Skywalker 15' Round Trampoline & Safety Enclosure Combo, Box 2 of 2

US $184.25

Availability: In Stock

UPC: 856860001165

Brand Name: Skywalker

Product Model: SWTC1500

Product Category: Sports

Frame Materials: rust-resistant, galvanized steel frame for durability
Frame Construction: welded T-bracket technology eliminates frame twisting and strengthens each frame joint
Number of Legs: 6
Number of Springs: 96
Spring Material: galvanized steel
Jumping Pad: made of heavy-duty, UV-protected polypropylene, woven to prevent slipping
Maximum Weight Capacity: 250 lbs
Dimensions: 15' x 15' round trampoline
Meets or exceeds ASTM safety standards
Patented STAY-PUT Enclosure net button attachment design prevents gapping and net sagging
STAY-PUT Net attaches to the inside of the spring next to the jumping mat, eliminating contact with the springs in the bounce area
STAY-PUT Enclosure net features a dual-closure system door that includes a heavy-duty zipper and additional locking clip
Extra-wide UV-protected, vinyl-coated safety pad covers the frame and springs
Adult assembly required
Assembly requires 2 people
Assembly takes 2-3 hours
Includes hardware and tools
Place trampoline on level surface
Position for adequate overhead clearance
STAY-PUT safety enclosure attaches at each spring clip and is pre-installed for added convenience, no ropes to thread through each spring
Frame
6 W-shaped legs
Phillips screwdriver
Jumping mat
Foam spring cover
Enclosure net
Owner's manual
  • Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
  • Multi Pack Indicator: No
  • Model No.: SWTC1500
  • Shipping Weight (in pounds): 126.3
  • Product in Inches (L x W x H): 180.0 x 180.0 x 108.0
  • Walmart No.: 552062117

what is the model number

for the trampoline and the enclosure?


Answer : swtc 1500 http://www.skywalkerholdings.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=SKY&Category_Code=PART


Answer : I thought the 1500 had 6 legs but this one says 4. No wonder we're confused!


Answer : Do you already own one? Or are you thinking of ordering one? Because the model number changes every year.


Answer : This is NOT the SWTC1591. This is the SWTC1500!


Answer : The model number is SWTC1591



Is the opening to enter the trampoline velcro, zip, other???


Answer : The enclosure contains a zipper at the entrance way.


Answer : it's a zip and has held up well for us!


Answer : The opening is a zipper with also 3 plactic clips. My kids just use the zipper as the 3 clips are on the outside the zipper and not reachable anyway! What parent is going to stand by the door and close the 3 clips everytime the kids enter the trampoline?? The zipper has held up well though.


Answer : It zips, and has a plastic clasp to keep little ones in or out :)



Does this trampoline come with a ladder? If not, does anyone have a good sight where i can buy one?


Answer : no ladder or steps


Answer : Watch Craigslist for an easyset pool ladder. It works great next to the trampoline for a ladder. The ladders have a flat platform that is great for shoes or a watcher waiting their turn.


Answer : No it doesn't.


Answer : This trampoline does not include a ladder. I was able to go down to my local playground equipment store and was able to purchase a heavy duty metal ladder for about $40 but it is heavy. Shipping for that will be expensive. Just something to consider.



Enjoyed for over a year now.

I wrote a review a year ago regarding set up. There are some tips others wrote worth noting so read them before you set your trampoline up. It seems like the directions missed a step regarding when to put the blue protective tarp/net up. It also really helped having one tall, strong assistant.\n\nWe've had our trampoline up for 13 months now. Our climate ranges from temps over 100F in summer to 2 feet of snow and well below zero temps in winter. We also have incredibly strong winds. We've staked it on occassion but it has never blown without stakes. It's used nearly every day. All functional/safety features are in great shape & it still looks brand new. The blue tarp is very worn out at the trampoline entry site, but it's fine everywhere else and has not yet worn all the way through. The net prevents you from contacting the springs when you jump/fall so the tarp merely serves to keep water off the springs.\n\nWe are so glad we upgraded to the 15 foot size. The increased weight limit allows dad and kid to jump together, or mom plus 2 kids, and everyone can stay on their own side. Still, the trampoline is light enough for one person to pull it to another part of the yard for mowing purposes.


Heavy but relatively easy to assemble

If I had read all of the directions first, we would not have had to put this up twice. If you purchase this trampoline be certain to read ALL the directions before starting to place the trampoline onto the base. There were four adults assembling it and it was realtively easy - especially since we had to assemble it twice! It seems to be a great value and seems very sturdy. You do need to purchase the ladder and tie down bars separately or the trampoline will bounce off the ground so be certain to order them as well. The boxes are very heavy. Just remember to read all the directions before you begin placing the trampoline springs onto the base. The opening must be placed in a specific place on the base.


