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What is Jumpfree and where did Jumpking go?

In 2005, Jumpking Inc. sold their name to an Asian manufacturer and the models common to stores like Walmart and Costco ceased to exist.  Offspring was the main source, in Canada, for those trampolines and their replacement parts…that has not changed.  Our brand has changed to Jumpfree but all of the replacement parts for the old Jumpking trampolines are still available and made by Jumpfree or Magic Circle.  Your trampoline is not obsolete if you fall into that category….check out our website for all your trampoline replacement needs.

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Why Magic Circle?

Why Magic Circle?

 

The purchase of an integrated trampoline system is an investment worth a close look.  Our trampoline system is designed for the safest, constant outdoor use with practically no maintenance, for years of family fun.  Trampolines help keep muscular tone, build balance and body control.  The Magic Circle trampoline system makes it safe for children BUT with a 450 lb. weight capacity, it’s for the WHOLE family!!

The Magic Cage was designed to provide the safe use of trampolines by children and easy assembly for parents.  The Magic Cage is easy to assemble – no tools required.  Sockets are welded to the legs to hold the cage uprights and cage is sewn to the mat making an easier assembly and safer trampoline.  Choose your size – from the 10’, 12’ and 13’6” ROUND or the large 16’ OCTAGON.  All have an excellent 10 year warranty on the frame plus a 5-year (1 year complete, 4 year prorated) on the mat/cage and springs.

Magic Circle Trampolines has been creating safe backyard fun for over 35 years – 100% Made in the North America.

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Why Jumpfree?

Why Jumpfree?

Jumpfree has the absolutely best enclosure on the market and attractively priced.  If it is going to promote “safety”, it should be a device that has a long life and well designed to accomplish its purpose. A lot of really bad merchandise is out there under the name “trampoline” and "trampoline enclosure".

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Replacing a Jumpfree/Jumpking Safety Net

 

This replacement net was designed to fit most 14 foot and 15 foot round trampolines that have 4 to 8 vertical poles, 2 to 4 arches, and have 6, 8, or 12 vertical leg sections. The net is easy to install and easy to remove and store for the off season.

The net has multiple attaching holes at the top and the bottom. The net comes with 24 straps. Up to 8 straps should be used to attach the net top to the poles or arches.

The net bottom attaches to poles or the "V" rings at the inside of the springs. Use at least 16 straps to secure the bottom.

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Autism & Trampolines

Trampolines Provide Rebound Activity for Special Children

Quality and Suitability Issues

The major retail chains have not offered rebound products that are designed for use with special needs children. The rebound quality is so low that nobody knew what quality rebound felt like. Furthermore, the typical small trampolines used for jogging exercise, so-called "joggers", are not suitable for rebounding jumping and for use by small children.  The smallest outdoor trampolines had improper bounce characteristics, and most standard trampolines were too large for practical indoor use.

Autism Trampolines are manufactured by the premier manufacturer of fine trampolines in the world today.  This line of trampolines was designed to meet the discriminating needs of the European market, and they currently are available only on a limited basis in North America.

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Care & Maintenance

 

Trampoline Maintenance

Your trampoline is manufactured using quality materials and is finely crafted to provide you and your family with many years of enjoyment and exercise. Proper maintenance and care will help prolong the life of the trampoline and reduce the possibility of injury. The following guidelines should always be observed:

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Jumpfree Universal Replacement Safety Enclosure Net
 - Generic Instructions

This replacement net was designed to fit most 14 foot and 15 foot round trampolines that have 4 to 8 vertical poles, 2 to 4 arches, and have 6, 8, or 12 vertical leg sections. The net is easy to install and easy to remove and store for the off season.

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How to Measure a Trampoline

How To’s of Measuring a Trampoline:

To determine size and style, measure the following:

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