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- Safety is NO.1CalmMax's design philosophy is : Trampolines must be safer. CalmMax trampolines comply with ASTM F381-16 Standard Safety Specification for Components, Assembly, Use, and Labeling of Consumer Trampolines. You can rest assured that our safety materials are among the best on the market for your family.
- A Safe Enclosure for Safe PlaySafety and quality in backyard play is at the heart of everything we do. We have created a 6FT high and 360-degree net safety enclosure that is UV, fade resistant and resistant to tearing. Family fun and enjoying all that a CalmMax Trampoline has to offer.
- Big Bounce Science Manufactured with EU standard Polypropylene bounce surface provides unmatched rebounding force. Our 12ft trampoline has been tested for 20,000 jumps. Mats are tested up to 5,000 hrs and can hold up to 400lbs.
- Built With Durability in MindCalmMax trampoline heavy-duty steel frame components undergo a 3-layer rust-proofing and durability process. All metal trampoline components are galvanised inside and out with a hard-wearing zinc coating. Visible sections are finished with a UV-resistant coating to protect your trampoline from the sun and premature material fading for a longer life.
- CalmMax stability TrampolineThe heavy galvanized springs provide superior bounce and rust resistance. All the springs are covered with thick and durable Blue PE+PVC foam pad, to protect your child from injury. 4 U-shaped big legs with 8 balanced contact points for better stability and safety.
- Built to Last We proudly stand behind our product and offer the most comprehensive warranty on every single component of our trampoline. With second-to-none engineering, premium materials and exceptional quality control and testing, your CalmMax trampoline is built to last and built to life.
Spring Cover Green Spring Cover Blue Spring Cover OrangeSpring Cover Black Fit Trampoline Size 12FT 12FT 12FT 12FT Thickness 4" 4" 4"4" Width 10" 10" 10" 10" Material PVC+PE PVC+PE PVC+PE PVC+PE
Item Package Dimensions L x W x H: 58.5 x 20 x 11.5 inches
Package Weight: 56.25 Kilograms
Item Weight: 56 Kilograms
Brand Name: CalmMax
Material: Polyethylene, Polypropylene, Metal, Steel, Polyvinyl Chloride
Suggested Users: unisex-child
Style: 12FT Green with Ladder
Date First Available: April 21, 2020
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Top Amazon Reviews
- Seems like a good product and company so far
Color: blue Size: 15FT
Ordered this for my daughter to get her off of screen-time now and then, and I went for the large 15ft version on the advice of another dad's review. Took my time assembling it today, a hot and sweaty day, and I think the whole process was about 3 hours with some breaks. This model came in 2 boxes, which the seller advised me would be the case as soon as I ordered. My impression is they monitor orders and strive for customer satisfaction, as they wanted to set expectations within a few hours of my placing the order. Good vibes. The boxes arrived on schedule. The largest had a split seam and I feared there would be missing parts, but the items were packed inside in such a way as to minimize the danger of parts escaping. Everything inside was exactly right, and no damage. Everything went smoothly following both the printed and video instructions. My only suggestion for improvement would be to make the foam covers on the upright net support arms from a foam that doesn't grab the net sleeves when inserting them. I went back and forth trying to get the net installed, but in the end I watched the video instructions on YouTube and the montage for this part of the assembly, although it looks cute and entertaining, is actually also exactly in the order you need to do things to get the net installed: work it down onto the poles a little at a time while walking around from post to post. That part could be emphasized more, perhaps. Once I did this patiently, it started to get easier. Also, the parts package came with the exact number of items needed for the assembly, no more. Would prefer to have extras of anything threaded as oftentimes those are the points of failure when putting together a product like this, but I will say all of these parts worked perfectly and no extras were needed in the end. One last note: Make sure the bolt heads in the leg extensions are turned inward when assembling the frame, as this allows the eye bolts for the netting poles to line up correctly during its attachment. This is stated in the booklet, but I missed it, so had to turn things around later (my bad). Overall, it was kind of fun to assemble this trampoline, and my daughter lit up when she came in from school, and she started bouncing instead of hitting the iPad. (Mission accomplished.) She's still out there now with her mom. I would like to be able to buy some spare springs for future repairs, but I don't see those available on the CalmMax site. I'll contact them directly to discuss that possibility. Overall, very happy on Day 1. I hope this trampoline will be used for years, and we're off to a good start. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2022 by T. Gilchrist
- Excellent customer service
Color: blue Size: 12FT
I would start the review by a comment that I would not call myself as a super-handy guy as many do comment in their reviews. I am just alright and have some ideas. Install is not that hard if the instruction manual were clear. I used contact seller option and got answers within 6 hours. Remember, manual is not good and could use better English, so please use “contact seller” option. I worked with a Heidi who was so good that she picked up my phone in the middle of her night and called me back her next day (China based). I will put in a few learnings. Before you start, please also have a 13/32 ratchet with you. (1)comes in a big 100lb box (2) some small bags for bolts/pads/washers are snugged/hidden inside fabrics. Look for them before thinking you are ripped off.(3)T connectors for bottom rails are pre connected on 4 of the rails. Don’t try looking for them. (4) make a circle but when you start putting in legs at least one rail will come out. Don’t worry too much about. Just get it standing. When the springs are installed it will be OK (5) springs are easy to install, spring extending tool is very good with high efficiency (6) bottom tube installation is tricky and many had reviews about length of bolts. Orientation of black plastic pad is important to gain threaded length of the long screws on the other side of bottom tube. If you have them the wrong way then screw would not come through the other side. (6) upper tubes: will have a cap attached at the plain end. Insert into net sleeve with the cap on. Caps in my shipment were off and the desired end of upper tube were not going into lower end. So I used other end. When I told this to Heidi, she shipped 8 pairs of new bottom/upper tubes in case. I got a lot of help from her who was answering questions after discussing with technicians and she solved all of my problems. I was lucky that I did not have to go to hardware store as the “1” reviewers but I could see myself going there by trying to decipher the installation manual and not contacting the manufacturer. I had a weak schedule so took a week to put it together but people who can start earlier in the day and those who are really handy can do it in a few hours. I will revisit the review after winter and let you know if it broke down. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2022 by Saurabh Keshav
- Great buy!!
Color: blue Size: 12FT
We bought this trampoline after a horrendous purchase from another company. Many shipping delays etc. This product shipped on time and arrived EARLY! It only took my husband and I 2 hours to put it together. Really straight forward. We did look up a YouTube video on how to assemble it, I highly recommend watching it as some of the instructions are not exactly clear. Overall great buy! Also, their customer service reached out right after we bought it to let them know if we had any issues. We did not and all the parts were received in the package we got! Very happy customer! Also, my husband (280lbs) jumped on it briefly with no issues :) ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2022 by Breonna Kellogg
- Had a problem with a part that broke
Color: blue Size: 12FT
Bought the trampoline in March set it up in May Broke in October. One of the circular pipes broke. After contacting company they reached out to me immediately and sent a replacement part plus an extra gift for my grandson. Very easy to work with and I was very thankful Other than that one issue the trampoline is great ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on November 6, 2022 by Bronwyn D. Hawkins
- Good price, easy to set up.
Color: blue Size: 12FT
This trampoline was a good price and it was easy to set up. It arrived quickly, and ALL of the pieces were there.
