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Pure Fun 12' Trampoline and Enclosure Combo EXPIRED

calistyle 48,495 October 13, 2012 at 01:24 AM in Sporting Goods (5) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 10-13-2012 at 08:31 AM View Original Post
Amazon has Pure Fun 12' Trampoline and Enclosure Combo for $124.52 with free shipping. Thanks calistyle

Note, Usually ships within 6 to 9 weeks.

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Pure Fun 12-Foot Trampoline and Enclosure Combo [amazon.com]

$449.99
$124.52 + Free Shipping *Lowest Price*

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#31
I lied, I ended up with 6. 4 ready to ship and 2 expected to ship in December.
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#32
Quote from calistyle View Post :
pure fun 12-foot trampoline and enclosure combo [amazon.com]

$449.99
$124.52 + free shipping *lowest price*

dead??
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#33
Damn. I was looking forward to breaking my neck.
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#34
Quote from drsketch View Post :
Last BF I believe walmart did a decent trampoline for cheaper than this.

$158 plus tax last year for a 14ft trampoline that ended up being recalled.
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#35
Let me start this post with the fact that I love jumping on trampolines. So, props to the deal. People have heard the medical field discuss all the concussion and spinal injuries. Fwiw, I would add that, as a kids dentist, I get way more facial and dental trauma from trampolines than from sports. --And WAY more kids play sports than jump on trampolines. The danger risk increases exponentially when a second person is on it with the first. Each additional kid raises the risk. Unfortunately, jumping solo isn't as fun. Also, some home-owners insurance policies don't cover trampoline injuries ever, some require a trampoline-rider fee, and some cover them under a normal policy. It's worth a call to the company. A neighbor who works in insurance claims said they regularly order satellite images of a home from the previous month whenever they suspect trampoline injuries could have caused the claim. That said, I let my kids use my brothers trampoline, but I am glad none of their local friends have one.
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#36
As a pediatrician I agree with hermey. Lots of broken bones and other injuries from these things. chances are if you have one your home owners insurance will not cover anything related to it.
http://www.aap.org/en-us/about-th...+not+valid

http://pediatrics.aappublications...l.pdf+html
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#37
I'm 33. I've jumped on trampolines, my brothers, cousins, my kids, etc. Never any injuries, just don't be stupid about it and make sure you have a decent enclosure. Trampolines aren't meant to just let your kids go out and jump on it without supervision either. Make sure you have rules, number 1 being NO PUSHING and no double bouncing without warning or if someone asks you to stop.

Be smart.
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#38
...awesome! My great uncle ate bacon and smoked a pack of cigarettes every day and never had heart disease, high blood pressure, lung cancer, or emphysema. He lived to 90.
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...awesome! My great uncle ate bacon and smoked a pack of cigarettes every day and never had heart disease, high blood pressure, lung cancer, or emphysema. He lived to 90.
I'm just saying, out of the 20+ people I have known and jumped on trampolines with, we never got injured, neither have anyone of my cousins, or my kids and we jumped on them nearrly every day. We had one, neighbors had one, grandparents had one, uncle had one. Seemed like everyone had one.

This wasn't much of an issue until recently, and it has more to do with parents just kicking their kids out the back door, saying "go play on the trampoline" and not paying any attention to how they were acting on them.

There are smart ways to jump on a trampoline and have lots of fun and there are stupid ways to jump on them. Just saying...
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I'm 33. I've jumped on trampolines, my brothers, cousins, my kids, etc. Never any injuries, just don't be stupid about it and make sure you have a decent enclosure. Trampolines aren't meant to just let your kids go out and jump on it without supervision either. Make sure you have rules, number 1 being NO PUSHING and no double bouncing without warning or if someone asks you to stop.

Be smart.

Right.

My daughter bounced OFF the trampoline because my husband put it together one day and was going to put the net together the next day. Well, he let them bounce on it, 2 at a time without the net... and she broke her arm. It happens. Wouldn't have happened if my husband hadn't turned it into a 2 day project.

2 weeks later, we were at Chuck E Cheese. My older daughter was walking when some kid ran into her... her head hit the edge of the trash can... she had to have a dozen staples in her head. Maybe we should close Chuck E Cheese down?



Proper safety procedures can prevent most trampoline accidents. And the other times... well, life just happens.
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I'm 33. I've jumped on trampolines, my brothers, cousins, my kids, etc. Never any injuries, just don't be stupid about it and make sure you have a decent enclosure. Trampolines aren't meant to just let your kids go out and jump on it without supervision either. Make sure you have rules, number 1 being NO PUSHING and no double bouncing without warning or if someone asks you to stop.

Be smart.

Echo that. Red 5 standing by.
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Quote from HelloKittyFan View Post :
Right.

My daughter bounced OFF the trampoline because my husband put it together one day and was going to put the net together the next day. Well, he let them bounce on it, 2 at a time without the net... and she broke her arm. It happens. Wouldn't have happened if my husband hadn't turned it into a 2 day project.

2 weeks later, we were at Chuck E Cheese. My older daughter was walking when some kid ran into her... her head hit the edge of the trash can... she had to have a dozen staples in her head. Maybe we should close Chuck E Cheese down?



Proper safety procedures can prevent most trampoline accidents. And the other times... well, life just happens.
sounds like your kids are clumsy

I'm just kidding
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#43
Quote from msadrakula View Post :
sounds like your kids are clumsy

I'm just kidding

LOL! I think it all happened at once because we were going on vacation... so of course one kid has to have a cast and another staples. But hey, I did okay - only half my kids were injured. LOL!
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Quote from HelloKittyFan View Post :
Right.

My daughter bounced OFF the trampoline because my husband put it together one day and was going to put the net together the next day. Well, he let them bounce on it, 2 at a time without the net... and she broke her arm. It happens. Wouldn't have happened if my husband hadn't turned it into a 2 day project.

2 weeks later, we were at Chuck E Cheese. My older daughter was walking when some kid ran into her... her head hit the edge of the trash can... she had to have a dozen staples in her head. Maybe we should close Chuck E Cheese down?



Proper safety procedures can prevent most trampoline accidents. And the other times... well, life just happens.
No, we should be banning those trash cans from being in kid's places.

Just kidding, just kidding. But to your point, yes, life happens. We can't go around blaming products for everything that happens. I broke my arm skateboarding, my elbow rollerskating (yes I dated myself), my ankle sprained from playing soccer, stitches in my head from wooden trucks getting thrown at me, stitches near my eye from an iceball, been in a motorcycle crash, etc etc etc.

Do we blame all that stuff and start banning it and saying it's not safe?
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#45
...understood. I just want to raise awareness that it's not just spine, neck and concussion issues. The "life just happens" random thing can really suck. One 13 year old girl, jumping solo, had a strange landing, hit the net and had her two front teeth ripped out when they caught on the safety net. They couldn't find the teeth in the grass. <--here's your denture...see an adult dentist for her implants, around age 18.> Or an 8 year old, jumping solo, had a poor landing and hit his mouth on his own knee and broke his upper front teeth off at the gumline. <--see an oral surgeon...come back for your denture...see an adult dentist for his implants around age 18.> I could go on. If I get into injuries with 2 jumpers, it gets much, much worse. --I am just glad oral surgeons can reposition bones with titanium plates, and that plastic surgeons are good at scar revision surgery.
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