Skywalker Trampoline Review – Is it worth the money?

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In our quest to find all things great for the backyard we tend to cover a lot of brands in a lot of different categories. We often run into brands that are merely average, some mediocre, and occasionally some are great. We’ve been discussing trampolines a lot lately and one of the brands we’ve come to love who makes trampolines is a company called Skywalker.

Some of the general tenets we need met for a brand to achieve our seal of approval are fair cost, quality materials, and to be versatile. It’s becoming increasingly rare to find companies who actually create products that actually check all of these boxes, but when we do we enjoy championing their cause.

Skywalker Trampolines - A brand worth taking a look at

This brings us back to Skywalker, who we’ve featured quite frequently of late. What makes their trampolines so great are all of the things we just mentioned. They don’t charge exorbitant prices for their trampolines, they’re made of very fine materials, and they offer a number of different models to suit almost any one person’s needs.

It doesn’t take an in-depth analysis to see that these three components will likely lead to something that people can get behind. With that said, we do still plan on offering an in-depth analysis of three of our favourite products that they create.

skywalker trampoline reviews

When we went into covering one single brand, we thought that it may get a bit monotonous hearing about the same things over and over. As we were putting this together, however, we found that hearing about quality products that fit into three different categories isn’t at all monotonous, it’s actually quite informative.

Had we discussed the same trampoline three times over then things probably would have become a little bland, but we decided to cover three different types of trampolines from Skywalker to keep things fresh. This again speaks to the versatility of the company and the variety of products that they keep producing.

If you have been reading our pieces with any regularity, then you will know what we appreciate and what we like about certain products and categories. Skywalker trampolines have gone through our rigorous testing and come out on the other side looking all that much better.

It’s rare we offer a fawning review of products, but today we have decided to do that as Skywalker has left us with no other choice. Fawning may sound strong, but these are products we have tested and enjoyed using at every level.

With all of that in mind, we want to take you through three different Skywalker trampolines reviews. Each one offers up something a little different and each product should be affordable for most people. This is a company working hard towards creating a quality product for an affordable price, and we think that’s something that everyone can get behind.

Skywalker Trampoline Reviews

Here’s out reviews of Skywalker Trampolines, what they bring to the table, and why they’re something anyone looking for a new trampoline should be considering.

Skywalker Trampolines 15-Feet Jump N' Dunk Trampoline with Safety Enclosure and Basketball Hoop

Skywalker Trampolines 15-Feet Jump N' Dunk Trampoline with Safety Enclosure and Basketball Hoop

The first of the Skywalker trampolines we wanted to discuss is what we consider to be the finest model on the market for those looking for the perfect backyard trampoline. This is your classic 15-footer with a large safety enclosure and basketball hoop, rendering any kid helpless to its lures. This thing is built purely for fun and great summer days.

What we like about this thing, aside from the obvious trappings, is the quality of materials that went into the build. Things like reinforced t-brackets, a patented no-gap enclosure system, and mats and nets made using YV resistant materials go a long way in keeping this trampoline looking pristine and functioning properly over time.

While this is certainly on the larger side of the trampoline spectrum, 15’ is not completely out of the realm for most people’s yards. If you have a child or children who are needing ways to expel some of their additional energy than this is going to be a fine purchase for you.

It’s not terribly expensive either, coming in at just under $330, which, once it’s been set up, will seem like a bargain. This is the finest trampoline you can throw in your yard, for a fine price as well. If you’re looking for something to keep the kids busy, look no further.

Skywalker Trampolines 15-Feet Round Trampoline and Enclosure with Spring Pad

Skywalker Trampolines 15-Feet Round Trampoline and Enclosure with Spring Pad

The second trampoline we wanted to review from Skywalker is this number right here. This is what we consider to be their bread and butter; their most basic yet perfected trampoline offering. What we like most about this fairly simple model is that it has all the quality you would come to expect from a company like this, but retains its very reasonable price.

While it may not have the basketball hoop or any other related accoutrement, it provides the straight goods that everyone looking for something dead simple and effective would want. It’s not easy right now to find a product that simply delivers exactly what you want for a fair price.

It has all the same technical and quality aspects as the previous trampoline, so there’s no need to go down that road again. All you need to know about this guy here is that if you want something simple, fun, and built to last than you needn’t look any further. You’ll be happy with the price and your kids will be happy with the trampoline. Simple as that.

Skywalker Trampolines Round Bouncer Trampoline with Enclosure, 48-Inch

Skywalker Trampolines Round Bouncer Trampoline with Enclosure, 48-Inch

The last model from Skywalker we wanted to discuss is actually quite different from the previous two. This is a model that is built for one or two younger children to play on.

That is reflected here in the size, as the diameter is only 48”, which is quite the far cry from 15’. What we like about this model is that it provides something quite different than the previous two while maintaining the quality and levels of fun you would expect.

If you have a young child or children who have quite a bit of extra energy and you’re looking for an affordable way for them to get outdoors and calm down, this is a fine option for you. Costing just a little more than $50, you won’t feel bad about a purchase like this at all as it most certainly won’t break the bank.

It lacks the versatility of something much larger, but it is perfectly suited if you want to keep your kid indoors and having fun. It’s a small and fun trampoline that will make everyone happy they purchased it.


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