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Believe it or not, there’s a lot you need to know before purchasing a Springfree Trampoline.
Springfree Trampolines can be expensive ($999+), which means it’s not a purchase that should be taken lightly.
To help you decide whether a Springfree Trampoline is right for your family, you must have access to objective and accurate information from somebody who knows a thing or two about the product.
At Springfree Trampoline, we’ve been inspiring joyful moments in the trampoline industry for over 20 years and pioneered the springless design that defines our product base. As such, we can tell you everything you would want to know (and then some!) about our trampolines.
You won’t be surprised to learn that there are a large number of myths surrounding Springfree Trampolines, including their safety, size and when you can use them.
That is why we have compiled a list of the top myths we’ve come across during our time in the industry with concrete evidence to debunk each of them.
After reading this, you should feel confident in making an informed choice on whether a Springfree Trampoline would be a good investment for your family.
9 Common Myths About Springfree Trampolines
Let’s now get to the list! Here are 9 debunkable myths about Springfree Trampolines:
1. Myth: Springfree Trampolines = Falling Injuries.
By far one of the most frequent misconceptions about Springfree Trampolines is their safety, which can include concerns about falling injuries.
According to the study “Effectiveness of Pads and Enclosures as Safety Interventions on Consumer Trampolines,” falling injuries are the most serious cause of injury on trampolines. Furthermore, around 20% of backyard trampolines are from children falling off, according to Springfree’s internal research conducted with Zeitgeist Research.
There’s arguably nothing more important to consider than your child’s safety when buying a trampoline, and Dr. Keith Alexander, the inventor of the Springfree Trampoline took this fully into account when designing the product.
To prevent falling injuries, Springfree Trampolines are designed with an elastic net system and high-tech composite roads that cushion the jumper whenever they fall on the sides. See the image below for a visual demonstration: