Indoor trampoline for home
It may seem like a no-brainer to get a kids trampoline, but many people worry about the injury risks. The good news is these models are significantly safer than large backyard trampolines.
The main reason they are safer is that the potential bounce height is only a fraction of the larger models. They are designed for the younger age group (3-8) and will have a low bounce. While there are always injuries risks for any physical activity, proper parent supervision will dramatically reduce the chances of a major injury.
The bigger models that are meant for, the older age group (5-12) do provide a higher bounce, but again, it’s a fraction of the large trampolines. In addition, the larger mini trampolines have a safety enclosure net which reduces the risk of an awkward landing.
With all the options, which one should you choose?
The most important aspect of your buying decision should be your kid’s age and size. The mini trampoline for kids market has a lot of options that are designed for smaller children (i.e., ages 2-4) as well as options geared for bigger kids (i.e., 5-7).
Another important consideration is how much space you have in your apartment or home. Some kids trampolines make it easy with jumpers that fold up; that makes it convenient for storing away.
The following models are designed for the younger kids, aged in the 3-8 group (but it also depends on the size/weight of your child).
Handlebar Trampoline Benefits
Going with a mini handlebar trampoline brings some added benefits. Your child will be able to use the handle to keep their balance. The extra balance will reduce the chance that they fall off the mini trampoline and hit the ground.