Last Updated On March 12th, 2019

Trampolines used to be just for children. You probably have fond childhood memories of leaping about with friends after school, but nowadays trampolines are more popular than ever. In recent years, people have viewed trampolines as a fun, yet effective piece of exercise equipment which can help you lose weight and tone muscle while bouncing around in your garden. But if you and your family want to jump on this trampolining trend, you must buy the best trampoline in the UK first!

In this article, we have rounded up the top 10 trampoline reviews in the UK, so you can find the perfect one for your needs. Happy bouncing!

Our Favourite Trampolines Compared

Editor's Choice
10ft Zero Gravity Ultima 4 High Spec Trampoline with Safety Enclosure Netting and Ladder
Safest Trampoline
Kanga 8ft Premium Trampoline with Safety Enclosure, Net, Ladder and Anchor Kit (8ft)
Best 8ft Trampoline
We R Sports Trampoline With Safety Net Enclosure Ladder Rain Cover 6ft, 8ft, 10ft, 12ft, 14ft, And 16ft
Best For Kids
Trampolin.one by Ultrasport Outdoor Trampoline Promo, Kids Trampoline, Gardentrampoline Complete Set Including Jumping Sheet, Safety Net and Edge Cover, Blue, 183 cm
Zero Gravity Ultima
Kanga Premium
We R Sports
Ultrasport Kids
Diametre
6ft / 8ft / 10ft / 12ft / 14ft
6ft / 8ft / 10ft / 12ft
6ft / 8ft / 10ft / 12ft / 14ft / 16ft
6ft / 10ft / 12ft
Height
200 - 270 cm
180 cm
120 cm
200 cm
Maximum Weight
50 - 100 kg
120 kg
180 kg
100 kg
Editor's Choice
10ft Zero Gravity Ultima 4 High Spec Trampoline with Safety Enclosure Netting and Ladder
Zero Gravity Ultima
Diametre
6ft / 8ft / 10ft / 12ft / 14ft
Height
200 - 270 cm
Maximum Weight
50 - 100 kg
Safest Trampoline
Kanga 8ft Premium Trampoline with Safety Enclosure, Net, Ladder and Anchor Kit (8ft)
Kanga Premium
Diametre
6ft / 8ft / 10ft / 12ft
Height
180 cm
Maximum Weight
120 kg
Best 8ft Trampoline
We R Sports Trampoline With Safety Net Enclosure Ladder Rain Cover 6ft, 8ft, 10ft, 12ft, 14ft, And 16ft
We R Sports
Diametre
6ft / 8ft / 10ft / 12ft / 14ft / 16ft
Height
120 cm
Maximum Weight
180 kg
Best For Kids
Trampolin.one by Ultrasport Outdoor Trampoline Promo, Kids Trampoline, Gardentrampoline Complete Set Including Jumping Sheet, Safety Net and Edge Cover, Blue, 183 cm
Ultrasport Kids
Diametre
6ft / 10ft / 12ft
Height
200 cm
Maximum Weight
100 kg

Best Trampoline Reviews – Top 10 Picks

1. Zero Gravity Ultima (Editor’s Choice)

Zero Gravity UltimaIf you’re looking for a high-quality trampoline with an enclosure that will provide hours of high-bounce fun then this trampoline by Zero Gravity is our clear favourite.

Features

The netting is internal, so you won’t have to worry about your children getting injured by landing on the frame whilst playing. The netting enclosure also has a unique quick-release function that allows you to easily collapse it when necessary. This fold away trampoline is perfect for keeping the trampoline protected from the elements and prevents sneaky children from playing while unsupervised.

This trampoline is super-strong, too. It has a weldless frame for extra durability, while the thick safety padding is covered with PVC to resist the elements like colour bleaching by the sun.

Although assembly takes a while and you could do with some basic household tools to make it a little easier, this trampoline rates highly for both fun and safety. It is available in a variety of sizes, so you’re sure to find one that’s ideal for your child, yourself or your family.

The only real negative we found is that the instructions lack a little clarity. This means it can take you a while to set up if you’re not too handy with DIY. On the whole, this trampoline is an excellent choice that is both spacious and durable.

