8ft Zero Gravity Ultima 4 High Spec Trampoline Review

8ft Zero Gravity Ultima Image 18ft Zero Gravity Ultima 4 High Spec Trampoline, Please see below for full information on the range of Zero Gravity trampolines. Please note that we can only delivery 8ft, 10ft, 12ft and 14ft trampolines to mainland Britain. Offshore customers please feel free to call us to discuss delivery options on 01264 771247

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Zero Gravity Ultima 4 Trampolines
For over 10 years the 8ft Zero Gravity Ultima 4 High Spec Trampoline brand has been synonymous with high specification, quality trampolines. During this time they have shied away from the cheaper end of the market as it was impossible to produce a safe high performance trampoline at such a low price. Technology has changed however and with Zero Gravity’s patented weldless frame trampolines they can now offer their trampolines to a wider market without compromising quality and more importantly, safety. Introducing the Zero Gravity Ultima 4 Trampoline…

With 30+ years experience in trampoline production, our factory has learnt what makes a trampoline fun, safe & long lasting. Many trampolines sold have been made in our factory under OEM. The 8ft Zero Gravity Ultima 4 High Spec Trampoline is our premium offering and utilises the latest technology for a great value, fun, safe & long lasting trampoline. Here’s a few tips on what to look for…

So what should you look for when you are buying a trampoline?
Padding for your trampoline
There are 2 important factors to look for when assessing the quality of the padding used on a trampoline. The first is the material the outer skin is made from. It will be either made from PVC or PE, PVC is certainly preferable as it will not tear or rot under UV rays as easily as PE. Thickness of the padding inside is the most important thing though. We would always recommend that it should be 2cm in thickness especially if the trampoline has an external enclosure netting.

Maximum user weight and number of springs
Trampolines should only be used by one person at a time and are tested under EN-71 regulations on the assumption that this is the case. You may see trampolines with 120KG maximum user weight or even 150KG. Does your child really weigh 150KG or 23 stone? Trampolines should be tuned by the manufacturers for the weight of the user. If its over-sprung in order to increase the maximum user weight then it will be less bouncy than one with a lower limit. Higher maximum user weights mean that the springs are harder to stretch when used by a child and will therefore not produce the perfect bounce.

What to look for in a frame
The majority of trampolines are made from welded steel. This does not apply to the Zero Gravity Ultima 4 which has a patented weldless system as pictured above. The weld is the weak point on a frame so if you are looking at other models check to see if it has supporting plates to strengthen each joint. If an image is not shown of this component, assume it doesn’t or ask the seller. Why is this important? Well tests in our factory have shown that a plated weld will typically crack after a million cycles (or bounces) in normal use, our weldless system will last for more than 2.5 million cycles. A trampoline is not cheap so you should look at it as an investment for many years – you want it to last.

Internal or external safety enclosure?
This trampoline has an internal enclosure, this means its attached to the outside of the jumping mat. We prefer the safety aspect of this design as it significantly reduces the chance of a child hitting their head against the frame of the trampoline even if it is covered with a padding. Its all down to personal preference but if you do choose a trampoline with an external enclosure please ensure that the padding is extra thick in order to reduce the risk of an accident, also ensure that your child does not use the netting as an extension of the trampoline. They are there solely to protect the user from falling and should not be used as another area to bounce off.

Why are the number of legs on a trampoline important?
There are two reasons why you want to have as many legs as possible on your trampoline. The first is down to stability, the more contact there is with the floor the more stable the trampoline will be. The second is the strength of the top frame. If you have a trampoline with 12 legs then the top frame will be made from 12 separate sections of steel whereas a trampoline with 8 legs will have 8 pieces of steel. On a 14ft trampoline (assuming that the steel used is identical) then each section of framework on the 12 leg variant will be over 3 times stronger than that of the 8 leg model.

Can your enclosure do this?
All Zero Gravity Ultima 4 trampolines have a quick release enclosure system. This allows you to lower the trampoline netting in minutes without the use of tools. Why would you want to do this? Well high winds can reek havoc on a trampoline. If strong winds are forecast you can lower the safety netting and reduce the risk of your children taking a flying lesson!

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  • For over 10 years Zero Gravity has been synonymous with high specification, quality trampolines. During this time they have shied away from the cheaper end of the market as it was impossible to produce a safe high performance trampoline at such a low price. Technology has changed however and with Zero Gravity’s patented weldless frame trampolines they can now offer their trampolines to a wider market without compromising quality and safety. Introducing the Zero Gravity Ultima 4 Trampoline…
  • All Zero Gravity Ultima 4 trampolines feature a state of the art safety enclosure. A netting sited directly on the edge of the jumping surface supported by arced uprights improve safety in the event of a fall, whilst a wired top ring retains the shape and structure of the netting. The enclosure also features a quick release system so that it can be taken down in minutes, this reduces wind hazards and is ideal for preventing unsupervised play.
  • The safety padding’s top surface is made from PVC rather than cheaper, inferior PE giving a quality look and feel that unlike PE will not disintegrate under UV light. Safety is of the uttermost importance so inside the padding you’ll find 20mm thick EPE foam protecting your child against the steel frame.
  • Even before gaining EN71 certification this trampoline went through extensive testing at the Zero Gravity testing lab. Including 500KG user weight testing and cycle testing. Did you know that while a welded trampolines frame will typically crack at 1 million cycles this trampoline has gone through over 2.5 million cycles without cracking.
  • Customer service is key to Zero Gravity Trampolines success. Although we believe the assembly guide supplied with this trampoline is one of the best available, should you have any questions while building your trampoline please feel free to call the Zero Gravity support line and one of their knowledgable staff will be only to pleased to help.

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