I’m often saying how amazing trampolines are for getting your kids outside and as such one of the first buying guides I wrote on this site was about the best trampolines for kids. I’ve had such amazing feedback from that post that I wanted to make more in depth reviews of the best items that are around right now. So to start off – here’s my Kanga Trampoline review for you – keep an eye out for more in depth reviews coming soon.
Buying a trampoline can feel like a big investment especially with the safety concerns that come along with the purchase. My advice is to stick with the bigger brands who have a presence on the internet and many reviews around rather than unknowns.
Our Kanga Trampoline Review
When looking for a good brand of trampoline, Kanga is right up there with the best. I like them for a number of reasons but the fact that they are so well thought of and have a tonne of good reviews out there on the internet also helps a lot!
The trampolines come in a variety of sizes from the smallest which is 6ft all the way through to a 12ft (and with 8ft and 10ft trampolines in between!) so no matter what your requirements, there’s sure to be a size that will suit you. 10ft is my preferred size which will last all the way in to the teenage years so if you can go that far then I recommend that! 6ft tends to be fine for just one child but it might be outgrown quickly and I often see many people regretting getting such a small one – of course it depends on your available space too.
|Safety Enclosure Height
|Max User weight
Kanga 6ft Trampoline
Kanga 8ft Trampoline
Kanga 10ft Trampoline
Kanga 12ft Trampoline
The main reason why I recommend this trampoline is that it comes with all you’ll need so great if you don’t want to shop around for separate accessories as you’ll see:
High quality materials
The Kanga trampoline is made from UV resistant PE materials which means that if it’s out in the sun a lot (and let’s face it, it won’t be likely to be brought in!) it won’t weaken the item. The frame is made from high quality galvanised steel which again will make it last a long time. Trampolines are such an investment, even if you want a cheap one, you’ll want it to last a long time!
Lots of Safety Equipment included
A safety net is one of my must have additions to a trampoline as it can stop any accidents from children veering too close to the edge of the trampoline and falling off. The Kanga trampoline comes with a safety net as standard so there’s no need to buy a separate one which increases the cost or might make you question whether to get it or not.
Ground anchors are also included which are another must have in my opinion, especially once your kids get a bit older and heavier. Better to have them at the start to save from any movement in the trampoline that might cause and accident.
Specs and Features of the Kanga Premium Trampoline
- Comes in different sizes – 6ft, 8ft, 10ft and 12ft
- max user weight – 120kgs
- meets all EU safety regulations
- safety net enclosure included
- shoe bag included
- anchor kit
- winter cover
As you can see, with this model of trampoline you’re getting all that you need for one price. You don’t need to worry about adding on other accessories which then bumps up the price – what you see is what you get. For me, this is a big plus! You get the safety enclosure, the ladder, the anchor kit as well as a cover which is great for keeping it looking good and as such lasting a long time!
Overall, if you’re looking for a good quality trampoline that will be delivered direct to your door and be easy to put up, you won’t go far wrong by looking at the Kanga Trampoline. It’s a great budget option too so if cost is a worry then you’ll get a lot for your money with this one.
Reviews from around the web (I like to find out what everyone else thinks!) are generally extremely positive too – many citing that it’s a great value item which is really easy to assemble.