Pros:
  • Available in a wide range of sizes
  • Strong frame thanks to the patented weldless frame system
  • PVC coated, thick safety padding
  • Safety netting with a quick release system
  • EN71 certified ensures strength and durability
Cons:
  • Can take a while to set up
  • Instructions could be clearer
  • Needs other tools than those provided for assembly

2. Kanga Premium (Safest Trampoline)

Kanga PremiumIf safety is your number one priority, then you should consider the Kanga Premium Trampoline, our top pick for safety.

Features

Not only is this trampoline fully certified, meeting CE, GS, TUV and EN71 safety standards, it also comes complete with a safety netting enclosure and an anchor kit to keep the trampoline in place.

This Kanga Premium Trampoline is available in a variety of sizes so you’ll be able to pick one that’s right for your needs and outdoor space. Its galvanised tubes and rain cover ensure a long lifespan while the little extras such as the ladder and shoe bag, make it easier and more pleasant to use.

Whilst this was the safest rated trampoline in our selection, we noticed that the safety padding was thinner than other models. Assembly is not over complicated. However, the instructions could be much clearer as fitting the ladder into place is quite a challenge. On the whole, this fully-certified trampoline is a great investment for plenty of outdoor fun.

Pros:
  • Comes complete with enclosure, net, ladder and in-ground anchor kit
  • Fully certified for safety (CE, GS, TUV and EN71 compliant)
  • Galvanised tubes for extra durability
  • Rain cover and shoe bag included
  • Available in a variety of sizes
Cons:
  • Assembly instructions somewhat hard to follow
  • Difficult to fit the ladder into place
  • Padding could be thicker

3. We R Sports (Best 8ft)

We R SportsComplete with ladder, rain cover and a safety net with enclosure, this is our choice for the best 8ft trampoline.

Features

This garden trampoline by We R Sports is a good model that has been designed to last, thanks to its galvanised legs and springs, as well as its closed cell foam material that prevents water absorption and deformation. As the included rain cover cannot be used without removing the net safety enclosure, it suitable for storage purposes only.

This trampoline is a great choice for the whole family, adults included. On the other hand, you may have some problems with how the spring cover fits if it gets a lot of use. As with many other trampolines, the instructions are rather difficult to follow, although assembly itself is not complex. It is available in a variety of sizes for all different ages, weights and garden sizes.

Pros:
  • Available in six different sizes
  • Comes complete with ladder, rain cover, safety net and enclosure
  • TUV, GS, EN71 and CE approved
  • Closed cell foam will not absorb water or deform
  • Galvanised springs and legs for extra durability
Cons:
  • Cannot use rain cover with safety netting
  • Instructions lack precision and clarity
  • Spring cover does not fit great

4. Ultrasport (Best For Kids)

Ultrasport KidsIf you’re looking for the best trampoline for kids, then this trampoline by Ultrasport is an excellent choice.

Features

It has a lower-than-average height. Since it is close to the ground, it is easier for young children to get on and off without a ladder. The included safety net enclosure helps to keep young ones safe when jumping, while the padded net posts and edge cover help to keep them protected. This trampoline is available in a choice of sizes, so you can pick one that is a good fit for your family and needs.

The Ultrasport comes with a galvanised tube steel ring frame for extra durability, although there is no rain cover included in this set. Assembly is relatively straightforward, but you may find the instructions rather difficult to understand. Additionally, many people said getting the jumping mat set up can be quite a challenge.

On the whole, this is an excellent choice for small children thanks to its low height and padded safety enclosure bars. You may, however, wish to buy some extras such as a rain cover or an in-ground anchor kit to really complete this set.

Pros:
  • Low height – close to the ground so it’s easy for children to get on and off
  • Padded safety poles
  • Galvanised steel tube ring frame
  • Includes safety enclosure and edge cover
  • Choice of sizes
Cons:
  • No rain cover or in-ground anchor kit
  • Difficult putting on the jumping mat
  • Instructions hard to understand

5. Upper Bounce Rectangular (Best Rectangle)

Upper Bounce RectangularIf you’re looking for the best rectangle trampoline in the UK, then this model could be just what you’re looking for. Its spacious size and shape make it an obvious choice for larger families or aspiring gymnasts.

Features

Thanks to its top flex pole enclosure system, the safety netting is extremely durable and will stay put. The poles are also padded which makes this trampoline suitable for use by children of different ages. However, there is no ladder included so if you have younger children, they may struggle to climb on to the trampoline unaided.

