The "Super" minitramp is a robust trampoline in a closed frame construction. It impresses with its stability and versatility.
- Versatile: for schools, clubs and therapy
- Suitable for indoor use
- Trampoline bed with integrated all-round padding
- Individually adjustable, thanks to patented angle support
- Very stable
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The "Super" minitramp: the minitramp suitable for indoor use
The "Super" minitramp has many uses in schools, therapy and even in popular sports. The frame and feet are made from galvanised special steel. The high-quality trampoline bed has shock-absorbing all-round padding. Four mounted rubber plates protect the floor. The angle and height of the feet are quick and easy to adjust using the patented angle support. The height can be adjusted from 30-40 cm at the front and 43-55 cm at the back.
- Frame outer dimensions (LxW): 113x113 cm
- Trampoline bed (LxW0: 60x60 cm, double perlon
- Frame and feet made from galvanised special tubing
- With shock-absorbing, robust all-round frame padding
- 4 mounted rubber plates
- Patented angle support for seamless adjustment
- With safety hologram
- Weight: approx. 30 kg
- Can hold up to 100 kg
|Gerätehöhe|| 44 cm|
|Rahmenaußenmaß|| 113x113 cm|
|Target group|| Recreational sports, School sports|
|FIG certified|| No|
|Trampoline bed material|| Double perlon|
Trampoline bed with frame entirely covered by padding.
The trampoline bed is made from high-quality double perlon. The frame is entirely covered with padding and it is fully integrated with the trampoline bed, i.e. the trampoline bed and frame padding are firmly sewn together. This prevents the padding from moving and feet from sliding between the trampoline bed and the padding. The trampoline bed is tensioned with bungee cords (approx. 190-cm long). The maximum immersion depth at the front is from 24 to 32 cm and from 34.4 to 44 cm at the rear.
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