13' x 13' SKYWALKER Square Trampoline Enclosure Combo
13' Square Trampoline and Safety EnclosureSkywalker trampoline and enclosure features new interlocking T-bracket technology - adding strength at each frame joint. The T-bracket prevents the frame from twisting and makes assembly a snap! The stay-put safety enclosure net attaches at each spring--eliminating gaps between the jumping mat and net, which are typical concerns with other trampolines. The suspended enclosure netting system protects the jumper from falling off of the trampoline.If you purchased this trampoline combo from us, it is NOT part of the recall.
Due to the fluctuation of fuel charges, the shipping price may increase depending on your location. If so, we will call you with an adjusted price. On Some Occasions Some Delivery Points For Our Larger Trampolines May Not Be Able To Be Reached By Our Carrier. We Will Call You To Find Out The Best Delivery Point For You & We Will Always Try To Find The Best Route Possible For Your Product.
This is sold only as a combo (trampoline and enclosure).... not individually.
Specifications13' Square Trampoline:
- Heavy-duty, rust-resistant, galvanized steel frame
- Frame rails are 2.4" in diameter and extra thick 10-gauge (2.5mm) galvanized steel wall thickness
- Leg pieces are 3" in diameter with 16-gauge galvanized steel wall thickness
- W-shaped legs for added stability
- Welded upright T-bracket technology eliminates frame twisting and strengthens each frame leg joint.
- T-bracket material is made of rust-resistant galvanized steel.
- The T-brackets are designed with a safer interlocking square-shaped socket to secure the enclosure frame.
- 72 large coil springs over 7" in length + 12 gold color springs, 1" in diameter are placed in the center of the frame on each side to provide a superior, soft bounce. Total 84 springs.
- Easy, quick assembly
- Extra-wide, UV-protected, vinyl-coated safety pads cover the frame and springs
- 275 lb jumping capacity
- Jumping mat is made of heavy-duty, UV protected polypropylene (Made in USA)
- Recommended for ages 6 and above
- Meets or exceeds ASTM F381-05 safety standards 129 square footage of jumping space 1" thick frame pad Assembled Dimensions: 169"x96"x114" Frame Height: 37.4" Enclosure Height: 79"
Skywalker Enclosure System:
- Uni-body frame design increases the safety enclosure stability
- Heavy duty galvanized steel frame for increased rust protection
- Steel frame is padded with a soft foam for increased safety and durability
- Frame padding with a blue weather proof, UV protected vinyl sleeve.
- Safety enclosure frame interconnects to the trampoline frame T-bracket socket, securely locking the trampoline frame and enclosure frame together
- Safety enclosure frame attaches away from the trampoline for added protection to the jumper
- Stay-put enclosure net attaches at each spring clip. Net attaches to the inside of the spring next to the jumping mat.
- Enclosure net attachment design prevents gapping between jumping mat and safety enclosure net
- No ropes to thread through net and spring clips
- Dual closure system: net opening is secured closed with both vertical and horizontal zippers and positive latch clips
- Simple, easy installation
- Meets or exceeds ASTM safety standards
- Kraft Corrugated
Jumping Height is 42" (from ground to Jumping Mat) Over all height is 10' (from ground to top of enclosure)
Warranty: 1 year on frame 90 days on partsShipping is included! Skywalker 13ftX13ft Square Trampoline Parts can be found here. Skywalker 13ftX13ft Square Enclosure Parts can be found here.
Trampoline is great....netting is terrible.
The frame of this trampoline, springs and mat are fantastic and very tough. However, the top straps of the net enclosure ripped off withing a few months. All I did was re-attach them to the frame with rope...no problem. However the net enclosure itself became brittle quickly and ripped easily after one year of use. The real problem with this trampoline is the inability of the company to keep replacement parts in stock....sadly I have been unable to replace the safety net yet.
- Reviewed by:
- Brook Blanchfield @ 5/31/2010 7:41 PM