Skywalker 15’ Trampoline Review
The Skywalker 15’ trampoline is arguably one of the most popular trampolines on the market. Their desire is for safe family fun, and they have really hit the mark with this 15′ Trampoline.
Why you might ask?
Well, it is a combination of price, quality and user experience. Here is everything you might want to know (and maybe a few things that you didn’t think you needed to know) about the Skywalker 15’ round trampoline
Features and Specifications:
Skywalker has put parent’s safety concerns as one of their top priorities. They have designed the enclosure safety net to attach to each of the 96 springs, eliminating any gaps around the base of the trampoline. The poles are designed in a curved shape to keep the net away from the poles, so coming into contact with the poles if contact with the net is made is highly unlikely.
Skywalker has a three year warranty on the frame and a one year warranty on the rest of the parts of the trampoline
Skywalker trampolines are tested for durability, before they are packed and sold. They have reinforced T-sockets at the leg and enclosure joint, which ensures that he frame is stable and will not twist. They use galvanized steel which resists rust, extending the life of your trampoline. Compared with other trampolines near this price point, this is a quality trampoline option
- 96 springs which are 6.5” long and made of tightly coiled steel with a rust resistant coating
- Comes with enclosure net
- Springs are outside of the enclosure net
- Dual zipper
- Padded poles which are angled to keep the net away from the poles, another safety and quality feature
- Product dimensions (in inches) 108 x 180 x 180
- Weight 190 lbs
- UV resistant vinyl springpad cover
Price is a big factor when it comes to buying a backyard trampoline! Springfree trampolines are very budget-friendly and a great choice for the budget-conscious consumer who wants to get their children a trampoline! You can read more on how much is a trampoline.
While many models come with a basketball hoop, you need to buy the ladder separately.
If you have not yet checked out my trampoline buying guide, have a read before you make your first trampoline purchase!