8ft Trampoline – 8 Of The Best

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For this post, I have put together a collection of the best 8ft trampolines currently available. See my kids trampoline buyer’s guide covering best buys, sizes, covers and safety advice.

Zero Gravity Ultima 4 8ft Trampoline

MY TOP PICK:
My top pick is the Zero Gravity Ultima 4 8ft Trampoline. because its extremely well built and receives outstanding reviews from parents Includes an excellent enclosure, ladder and has PVC padding that is thick and protects the trampoline from UV rays.


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Best 8ft Trampoline in Stock

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Zero Gravity Ultima 4 8ft Trampoline With Enclosure

  • Number 1 bestselling trampoline.
  • Excellent 20mm, padding made from PVC – this protects it from UV rays.
  • Maximum single weight of 75kg.
  • Includes trampoline ladder and enclosure.
  • Parents love this trampoline – 81% gave it 5 stars.
  • Scores an average of 4.7 out of 5 from 1,930 ratings.
  • Total diameter: 243cm | Height: 231cm | Jumping Area: 201cm | Spring Count: 42 | Number of legs: 6.
  • Arrives in two boxes.
  • Easy to assemble – can take between 2-5 hours depending if one or two of you.

Kanga Trampoline 8ft With Enclosure

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  • Includes ladder, closure along with an anchor kit.
  • Maximum single weight of 100kg – one of the strongest for its size.
  • Total diameter: 243cm | Height: 245cm | Jumping Area: 202cm | Spring Count: 48 | Number of legs: 3.
  • 14mm PE padding for UV protection.
  • No products found. give this trampoline 5 stars.
  • From 172 purchases this scores an average of 4.5 out of 5.
  • Common feedback are that its well made and excellent value for money.

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What Is The Best Cheap 8ft Trampoline?

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Is a 8ft trampoline big enough?

See my top tips on trampoline sizes guide.

This depends on the age of your children. The 8ft trampoline is on the smaller end of the scale but it’s ideal for smaller gardens and young children – aged 4-10 years old.

What age is an 8ft trampoline for?

As it’s on the smaller side as trampolines go the 8ft trampoline is best suited to those with children aged 4-10 years old.

If you have one child and they are say 9 years old then I’d recommend you go for a 10ft one as they will outgrow the 8ft one quite quickly. If you have three children aged 6, 9 and 12 I would not recommend the 8ft trampoline as the two older ones have outgrown it or soon will! A 10ft trampoline would last you for at least another 5 years.

If you have a young child then an 8ft trampoline can be an excellent option – they can be ideal for children as young as 4 years old and they will have many years of fun use ahead!

What is the weight limit for an 8ft trampoline?

The maximum weight for single use varies across all sizes, including 8ft trampolines.

I strongly recommend you refer to the manufacturer’s information.

One of our top picks has a max load weight of 75kg and this a common amount. You can find ones that have a load of 100kg or more. Think about the future weight of your children. Choosing the right trampoline does get a bit more complicated when you have two or more children.

I hope this list of the best 8ft trampolines was helpful.

If you think I left any out that should be included or have a suggestion for a future article, let me know in the comments below.

Nicola

Buyer’s Guides & Best Buys

  • Trampoline For Kids Guide
  • 8ft Trampoline
  • 12ft Trampoline
  • Rectangle Trampoline
  • Trampoline Cover Guide
  • 6ft Trampoline
  • 10ft Trampoline
  • Toddler Trampoline
  • Trampoline Sizes Guide

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