[Editor note: Previously we said that Sportspower Trampolines could not support the weight of an adult. This was incorrect. The information we relied was faulty and Sportspower trampolines can indeed support the weight of an adult and are rated for 220 pounds per user.]
Sportspower trampolines come in 3 different sizes:
All Sportspower trampolines are basically the same, with the only difference being the size. For Sportspower trampolines, it is recommended that you get an anchor system. They are not too expensive, but it does add about $50 to the total cost.
Also, the frame is galvanized.
Our stance at trampoline-reviews.net is that we do not recommend you buy a Sportspower trampoline. The money you spend on them will be better spent on a trampoline that costs more.
An extra note about Sportspower trampolines: If you do purchase a Sportspower trampoline, please purchase an anchor system.
If you get a trampoline that the frame rusts out of or breaks, that usually cannot be repaired and you need to get a new one.
I understand it’s tough to afford expensive fitness equipment. Especially when a professional trampoline costs $500+. But in the long run, buying the best trampoline you can afford for your kids (assuming they will use it for more than 2 years) is really a cheaper option.