I have three boys who consider themselves as grown-ups already. But before they turned into matured individuals, we used to frequent play centers about eight to 10 years ago. And there, we would spend hours jumping, giggling, and running around. It was for them, the happiest place on earth.
There was one particular play area they spent a lot of their time literally jumping for joy – on the trampoline. It was such a delight seeing and hearing their laughter. And I remember feeling proud as I was able to capture the moment of them up in the air with their big grins.
Trampoline became a fad in the 1950s. And since then gives pure enjoyment to kids and even kids at heart. They would bounce on them for hours, applaud the highest jumper, and even laugh at the weakest one. Yes, one could easily set up a trampoline at home or in his backyard.
However, as responsible parents, we cannot compromise our children’s safety and just buy any trampoline available in the market. We need to do extensive research. We need to consider other details like weight capacity, spring durability, and stability of the materials among others.
Good thing Trampolinea came up with a complete guideline on what to consider before that big purchase. Trampolinea is – by far – the most comprehensive online source on trampolines. They made everything simple and straightforward by coming up with an infographic on “Things to Know Before Buying a Trampoline.” After reading it, I – for one – find it easier to choose the best trampoline for our needs.
So before you bounce and strive to reach the sky, how about read this easy-to-digest visual guide.
Comprehensive Trampoline Buying Guide
There is no doubt to the pleasure a trampoline could give a family. Seeing them bounce up and down is beyond any happiness. But again, prudence must be considered. And I quote Trampolinea, “there are quite a few things money can never buy, watching your parents, wife and siblings turn children again is one of them.”
Have I told you I have three boys who consider themselves as grown-ups already? I am now thinking of buying a trampoline. It might not only bring back good memories but bring that laughter I was so eager to hear every time we visit a play center years ago.