Low quality spring cover pad

The trampoline is not bad but the spring pad just started falling apart after two summers of use ( see photos). The pad is not made to stand up to the weather. I take the trampoline down every winter so the summer sun destroyed the pad in just two summers. I looked into buying a new pad but Skywalker wants $115 for a replacement, that works out to about $60 a year for maintenance, ON A TRAMPOLINE! I contacted the company and they told me sorry, there is only a 90 day warranty. If I would have noticed there was only a 90 warranty, I would not have purchased this trampoline. If a company can't offer more than a 90 day warranty, stay away.


Great Trampoline!

We have had this trampoline for over 2 years and it is still holding strong. I have a 6 foot 5 inch teenage boy, two teen girls and two smaller kids who jump on it all the time. Not to mention ALL the neighborhood kids come over to play on it. This trampoline is WELL worth the money. I am now looking to replace the net (neighborhood kids like to hang on it while jumping.. irritating), but that's it. This trampoline has been the best toy we have bought for our family.


Love it!!

This was the second Skywalker we bought. Our daughter loved the first one and jumped on it so much it wore out in about 4 years. This one was a foot bigger and seemed to me much more improved over the first one we bought. Very easy to put together and we had it done in about 3 hours. We reallt like that the enclosure was already attached to the jump mat. It make it sooooo much easier to put up the enclosure. Our now 13 year old daughter is very, very happy she has her trampoline back and I am sure when he is a little older our 8 month old will love it too!! Great product! Well worth the money!!!


Awesome Trampoline! Kids love it :)

Normally I don't write a review but I spent a lot of time researching which trampoline to buy and for those of you on the fence don't hesitate on this one. First off, all those reviews that people complain about the manual being poorly written, I have no idea what they are talking about. I was able to put this together all by myself by just reading the instructions - if you follow the instructions you will have no issues, don't skip ahead, just go step by step. I debated on the 14' or the 15' and I'm very happy I went with the larger one. The bigger the mat area the better the bounce and I love that the enclosure is on the inside of the pad so there is no one risking chance of getting hurt on the springs. We have lots of wind where we live so we put concrete blocks on the legs to help weigh it down, it has been thru a couple severe storms with no damage. Our kids are 10 & 8 and there is plenty of room for more to jump at the same time without falling into each other. Happy kids = Happy Mom :)


GREAT

I HAVE 4 KIDS TWO TEENS AND TWO UNDER 6\nTHEY ENJOY IT VERY MUCH THE ENCLOUSER IS PERFECT, THE SHIPMENT WAS READY FOR PICK UP 6 DAYS FROM WHEN I ORDERED IT... THE LADDER IS A MUST....ALL THE KIDS GET IN IT A THE SAME TIME NO PROBLMES, ALSO TWO ADULTS AND TWO KIDS WORK WELL TOO...


Good Product / Excellent Customer Service!

We purchased our trampoline on walmart.com about a year or so ago and our son & his friends love it! The trampoline itself is very sturdy and well made & its great to have the\nnet enclosure for safety reasons. We have not had any problems, except for the\noutter pad that covers the springs around the trampoline. Recently we noticed that the pad was beginning to fray badly and in some areas, the fabric was ripping, exposing\nthe pad itself. I emailed Skywalker's customer service and filled out the\npaperwork online that they requested. I asked for a replacement pad, due to the\ncondition ours was in (due to no fault of ours) and the short time in which we\nowned the trampoline. I received a response in a very timely manner and after a\nreview of the damage claim paperwork I submitted, they agreed to send us a\nreplacement pad at NO charge, which I received just a few days later. Needless\nto say, I am very pleased with the manner in which this was handled and will\ngladly do business with them again!


Solid Trampoline Combo

I just recently purchased this combo. It shipped very fast and I had it up and assembled in a matter of a couple of hours. You will need help to get it all together. We have had it about a week and so far it seems like a very solid and well built trampoline. It seems like a very good value for the money. The one thing that is a bit confusing is that the parts and pieces are not labeled very well. So take some time to lay everything out and figure out what is what before you assemble.


HELPFUL HINT (REPEATED)

The tall bars that support the safety net enclosure fasten to the top of the net at one specific small hole location. It would be best if you fastened the tall bars to the net first and then assembled the tall bars to the trampoline frame. You should do this prior to assembling the 96 springs that attach the jumping pad to the frame. If you attach the 96 springs first then you may have a situation where the small holes at the top of the net do not line up with the tall bars! If you do have this situation then you will need to disconnect all of the 96 springs and rotate the jumping pad until the holes at the top of the net do line up with the tall bars. If the small net hole does not line up with the tall bar then you will not be able to fasten the net to it! This is all due to the fact that the net is attached to the jumping pad at the 96 positions where the springs attach to the jumping pad. it is similar to a button on a shirt.