Reviewed in the United States on November 25, 2022 by JennySue
- good product but zipper came apart almost immediately
Color: blue Size: 12FT
Bought this for grandkids who live in another town, had it shipped there, their father put it together, we went to visit the next week and noticed that the zipper entry door had already started coming apart. I was able to put zipper pull back on and sewed the zipper end tab back together with heavy duty thread which should make it last for awhile. Not sure if it was a factory problem, or if their dad installed it incorrectly, or if the grandkids did something to it, so I don't know if the seller/manufacturer can be faulted. My suggestion would be for buyers to inspect the zipper end tab closely after you get it installed to make sure it's not about to come apart -- if it looks weak, I'd reach out to seller. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2022 by BUBBA
Our 12ft trampoline has been tested to 20,000 jumps. Mats are tested up to 5,000 hrs and can hold up to 400lbs.How much weight can a CalmMax trampoline 10ft hold? ›
CalmMax 10FT trampoline, like other models, is also built according to the principles of safety and high quality. It can carry a weight of up to 400lbs. Huge bounce with a compact shape, stable structure with soft-touch, safe enclosure brings you strong protection.Is 14 foot trampoline big enough? ›
14-foot trampolines are big enough for two adults, but it's still recommended by Trampolines.com to jump one at a time for safety reasons.Can you buy trampoline without net? ›
You can buy a trampoline with or without a trampoline safety net. However, this no longer applies to all models.Is a 12ft trampoline big enough for 3 kids? ›
Is A 12 Foot Trampoline Big Enough for 3 Kids? If there is only one or two children jumping on the trampoline each time, a 12 Foot Trampoline is also big enough for 3 kids. 12 FT Trampolines are also somewhat one of the most popular trampolines.What happens if you exceed the weight limit on a trampoline? ›
What Happens if You Exceed the Weight Limits on a Trampoline? Well, probably nothing. However, there may also be some unsafe problems. Firstly, overweight activities will damage your trampolines, for example, your springs may be no longer expand and retract and holes may form in your trampoline mat.Is a 10ft trampoline big enough for 2 kids? ›
Remember though you should only ever have one child on an 8 ft or 10 ft trampoline at a time. In such a small space it is probable that they will jump into each another and could hurt each other.Are trampolines good for weight loss? ›
Yes, jumping on a trampoline exercises the whole body. The g-force that bouncing produced helps to build muscle and burn fat quickly. This firms up every part of your body – including legs, thighs, arms, hips, and stomach. It also has the added benefit of improving agility and balance!Are bigger trampolines less bouncy? ›
Bounce quality will depend in part on size. A smaller trampoline is going to offer a much smaller bounce. If you have young children, you might want to consider a smaller model that won't send them soaring too high.Can 2 people jump on 12 ft trampoline? ›
The answer is, of course, absolutely yes. Two kids on a 12 ft trampoline is also available. However, if you want to add one adult more to enjoy bouncing together, the space may be limited.
Just remember you should only ever have one child on an 8ft or 10ft trampoline at a time, and be mindful of the weight limit. 12 foot: This is considered a medium size for round trampolines. You may be able to get more than one child on here if you have little ones, though teens and adults are limited to one at a time.Is there a big difference between a 10ft and 12ft trampoline? ›
Compared with a 10 FT trampoline, a 12 FT trampoline is wider and larger and has a higher enclosure net. For families with more than one child or a relative fat child, you are proposed to pick the 12 ft trampoline, which offers more spaces and a safer net for your children while jumping.Why can't you wear shoes on a trampoline? ›
Wearing shoes on the trampoline can cause injuries to your ankles because your feet are not always completely flat to the mat and you can land more awkwardly which causes pain in the feet and ankles.Can you be sued trampoline? ›
A trampoline injury can occasionally fall under the category of premises liability. A premises liability claim is based on someone getting hurt as a result of a dangerous condition on a homeowner's property. This could include a trampoline injury.Should I take my trampoline net down for winter? ›
You absolutely can leave your trampoline assembled for the winter, and likely get a great deal of use out of it too. A MaxAir is able to withstand what winter can dump on it with merely a weather cover for in-ground models; above ground models also should remove their netting between use.Should a 3 year old have a trampoline? ›
“According to the American Academy of Pediatrics and the America Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons 'children under the age of 6 should never use a trampoline. ' This is due to the fact that their fragile bones are not meant to withstand the repetitive pressure from jumping.What age is a 4FT trampoline for? ›
HOMCOM 4FT / 50 Inch Kids Trampoline with Enclosure Net Indoor Outdoor Rebounder for Child Toddler Age 3-12 Years.What age is a 6ft trampoline for? ›
A 6 ft trampoline offers a larger jumping area for kids. While designed for children aged three to ten, adults can use a 6 ft trampoline too.How much weight can a 16 foot trampoline hold? ›
16FT Trampoline, Heavy-Duty Trampoline with 6 Wind Stakes & Balance Bar & Carved Poles, 1500LBS Weight Capacity,1.5MM Thickened Outdoor Trampoline for Kids Adults.Can I skydive if im overweight? ›
Understanding Skydiving Weight & Age Limits
The maximum weight limit for Tandem Students is 220 lbs, with some exceptions. Maximum weight limit for AFF students is 240 lbs. Over 70 years? Ask about your ability to make a skydive.
This stable, strong, and durable trampoline with safety net is perfect for kids, teens and adults to use. This super bouncy kids trampoline can also hold weights up to 264lbs.Should a 5 year old use a trampoline? ›
don't allow them on a trampoline if they're a baby, toddler or child under six because they're not physically developed to control their bouncing. always use a safety net to prevent falls off the trampoline. supervise your child and make sure they take a rest from trampolining.
What age is a 10ft trampoline suitable for? 10ft trampolines are a great starter trampoline for trampoline new-comers as well as teenagers. If you are looking for a trampoline to accommodate both young and old bouncers, the 10ft trampoline is ideal as it is suitable for 5-16year-olds.How big should a trampoline be for 2 kids? ›
The ideal trampoline size for 2 children is 305 cm (size 10). If cousins or neighbors are going to play with them, and if you have more space, you can choose a 370 cm model (size 12).What is 10 minutes of rebounding equal to? ›
A NASA study found that 10 minutes of jumping on a trampoline is the equivalent of a 30 minute run. The fact is exercising on a trampoline take less time than running. If you're a busy parent who struggles to find time to exercise you can go for a quick jump right in your backyard!What happens if you jump on a trampoline everyday? ›
They can help you develop better balance, coordination, and motor skills. These exercises target your back, core, and leg muscles. You'll also work your arms, neck, and glutes. Research shows that trampolining has a positive effect on bone health, and it may help improve bone density and strength.Is a rectangle or circle trampoline better? ›
Rectangle trampolines are simply more expensive due to their shape and need for added support. Round trampolines are naturally stronger due to the circular frame and relatively easier for manufacturers to build which in turn lowers the price to consumers.Is a round or square trampoline better? ›
If you're looking for a trampoline to give the highest bounce, a square trampoline will give you just that. Because each spring works separately from the other compared to a round trampoline where each spring is put to work, jumpers looking for the highest bounce go for square or rectangular trampolines.Can adults jump on 8ft trampoline? ›
What age is a 8ft trampoline or a 10ft trampoline for? Kids, teenagers, and also adults can have fun on a trampoline, no matter what size it is. There is no age limit, while some believe that 4-12 years old are recommended for a 8ft trampoline, and 5-16 years old for a 10ft trampoline.What size trampoline do most people buy? ›
' 'One of the most popular trampoline sizes is 10ft, which is generally safe for both kids and adults,' says Rex Freiberger, CEO of Gadget Review (opens in new tab). 'Larger trampolines, such as 12ft and 14ft varieties, are even safer for kids, but you have to be sure your space is large enough to accommodate them.
8 to 10 foot trampoline for kids over 6 years old
So, besides the trampolines for toddlers, the 8 to 10 foot trampoline is suitable for children aged 6 and older. It is also suitable for the families with a small backyard and only have one child at home.
An 8ft trampoline is suitable for ages 4-12 years old, while a 10ft trampoline is suitable for ages 5-16 years old.How many pounds can a 14 ft trampoline hold? ›
It gives the trampoline better safety and product life. The thickened steel structure and 4 solid U-shaped foot pipes ensure a steady performance. The Max capacity is 960 Lbs.How much weight can a 7ft trampoline hold? ›
Giantex 7 Ft Trampoline for Kids, Max Load 220 Lbs, Heavy Duty Steel Frame Small Mini Toddler Trampoline, Great Gifts for Boys Girls, Outdoor Indoor Kids Trampoline with Net, for Age 3-8. Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.How far should a trampoline be from a wall? ›
Around the trampoline, you should have a safety perimeter of at least 9 feet. Keep it away from the side of the house, walls, fences, posts, poles, trees or other objects that could interfere with jumping or be dangerous in the case of a fall.How long does it take to put up a 12 foot trampoline? ›
|Outdoor Trampolines of Different Size||Time Needed to Assemble A Trampoline (1~2 people)|
|14 FT, 15 FT, 16 FT Trampoline||1~2 hours|
|8 FT, 10 FT, 12 FT Trampoline||1~1.5 hours|
All spring based Rebounders should be used wearing trainers – preferably cross trainers with a stiff midsole. Avoid tying shoes too tightly to enable increased blood circulation in the feet.Why can't you jump after being on a trampoline? ›
After repeated jumps over an elastic surface (e.g. a trampoline), subjects usually report a strange sensation when they jump again overground (e.g. they feel unable to jump because their body feels heavy). However, the motor and sensory effects of exposure to an elastic surface are unknown.Do you wear socks on trampoline? ›
Thanks to high-traction soles, the socks prevent your feet from sliding along the trampoline's surface. They also prevent your toes from getting snagged or stuck as you jump. Slipping and snagging cause many trampoline injuries. Additionally, the socks act as cushioning for the soles of your feet.Does having a trampoline Raise Your house insurance? ›
Having a trampoline increases the risk of someone filing a liability claim against you and adds to the amount of personal property covered by your home insurer. Your policy's premium may increase when you notify your insurer of a trampoline on your property, assuming your insurer will cover the risk.
