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Best trampoline brands

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Best trampoline brands

We asked parents to rate trampoline brands they've bought, including Jumpking, Plum, Skyhigh and more.

With trampolines costing anywhere from £100 up to more than £1,000, you'll want to make sure you find the best brand before you splash out. 

We surveyed 663 parents in June 2020 to find out which brand of trampoline they owned, and how happy they were with that choice. We asked them to rate each brand for ease of assembly, durability, quality, safety and value for money – some of the key concerns parents have when looking for the best trampoline. 

To get our customer scores, we asked parents to tell us how satisfied they were with their trampoline, and whether they would recommend the brand to a friend. From this, we've ranked nine brands – including Chad Valley, Early Learning Centre, Jumpking, Plum, Skyhigh and Sports Power – to help you find the best.

The best trampolines

The best trampoline is one that's easy to assemble, and has a good-quality frame, decent padding covered with quality PVC, and durable netting. To find out more, our guide on how to buy the best trampoline covers everything from what size to go for, to the difference between spring-based and Springfree models.

The best trampoline brands are listed alphabetically below. Which? members can log in to unlock the results. 

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Best trampoline brands
Brand Ease of assembly Durability Quality Safety Value for money Customer score
Air King Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content
Bentley Kids Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content
Chad Valley Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content
Early Learning Centre Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content
John Lewis Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content
Jumpking Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content
Plum Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content
Skyhigh Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content
Sports Power Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content Subscriber only content
Table notes
1 Customer scores were generated based on respondents' overall satisfaction with the trampoline brand, and whether they would recommend it to a friend.
2 Sample sizes: Air King (45), Bentley Kids (40), Chad Valley (70), Early Learning Centre (41), John Lewis (74), Jumpking (42), Plum (52), Skyhigh (42), Sports Power (45).
3 Survey carried out in June 2020 on 663 parents with children aged 12 years and under who own a trampoline.

Most popular trampoline retailers

Our survey also looked into where parents were most likely to buy their trampoline from. Top of the list was Argos, followed by Amazon, John Lewis and Smyths Toys.

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