There’s nothing quite as exhilarating as jumping on a trampoline. But if your first thought is safety when you think of trampolines, you aren’t alone.

That’s where Springfree Trampoline comes in. Not only are they a blast to jump on, they make one of the safest trampolines money can buy. Here’s why you should put one on your family holiday shopping list:

  • It’s the safest trampoline on the market. Minimize risk of injuries, thanks to the hidden frame and mat rods that replace traditional metal springs. In other words the hard edges are removed from the jumping surfaces! A FlexiNet enclosure keeps children from falling off.
  • It’s the world’s first SMART trampoline. The mat has four sensors that connect wirelessly to your tablet, and the sensor can track your moves. That means your jumpers (and you) can be the stars in your own interactive games. Choose from a variety of games and apps for the whole family—including fitness and educational games—encouraging families to jump together for active play.
  • An investment that will last. The Springfree Trampoline is so well made, it will stand the test of time, making it an ideal gift for the entire family for years to come.


Save up to $847 when you buy a Springfree Trampoline. Visit their Issaquah Springfree store today to snag the deal.

What are you waiting for? Hop to it!

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Hear What Other Parents Are Saying:

“Awesome. The feeling of feeling safe is a great feeling as growing up my parents never let us have a trampoline because of how NOT safe they were.”
— NSK via Amazon
“We bought the medium oval in January and love it! I feel this is much safer for my 4-year -than the ones we used to jump on with the gaps/springs everywhere.”
— Jenny T. via Yelp
“We purchased the S113 Springfree Trampoline this summer and it is one of the best purchases we have made for our family. Our two energetic boys (2 & 4) absolutely love using it and so do my husband and I! As a parent, I feel comfortable with my little ones jumping and knowing they won’t fall off or hurt themselves on springs. Plus, our neighbors appreciate how quiet it is.”
— Anonymous