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List of brands we tested in this review.
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Recommended or typical retail price.
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"Spring" means the trampoline has the traditional set of springs and padding around the mat edge. "Springless" models have a different mechanism such as vertical rods or leaf springs around the frame edge, lower than the jumping surface, so they are much less likely to cause injury. This also gives a somewhat different feel to the bounce of the mat; the bounce is more focused in the centre and there's relatively little bounce at the mat edge.
Based on testing to the Australian standard AS 4989:2015, covering structural strength, impact safety and checks for entrapment hazards in the trampoline frame and enclosure. The more failures, the lower the score. A score of 80% indicates the model has only very minor failures while 100% means no failures at all.
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Ease of use score
Based on the quality of the supplied instructions for assembly and use; ease of assembly; the ease of using the entry/exit to the net enclosure; and how easy the trampoline is to move to a different location once assembled.
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Number of major failures
Major failures include any failures to the standard tests for structural integrity; failures for impact testing, which test whether the pads and enclosure can safely absorb the energy of a user landing on them without making the impact too hard, or getting damaged; and head and limb entrapment hazards inside the play area.
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Included in this review
- Overall score
- Performance score
- Ease of use score
- Number of major failures
- Good points
- Bad points