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Springfree Trampoline Weight Limits | What You Need to Know

Jumping on a trampoline with more weight than its limit can lead to injury. Find out the Springfree Trampoline weight limits and why they need to be followed!

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Springfree Trampoline Weight Limits | What You Need to Know

The weight limit of a trampoline is one of the most important things to consider before purchasing one. 

Why? Jumping on a trampoline while weighing over its weight limit can cause you to bottom out or fall through the trampoline. 

Just imagine falling on the springs of a trampoline or straight to the ground while jumping high in the air. It’s not a pretty picture and could very well result in a trip to the emergency room. 

But since you’re here, you’re already increasing your chances of avoiding that nightmarish scenario. Because today, we’re going to be giving you the truth about the weight limits of our Springfree Trampolines. 

In this article, we will explain what the Springfree Trampoline weight limits are, how they are calculated and why they are important to follow. We’ll also touch on how Springfree weight limits compare to other trampolines’ weight limits. 

After reading this, you will understand how much weight Springfree Trampolines can safely hold and be able to assess whether you and your family would be a candidate for one!   

Do Springfree Trampolines Have a Weight Limit? 

Every trampoline has a weight limit: Springfree Trampolines are no different in that regard. 

The weight limit for Springfree Trampolines, and most other trampolines, are measured in two different ways: Single jumper weight capacity and maximum structural weight. 

They differ substantially from each other, so let’s dive into more detail about the two types of trampoline weight measurements: 

Single Jumper Weight Capacity vs. Maximum Structural Weight 

The single jumper weight capacity, which is the individual weight limit, is calculated by the manufacturer of the trampoline and is based on how heavy you are and how high you jump.  

It’s set to protect jumpers from ‘bottoming out’ (touching the ground while jumping) when they meet maximum height on the trampoline.  

***The single jumper weight capacity is what you need to pay attention to when shopping for a trampoline! 

On the other hand, the maximum structural weight is the total amount of static weight a trampoline can hold without collapsing or inflicting damage to itself (i.e., rods snapping, springs breaking legs buckling, frame bending, etc.) 

The main difference between the two is that the single jumper weight capacity accounts for the downward force of the jumper, while the maximum structural weight specifies the amount of weight the trampoline can hold when an object is at rest.  

Because the single jumper weight capacity accounts for the downward force of the jumper, the maximum structural weight will always be more than the single jumper weight capacity. Let’s dive into specific numbers in the next section! 

What Are the Weight Limits of Springfree Trampolines? 

Every Springfree Trampoline can hold between 1,300-1,500 pounds of maximum structural weight, depending on the model you’re looking at. After an unfortunate rollaway, we’ve literally seen a Springfree Trampoline hold a mid-sized SUV with minimal damage! 

A mid-sized SUV on a Springfree Trampoline. 

But that’s just the maximum weight capacity it can hold at a static or standstill weight. The single jumper weight capacity, as mentioned in the previous section, is the number you need to pay attention to when deciphering whether your jumpers can safely jump on the trampoline. 

The following are the trampoline weight limits for each Springfree Trampoline model: 

  • Springfree Mini-Round, Compact Oval and Compact Round Trampolines – 175 pounds 

  • Springfree Medium Oval, Medium Round, Large Oval, Large Square, Jumbo Square and Jumbo Oval – 220 pounds 

***The numbers above are the weight capacities you should follow if you’re searching for a Springfree Trampoline. 

Springfree Trampoline weight capacities. 

See the graphic below for size information on one of our Springfree Trampolines, the Springfree Large Oval Trampoline. (You can find size information for every Trampoline on our website. Just click on which Trampoline you’re interested in and scroll down a little bit!) 

Springfree Large Oval Trampoline specifications.

How Do Springfree Trampoline Weight Limits Compare to Other Brands? 

Another question that you might have about the weight limits of Springfree Trampolines is: How do they compare to other trampolines’ weight limits? 

Springfree Trampolines are considered to have standard weight limits. While they can hold as much static weight as most trampolines, their individual weight limits are about average compared to others. 

For example, a Jumpflex 12 ft Trampoline has an individual weight limit of 198 pounds. That’s low compared to the Springfree equivalent, the Springfree Large Square Trampoline.  

However, JumpSport’s 12 ft AlleyOOP Trampoline has a 240-pound weight capacity, which is slightly higher than the Large Square Trampoline. 

(Check out our “Best 12 ft Trampolines” List) 

The weight capacity of trampolines depends on which brands you’re comparing and what size of trampoline you’re looking at.  

Is the Weight Limit of a Springfree Trampoline Important? 

The individual weight limits on Springfree Trampolines are critical to follow. Failing to adhere to the weight limit could cause the trampoline to bottom out, which can result in significant injury. 

Can you technically jump on a Springfree Trampoline if you weigh over its stated weight limit? Yes. But you run the risk of bottoming out and falling to the ground if you reach maximum height on the trampoline. 

We always recommend you follow the stated weight capacities to ensure you’re as safe as possible when jumping. However, it is ultimately your decision if you weigh more than the weight limit and still want to jump.   

We’re discussing the weight limits of Springfree Trampolines, specifically, today, but we’ve previously written on the trampoline weight limits for all outdoor trampolines, including breaking them down by size.  

Check it out: “The Truth About Trampoline Weight Limits | Everything You Need to Know” 

What Else Do You Need to Know About Springfree Trampolines? 

The weight limit of a trampoline is one of the major considerations to account for when searching for your ideal trampoline. 

Now that you know what the weight limits are for Springfree Trampolines, you should have a good feel for whether one of our springless trampolines can safely fit your jumpers. 

But that may not be the only question you have left before deciding whether a Springfree Trampoline is right for you. 

In fact, since Springfree Trampolines are unique and priced at a premium, you likely have multiple questions you need answered before deciding.  

At Springfree Trampoline, we are direct in addressing all questions surrounding our Trampolines. We want to make sure that your questions get answered. 

We’ve rounded up 20 of the most common questions in an article about Springfree Trampolines and addressed all of them openly and honestly. Some of the questions we answer include: 

  • How do Springfree Trampolines work? 

  • Are Springfree Trampolines safer?  

  • Why are Springfree Trampolines so expensive?  

  • Do Springfree Trampolines ever go on sale? 

  • How long does a Springfree Trampoline last?  

If you want unfiltered answers to these questions, and more, check out our article, “Answering Your Most Pressing Questions About Springfree Trampoline!” 

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