- EASY ASSEMBLE AND DISMENTAL: A thorough instruction booklet and all necessary accessories greatly aid in the proper assembly of the trampoline.
- A JUMPING MAT WITH HIGH RESILIENCE AND POWERFUL CAPACITY:Numerous springs connecting the jumping mat to the round edge provide strong support for both the jumping mat and the trampoline as a whole. The jumping mat is level, roomy, and constructed of high-resilience PP plastic, which both guarantees your safety and lets you enjoy your jumping to the fullest.
- METAL LEGS AND DETACHABLE RUBBER FEET: Metal legs are arranged and spread uniformly beneath the trampoline to provide safety and balance. By doing this, the trampoline's and the person jumping on it's weight are greatly distributed. When the trampoline is placed indoors, the rubber feet protect your floor while increasing the trampoline's stability.
- PROTECTIVE SAFETY PAD GIVING DUAL PROTECTION: The safety pad properly covers the trampoline's rounded edge, protecting users—especially children—from metal edge scratches to their hands and averting potential injuries in the event of a fall.
- EXERCISE IN AND OUTDOOR: This trampoline's size allows you to use it indoors or outdoors, so you can still enjoy your jumping sessions when it's raining.
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