This outdoor trampoline has been designed to last, thanks to its heavy-duty, powder-coated steel frame. The polypropylene jump mat has eight-row stitching to protect against wear and tear. Although the trampoline is advertised as being easy to assemble and disassemble, the initial assembly is in fact rather difficult. This is mainly down to the instructions which are missing certain sections.

Due to the larger size of the rectangular models, it is recommended that you attempt assembly with no less than two adults. Depending on your circumstances, this may mean waiting for assistance before you can start having fun.

Pros:
  • Top flex pole enclosure system
  • Heavy-duty coated steel for extra durability
  • Eight-row stitching on jump mat prevents wear and tears
  • Spacious rectangular shape
  • Protective safety pole padding
Cons:
  • Instructions miss certain assembly steps out
  • In reality, assembly requires two people
  • No ladder or rain cover included

6. Plum Kids Magnitude (Best 10ft)

Plum Kids MagnitudeKids Magnitude by Plum is our pick for the best 10ft trampoline. Complete with a galvanized steel frame and Tramp Klamp brackets, Plum has produced a premium quality trampoline that will stand the test of time.

Features

For added safety and security, the legs are secured with a push-button system, while the innovative 3G enclosure design protects users from the springs and frame while curving out to maximise space. As this trampoline is quite near to the ground, you shouldn’t need to purchase a ladder to use with it, unless you have very small children or children with special needs.

Unfortunately, it can be rather difficult to zip and unzip the safety enclosure, due to a design fault. This means that without careful use, the zip head is likely to break at some point. So either be prepared to carefully zip your children in and out, or you may have to replace the zip sooner than planned.

Assembly is not particularly complex, although, it can be a test of strength and endurance taking several hours to assemble. The finished result is a fantastic-looking trampoline that is sure to be popular with the whole family. It is available in four different sizes.

Pros:
  • Galvanised steel frame
  • Innovative 3G enclosure design maximises jump space
  • Close to the ground – so no need for a ladder
  • Legs secured with a push-button lock system
  • Tramp Klamp brackets provide added longevity and protection
Cons:
  • Safety enclosure zip faulty design
  • Need to be quite strong to complete construction
  • Can take several hours to assemble

7. Skyhigh Orbisphere (Best For Adults)

Skyhigh OrbisphereIf you want to find the best trampoline for adults in the UK, then take a look at the Orbisphere Trampoline by Skyhigh. This trampoline has 165mm long springs that provide an excellent bounce.

Features

This trampoline is not only for adults as children can enjoy it as well. Thanks to its thick-gauge steel construction, it is both durable and solid. The thick PVC sleeves that cover the top of the pads and the enclosure poles are designed to provide maximum protection from the elements, as well as looking good.

This trampoline comes with a safety net enclosure and a ladder. Unlike other models, the ladder has wide tread steps with honeycomb patterns, making it easy to use, thus reducing the risk of slipping. Full assembly instructions are included. However, be aware that assembly can take several hours. Note that this trampoline does not come with a rain cover, so depending upon your storage facilities, you may wish to buy one separately.

There is a slight issue with the enclosure zip. It lacks the durability found elsewhere on this product. However, with a little care and attention, this should only be a minor inconvenience. All in all, this outdoor trampoline is a good choice for adults and children alike, thanks to its high-quality solid base and longer springs that provide an extra bounce.

Pros:
  • Comes with safety enclosure and premium ladder
  • 165mm length springs
  • Thick-gauge steel construction
  • Pads and poles covered with thick PVC sleeves
  • Five-year warranty for the trampoline frame
Cons:
  • Fragile zip
  • Several hours to assemble
  • No rain cover included

8. Skyhigh Oval (Best 14ft Trampoline)

Skyhigh OvalThis oval-shaped trampoline by Skyhigh is a great choice for those who really enjoy trampolining as it doesn’t pull users into the centre, unlike traditional round-shaped trampolines.

Features

This trampoline has 180mm long springs for extra bounce. Thanks to these longer springs, you will have greater control over your landings as well as the height of your bounces.

Ultimately, this is what really makes this trampoline stand out. If you have children who enjoy gymnastics in particular, then this would be an excellent model to go for. Safety is also good, thanks to the top ring net enclosure system that keeps your child safely inside the jump area, even after a stumble or trip. The poles for the enclosure are padded with PVC protectors, which also serve to protect your trampoline against the elements.

