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trampoline enclosures

(16 Posts)
sparklymieow Wed 16-Mar-05 21:46:38

where is the cheapest place to one, online or shops please! thanks

sparklymieow Wed 16-Mar-05 22:32:12


Anteater Wed 16-Mar-05 22:33:22

false economy, digin!

sparklymieow Wed 16-Mar-05 22:34:27

sorry, don't understand?

Anteater Wed 16-Mar-05 22:52:03

dig a hole so the trampoline bed (bouncy bit) is flush with the ground. cat me and I will email pictures and a description..

sparklymieow Wed 16-Mar-05 22:53:08

Can you do that with a 10ft one, imagine the hole would have to be large

sparklymieow Wed 16-Mar-05 22:57:45

emailed you

SecondhandRose Wed 16-Mar-05 23:09:26

We bought ours from Ebay with the trampoline, they may be able to supply one separately. Ours is 13ft with enclosure and I think it was £399.

Mum2Ela Wed 16-Mar-05 23:12:21

Only think with digging a hole is that if you want to put the trampoline away for the winter you are left with a great big, er, pond.

Our is an 8ft trampoline with encolsure and cover, £117 from Makro last week - bargain!

Anteater Wed 16-Mar-05 23:14:33

Dug-in trampolines stay 'out' year round...

Mum2Ela Wed 16-Mar-05 23:43:35

sorry, i guessde that. Just a bit drunk! [drunk faced smiley emoticon}

goreousgirl Wed 16-Mar-05 23:48:13

Stay out trampoline could be a pond or covered with decking when not in use!

I have an 8ft one with safety net bought on e-bay for £199. Ugly but safe with nets - put them on in the summer when it gets more use.

sparklymieow Thu 17-Mar-05 00:10:25

actually thinking about it, what happens if we have downpour?? I think I'll go with the enclosure

sparklymieow Thu 17-Mar-05 07:19:25

I have found one on the Index site that is 9ftx6ft, doesn't say what size trampoline its for tho, it goes on the inside, I have a 10ft trampoline coming...

sparklymieow Thu 17-Mar-05 07:20:14

this one

SueW Thu 17-Mar-05 07:42:57

Only child I know injured on a trampoline had a safety enclosure! Broken arm. Parents thought having safety net meant they could ignore basic rules like no of people bouncing on trampoline. He lost balance, landed awkwardly, broken arm.

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