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Anyone got a led on where to buy a good quality 15-16ft outdoor trampoline? We bought a 6man 15ft one, 6yrs ago and now the rings on the mat connecting the springs are rusted out. Looking at buying a better one this time or just the same one again on Amazon.

Really like the idea of the spring free trampolines but never seen them in Japan.

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Sadly I'm way too heavy for trampolining these days so can't help you there but maybe someone that's carrying a bit less extra might have an idea. I think I might have seen one in Costco that was from the States but that was a few months back.

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Thanks Zasso Nouka, I know what you mean I shouldn't be on a trampoline either. I will look into Costco.

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No worries, they had a whole load of kids outdoor stuff displayed over the summer. Things like water slides, pools and I'm fairly sure there was a trampoline with safety nets as well but they might have taken them down now.