- What range do I choose from?
- Does size matter?
- Does shape make a difference?
- What difference does frame thickness make?
- What accessories are available?
- Are these for home use only or more for clubs?
- Are these suitable for big families?
- Are your trampolines as good as the more well known brands?
- How do I know my children wonít get bored of using it like other toys?
- What is included in the price?
- What warranty do you offer with them?
- Big Air Junior - For kids and lighter jumpers
- Big Air Universal - For the whole family, big and small
- Big Air Extreme - For an ultimate experience
We have chosen this range to make it easy to know what is suitable for your needs. If you have young children and this is one of their first trampolines then the Junior range is ideal. They can safely learn the balance skills and control needed on a lower sprung trampoline without missing out on any performance or enjoyment!
If you are looking for a trampoline to cater for your whole familyís needs then the Big Air Universal could be the range for you- with its heavy duty steel frame, it is suitable for child and adult alike and the springs are numerous enough to offer a firm but reactive bounce for the whole family. This is definitely one to consider if you have older children as if used responsibly will give them years of bouncing fun!
For those of you who are more confident and looking for a more extreme experience, look no further. Our Big Air Extreme range is designed to be the ultimate in strength and performance, allowing each user more springs to work with- for that extra control, and a heavier duty frame. All in all, this range mean business! Itís durable, precise and for those who are competent in trampolining, it will allow an experience like no other.
In most cases, the bigger the trampoline size, the better. This is because larger trampolines offer more jumping area- and therefore more landing area.
Firstly, choose the site where your trampoline will be going and measure the area (we would recommend doing this in feet and inches so itís easy to work with the trampoline sizes). For safety, we recommend having at least a 2ft space around the trampoline.
If you have a large garden and size doesnít matter, we would naturally suggest a larger trampoline for maximum fun and safety. The only exception to this may be if the children are really young- larger trampolines are taller so a safety enclosure would be advised so they canít fall off from this greater height.
Yes- but only for the purpose of the trampoline. Traditionally trampolines have been rectangular- not because they are necessarily better but because they were used by gymnasts and high divers. They offer a quicker and more powerful response because the springs have a different reaction rate at the corners.
Round trampolines were designed more for recreational use, with more bounce area and safer: if you bounce on the edges, it will naturally guide the user back nearer the centre. Both types are great to use, you just need to choose what is best for you, by what you will be using it predominantly for.
Frame thickness on any trampoline is an indication not just on quality, but also strength of the trampoline. On our site, itís simple- the thicker the frame, the higher the maximum user weight and therefore strength.
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Our trampolines are designed to be used by families and friends. We do not market them for commercial or professional use- not necessarily because they are unsuitable, but because this is our chosen market. We would advise anyone looking to use these in a club, to find out the legal requirements and specification before making a choice.
Yes. These trampolines are all designed to be used by the whole family. Please remember to not exceed the maximum user weight. Providing this is followed, under supervision, more users may go on.
Big Air trampolines are fantastic. They offer all you need to get the most enjoyment from them and the quality is next to none. In our opinion, after comparing what we sell to others on the market, no other company matches up. We feel customer's should pay for quality and not be charged for extra for a brand.
We would not be in business if that was the case! After only a few bounces your body will want to carry on- itís inbuilt! That Ďfallingí sensation when you start coming back down from a jump gives your body a feeling of euphoria and this alone makes people want to keep on bouncing! That feeling, mixed with a childís imagination is a winning combination and will keep them amused for hours!
Our prices include VAT and delivery so whatever you select, the price advertised is the price you pay. There are no hidden charges to shock you at checkout, what you see is what you get.
Weíve spent a lot of time thinking about warranty and what is fair to offer. Due to the nature of trampolining, with constant contact and the variables involved to keep them in good condition, we offer 12 months on all non frame parts. Although it is rare for any parts to fail within this period, from experience, the times it has happened has been through wear an tear from inappropriate use. We do not feel that under these circumstances, it should be a warranty issue and our responsibility to replace without charge. The frames on all our trampolines have a 5 year warranty against rust. For full details, see terms and conditions located on the home page.