As everyone knows, trampoline is a recreational tool made from a piece of taut, strong fabric stretched over a steel frame over many coiled springs. But what you might not know is that not all trampolines are created equally. The fabric that covers a large surface area of the trampoline is not elastic; typically springs are used to catapult jumpers to greater heights once they start bouncing on the fabric. However, these springs and the hard metal frame to which they are attached are responsible for thousands of annual hospital visits for American children. This sad statistic has necessitated change in the industry that unfortunately the American government has not enforced. Only one company has independently set out to improve the trampoline experience as well as guarantee safety for all its users.
Based on the design of a concerned father and mechanical engineer, Springfree Trampoline has introduced a game-changing design that combines an energy-absorbing mat 30 times more shock-absorbent than traditional pads, a frame hidden below the jumping surface, and the complete removal of springs all together — all of which adds up to a 90% reduction in product-related injury. This revolutionary design has introduced:
- An award-winning design
- An alternative to dangerous springs
- A frame hidden beneath the jumping surface
- A safety net enclosure that uses yielding composite rods instead of steel poles
- Rust and UV-resistant materials
Springfree trampolines are a departure from traditional trampolines that expose users to a considerable degree of danger. These design advancements in the trampoline industry employ the use of composite rods as a substitute for springs. The rods significantly improve the trampoline experience in the sense that they eliminate the risk pinching and tearing thanks to the SoftEdge — a mat offering 360 degrees of protection as there is no frame for a jumper to come into contact with. This mat is tried, tested and approved by US parents and won the Parent Tested Parent Approved Award in 2011. On top of that, the FlexiNet enclosure safely guides bouncers back to safety thanks to the same flexible carbon rods used to provide the bounce. If you’d like to learn more about the material and design details, visit Springfreetrampoline.com for the best trampolines and to peruse the entire catalogue, or learn the company’s history.
Additionally, these trampolines can withstand American weather conditions and remain fully-functional providing a safe place for kids to play. Using advanced materials, the trampoline will not corrode or deteriorate after being left outside during a long, wet winter. Once spring arrives, the kids should be able to pick up right where they left off in the fall.Thanks to rust- and UV-resistant materials, you can leave the trampoline outside year-round and be assured that on next use a gentle cleaning is all that will be needed to resume active, fun play. The developers of the Springfree Trampoline have outdone themselves and set an industry benchmark of guaranteed quality and industry-leading safety for all trampoline users.