Safe, LONGLASTING fun for kids and adults

We purchased this trampoline online and had it delivered to our local store. That was over 3 years ago. It has made it through 2 BRUTAL winters and some incredible Oklahoma springtime storms. We live in a very rural area, and our backyard has many trees, which aids in wind reduction. It is incredibly safe and the durability is simply amazing. Our boys are 7 and 9 now, and have spent the last 3 years jumping and bouncing their bodies against the netting (as it is a boys job to test things to their limits). The only drawback we have found is the padding faded and tore after the first winter. A little blue 300 mile per hour tape (duct tape) and it's as good as new and has been for almost 2 years. We set a sprinkler on the ground underneath it and turn it on during our hot summers and the boys bounce for hours at a time! With the netting, it's enjoyable for them to sleep on it during the camping season. This trampoline is an incredible buy and is very reasonable in price for the family fun it has given us. We plan to purchase another just like it when this one finally wears out.


Warning

My kids (7 and 16) love this trampoline, it was fairly easy to install with no major complications as long as you follow the instructions closely. During the last windstorm a gust blew the trampoline out of our yard and nearly 1000 feet into the woods behind our house. It ended up in a tree...needless to say, though the jumping surface is intact, several of the frame pieces snapped and will need to be replaced. I highly recommend anchoring the trampoline firmly to the ground. This is our first trampoline, so I hadn't considered the possiblity that it was light enough to be carried on the wind. There were no wind warnings on the box or in the instructions either.


great product, minor problem with the padding

The product is exactly as advertised. 15' is a huge size, and the kids love it. The assembly was a breeze, the instructions pretty clear.\n\nOnly problem I have is with the foam padding/sleeves on the uprights. About a day after assembly, six of the twelve sleeves have melted. I'm guessing that there was a reaction to the oily packing substance on the springs or even on the uprights themselves (which got on my hands during assembly, and then could have transferred to the foam). I didn't see any warning in the assembly instructions about avoiding contact... I wrote to the manufacturer and asked them to send replacement foam sleeves.\n\nIn the meantime, I would strongly recommend that you wash your hands thoroughly after assembling the springs, and before touching any other parts -- in case that's truly the cause.


Size Matters

Experience told me that it really makes a difference to have a larger trampoline. I did a lot of looking (for a 16 foot trampoline) before I settled on this one. Most places won't sell anything larger than a 12 foot trampoline for less than $400. The cheapest 16 foot trampoline I could find was almost $700. Here I am getting a nice large trampoline for a medium sized price.\n\nIt it appears to be a good quality product. (I don't plan to write a review after three years of use when I can prove that.) The setup of the trampoline only took 45 minutes - setting up the net took another hour but I was a bit distracted by the kids on the trampoline.


Great Trampoline, A Helpful Hint

The trampoline is great - sturdy, and the enclosure keeps the kids nice and safe. The net keeps the kids away from the springs and they have more than enough room to bounce. 15' is seriously huge, make sure you measure your backyard! We have a big yard and this thing still looks enormous. The enclosure net/bars are so tall that I had a hard time reaching the top to tie the net up, and I'm 5'11". Your kids definitely won't filp out of it!\n\nWe assembled this trampoline in about 3 hours. It was pretty self-explanatory except for one thing - I can't remember if the instructions say this, but make sure you put the enclosure support bars up BEFORE you install the springs. The net is hooked to the mat, and the enclosure loops that you tie the net to the bars with have to line up with the enclosure bars. We put the springs on first, then the enclosure setup, and the loops on the net did not meet the top bars no matter how we did it. We were able to rig it without taking the whole thing apart, but ideally we should have done the bars first.


poor reliability;doesn't hold up

After 18 months this trampoline is worn out. Florida weather for the pad is one thing but the welds of the frame are breaking. $300 and 18months later it is a throwaway!\nIt doesn't hold up for a 14 year old, a 6year old and a four year old. the one year warranty isn't helpful as the manufacturer will not bend on the 12 month warranty .Junk!!!!!!!!!!!!


Nice product, easy assembly

I was able to assemble most of this myself in a few hours. I needed my husband's help with the last 15-20 (out of 96) springs and to help get the enclosure net set up.\nHere are a few tips/comments:\n1). The enclosure net comes already hooked to the bouncing mat (yeah!)\n2). Before anchoring the enclosure net bars, make sure the spring pad is in place and aligned (notches in spring pad get aligned with enclosure net bars).\n3). I recommend getting a trampoline ladder and stake-downs at the same time you purchase the trampoline. There is an accessory pack you can buy which has the ladder, stake-downs and a storage sack that hangs from the trampoline and holds shoes, socks, etc. The stake-downs are very important as the trampoline will get swept up in the wind and will crash to the ground & get destroyed.\n4). Trampoline comes in 2 extremely large boxes.\n5). Enjoy your trampoline! My kids and the neighbor kids have been jumping on it for hours! :)\n\nThanks Walmart for the free shipping!


Great once assembled, read directions carefully.

We put together up to the final step and then realized we put step one together wrong. We had meticulously put on all 96 springs then had to take them all off. We had to take off the spring cover that I had double knotted into place all the way around. Why? Because my husband didn't notice in the photo of step one, that every other leg pole junction was supposed to have a sleeve/space on the outside for the enclosure support poles. It should be space for support pole, regular T junction, space for support pole, regular T, all the way around. The instructions don't mention this and the photos are very small and it's hard to notice this detail. Be careful. Other than that, it seems great. I'll update in a few months to report how it is holding up.


worth the money

My daughter loves this trampoline. It took two people to set it up. You have to remember to put the door between the two legs like the directions says or it won't come out right. Enjoy


Great Product!

