Rated 5 out of 5★ by 3reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by lovemynewoldhouse After reviewing different trampolines, I spent a little more & went with this one because I thought it was well built & it had more springs than some of the other trampolines. Glad we went with the 14 foot & not the 12 foot. The 12 foot, I think would have been too small for older kids like our daughter & her friends!! It arrived on time. Everything was in the boxes. Went together fairly quickly, took several people to do it. because of attaching the springs! they were tight! It said the net was pre-attached at the factory to the floor but it wasn't. But it wasn't that difficult to do it ourselves because of the buttonhole feature that skywalker has. Only had it for a couple of days but our daughter, age 13 (who wanted one to practice her gymnastics on) loves it!! & so do her friends. Seems well built, & we are happy with it so far! Will update if anything changes!! A piece of advice, do not attach the pad until you attach the net!!!! the pad gets in the way if you get one like we did that did not come pre-attached!!! 09/14/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by 3Bulldawgs Lots of Fun It was fairly easy to set up for my husband and teenage son. Our little girl was so surprised when she saw it in our back yard! It was an early Christmas present for her. Delivery was faster than we thought, so we decided to go ahead and give it to her early. She loves it! Lots of fun for the entire fun, whether joining in on the jumping or just watching! 12/30/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by alienux Great trampoline with flawed instructions We bought this trampoline after having read many reviews stating that the trampoline is good but that assembly is difficult, and after reading many reviews where buyers stated that they had to start over partway through due to the grommets and/or door on the enclosure not lining up correctly to the poles that hold the enclosure up.Knowing that there were generally problems getting the trampoline together, I read through the instructions carefully ahead of time trying to figure out where the hang up is. I finally found that one of the pictures is drawn incorrectly. There are two sides to each leg support of the base of the trampoline. One side is plain, and one has a square shaped "socket" for the enclosure pole to go into. In the instructions, when they show the leg portions upside down during assembly, these are drawn on the correct side. When the instructions tell you to turn the leg portions over, the artist drew them on the wrong side. So attaching the enclosure and poles based on the picture will cause you to misalign the enclosure, causing the door to be right in front of a pole and causing the poles to be misaligned with the top of the enclosure.The important thing to remember is that the door needs to go directly above the U shaped leg piece where there is no square pole "socket." This was the only thing we had to be careful with during assembly, and because we figured it out ahead of time, assembly went smoothly.The trampoline itself is great and seems durably. We've only had it for a few days, but I believe it will last for a long time. The biggest problem has been getting our kids off of it when it's time to go to bed. 04/06/2014