First of all, you should be aware that this is not a proper rebounder, but a ‘jogger’. In other words, this has no proper bounce as you’d expect in a rebounder. It’s hard and has just a little give – ideal for running on a trampoline.
The trampoline uses elastic straps that are responsible for that behavior. The straps aren’t top notch and don’t inspire much confidence. On the other hand, they don’t make much noise and vibration, thanks to the rubber pads at the legs.
The handle bar is adjustable, from 38 to 48 inches in height. Its oval shape and generous frame make it very stable and resistant to tipping. The mat is okay, but in some cases dips can form in it if you jump in the same place all the time. The trampoline doesn’t fold easily and required disassembly before torage.
The workout DVD with exercises is fine and will work well enough to get you started. But the most interesting part is the electronic monitor (pedometer) that tracks your jump rate, workout time, total number of jumps and calories burned. It is reasonably accurate in its estimates, but the calorie burn formula is fixed (one for men and one for women), so it remains a guess, albeit educated.
The weight limit on this unit is 250 lbs. The safety pad is adequate, although any pad would do, since these straps don’t move much and don’t present a safety hazard in any case. The resistance bands let you perform more exercises, although there have been reports of these bands breaking.
The warranty is 90 years on parts and a year on the frame. Could be better, but reasonable for the price point. The installation process isn’t difficult, but we suggest that two people do it for extra safety. We do not recommend this model for children; there are dedicated trampolines for that that do a much better job.
Review source: ProTrampolines.com