After doing a lot of research on different trampolines and doing a lot of price checking, this product was by far, the best one out there for the price. It took a buddy and I one hour to assemble. It was delivered within two days of placing the order and my family has been using it easily three or four times a day. I highly recommend this particular trampoline to anyone.


Heavy but relatively easy to assemble

If I had read all of the directions first, we would not have had to put this up twice. If you purchase this trampoline be certain to read ALL the directions before starting to place the trampoline onto the base. There were four adults assembling it and it was realtively easy - especially since we had to assemble it twice! It seems to be a great value and seems very sturdy. You do need to purchase the ladder and tie down bars separately or the trampoline will bounce off the ground so be certain to order them as well. The boxes are very heavy. Just remember to read all the directions before you begin placing the trampoline springs onto the base. The opening must be placed in a specific place on the base.


Enjoyed for over a year now.

I wrote a review a year ago regarding set up. There are some tips others wrote worth noting so read them before you set your trampoline up. It seems like the directions missed a step regarding when to put the blue protective tarp/net up. It also really helped having one tall, strong assistant.\n\nWe've had our trampoline up for 13 months now. Our climate ranges from temps over 100F in summer to 2 feet of snow and well below zero temps in winter. We also have incredibly strong winds. We've staked it on occassion but it has never blown without stakes. It's used nearly every day. All functional/safety features are in great shape & it still looks brand new. The blue tarp is very worn out at the trampoline entry site, but it's fine everywhere else and has not yet worn all the way through. The net prevents you from contacting the springs when you jump/fall so the tarp merely serves to keep water off the springs.\n\nWe are so glad we upgraded to the 15 foot size. The increased weight limit allows dad and kid to jump together, or mom plus 2 kids, and everyone can stay on their own side. Still, the trampoline is light enough for one person to pull it to another part of the yard for mowing purposes.


Low quality spring cover pad

The trampoline is not bad but the spring pad just started falling apart after two summers of use ( see photos). The pad is not made to stand up to the weather. I take the trampoline down every winter so the summer sun destroyed the pad in just two summers. I looked into buying a new pad but Skywalker wants $115 for a replacement, that works out to about $60 a year for maintenance, ON A TRAMPOLINE! I contacted the company and they told me sorry, there is only a 90 day warranty. If I would have noticed there was only a 90 warranty, I would not have purchased this trampoline. If a company can't offer more than a 90 day warranty, stay away.


Great Trampoline!

We have had this trampoline for over 2 years and it is still holding strong. I have a 6 foot 5 inch teenage boy, two teen girls and two smaller kids who jump on it all the time. Not to mention ALL the neighborhood kids come over to play on it. This trampoline is WELL worth the money. I am now looking to replace the net (neighborhood kids like to hang on it while jumping.. irritating), but that's it. This trampoline has been the best toy we have bought for our family.


Love it!!

This was the second Skywalker we bought. Our daughter loved the first one and jumped on it so much it wore out in about 4 years. This one was a foot bigger and seemed to me much more improved over the first one we bought. Very easy to put together and we had it done in about 3 hours. We reallt like that the enclosure was already attached to the jump mat. It make it sooooo much easier to put up the enclosure. Our now 13 year old daughter is very, very happy she has her trampoline back and I am sure when he is a little older our 8 month old will love it too!! Great product! Well worth the money!!!


Awesome Trampoline! Kids love it :)

Normally I don't write a review but I spent a lot of time researching which trampoline to buy and for those of you on the fence don't hesitate on this one. First off, all those reviews that people complain about the manual being poorly written, I have no idea what they are talking about. I was able to put this together all by myself by just reading the instructions - if you follow the instructions you will have no issues, don't skip ahead, just go step by step. I debated on the 14' or the 15' and I'm very happy I went with the larger one. The bigger the mat area the better the bounce and I love that the enclosure is on the inside of the pad so there is no one risking chance of getting hurt on the springs. We have lots of wind where we live so we put concrete blocks on the legs to help weigh it down, it has been thru a couple severe storms with no damage. Our kids are 10 & 8 and there is plenty of room for more to jump at the same time without falling into each other. Happy kids = Happy Mom :)


Great Product!

After doing a lot of research on different trampolines and doing a lot of price checking, this product was by far, the best one out there for the price. It took a buddy and I one hour to assemble. It was delivered within two days of placing the order and my family has been using it easily three or four times a day. I highly recommend this particular trampoline to anyone.


worth the money

My daughter loves this trampoline. It took two people to set it up. You have to remember to put the door between the two legs like the directions says or it won't come out right. Enjoy


Great once assembled, read directions carefully.

