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Written on: 06/04/2012
We bought this trampoline in 2007 and had problems from the off which the company refused to discuss, (Outdoor toys direct)wanting us to provide photographic proof and pay for returns! The padding disintegrated within weeks and we sourced a replacement elsewhere. Now the netting has gone and after failing to find a replacement elsewhere, due to the fact that they use 5 poles and everywhere else uses 6 or 8, I faced a spanish inquisition on the phone about when I had purchased the item. I said… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/03/2011
Bought a Mad Dash 10ft trampoline on line and can't remember where
The safety netting broke almost immediately and the padding ripped
I understand these were designed by Outdoor Toys Direct, when I contacted them to purchase a replacement net they informed me they would not supply as I may not have purchased the trampoline from them
Crazy situation… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/08/2009
I bought a 12ft Mad Dash Trampoline 1yr ago costing £209.99, this is the second summer using it. I have 3 boys, so it is used alot. It was total value for money, very sturdy & worth every penny. The kids have used it during summer, autumn and even in winter at times. Ive had no problems with quality. Would recommend to anyone… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/06/2009
I bought a mad dash tramp for around £180.00-12 foot.
Very soon a spring broke.I rang for a replacement, to be told i would need to send in a foto of the break before they would replace it . I couldn,t be bothered and simply ordered more springs .Over the next year i went through at least 30 springs.
3 months ago i noticed one of the welds holding the legs to the frame had gone-separated. 1 month ago the same happened to another leg with my son on it.ok he is 12 but....The trampoline folded… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/03/2008 by pinny (1 review written)
I am cross that i payed £170 for my trampoline and have had it 1 week and already it is ripped. stay clear. Its easy to erect. it holds 28 stone? No covers for the enclosure poles. the plastic outer padding has ripped away fron the ties… Read Full Review
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