdge mat is 30 times more shock absorbent than foam pads.
The pads on a spring-based trampoline do not protect from injury, lose much of their shock absorbency after the first impact and have the shortest lifespan of any part of the trampoline.
The frame on a Springfree is positioned well beneath the jumping surface - where you can't land on it.
The frame on a spring-based trampoline is level with the mat and if fallen on, can result in serious injuries such as fractures, lacerations and head injuries.
The fully flexible enclosure that cushions jumpers and prevents falls.
Spring-based trampolines enclosures use steel poles to support a rigid net. A jumper may collide with the steel pole, causing injury. Or slide down the net and land on the frame and springs.
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