Specifically designed for young children, Plum's range of Junior Trampolines are a safe and secure way for little ones to start their jumping journey.
Providing an ideal introduction to outdoor bouncing, the Junior Trampoline has been specifically engineered for young children to be safe and secure as they build confidence on the trampoline.
With a frame height of just 52cm, little ones will easily be able to climb on and off their own trampoline. Taken a tumble? The frame height sits lower to the ground so there 's not so far to fall, helping little ones confidence to grow and grow.
Shorter Length Springs, smaller springs on the Junior Trampoline range give a safer, more predictable bounce, just enough for little ones to reach for the stars!
All of Plum's Junior Trampolines are supplied with an enclosure net, which creates a barrier between bouncers and the floor to catch them if they fall. Zips and clips provide extra reassurance, for happy parents too!
The padded safety pad covers the springs and frame, helping to protect little fingers and toes from the frame and springs. The PVC pads have been weather protected for durability too.
Built to Last For Years To Come, each trampoline is designed using strong and durable materials to prevent damage caused by the weather and to offer protection against rust.
Recommended Age Range: 3 - 10 Years
Maximum User Weight: 50kg
Safety Pad Material: PVC
Enclosure Sleeve Material: PVC
Approx Assembly Time: 2 Adults, 2 Hours
Number of Springs: 36
Galvanised Steel Frame inside and out
Country of Manufacture: China
Assembly Required: Yes
Assembled Size: L182 x W182 x H200cm
Height of Enclosure: 152cm
Height of Frame: 52cm
12 Months: Frame
6 Months: Non Frame Parts
Outdoor use only. One user at a time collision hazard. Replace the enclosure net after one year of use. Only for domestic use. Minimum user age 3 years. Maximum user weight 50kg. We recommend you place the trampoline on a level surface at least 2m from any overhead structure or obstruction such as a fence garage house overhanging branches laundry lines or electrical wires.