This professional trampoline has a heavy-duty frame that comes with a 10-year manufacturer’s warranty for any frame-related issue. However, note that this trampoline has a maximum weight limit of 18 stone, meaning it will not be suitable for heavier adults or larger families.

You should also be aware that this model does not come with a ladder or rain cover included in the cost, although they can be purchased separately. Assembly is not especially complex, although it can be fairly time consuming and the diagrams included with the instructions lack precision and clarity. On the whole, a great choice for anyone who really enjoys trampolining and would like to experience a superior model.

Pros:
  • Oval form – doesn’t pull users into centre
  • 180mm springs are powerful
  • With a top ring enclosure system
  • Poles are padded with protective PVC
  • 10-year manufacturer’s warranty on the frame
Cons:
  • 18 stone weight limit
  • No ladder or rain cover included
  • Low-quality diagrams on assembly instructions

9. Plum 6ft Children’s (Best For Small Kids)

Plum 6ftPlum has designed this trampoline specifically for small children. So, if you’re looking for a trampoline for your little ones to allow them to increase in confidence as they learn to trampoline, then this model is what you’re looking for.

Features

Low in height and compact in size, even fairly young children will feel at ease with this trampoline. Note that you do not need to buy a ladder, thanks to its low height.

This children’s trampoline has a thick foam padding over the springs and frame. This provides added protection for your young ones, while the galvanised steel frame and zinc-coated springs are designed to provide extra longevity. The net safety enclosure will keep your child safely within the jump area, even when they fall or stumble.

While this is an excellent choice for small children, you should remember that this has a six stone weight limit. For this reason, if you have several children, or if you want to use the trampoline with your child, you will be better off considering another model on our list. For such a small trampoline, the assembly is a little drawn out at two hours with two adults.

Lastly, it’s important to note that this product does not come with any kind of protective cover and that it is likely to fade in colour considerably over time. If this is likely to bother you or your child, be sure to buy a cover.

Pros:
  • Thick foam padding over springs and frame for added protection
  • Galvanised steel frame for added longevity
  • Low height – close to the ground so it’s easier and safer for small children
  • Safety netting prevents falls
  • 36 high-quality zinc-coated springs
Cons:
  • Colour quickly fades without a cover
  • Six stone weight limit
  • Two adult assembly in two hours

10. Rebo Base Jump (Best 12ft)

Rebo Base JumpRebo Base Jump is our best 12ft trampoline and is a great choice for older, more adventurous children.

Features

If you have a number of children in your family, bear in mind that this model is only intended for use by children aged six years and older. This large trampoline has a thick padded protective edge and an improved Halo II safety enclosure. It keeps your children safe on the trampoline as it is rigid and extremely durable. Thanks to its large size and 72 springs, your children will thoroughly enjoy playing on this sturdy trampoline.

Rebo has designed this model to be extremely durable due to its galvanised steel frame complete with protective padding that also helps to protect against any weather damage. Sturdy and solid, this trampoline is a good investment that should last for many years to come.

When purchasing, be aware that the ladder is not included, although you could order one separately and the same goes with the rain cover. Assembly is average, although the instructions could be clearer. If you’re looking for a solid, durable trampoline for your family, then this model is a sound choice for older children who enjoy being active.

Pros:
  • 12-foot trampoline
  • Thick protective edge
  • Effective and improved Halo II enclosure
  • Galvanised frame tubing
  • 72 springs
Cons:
  • Not suitable for children aged under six years old
  • Ladder sold separately
  • Instructions could be clearer

What Should You Look For When Choosing The Best Trampoline in the UK?

a family on the trampolineGetting fit nowadays is more fun. Some people use inflatable kayaks to get some upper body workout done while others use folding electric bikes to go out and about. Trampolines are no different. They’re a great way to get in shape while having a fantastic time bouncing around. Now that we have looked at some of the best trampoline reviews on the UK market, you’re probably left wondering which one to choose.

In this section of our trampoline buying guide, we break down the different aspects to help you decide which is ideal for your needs.

1. Shape

a. Round Trampolines

Round trampolines are by far the most common shape on the market. Sizes range from between 6 to 16 feet across, so you should find it easy to source an appropriate size for your garden.