We put together up to the final step and then realized we put step one together wrong. We had meticulously put on all 96 springs then had to take them all off. We had to take off the spring cover that I had double knotted into place all the way around. Why? Because my husband didn't notice in the photo of step one, that every other leg pole junction was supposed to have a sleeve/space on the outside for the enclosure support poles. It should be space for support pole, regular T junction, space for support pole, regular T, all the way around. The instructions don't mention this and the photos are very small and it's hard to notice this detail. Be careful. Other than that, it seems great. I'll update in a few months to report how it is holding up.


Nice product, easy assembly

I was able to assemble most of this myself in a few hours. I needed my husband's help with the last 15-20 (out of 96) springs and to help get the enclosure net set up.\nHere are a few tips/comments:\n1). The enclosure net comes already hooked to the bouncing mat (yeah!)\n2). Before anchoring the enclosure net bars, make sure the spring pad is in place and aligned (notches in spring pad get aligned with enclosure net bars).\n3). I recommend getting a trampoline ladder and stake-downs at the same time you purchase the trampoline. There is an accessory pack you can buy which has the ladder, stake-downs and a storage sack that hangs from the trampoline and holds shoes, socks, etc. The stake-downs are very important as the trampoline will get swept up in the wind and will crash to the ground & get destroyed.\n4). Trampoline comes in 2 extremely large boxes.\n5). Enjoy your trampoline! My kids and the neighbor kids have been jumping on it for hours! :)\n\nThanks Walmart for the free shipping!


poor reliability;doesn't hold up

After 18 months this trampoline is worn out. Florida weather for the pad is one thing but the welds of the frame are breaking. $300 and 18months later it is a throwaway!\nIt doesn't hold up for a 14 year old, a 6year old and a four year old. the one year warranty isn't helpful as the manufacturer will not bend on the 12 month warranty .Junk!!!!!!!!!!!!


Great Trampoline, A Helpful Hint

The trampoline is great - sturdy, and the enclosure keeps the kids nice and safe. The net keeps the kids away from the springs and they have more than enough room to bounce. 15' is seriously huge, make sure you measure your backyard! We have a big yard and this thing still looks enormous. The enclosure net/bars are so tall that I had a hard time reaching the top to tie the net up, and I'm 5'11". Your kids definitely won't filp out of it!\n\nWe assembled this trampoline in about 3 hours. It was pretty self-explanatory except for one thing - I can't remember if the instructions say this, but make sure you put the enclosure support bars up BEFORE you install the springs. The net is hooked to the mat, and the enclosure loops that you tie the net to the bars with have to line up with the enclosure bars. We put the springs on first, then the enclosure setup, and the loops on the net did not meet the top bars no matter how we did it. We were able to rig it without taking the whole thing apart, but ideally we should have done the bars first.


Size Matters

Experience told me that it really makes a difference to have a larger trampoline. I did a lot of looking (for a 16 foot trampoline) before I settled on this one. Most places won't sell anything larger than a 12 foot trampoline for less than $400. The cheapest 16 foot trampoline I could find was almost $700. Here I am getting a nice large trampoline for a medium sized price.\n\nIt it appears to be a good quality product. (I don't plan to write a review after three years of use when I can prove that.) The setup of the trampoline only took 45 minutes - setting up the net took another hour but I was a bit distracted by the kids on the trampoline.


great product, minor problem with the padding

The product is exactly as advertised. 15' is a huge size, and the kids love it. The assembly was a breeze, the instructions pretty clear.\n\nOnly problem I have is with the foam padding/sleeves on the uprights. About a day after assembly, six of the twelve sleeves have melted. I'm guessing that there was a reaction to the oily packing substance on the springs or even on the uprights themselves (which got on my hands during assembly, and then could have transferred to the foam). I didn't see any warning in the assembly instructions about avoiding contact... I wrote to the manufacturer and asked them to send replacement foam sleeves.\n\nIn the meantime, I would strongly recommend that you wash your hands thoroughly after assembling the springs, and before touching any other parts -- in case that's truly the cause.


Warning

My kids (7 and 16) love this trampoline, it was fairly easy to install with no major complications as long as you follow the instructions closely. During the last windstorm a gust blew the trampoline out of our yard and nearly 1000 feet into the woods behind our house. It ended up in a tree...needless to say, though the jumping surface is intact, several of the frame pieces snapped and will need to be replaced. I highly recommend anchoring the trampoline firmly to the ground. This is our first trampoline, so I hadn't considered the possiblity that it was light enough to be carried on the wind. There were no wind warnings on the box or in the instructions either.


Safe, LONGLASTING fun for kids and adults

We purchased this trampoline online and had it delivered to our local store. That was over 3 years ago. It has made it through 2 BRUTAL winters and some incredible Oklahoma springtime storms. We live in a very rural area, and our backyard has many trees, which aids in wind reduction. It is incredibly safe and the durability is simply amazing. Our boys are 7 and 9 now, and have spent the last 3 years jumping and bouncing their bodies against the netting (as it is a boys job to test things to their limits). The only drawback we have found is the padding faded and tore after the first winter. A little blue 300 mile per hour tape (duct tape) and it's as good as new and has been for almost 2 years. We set a sprinkler on the ground underneath it and turn it on during our hot summers and the boys bounce for hours at a time! With the netting, it's enjoyable for them to sleep on it during the camping season. This trampoline is an incredible buy and is very reasonable in price for the family fun it has given us. We plan to purchase another just like it when this one finally wears out.


