Consumer NZ have just released findings of their NZ trampoline survey, with Springfree being the only brand they recommend from the brands they tested.

Only the Springfree had no major safety failures. The other 6 either failed structural tests, didn’t protect the user from impact on the frame or enclosure, or had dangerous head entrapment problems or pinch points.

Amongst trampolines tested, a number of prominent brands that are promoted as being designed for safety were shown not to be. Consumer found:

Jumpflex Classic 10ft

Failed 4 major safety tests: the frame, mat or enclosure failed a structural integrity test, there are impact hazards for the user, and there are possible pinch or crush points.

Vuly Thunder medium

Failed 3 major safety tests: the frame failed a structural integrity test and there are hazards from pinch or crush points.

Consumer NZ general manager business, Derek Bonnar, said the Springfree is the only model Consumer NZ is recommending from the seven trampolines in its latest test.


Most trampolines dangerous, Consumer NZ says - Otago Daily Times
Majority of trampoline models have major safety problems - Consumer NZ - TVNZ 1 newsnow
Six out of seven trampolines fail safety tests - Consumer NZ - Stuff
Most trampolines unsafe, Consumer NZ says - NZ Herald

Learn more about why Springfree is the safest

Read the Consumer NZ report here

If you purchased a trampoline brand that didn’t pass the Consumer NZ safety testing, we’d like to offer you an option.

Send us a copy of your receipt, and we’ll give you the upgrade deal of $300 off the RRP of a Springfree trampoline, plus a free hoop – total savings $499! Offer expires 1st Feb 2018. T&Cs apply.