Updated 15 Dec 2017

Vuly

Thunder Medium

Bottom line: This enclosed soft-edge springless trampoline is easy to assemble and use. It failed 3 major safety tests for structural integrity and pinch or crush hazards.

Thunder Medium
Consumer score
49
Avg price

$1499

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Test results

Overall score
Just OK
49
Performance
Poor
4.0/10
Ease of use
Good
7.0/10

Good points

  • Passed all impact tests, giving the user good protection from impacts against the frame, mat and enclosure.
  • Easy to assemble with good instructions.
  • Easy to use.
  • Easy to enter and exit - the overlapping sash entry means it can't be used with the entrance open.
  • Easy to relocate.

But

  • Failed 3 major safety tests: the frame failed a structural integrity test and there are hazards from pinch or crush points.
  • Failed 1 minor safety test.
  • This soft-edge springless model has a different feel to traditional designs; the bounce is focused in the centre of the mat and feels softer. There is relatively little bounce at the edges of the mat.

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 - soft edge
Spring or rod type
Metal
Avg price
$1499
Major failures
3
Minor failures
1

More test results (/10)

Instructions
7.0
Assembly
7.0
Entry/exit
7.0
Relocation
7.0

Specifications

Diameter tested
10 feet (3.05 meters)

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Notes
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