HELPFUL HINT (REPEATED)

The tall bars that support the safety net enclosure fasten to the top of the net at one specific small hole location. It would be best if you fastened the tall bars to the net first and then assembled the tall bars to the trampoline frame. You should do this prior to assembling the 96 springs that attach the jumping pad to the frame. If you attach the 96 springs first then you may have a situation where the small holes at the top of the net do not line up with the tall bars! If you do have this situation then you will need to disconnect all of the 96 springs and rotate the jumping pad until the holes at the top of the net do line up with the tall bars. If the small net hole does not line up with the tall bar then you will not be able to fasten the net to it! This is all due to the fact that the net is attached to the jumping pad at the 96 positions where the springs attach to the jumping pad. it is similar to a button on a shirt.


Solid Trampoline Combo

I just recently purchased this combo. It shipped very fast and I had it up and assembled in a matter of a couple of hours. You will need help to get it all together. We have had it about a week and so far it seems like a very solid and well built trampoline. It seems like a very good value for the money. The one thing that is a bit confusing is that the parts and pieces are not labeled very well. So take some time to lay everything out and figure out what is what before you assemble.


Good Product / Excellent Customer Service!

We purchased our trampoline on walmart.com about a year or so ago and our son & his friends love it! The trampoline itself is very sturdy and well made & its great to have the\nnet enclosure for safety reasons. We have not had any problems, except for the\noutter pad that covers the springs around the trampoline. Recently we noticed that the pad was beginning to fray badly and in some areas, the fabric was ripping, exposing\nthe pad itself. I emailed Skywalker's customer service and filled out the\npaperwork online that they requested. I asked for a replacement pad, due to the\ncondition ours was in (due to no fault of ours) and the short time in which we\nowned the trampoline. I received a response in a very timely manner and after a\nreview of the damage claim paperwork I submitted, they agreed to send us a\nreplacement pad at NO charge, which I received just a few days later. Needless\nto say, I am very pleased with the manner in which this was handled and will\ngladly do business with them again!


GREAT

I HAVE 4 KIDS TWO TEENS AND TWO UNDER 6\nTHEY ENJOY IT VERY MUCH THE ENCLOUSER IS PERFECT, THE SHIPMENT WAS READY FOR PICK UP 6 DAYS FROM WHEN I ORDERED IT... THE LADDER IS A MUST....ALL THE KIDS GET IN IT A THE SAME TIME NO PROBLMES, ALSO TWO ADULTS AND TWO KIDS WORK WELL TOO...


Awesome Trampoline! Kids love it :)

Normally I don't write a review but I spent a lot of time researching which trampoline to buy and for those of you on the fence don't hesitate on this one. First off, all those reviews that people complain about the manual being poorly written, I have no idea what they are talking about. I was able to put this together all by myself by just reading the instructions - if you follow the instructions you will have no issues, don't skip ahead, just go step by step. I debated on the 14' or the 15' and I'm very happy I went with the larger one. The bigger the mat area the better the bounce and I love that the enclosure is on the inside of the pad so there is no one risking chance of getting hurt on the springs. We have lots of wind where we live so we put concrete blocks on the legs to help weigh it down, it has been thru a couple severe storms with no damage. Our kids are 10 & 8 and there is plenty of room for more to jump at the same time without falling into each other. Happy kids = Happy Mom :)


Love it!!

This was the second Skywalker we bought. Our daughter loved the first one and jumped on it so much it wore out in about 4 years. This one was a foot bigger and seemed to me much more improved over the first one we bought. Very easy to put together and we had it done in about 3 hours. We reallt like that the enclosure was already attached to the jump mat. It make it sooooo much easier to put up the enclosure. Our now 13 year old daughter is very, very happy she has her trampoline back and I am sure when he is a little older our 8 month old will love it too!! Great product! Well worth the money!!!


Great Trampoline!

We have had this trampoline for over 2 years and it is still holding strong. I have a 6 foot 5 inch teenage boy, two teen girls and two smaller kids who jump on it all the time. Not to mention ALL the neighborhood kids come over to play on it. This trampoline is WELL worth the money. I am now looking to replace the net (neighborhood kids like to hang on it while jumping.. irritating), but that's it. This trampoline has been the best toy we have bought for our family.


Low quality spring cover pad

The trampoline is not bad but the spring pad just started falling apart after two summers of use ( see photos). The pad is not made to stand up to the weather. I take the trampoline down every winter so the summer sun destroyed the pad in just two summers. I looked into buying a new pad but Skywalker wants $115 for a replacement, that works out to about $60 a year for maintenance, ON A TRAMPOLINE! I contacted the company and they told me sorry, there is only a 90 day warranty. If I would have noticed there was only a 90 warranty, I would not have purchased this trampoline. If a company can't offer more than a 90 day warranty, stay away.


