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Exacme 8 Foot Small Outdoor Trampoline for Kids with Enclosure and Ladder, Heavy Duty, 6180-T8

Item# SPM12925256517 | Model# 6180-08FT | Added on September 14, 2020 |
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Exacme 8 Foot Small Outdoor Trampoline for Kids with Enclosure and Ladder, Heavy Duty, 6180-T8
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WHY CHOOSE Exacme T-series Round Outdoor Trampoline with Orange Basketball Hoop as a gift? ——High Wight Limit up to 335 LBS ✅Rather than sitting to watch the TV a whole days, backyard trampoline offers a great opportunity for kids to meet new friends. ✅Exacme T-series trampoline is our most popular outdoor round trampoline in all series, especially 15 16 foot trampoline.It is made with strong, rust-resistant galvanized steel tubing, making our design safer and longer-lasting than conventional welded trampolines.

  • Stay active with your friends and family by installing the ExacMe trampoline with enclosure net in your backyard
  • 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 Capacity: All our trampoline go through an TUV safety and quality certification

    Heavy 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

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