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Exacme 16 Foot Big Outdoor Trampoline with Enclosure and Ladder, Heavy Duty, 6180-T16

Item# SPM9430093317 | Model# 6180-16FTCOM | Added on September 14, 2020 |
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Exacme 16 Foot Big Outdoor Trampoline with Enclosure and Ladder, Heavy Duty, 6180-T16
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Why choosing Exacme T-series Trampoline? Rather than sitting to watch the TV a whole days, backyard trampoline offers a great opportunity for kids to meet new friends. As our most popular trampoline, Exacme T series trampoline is of high quality and is a prefect gift choice for your kids. Features: 【Stable ground-contact net poles】Each pole comes with 2 quick clamps to secure to trampoline legs, making the trampoline more stable than classic trampoline; All poles are padded with blue foam tubes, effectively prevent kids from getting injured when falling on the net poles 【High Weight Limited】All our trampoline go through an TUV safety and quality certificationHeavy duty galvanized steel made frame and legs make the 12+ foot trampoline max weight limit up to 335 LBS, comes with 6.5"-7" spring bringing kids joyful bouncing experience 【Jumping Mat】Durable, UV-proof PP material, 8 layers stitch sews connected with triangle steel rings for long-lasting use 【Safety Spring Cover】Padded with 0.6-inch thick EPE closed-cell foams, protecting kids from getting hurt from the springs 【Easy Assembly】All the assembly tools are included to assemble the trampoline easily with 2 people and no other specific tool needed


  • Frame Size: 16 Foot (other size available: 8/10/12/13/14/15 foot
  • Jumping mat : (16') 14.2'; (8')6.65' in diameter, (10') 8.6', (12') 10.4', (13') 11.4', (14') 12.4', (15') 13.3'
  • W-legs: (8') 3pcs, (10') 4pcs, (12' 13' 14' 15' 16') 6pcs
  • Spring
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