Enjoyed for over a year now.

I wrote a review a year ago regarding set up. There are some tips others wrote worth noting so read them before you set your trampoline up. It seems like the directions missed a step regarding when to put the blue protective tarp/net up. It also really helped having one tall, strong assistant.\n\nWe've had our trampoline up for 13 months now. Our climate ranges from temps over 100F in summer to 2 feet of snow and well below zero temps in winter. We also have incredibly strong winds. We've staked it on occassion but it has never blown without stakes. It's used nearly every day. All functional/safety features are in great shape & it still looks brand new. The blue tarp is very worn out at the trampoline entry site, but it's fine everywhere else and has not yet worn all the way through. The net prevents you from contacting the springs when you jump/fall so the tarp merely serves to keep water off the springs.\n\nWe are so glad we upgraded to the 15 foot size. The increased weight limit allows dad and kid to jump together, or mom plus 2 kids, and everyone can stay on their own side. Still, the trampoline is light enough for one person to pull it to another part of the yard for mowing purposes.


Great Trampoline, A Helpful Hint

The trampoline is great - sturdy, and the enclosure keeps the kids nice and safe. The net keeps the kids away from the springs and they have more than enough room to bounce. 15' is seriously huge, make sure you measure your backyard! We have a big yard and this thing still looks enormous. The enclosure net/bars are so tall that I had a hard time reaching the top to tie the net up, and I'm 5'11". Your kids definitely won't filp out of it!\n\nWe assembled this trampoline in about 3 hours. It was pretty self-explanatory except for one thing - I can't remember if the instructions say this, but make sure you put the enclosure support bars up BEFORE you install the springs. The net is hooked to the mat, and the enclosure loops that you tie the net to the bars with have to line up with the enclosure bars. We put the springs on first, then the enclosure setup, and the loops on the net did not meet the top bars no matter how we did it. We were able to rig it without taking the whole thing apart, but ideally we should have done the bars first.


Size Matters

Experience told me that it really makes a difference to have a larger trampoline. I did a lot of looking (for a 16 foot trampoline) before I settled on this one. Most places won't sell anything larger than a 12 foot trampoline for less than $400. The cheapest 16 foot trampoline I could find was almost $700. Here I am getting a nice large trampoline for a medium sized price.\n\nIt it appears to be a good quality product. (I don't plan to write a review after three years of use when I can prove that.) The setup of the trampoline only took 45 minutes - setting up the net took another hour but I was a bit distracted by the kids on the trampoline.


great product, minor problem with the padding

The product is exactly as advertised. 15' is a huge size, and the kids love it. The assembly was a breeze, the instructions pretty clear.\n\nOnly problem I have is with the foam padding/sleeves on the uprights. About a day after assembly, six of the twelve sleeves have melted. I'm guessing that there was a reaction to the oily packing substance on the springs or even on the uprights themselves (which got on my hands during assembly, and then could have transferred to the foam). I didn't see any warning in the assembly instructions about avoiding contact... I wrote to the manufacturer and asked them to send replacement foam sleeves.\n\nIn the meantime, I would strongly recommend that you wash your hands thoroughly after assembling the springs, and before touching any other parts -- in case that's truly the cause.


Warning

My kids (7 and 16) love this trampoline, it was fairly easy to install with no major complications as long as you follow the instructions closely. During the last windstorm a gust blew the trampoline out of our yard and nearly 1000 feet into the woods behind our house. It ended up in a tree...needless to say, though the jumping surface is intact, several of the frame pieces snapped and will need to be replaced. I highly recommend anchoring the trampoline firmly to the ground. This is our first trampoline, so I hadn't considered the possiblity that it was light enough to be carried on the wind. There were no wind warnings on the box or in the instructions either.


Safe, LONGLASTING fun for kids and adults

We purchased this trampoline online and had it delivered to our local store. That was over 3 years ago. It has made it through 2 BRUTAL winters and some incredible Oklahoma springtime storms. We live in a very rural area, and our backyard has many trees, which aids in wind reduction. It is incredibly safe and the durability is simply amazing. Our boys are 7 and 9 now, and have spent the last 3 years jumping and bouncing their bodies against the netting (as it is a boys job to test things to their limits). The only drawback we have found is the padding faded and tore after the first winter. A little blue 300 mile per hour tape (duct tape) and it's as good as new and has been for almost 2 years. We set a sprinkler on the ground underneath it and turn it on during our hot summers and the boys bounce for hours at a time! With the netting, it's enjoyable for them to sleep on it during the camping season. This trampoline is an incredible buy and is very reasonable in price for the family fun it has given us. We plan to purchase another just like it when this one finally wears out.


