This is a good, bouncy trampoline for adults and kids. I can bounce myself (26 year old adult gymnast, 150lbs) about 6 feet high working semi-hard, could probably get a little higher working harder. 8x14 is not the actual size of the trampoline. Here are the exact dimensions: Frame (Entire trampoline): 7' 11" or 95 inches by 13' 11" or 167 inches
Bed (Jumping area): 6' 5" or 77 inches by 12' 3.5" or 147.5 inches I put it together in 30 minutes (having set up a similar trampoline before) with two people. The directions are a little hazy, but it's easier to understand once you read through it twice. Basically, you build the trampoline upside-down, one longways side and the other longways side. Look at the picture of the trampoline online and it's easy enough to assemble without even having to read the directions because there aren't that many bars and they all have a very distinct shape so looking at a picture reference you can put it together in your head. Once you've built each longways side, then you flip it over, have one person hold up one side, then put the other side into it. Slide in the bolts and nuts but don't tighten them yet (I'll explain later). Then you put the bed on, corner springs first, then the side springs going every 5th spring, then every 4th, then every 3rd etc etc. After all springs are in place, THEN tighten all nuts and bolts. The reason is because now the trampoline frame is all pulled taught together by the springs so now you tighten the bolts to secure it in that position. I didn't put together the enclosure because the tricks I'm doing on it go higher than the enclosure and I don't want to risk hitting it in any way. So unfortunately I don't have a review on that.
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