Australia’s Safest Trampoline
Eight Australian leading market trampoline brands were tested by an independent consumer group against the Australian Safety Standards (AS 4989:2015). Springfree was the only one that passed.See the Results
The Only One That Passed
Only the Springfree Trampoline (Medium Round) had no safety failures. The other 7 trampolines tested either failed structural tests, didn’t protect the user from impact on the frame or enclosure, or had dangerous head entrapment problems or pinch points.
"Whether it’s inadequate padding, trapped limbs and fingers or falling through a broken frame, buying any one of these trampolines could see your loved one seriously injured," says CHOICE® spokesperson Stefanie Menezes.
100% Safety Performance Score
The current Australian trampoline safety standard (AS 4989:2015) is voluntary – meaning manufacturers are not required by law to meet safety standards, allowing brands to sell dangerous product to Australian families.
Springfree Trampoline is the only trampoline recommended by an independent consumer group. The Springfree Trampoline Medium Round was tested among 8 trampoline brands against the Australian Standards (AS 4989:2015), and was the only trampoline of all 8 brands to pass the safety tests.
We are committed to families and believe your backyard should be a place for safe play which is why we apply the same safety standards to all our trampolines. Our innovative design is the world’s safest, highest quality and longest lasting trampoline supported by a full 10-year warranty.
In The Media
The Best Trampoline Tested
Passed all structural, impact and safety tests.
The frame and enclosure are strong and durable.
Good protection from any impacts against the frame, mat, and enclosure.
No significant entrapment hazards on the trampoline.
Overall, the best trampoline tested.
The Safest Trampoline Tested
Harvey Family Sunshine Coast, Australia
We decided that Springfree, for us, was the safest and best option for our family.
No Major Safety Failures
“Springfree is the only model Consumer NZ is recommending from the seven trampolines in its latest test.” - Consumer NZ General Manager, Derek Bonnar
Only the Springfree Trampoline had no major safety failures. The other 6 trampoline tested either failed structural tests, didn’t protect the user from impact on the frame or enclosure, or had dangerous head entrapment problems or pinch points.
Amongst the trampolines tested, a number of prominent brands that are promoted as designed for safety were shown not to be safe.