If you’re looking for a good rectangular trampoline than look no further than this review because right here we compiled the best rectangular trampolines that you can look through the features, see how we review each model and decide which one is the right trampoline for your needs and your budget. This stuff is big, and you definitely want to make sure the purchase is exactly as what you expect it.
I’m not going to elaborate further on how regularly using the trampoline can certainly benefit your health, in fact, more than regular jogging and walking (there’s even research published by NASA to back this up). In short, regularly using the trampoline can benefit your heart’s health, improve your cognition and balance, as well as increasing flexibility. Plus, anyone having ADHD or similar issues can certainly benefit from using the trampoline as it helps to exert excess energy for better emotion regulation.
For that, certain features of the trampoline must be taken into account, notably the safety features of the trampoline. Check if the trampoline that you’re planning to buy meets ASTM standard as the seal of approval right here can certainly take half of the worries of your chest – the board tested each model specification to ensure the trampoline is safe enough for the people to use.
You can also make the check by yourself; ensure the materials (and the thickness) that are used are the ones that can withstand lots of jumping and tumbling (thick steel is the popular choice for trampoline), as well as safety measures such as safety pads, enclosure netting, foam sleeves to name a few. Gap spaces are equally important as well. Ideally, you don’t want the trampoline to have any gaps as anyone can get a slip and hurt while making the motions.
Unless you can reserve a space especially for the trampoline, you might want to look at their storage feature of the model, preferably something that you can disassemble and stow away conveniently when needed. A good rule of thumb is if the particular model is easy to assemble, they probably easy to disassemble as well.
Acon Trampoline Air 16 Sport HD with Enclosure is one perfect trampoline that you can consider if you’re looking for something basic and covers all the necessary feature of a good trampoline. Sporting a 40 cm wide and 3.5 cm for safety pad that’s thick enough for both adults and kids to jump around safely. The frame is made from galvanized steel for strength and durability, with 140 durable springs for a sturdy, well-supported to bear any weight range.
We love that the pad is also topped with a heavy vinyl cover that’s UV-treated for extra sun protection – a good sign that this trampoline will last under hot temperatures (especially since we regularly use this kind of stuff during summer) and yes, it’s designed for all-year use. And the additional ladder, enclosure, and a spring puller make a nice touch too!
Come with a five-year warranty.
Skywalker is one of the brand makers for a trampoline that you don’t want to miss. For a piece of reliable outdoor equipment, this brand should be on your list as well.
Skywalker features a patented no-gap space enclosure system for safety measures and this design also helps to hold the enclosure securely in place and no potential twists within the structure at any point, and cover with an extra thick vinyl pad. Comes with a strong enclosure setting with interlocking T-sockets that will able to withstand hard jumps and tumble, as well as rust-resistant galvanized steel for durability and long term use.
The downside is unlike Acon trampoline is Skywalker recommends that only one person to use the trampoline at a time (which we think is impossible – who can’t resist having a good jump together?). Still, for safety measures recommended and built into the frame, we know that this brand is all about taking safety precautions first.
Similar to Skywalker, JumpSport 10’x17′ StagedBounce also focused on safety as the foremost in mind; the frame is made with galvanized steel for strength and resistant to rust, and each frame is joined through T-sockets for security, as well as UV-treated polypropylene mat.
Still, even if this trampoline is smaller compared to other trampolines reviewed previously, the spring count is rather high at 82 that it performs well despite the size that it makes a suitable jumping pad for both kids and adult. As this trampoline is on the smaller side, you might want to limit the number of people that can jump in this equipment.
Comes with a one-year warranty for the frame, 90-days money-back guarantees on the materials.
Upper Bounce Rectangular Trampoline is a joy to use as it’s super easy to assemble, meaning this equipment is also to disassemble and stow away for later use that we think this is how user-friendly trampoline looks like.
The components and frames are easy to put together and even if it’s easy to take apart, the trampoline holds itself well and securely even with multiple hard jumps. We love that the joining frame is designed for each part that the enclosure netting won’t get tangled and twisted for safety. The enclosure also opens through a dual zipper for additional security for young ones to jump.
Unlike other trampoline brands, Upper Bounce uses heavy-duty galvanized springs instead that will support heavier weights (as well as a good sign for additional durability). The jump mat is made from weatherproof, UV-resistant mesh polypropylene.
Summit 14’ Rectangle Trampoline complies with ASTM standard and this rectangular trampoline is pleasant to use thanks to 80 seven inches of rust-resistant galvanized steel spring (each spring is coated and covered with thick spring pad), even with a lower limit for weight capacity of 200 pounds that we think this trampoline should be marketed more for children instead if including it for adults.
Just like other trampolines reviewed in this, Summit 14’ also uses T-bracket frame construction for security in each joint that will handle all hard jumps for years to come – this feature also eliminates any twisting in the material, especially for enclosure netting and safety pads. Just like other trampolines reviewed in this, Summit 14’ also uses T-bracket frame construction for security in each joint that will handle all hard jumps for years to come – this feature also eliminates any twisting in the material, especially for enclosure netting and safety pads.
Still, despite with having a good jump with this equipment, Summit 14’ is a basic rectangular trampoline that you can get by as this package only has the trampoline and netting without additional (yes essential) equipment such as a ladder which you might need to purchase it separately.
JumpSport AlleyOOP PowerBounce is designed to cater for jumpers of a wide range of weight and skills that it shows on the material used to make this trampoline. Indeed, the equipment features a patented spring system consisting of two high-performance springs that are mounted to the JumpSport PowerArm fitting, with the main spring attaches to a PowerArm at the top while secondary springs attached to the settings at the lower end, creating a durable material and construction, as well as extra safety points. After all, this trampoline can handle up to 800 pounds of weight!
What we love is the additional area (known as ‘rest zone’) inside the spacious trampoline that you can climb and wait your turn before jumping. And overlapping door provides more security and preventing any chances for kids falling off outside the trampoline.
Overall, this trampoline covers every aspect of safety, without sacrificing the fun. If you have the moolah to spend, we highly recommend you give this trampoline a shot.