Large Rectangular Trampoline Guide

f you have a larger space in your garden and perhaps have older children you may find that a 7ft x 10ft rectangular or oval trampoline isn't quite big enough.

The trampolines we are looking at in this guide are very big so if you need something a little smaller you can read our rectangular trampolines guide which looks at smaller models.

Big rectangular trampolines off the very highest specs available in the world of trampolines. They have the biggest bounce mat areas, the most springs and the thickest frames.

The trampolines we will be examining in this guide vary from 10ft x 14ft to having 12ft x 17ft frames. You will need to provide about a foot to a foot and a half clearance round the trampolines to allow the user to get on and off safely. It is also worth considering that should the bounce stumble and lean back on the net it will bulge out slightly. For this reason you need to make sure there is a suitable amount of space round the parimeter of the trampoline

The table below will look at five different models of trampolines, many of which come in two different sizes. This will give you an idea of the model that will best suit your needs.

10ft x 14ft Trampolines



Trampoline Brand Skyhigh Rebo Base Jump Jumpking Jumpking Deluxe
Skyhigh Orbisphere Trampoline Brand Jumpking Trampoline Brand 10ft x 14ft Jumpking Trampoline 10ft x 14ft Jumpking Trampoline Delluxe
Shape Rectangular Rectangular or Oval Rectangular Rectangular
Number of Springs 120 Springs 72 Springs 104 Springs 104 Springs
Spring Length 210mm (104) and 180mm (16) 180mm 180mm 210mm
Frame Tube 50.8mm ??? (Not Listed) 57mm 57mm
Surround Pads 25mm thick (PVC) 20mm thick (PVC ) 20mm thick (Vinyl ) 25mm thick (PVC )
Maximum Weight 140kg 100kg 140kg 140kg
Warranty 10 years on frame, 1 year on other parts 1 year on all parts 10 years on frame, 2 years on pad and net, 1 year on other parts 10 years on frame, 2 years on pad and net, 1 year on other parts


Skyhigh, Jumpking and Jumpking Deluxe also do a slightly larger variation of their 10ft x 14ft trampolines; 10ft x 17ft for Skyhigh and 12ft x 17ft for both Jumpkings.

10ft x 17ft and 12ft x 17ft Trampolines



Trampoline Brand Skyhigh 10ft x 17ft Upper Bounce 10ft x 17ft Jumpking 12ft x 17ft Jumpking Deluxe 12ft x 17ft
Skyhigh Orbisphere Trampoline Brand Jumpking Trampoline Brand 10ft x 14ft Jumpking Trampoline 10ft x 14ft Jumpking Trampoline Delluxe
Shape Rectangular Rectangular Rectangular Rectangular
Number of Springs 144 Springs 108 Springs 144 Springs 144 Springs
Spring Length 210mm (116) and 180mm (28) 180mm 180mm 210mm
Frame Tube 50.8mm ??? (Not Listed) 57mm 57mm
Surround Pads 30mm thick (PVC) ??? (Not Listed) 20mm thick (Vinyl ) 25mm thick (PVC )
Maximum Weight 140kg 226kg 140kg 140kg
Warranty 10 years on frame, 1 year on other parts ??? (Not Listed) 10 years on frame, 2 years on pad and net, 1 year on other parts 10 years on frame, 2 years on pad and net, 1 year on other parts

10ft x 14ft Skyhigh Rectangular Trampoline and 10ft x 17ft Skyhigh Rectangular Trampoline


Moving up size in the Skyhigh Rectangular trampoline is the 10ftx14ft, the smaller twin model of the Skyhigh 10ft x 17ft.

Pros
  • 120 or 144 springs of two different lengths which attach to the mat and outer frame. This ensures a great bounce with the most springs available at this size
  • Outer frame structure which supports a very high 140kg weight limit
  • Cons
  • The footprint of the trampoline is made slightly larger by the outer frame design so you will need to accommodate for the 11.5ft x 14ft real size of the trampoline with the 10ft x 14ft or 12ft x 17ft with the 10ft x 17ft

  • Rebo Base Jump 10ft x 14ft Oval and Rectangular Trampolines


    Rebo have two separate trampolines available in 10ft x 14ft: one which is oval and another which is rectangular. They share the same key specifications so it really depends on which shape will fit in better to the space in your garden

    Pros
  • Net tucks on the outside of the pads creating a larger bouncing area
  • Eye catching curved pole design
  • Cons
  • For a trampoline of this size we question if x72 180mm springs will generate enough kinetic energy to lead to an exciting bounce
  • 100kg weight limit is lower than both the Jumpkings and Skyhigh which have a 140kg weight limit

  • Upper Bounce 10ft x 17ft Rectangular Trampoline


    An American company, Upper Bounce make large rectangular trampolines in a variety of bright colour schemes.

    Pros
  • A very good weight limit of 226kg, however please bear in mind that weight limits are simply listed by what the trampolines have supposedly been tested too. At a glance there is no vastly superior engineering in the Upper Bounce compared to the Skyhigh or Jumpking trampolines that mean it can support almost double the weight.
  • Cons
  • In our opinion x108 180mm springs won't generate a particularly exciting bounce
  • The thickness of the frame is not disclosed so it is difficult to get a read on the structure of the trampoline

  • Jumpking and Jumpking Deluxe 10ft x 14ft and 12ft x 17ft


    Jumpking have two tiers of large rectangular trampoline available: standard and deluxe. The deluxe upgrades the thickness of the pads from 20mm in to standard to 25mm and also the 104 springs from 180mm in length to 210mm

    Pros
  • Both have a 140kg weight limit which is very high
  • You have a choice of a more green colour scheme in the standard or black for the deluxe
  • Cons
  • In order to have a bounce comparable to the Skyhigh you need to upgrade to the deluxe model which has a far higher RRP


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