While its design is nothing to be excited about, it does the job. The enclosure does the job and the poles come with the usual foam coverings. The bounce is adequate. 104 springs 7-inches long are responsible for it and they do their job.
The mat is UV protected and the poles won’t rust. ExacMe trampoline comes with an above average 375 lbs. weight limit, which was a pleasant surprise because of which ExacMe trampoline just had to be on this list.
A very pleasant surprise comes with the addition of a ladder that ships with the trampoline. It’s great for children who might otherwise struggle getting on and off the trampoline. Combined with the bounce height that is average, it makes for a good beginner’s trampoline. The manufacturer assures us that the trampoline has been certified by all relevant safety agencies, but just by looking at it we saw that it’s a fine trampoline for the average user.
The trampoline comes in three boxes and takes a two hours to assemble. All the parts are included, but some screws for the netting require a bit more work or replacement, as they are barely adequate.
The warranty is a bit lackluster, with 90 days on the metal parts and no warranty on the mat and the pad. However, we feel that ExacMe trampoline is a good product that we recommend for the value-minded shopper.