The Giantex trampoline combo is available in twelve feet, fourteen feet, fifteen feet, and sixteen feet options. In our product review we decided to take a closer look at the sixteen-foot model. This is one huge trampoline. Aside from the large jumping surface, one of the best things about this model is the detachable portable ladder and safety enclosure, which is crucial for younger jumpers.
- The spring pad is made from a waterproof, highly durable, thick foam that offers reinforced protection against impact. The poles are made from heavy-duty galvanized steel.
- This trampoline features a max weight capacity of 375 pounds, which is perfect for families with more than one child.
- The net enclosure measures in at a little over seventy inches high, which provides the perfect level of safety. All of the frame pipes and tubes are rust-resistant. Unfortunately, the enclosure poles aren’t curved for extra safety, but they are covered in soft PE sleeves.
- The enclosure is made from tough polyethylene and is very dense. You can exit or enter through a large zippered opening.
- Unlike the Zupapa TUV approved trampoline, this model doe not include a rain cover.
You’ll find a total of ninety springs that give the trampoline a satisfying bounce, although it does lack that type of wow effect that more expensive models offer. On the plus side, it won’t launch smaller jumpers sky-high, which makes it a very safe option for younger jumpers.
The trampoline’s mat is pretty basic and is the standard issue you’ll find on most models in this price range. Yet the mat is also weatherproofed which means if can be left outdoors year round. This type of durability is perfect if you live in a climate that enjoys mild winter weather.
The included user’s manual clearly walks you through the assembly process, which is short and sweet.
This is a lightweight model that makes it easy to move from place to place.
The ladder is a nice addition. Typically, manufacturers sell ladders separately, so this definitely added some value to this package. The ladder is also full height, unlike other trampoline ladders which are usually just one or two steps.
The biggest downside we came across with this model was how it was packaged. Because the trampoline is so large, the parts will arrive in separate boxes, at different times. The instructions also weren’t very well thought out.
The instructions don’t list which size screw goes with what part, so the assembly process can be incredibly frustrating. Considering the size of this beast, we don’t recommend this trampoline if you’re tight on yard space.