Round trampolines are the ideal choice if you are new to this activity. They are the most affordable and offer a good level of bounce, but aren’t too powerful for new users. The shape directs you to the centre of the trampoline as you bounce, so you are less likely to fly off, or land on the frame and hurt yourself.

For this reason, round trampolines are categorised as recreational and are considered the safest option for inexperienced users. It is also the shape you should consider when looking for trampolines for kids, especially smaller ones.

b. Square Trampolines

Square trampolines are a little more powerful than round trampolines. Due to the way the springs are located, this shape offers you a more intense bounce which is more suited to intermediate users.

Square-shaped frames have a higher steel gauge, so square trampolines are generally able to support more weight. Therefore, they’re the best trampolines for adults if you want to jump in and have fun with your children!

This kind of trampoline is usually more expensive, but they are also easier to fit into cramped gardens than round models. This makes them a good choice if you have little outdoor space to work with.

c. Rectangular Trampolines

Rectangular trampolines offer quality bounce of all styles of trampolines. The elongated edges allow the springs to act independently, so the user isn’t pulled into the centre of the mat with each leap.

This type of heavy-duty trampoline is viewed as the go-to shape for professional gymnasts and acrobats. This is because rectangular trampolines give users the highest bounce when compared alongside round and square-shaped options.

These long trampolines are the most expensive option too; so this style is better suited to more experienced trampoliners who will use it regularly.

d. Oval Trampolines

The largest trampolines on the market are oval in shape. Because of the sheer size of the mat, these trampolines will require the user to expend more effort to achieve a high bounce.

Because they are so big, this type of trampoline is better suited for parties or large families who want to jump together. Assembling an oval trampoline is also a little more complicated than other styles. The frame must be put together in a particular pattern to achieve the oval shape which can be time-consuming, especially if the trampoline is very large.

2. Size & Weight Limit

children playing on a trampolineTrampolines come in a variety of sizes which range between 6 and 16 feet. The sizing describes the diameter of the jumping area only, so factor in some extra width for the springs, frame and padding.

There are many cheap trampolines in the UK that give value for your money. Just decide which size trampoline is right for you, consider your available space, and how many people will be using it. A 6 ft wide trampoline is only suitable for safe use by one child at a time, whereas a 12 ft trampoline is suitable for multiple children (or parents and children) who want to jump together.

Essentially, the more people who want to use the trampoline at once, the larger it should be. You should also check the weight limit of the trampoline before buying and add up the weight of everyone who wants to use it. Bear in mind that wider trampolines are stronger but will also have taller netting and bases to account for the higher bounce.

3. Enclosure

Safety is very important when buying the best trampoline in the UK. The potential for injury is high if you fall over the edge, land incorrectly or hit bare framework when landing. Therefore, you should take care to supervise children and ensure you follow guidelines to keep safe.

All trampolines should come with netted enclosures to enhance safety, and the best trampoline brands will have high-quality safety features. By far, it is ideal to have an ‘internal enclosure’. This means that the user is protected from the springs and framework should they land at the edge of the trampoline.

The other kind is called an ‘external enclosure’. As the name suggests, this surrounds the trampoline at its external boundary, thus the springs and framework are contained within. External ones are still better than none at all, but the user will need to be careful not to land on the edges where they could get hurt.

4. Frame

When choosing the right trampoline, you should make sure the frame and support legs are made from galvanised steel. After all, these parts are responsible for the overall stability of the trampoline, so it is important that they are strong and of high-quality.

The best garden trampolines will have galvanised steel frames as they don’t rust and weaken in wet weather.

The frame should also be thickly padded with preferably weather-proof materials. This serves as an additional safety measure against bumps and falls during use.

Conclusion

Zero GravityWe think that all of those listed above would make fantastic choices for your garden, but out of all the trampoline reviews in the UK, our absolute favourite is the Zero Gravity Ultima.

This trampoline combines high-quality design with comprehensive safety measures, to make sure you and your family can enjoy bouncing around safely. The internal netting reduces the risk of injury from landing on the frame, and thick PVC coated padding protects against any bumps and bruises.

We also like how the net enclosure can be rapidly collapsed via the quick-release function. This feature is a great way to maintain control over when it is used, as well as keep the netting protected from the elements.

All in all, if you are looking for the best trampoline in the UK, we think you should look no further than the Zero Gravity Ultima Trampoline.

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