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Exacme 15 Foot Outdoor Round Trampoline 400 LBS Weight Limit with Premium Enclosure Carbon Fiber Rod Surrounded Net, L15

Item# SPM9430007617 | Model# 6183-L15 | Added on August 6, 2016 |
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Exacme 15 Foot Outdoor Round Trampoline 400 LBS Weight Limit with Premium Enclosure Carbon Fiber Rod Surrounded Net, L15
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What is Carbon fiber? Carbon fiber (CFRP) is a material that is lighter than aluminum, but stronger than steel and of corrosion resistance. It is of thermal conductivity, low coefficient of thermal expansion, non-poisonousand have a longer service lifetime when protected from the sun. Why choose the ExacMe Luxury 15-feet Round Trampoline L15 ——ExacMe's strongest trampoline! ✅ [ CARBON FIBERRAIL SUPPORT NET ] Top of trampoline net is supported by 12 carbon fiber rails, which is in high strength and corrosion resistance, will better withstand the storm. This reduces net sagging, increases its lifetime and enlarges the innerspace. Making you enjoy the stereo sense and wider FOV. ✅ [ STURDYT-JOINT FRAME STRUCTURE ] Each frame rails and leg extension tubes are fixed by metal 3-way t-joint. Compared with trampoline with welded frames, T-joint structure makes the whole steel frame more stable and the bouncing more secure. ✅ [ 400 LBs WEIGHT LIMIT ] Thanks to the heavy-duty galvanized steel frame, T-joint structure, 6 U-legs, and 108pcs galvanized 7'' springs, the trampoline is sturdy and can afford 400 lbs maximum weight limit. ✅ [ SAFER and STRONGER ] Even after storm, the trampoline itself will be good because of more stable frame and upgraded net design, so please rest assured to purchase it. ✅ [ FOAM PADDEDNET POLES ] All poles are padded with black foam tubes, effectively prevent kids from getting injured when falling on the net poles. ... read more
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