if the trampoline owner caused the problem, you file a premises liability lawsuit, or. if someone else is responsible for the injury, such as another user, you file a negligence claim against that person.Can you get homeowners insurance if you have a trampoline? ›
So, does homeowners insurance cover trampolines? Actually, most insurance companies do not cover trampolines because they consider them too costly due to liability risks. On the other hand, some companies may insure your trampoline if you have the right safety equipment and other safety precautions in place.Are trampolines OK in the snow? ›
Keep the trampoline free of large amounts of snow. If more and more snow falls on the trampoline, its weight can damage your trampoline. Simply remove the snow once in a while with a broom. Attention: do not use a shovel, this can damage the trampoline jumping mat.Can you leave trampoline frame out in winter? ›
#1. Keep snow OFF the trampoline: The trampolines are meant to be left outside all year round and are weather-proofed for extreme temperatures, however, the sheer weight of the snow can exceed the overall weight limit on the trampoline.Do trampolines get ruined in the rain? ›
Our EXIT trampolines can endure rain. But please note: heavy downpour and snow can cause a large amount of weight to stay on top of the trampoline. Remove the water or snow in time so that the springs will not suffer and to prevent them from sagging.How many pounds can a 12 inch trampoline hold? ›
A 10-foot Trampoline can hold 175-250 pounds. A 12-foot Trampoline can hold 250-350 pounds. A 14-foot Trampoline can hold 330-400 pounds. A 15-foot Trampoline can hold 375-450 pounds.How many kids can be on a 12ft trampoline? ›
12ft Round Trampolines
Perfect for most families with two kids who can be on it together or older kids one at a time. A 12ft is 3.6m so they don't take up too much space but you can safely have larger children or adults bouncing on them. This size does have the broadest age range appeal.
The trampoline size kids need
A 12 foot trampoline is a type of medium trampoline. 14 foot and 15 foot trampolines offer greater flexibility and are suitable for older users. Each average size trampoline is designed for specific users, like single child, multiple children, older children and adults, etc.
Though circular trampolines allow for perfectly even weight distribution, rectangular trampolines usually have higher weight limits. Most round trampolines top out at about 350 pounds, and rectangular trampolines typically handle up to 500 pounds unless they're very small.What is the weight limit for a 16 foot trampoline? ›
It can hold up to 400 lbs, which is a fantastic weight limit for an 16 ft trampoline, especially when the trampoline is suitable for 3-5 kids. DURABLE : Heavy gauge galvanized steel frame forms 6 W-shaped legs provide stable base for the jumping zone.
The surface area of a 12 ft trampoline is normally about 86~93 square feet, which allows almost a person of any weight or a family with 2 kids jumping on it.Can I leave my trampoline out in the winter? ›
You absolutely can leave your trampoline assembled for the winter, and likely get a great deal of use out of it too. A MaxAir is able to withstand what winter can dump on it with merely a weather cover for in-ground models; above ground models also should remove their netting between use.Do heavier people bounce higher on a trampoline? ›
Conclusion heavier people do not have an advantage when it comes to bouncing higher on a trampoline. Physics does not support the idea of heavy people bouncing higher on a trampoline.What is the weight limit on a 15 foot trampoline? ›
The maximum recommended user weight for this trampoline is 275 lbs.