Make it a classic Kiwi summer with the fantastic Superfly Trampoline.
Superfly Trampolines have been designed in New Zealand for Kiwi kids aged 4 to 94. Quality, 180mm springs and rigid construction mean your tramp will keep performing for years to come and, more importantly, you’ll get more airtime than you’ve ever had before.
The jumping mat is UV resistant and has been specifically designed to handle whatever the unpredictable New Zealand weather can throw at it. All our models are constructed from galvanised steel to avoid any annoying rust, so they’ll stay nice and safe as the years go by.
Superfly tramps are specifically tested to be the safest on the market. The dense, durable PVC foam mats fit securely around the perimeter to keep bouncers well away from the springs. The strong, flexible safety net is designed to carefully catch any unexpected bounces that go the wrong way. It has a tightly woven knotless weave that won’t catch small fingers or toes. The net also connects to the base of the jumping mat making Superfly tramps almost impossible to fall out of. The padded net poles are curved to create a safe distance from the net and keep everyone inside the bouncing area. We’ve also included a handy ladder to help those younger bouncers get in and out of the net, and a shoe bag to keep shoes tidy while the kids are jumping.
This 14ft model is our largest entry-level trampoline, with plenty of room for the kids – and those big kids too.
Don’t forget to check out some of our awesome accessories to make sure your tramp really is the flyest one on the block. Make some memories with your family this summer, order your Superfly tramp today!
• Durable, UV-resistant polypropylene jumping mat
• Big 180mm springs for extra bounce
• Waterproof, UV-resistant, fade-resistant PVC safety mat
• Strong terylene fibre safety net
• Easy to assemble – illustrated instructions included
• Flexible, padded safety net poles
• Ladder & shoe bag included
Frame construction: Galvanised steel
Spring dimensions: 180mm long
Number of springs: 88
Frame height: 85cm
Frame tube: Ø42mm
Net height: 180cm
Safety mat thickness: 15mm
Weight rating: 180kg
• 5 Years frame
• 3 Years jump mat
• 1 Year spring pad, safety net and springs
Carton 1: 171 x 38 x 12cm
Carton 2: 171 x 38 x 12cm
Carton 3: 116 x 45 x 27cm
Carton 4: 62 x 21 x 14cm
Adult assembly required. Adult supervision recommended. Not suitable for children under 3 years.
Good product dicey instructions
about 1 month ago2018-06-02 19:40:26
This was built with 4 blokes (a recipe for disaster maybe?) the product is great but the instructions are laughable, and none of us could make sense of them nor understand the very blurry black images.
4 months ago2018-03-28 21:19:54
The pictures with the instructions are blurry and pretty much useless. The engineering is slightly off and I needed to file down some inside some of the tubing as a ridgeline was left inside meaning the tubing wouldn't slide together. This trampoline is far from perfect but the kids say its good and bouncy so they are happy and in the end thats all that matters.
6 months ago2018-01-03 20:51:36
Very happy children this Christmas. My only issue was the pictures on the instruction manual weren’t that clear. Other then that everything is great. Thanks
6 months ago2018-01-03 19:33:09
Great product so far, only put up Christmas Day looks great quality and kids are loving it! Would definitely recommend
6 months ago2018-01-03 19:00:03
Great tramp kids love it great quality
6 months ago2018-01-03 18:59:45
The trampoline arrived quickly. It was my son's Xmas present. We put it up easily within 1 and a half hours. My son is really pleased with it. He reckons it's really bouncy. I'm pleased with the product.
You Get What You Pay For
5 months ago2018-03-02 07:28:14
This is an adequate tramp for the price, but lacks the bounce of the Max Air that we were replacing. Be aware it is an 88 spring model - the difference between our previous 96 springer and this was significant. The springs were also somewhat smaller than the springs on the old tramp, which probably gave it less bounce. We also felt the net was a bit flimsy - one of the clips tore off while we were attaching it to the springs. The whole thing seems to shake a lot while in use, though time will tell how solid it is. With the benefit of experience, we'd probably have coughed up a bit more for a tramp with more spring in it.