Jump ZoneThe Jump Zone 12 ft Round Trampoline and Enclosure with Dunkzone Hoop features a heavy-duty galvanized steel fame with a 6-leg design.Jump Zone 12 ft Round Trampoline and Enclosure with Dunkzone Hoop
Bounce away those long summer days on the Jump Zone 12 ft Round Trampoline and Enclosure with Dunkzone Hoop. Made with a heavy-duty galvanized steel frame and a 6-leg design, this stable trampoline boasts a 12-foot round jumping mat, polyethylene mesh enclosure netting and 25-millimeter foam padding for safe bouncing. Plus, the included Dunkzone hoop lets you and your friends enjoy an exciting twist on basketball.
Features and Benefits
Heavy-duty galvanized steel frame with a 6-leg design offers stability
12-foot round bouncing surface
72 springs provide plenty of bounce
Polyethylene mesh net enclosure with rust-resistant galvanized steel poles
25-millimeter foam padding on the poles adds safety
Zippered entrance offers easy in and out
Meets ASTM safety standards
Important Product and Safety Information
Proposition 65 warning for California residents: WARNING - This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Manufacturer warranty - general:
90 days limited
Manufacturer warranty - parts:
12 months (frame)
Assembly Required Flag:
Maximum weight capacity (lb.):
6 years and up
Number of springs/bands:
What's in the Box
Jump Zone 12 ft Round Trampoline and Enclosure
Dunkzone basketball hoop
Rated 5 out of
Excellent.I bought it for my son 10 years old and he is so happy playing with it
Date published: 2017-10-10
Rated 4 out of
Good Price, Good ProductJust bought this 2 days ago so not really sure about quality/durability but it seems good so far. The price was awesome, other trampolines of this size cost a lot more. Kids love it.
This was my first time putting one together, so not sure how my experience compares. Everything was there, but the instructions sometimes left out tiny details and the pics in the diagrams did not always match up. For example, when attaching the bottom of the netting to the trampoline it is laced through the mat's spring attachments. The diagram made it look as though there were actual eyes in the bottom of the netting. In reality there were tiny gaps in the netting. And the instructions made it seem that every gap was threaded when this would have caused it to not be aligned with mat - the spacing did not match up. Of course I figured it out. The entire assembly took about 4.5 hours, working alone.
But for the price I am very happy.