Springless Trampolines Are Safer To Use
Traditional trampolines were a fabric that was attached to springs around the edges, that stretched and provided the needed bounce when the fabric was jumped on. The springs have often been responsible for injuries when they catch the clothing or the skin if the jumper is too close to them.
These injuries can be prevented when you have a springless trampoline. The bounce in these trampolines comes from fiberglass or other spring leaves that react when any force is applied to them. These devices are on the outside of the trampoline surface and will never come into contact with the jumper, thus eliminating any accidents.
The addition of nets to enclose the trampoline can also make them still safer and even allow children to be left in them without supervision. Weight capacities must be taken into consideration when choosing the right trampoline for your backyard.