Whether you’re looking for a new heavy duty trampoline with enclosure for your backyard or a heavy duty mini trampoline for exercise, here are the top 5 heavy duty trampolines that you can choose from!
ExacMe Trampoline All-in-One Combo Set
The Trampoline All-in-One Combo Set by ExacMe has a price range of $220 up to $496, which will depend on the size of your choosing.
The sizes available are from 8’ all the way up to 16’. Regardless of the size, all trampolines are certified by the TUV, tested by the GST, and have UV approval.
Each size comes with a full net enclosure, a safety pad, and a ladder, as well as 6 W-shaped legs, 12 balanced contact points, and steel brackets.
This design has proven to be stronger and more safe when compared to trampolines with 4W or 5W legs. However, 8’ models only use 3W legs and 10’ models use 4W legs.
The frame is constructed from galvanized steel for heavy duty stability and heavy gauged 7” springs, both resistant from rust.
For models over 12’, the weight limit is a category-leading limit of up to approximately 400 pounds.
The enclosure netting extends higher than the majority of heavy duty trampolines out there, also made of high density PE material. The wide-tooth zippers ensure that they will last and won’t jam.
The Fitness Exercise Trampoline by ANCHEER is a cheap heavy duty mini trampoline, coming in at only $93. It has a foldable design with a 40” jump surface that can be folded over, making it easy to carry and even easier to store.
The balance handle has an approximate 36” foam handle for added balance, perfect for performing poses and keeping proper posture.
It’s supported by a total of 8 legs made of 8” steel with rubber tips, and a PP jumping mat that allows you to bounce higher than a typical exercise trampoline.
It has a maximum weight limit of up to 300 pounds with 40 stainless steel springs, designed for super elasticity and a longer life.
Included is a thick oxford cloth material abrasion that protects your feet from the metal frame and the springs.
Upper Bounce Rectangular Trampoline With Fiber Flex Enclosure
The Rectangular Trampoline With Fiber Flex Enclosure by Upper Bounce is priced between $630 to $700, depending on the size you choose. 8×14’, 9×15’, and 10×17’ are the available sizes, at this time of writing. For this review, we’ll be focusing on the 9×15’ model.
The frame is constructed using heavy duty steel, coated in black for color, for added durability.
The socked are welded onto the frame to hold the poles for the upper area of the net enclosure, which prevents twisting of the frame and adds a better connection for the overall construction.
The jumping mat is made using premium PP mesh with 8-row stitching for less wear and tear over a period of years.
It has a maximum weight limit of up to 500 pounds, mostly thanks to the rust-resistant, heavy duty galvanized springs.
Like the previous Upper Bounce heavy duty trampoline, this one also uses the no-gap enclosure netting system with dual zippers and the latch clips to match.
The safety pad is also foam and 1” thick, as well.
The Fiber Flex enclosure system runs through the enclosure’s top ring, enhancing the look of the entire trampoline.
Just like before, this section will give you a close look at the top 3 heavy duty trampoline accessories, which help maximize the life of and enhance your heavy duty trampoline in important ways.
Pure Fun Heavy Duty Trampoline Ground Anchor Kit
Every heavy duty trampoline needs heavy duty trampoline anchors.
The Heavy Duty Trampoline Ground Anchor Kit by Pure Fun is incredibly cheap, priced at approximately $19. There are a total of 4 anchors in the kit.
The anchors are an extra wide size with a total width that fits most brands and models of trampolines, typically with a leg base of up to 3”.
They are crafted from rust-resistant galvanized steel that hold up well against the weather elements and are sure to last for years.
Their tapered ends go effortlessly into the ground, with hooks that prevent the stakes from backing out once inserted. The flat, welded surface makes striking them with a hammer as easy as possible to do.
Even though heavy duty trampolines tend to cost more than a typical trampoline, they are worth their weight in gold when it comes to being worth the investment.
They last a heck of a lot longer than a traditional, weaker trampoline will.
FAQ About Heavy Duty Trampolines
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Are heavy duty trampolines better than regular trampolines?
Yes, they most definitely are. Heavy duty trampolines have increased weight limits, are made of stronger materials, and last much longer than your standard, regular trampoline will.
Are there any heavy duty exercise trampolines?
Absolutely. Where indoor trampoline exercises are concerned, they are well worth the investment and will last much longer than a weaker one designed for the same type of use.
If you want to see one for yourself, feel free to scroll up to our heavy duty trampolines section to view one.
Are heavy duty trampoline replacement parts cheap?
Typically, you can easily find cheap replacement parts for heavy duty trampolines on your own, but you can also view some of what we have above in our top heavy duty trampoline accessories review section to get an idea of what replacement parts you will probably need in the future.