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Five steps to the perfect trampoline for you!

1What is your preference for the shape of your trampoline?
Round
Round

- Suitable for beginners
- Takes up more space
- Many choices for every budget

Rectangular
Rectangular

- Also for experienced jumpers
- Takes up less space
- Well-controlled bounces

2Do you want a dug-in trampoline?
Yes
Yes

- Time for action: dig a pit in your garden
- Low step: easy to step unto the trampoline
- Available with or without a safety net

No
No

- You can’t avoid noticing this trampoline, because it stands out in the garden
- Can be assembled immediately; no need to dig a pit
- Always comes with a safety net

3How big is your garden?
Small
Small

For gardens up to approx. 50 m², we recommend a trampoline with dimensions up to 2.5 metres.

Average
Average

For gardens between 50 m² and 200 m², we recommend a trampoline with dimensions of 2.5 to 4 metres.

Large
Large

For gardens larger than 200 m², we recommend a big trampoline with dimensions of 4 metres or more.

4Which demands do you set for the quality of your trampoline?
3 stars
3 stars

Trampolines with 3 stars score sufficient on quality class and bouncing comfort.

4 stars
4 stars

Trampolines with 4 stars score good on quality class and bouncing comfort.

5 stars
5 stars

Trampolines with 5 stars score excellent on quality class and bouncing comfort.

5How much would you like to spend on a trampoline; what is your budget?
Small
Small

Trampolines up to € 300 fall within this budget.

Average
Average

Trampolines between € 300 and € 500 fall within this budget.

Large
Large

Trampolines above € 500 fall within this budget.