Zupapa Safety Enclosure Net Trampoline, 15-Feet

Last updated date: August 3, 2020

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Zupapa Safety Enclosure Net Trampoline, 15-Feet

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Overall Take

There's no risk of sliding in between the trampoline and its springs when you opt for the Zupapa Trampoline. This model has a no gap jumping mat and a screened enclosure for added safety. Another reason this trampoline receives high marks is its TUV certification, which is one of the highest certifications available. In our analysis of 33 expert reviews, the Zupapa Zupapa Trampoline placed 7th when we looked at the top 18 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

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Expert Summarized Score
3 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
627 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
If you are looking for a trampoline for a group of youngsters or even a few adults, this model offers features and an exceptional weight limit that will provide long-lasting fun.
- BestReviews
The extra-high, zippered net enclosure is a great start on kid safe jumping, because even on a trampoline with extra bounce, most adults will still not be able to jump high enough to get over the 72” safety net.
- Trampoline Review Guide
When it comes to added value, Zupapa blows their competitors out of the water. While most trampolines will require additional purchases for their use, everything is included here. The enclosure, ladder, cover, safety pad, and even a shoe bag are included with your purchase.
- Trampolinify
What experts didn't like
Their biggest complaint is that it is a little difficult to put together and that the included instructions are not that easy to understand.
- Trampoline Review Guide
The nuts and bolts are of lighter construction, which means they may come loose sooner than heavier nuts and bolts. It’s a good idea to routinely tighten nuts and bolts on a frequently used trampoline every three months to assure that everything is operating to maximum safety standards.
- Trampolinify

From The Manufacturer

2019 the new Zupapa Trampoline employs upgraded techniques and technology to make products have a longer life. Hot-dip galvanizing process makes the Zupapa trampoline frame and net pole last for decades. UV absorber uv-9 was added to material, pad、mat and net, to extend the trial life to two years. Hot-dip galvanization is a form of galvanization. It is the process of coating iron and steel with zinc, which alloys with the surface of the base metal when immersing the metal in a bath of molten zinc at a temperature of around 840 °F (449 °C). When exposed to the atmosphere, the pure zinc (Zn) reacts with oxygen (O2) to form zinc oxide (ZnO), which further reacts with carbon dioxide (CO2) to form zinc carbonate (ZnCO3), a usually dull grey, fairly strong material that protects the steel underneath from further corrosion in many circumstances.

Overall Product Rankings

Skywalker Spring Enclosure Trampoline, 10-Feet
6. Skywalker Spring Enclosure Trampoline, 10-Feet
Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 1
Zupapa Safety Enclosure Net Trampoline, 15-Feet
7. Zupapa Safety Enclosure Net Trampoline, 15-Feet
Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 3
Little Tikes Trampoline, 3-Feet
10. Little Tikes Trampoline, 3-Feet
Overall Score: 8.8
Expert Reviews: 0
Skybound Safety Net & Top Ring Trampoline, 15-Feet
12. Skybound Safety Net & Top Ring Trampoline, 15-Feet
Overall Score: 8.7
Expert Reviews: 4
Bounce Pro Safety Enclosure Net Trampoline, 12-Feet
13. Bounce Pro Safety Enclosure Net Trampoline, 12-Feet
Overall Score: 8.6
Expert Reviews: 1
Sportspower My First Trampoline, 7-Feet
16. Sportspower My First Trampoline, 7-Feet
Overall Score: 8.2
Expert Reviews: 0
Merax Enclosure & Basketball Trampoline, 14-Feet
17. Merax Enclosure & Basketball Trampoline, 14-Feet
Overall Score: 7.7
Expert Reviews: 0
Little Tikes Climb ‘N Slide Trampoline, 7-Feet
18. Little Tikes Climb ‘N Slide Trampoline, 7-Feet
Overall Score: 7.6
Expert Reviews: 1

An Overview On Trampolines

For a family, a trampoline can be a great backyard addition. The kids will have hours of fun during the warm months of the year, and the physical activity will be good for them. If you have gymnasts in the family, you may see the trampoline as a useful practice tool. The Skywalker 15’ even adds on a basketball hoop for those who have future NBA stars in the family.

But choosing a trampoline goes beyond merely finding the model that will offer the most fun. In addition to prioritizing safety, durability is an important factor to consider as well. A frame of galvanized metal will ensure your trampoline withstands many years of active use. You should also consider the material of the jumping mat since it will endure plenty of abuse as well.

As for safety, some trampolines go beyond standard safety regulations to provide torqued enclosure poles to hold the net of the trampoline in place. Though all of the modern trampolines on the market are relatively safe, Skywalker’s trampolines have a frame that makes it a little less secure.

You should also consider the size of trampoline you’ll need. While a smaller trampoline is perfect if you have limited outdoor space, it’s also worth considering the inconvenience of a smaller jumping area. You may purchase the 12’ Skywalker model, for instance, only to upgrade soon after when you realize the first trampoline simply isn’t large enough.

Although you can pay for expert assembly on some trampolines, it’s an extra expense that some consumers may want to skip. If you plan to put it together yourself, you’ll want to look for a trampoline that’s easy to assemble. The Skywalker trampolines are easiest to put together when compared to the others. However, if you’re leaning toward another trampoline, going for expert assembly may be worth it.

DWYM Fun Fact

Trampolines were invented in 1936, inspired by trapeze artists and the safety nets that keep them safe. The first trampoline was made of scrap steel and inner tubes, and the inventors tried the trampoline out before taking it on the road with the Iowa Hawkeye Circus. Once the tour was complete, they decided to mass market their trampoline, and it quickly began to take off. The name came from the Spanish word trampolin, which means “diving board.” Today’s trampolines come in a variety of sizes, from the mini versions seen in many workout gyms to the large outdoor structures in many backyards. Many cities now offer trampoline parks, where kids can bounce for hours in large spaces.

The Trampoline Buying Guide

  • Even with all the other factors, there’s no denying that the jumping experience itself should be a top priority. The PapaJet’s highly responsive mat makes it perfect for those who want to practice gymnastics. However, the Skywalker 15’ includes a basketball hoop to give you something more to do than just jump.
  • No matter how enjoyable the jumping experience, you’ll want to make sure you have a trampoline that will last. The Skywalker trampoline has a galvanized steel construction to keep the entire unit sturdy through years of jumping. PapaJet’s construction is galvanized metal, but most notable is its padding, which is better than typically seen on trampolines.
  • Chances are, your children’s safety is a top priority. Be sure to consider all the safety elements of a trampoline before you invest.
  • Unless you pay extra for expert assembly, putting the trampoline together will fall on you. All of the trampolines have issues in this area. The assembly of the Skywalker trampolines is fairly straightforward, but the instructions can be confusing. Other models may be more complicated, with assembly requiring at least two people and clocking in at more than three hours.
  • Since these trampolines vary in size, that will likely be a determining factor. The Skywalker 12’ version is the smallest for outdoors, so if you’re dealing with a small backyard, that might be a clear choice. The other trampolines are 15 feet in size.
  • Cost varies widely among trampolines as well. No matter which one you choose, you’re sure to find a trampoline to fit your budget.
  • If you do have a problem with your trampoline, you’ll want to know you can have it taken care of. Check for a warranty before you make your purchase.