HELPFUL HINT (REPEATED)

The tall bars that support the safety net enclosure fasten to the top of the net at one specific small hole location. It would be best if you fastened the tall bars to the net first and then assembled the tall bars to the trampoline frame. You should do this prior to assembling the 96 springs that attach the jumping pad to the frame. If you attach the 96 springs first then you may have a situation where the small holes at the top of the net do not line up with the tall bars! If you do have this situation then you will need to disconnect all of the 96 springs and rotate the jumping pad until the holes at the top of the net do line up with the tall bars. If the small net hole does not line up with the tall bar then you will not be able to fasten the net to it! This is all due to the fact that the net is attached to the jumping pad at the 96 positions where the springs attach to the jumping pad. it is similar to a button on a shirt.


Heavy but relatively easy to assemble

If I had read all of the directions first, we would not have had to put this up twice. If you purchase this trampoline be certain to read ALL the directions before starting to place the trampoline onto the base. There were four adults assembling it and it was realtively easy - especially since we had to assemble it twice! It seems to be a great value and seems very sturdy. You do need to purchase the ladder and tie down bars separately or the trampoline will bounce off the ground so be certain to order them as well. The boxes are very heavy. Just remember to read all the directions before you begin placing the trampoline springs onto the base. The opening must be placed in a specific place on the base.


Great Product!

After doing a lot of research on different trampolines and doing a lot of price checking, this product was by far, the best one out there for the price. It took a buddy and I one hour to assemble. It was delivered within two days of placing the order and my family has been using it easily three or four times a day. I highly recommend this particular trampoline to anyone.


worth the money

My daughter loves this trampoline. It took two people to set it up. You have to remember to put the door between the two legs like the directions says or it won't come out right. Enjoy


Great once assembled, read directions carefully.

We put together up to the final step and then realized we put step one together wrong. We had meticulously put on all 96 springs then had to take them all off. We had to take off the spring cover that I had double knotted into place all the way around. Why? Because my husband didn't notice in the photo of step one, that every other leg pole junction was supposed to have a sleeve/space on the outside for the enclosure support poles. It should be space for support pole, regular T junction, space for support pole, regular T, all the way around. The instructions don't mention this and the photos are very small and it's hard to notice this detail. Be careful. Other than that, it seems great. I'll update in a few months to report how it is holding up.


Nice product, easy assembly

I was able to assemble most of this myself in a few hours. I needed my husband's help with the last 15-20 (out of 96) springs and to help get the enclosure net set up.\nHere are a few tips/comments:\n1). The enclosure net comes already hooked to the bouncing mat (yeah!)\n2). Before anchoring the enclosure net bars, make sure the spring pad is in place and aligned (notches in spring pad get aligned with enclosure net bars).\n3). I recommend getting a trampoline ladder and stake-downs at the same time you purchase the trampoline. There is an accessory pack you can buy which has the ladder, stake-downs and a storage sack that hangs from the trampoline and holds shoes, socks, etc. The stake-downs are very important as the trampoline will get swept up in the wind and will crash to the ground & get destroyed.\n4). Trampoline comes in 2 extremely large boxes.\n5). Enjoy your trampoline! My kids and the neighbor kids have been jumping on it for hours! :)\n\nThanks Walmart for the free shipping!


poor reliability;doesn't hold up

After 18 months this trampoline is worn out. Florida weather for the pad is one thing but the welds of the frame are breaking. $300 and 18months later it is a throwaway!\nIt doesn't hold up for a 14 year old, a 6year old and a four year old. the one year warranty isn't helpful as the manufacturer will not bend on the 12 month warranty .Junk!!!!!!!!!!!!


Solid Trampoline Combo

I just recently purchased this combo. It shipped very fast and I had it up and assembled in a matter of a couple of hours. You will need help to get it all together. We have had it about a week and so far it seems like a very solid and well built trampoline. It seems like a very good value for the money. The one thing that is a bit confusing is that the parts and pieces are not labeled very well. So take some time to lay everything out and figure out what is what before you assemble.


Good Product / Excellent Customer Service!

We purchased our trampoline on walmart.com about a year or so ago and our son & his friends love it! The trampoline itself is very sturdy and well made & its great to have the\nnet enclosure for safety reasons. We have not had any problems, except for the\noutter pad that covers the springs around the trampoline. Recently we noticed that the pad was beginning to fray badly and in some areas, the fabric was ripping, exposing\nthe pad itself. I emailed Skywalker's customer service and filled out the\npaperwork online that they requested. I asked for a replacement pad, due to the\ncondition ours was in (due to no fault of ours) and the short time in which we\nowned the trampoline. I received a response in a very timely manner and after a\nreview of the damage claim paperwork I submitted, they agreed to send us a\nreplacement pad at NO charge, which I received just a few days later. Needless\nto say, I am very pleased with the manner in which this was handled and will\ngladly do business with them again!


GREAT

I HAVE 4 KIDS TWO TEENS AND TWO UNDER 6\nTHEY ENJOY IT VERY MUCH THE ENCLOUSER IS PERFECT, THE SHIPMENT WAS READY FOR PICK UP 6 DAYS FROM WHEN I ORDERED IT... THE LADDER IS A MUST....ALL THE KIDS GET IN IT A THE SAME TIME NO PROBLMES, ALSO TWO ADULTS AND TWO KIDS WORK WELL TOO...


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