Jumpking oval trampolines were first introduced in 2007 and they have changed the trampoline market place. Being oval in shape, they tend to fit more easily in the average rectangular British garden.
Though we do not recommend it, we are aware that many customers allow more than one user at a time. In this instance, an oval trampoline is better suited than a traditional round trampoline as each user has their own jump area.
Jumpking Oval trampolines were launched in 2007 with there initially only being the one size, the 15ft x 10ft Classic Oval. This proved to be so popular that in 2008 Jumpking introduced its little brother, the 11.5ft x 8ft Classic. This quickly out-sold the larger size trampoline. In 2010 Capital Play asked Jumpking to produce some further oval models, so we are now delighted that we can also offer our customers a 13ft x 9ft Oval and also, all 3 sizes are available exclusively through us in a Deluxe specification, with longer springs, better padding and other extras not found on the Classic range of Jumpking trampolines.
We are also one of only a handful of Authorised retailers of Springfree trampolines, who also offer an oval shape. Though Springfree trampolines are more expensive than Jumpking ones, they are well worth considering as they do have a lovely bounce and are built to a very high quality.
Though it is not recommended to allow more than one user on a trampoline at a time, we are aware that many customers do allow this. If you are intending to allow more than one child on at a time, it is well worth looking at oval trampolines. On a traditional round trampoline, the user is pulled towards the middle, but this is not the case with an oval trampoline. An oval trampoline has two ends to it, so users can bounce well apart from each other.