Updated 15 Dec 2017

Lifespan

10 foot Hyperjump Plus

Bottom line: This enclosed trampoline is OK to assemble and use. But it failed 5 major safety tests for structural integrity, impact hazards, pinch and crush points, and possible head entrapment.

10 foot Hyperjump Plus
Consumer score
34
Avg price

$330

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Test results

Overall score
Poor
34
Performance
Extremely poor
2.0/10
Ease of use
OK
6.7/10

Good points

  • OK to assemble with good instructions.
  • OK to use.
  • Easy to enter and exit through the zipped opening.
  • Easy to relocate.

But

  • Failed 5 major safety tests: the frame, mat or enclosure failed a structural integrity test, there are impact hazards for the user, there are pinch or crush points, and there is a possibility of head entrapment inside the enclosure.
  • Failed 1 minor safety test.
  • This trampoline comes in 2 large and heavy boxes which take 2 people to handle.

How we test

We assessed trampolines based on the Australian standard, AS 4989:2015.

Overall score is based on performance (70%) and ease of use (30%).

Performance is based on the number of major and minor failures found with the trampoline.

Ease of use score is based on:

Instructions (30%)
Assembly (30%)
Entry and exit (30%)
Relocation (10%)

Avg price is from a December 2017 survey.

Key data

Model

Springless
Yes
Spring or rod type
Elastic
Avg price
$330
Major failures
5
Minor failures
1

More test results (/10)

Instructions
7.0
Assembly
6.0
Entry/exit
7.0
Relocation
7.0

Specifications

Diameter tested
10 feet (3.05 meters)

More Info

Notes
Available in 10 ft and 12 ft models.