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Vuly Thunder Trampolines 10ft (300cm) Medium with Shade Cover $599, 12ft $719 @ Bunnings

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cheapest elsewhere $899.

Link to 12ft Vuly Thunder Tramp $719

RRP from Vuly for 10ft (M) $1199

Toys R us has the 8 ft (Small) for $999

Last bunnings price for the Medium was $899 a couple months back in QLD, this is the cheapest I have seen them.

My kids totally enjoy their Vuly. Even camp out on it.
When I am in the dog house I sleep outside on the tramp too!

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  • +11 votes

    if I didn't already spring some hard earned for a trampoline last week I would have jumped on this deal.

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    Same. Just bought one from Oz trampolines. Oh well.

    • +1 vote

      Nooo! Our Oz one died very quickly. Given the price you pay the quality isn't there 😓

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        I bought one too, but apparently they are very good with their warranty. 5 years on frame, 2 years on mat and netting etc.

        • +2 votes

          There's normally never an issue with frames. The netting died about 2yrs 3 months. They refused to budge on their warranty. Fit a company that advertises as the best quality etc, this was not my experience. Hopefully your do better than I!.

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          @31mop: Yeah, I hope so too!

        • +1 vote

          I bought a 10ft springless trampoline 4 years ago today for my kids from Kmart. $198 - never had a problem.

          My pics: http://imgur.com/a/PFuPw

          Never any issues, just a small piece of sun damage (as seen in pics) and the entrance zip snapped a few weeks back. 4 years, full sun and elements.

          You can pick up an even better 10ft Spring Free version now for the same price of $198 in store (contact them to find nearest) http://www.kmart.com.au/product/trampoline-with-enclosure-co...

          I know some people will say "Oh, you can't compare a Kmart trampoline to a Vuly" but seriously, $599 vs $198?

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    Damn that is cheap. I bought a Vuly 2 10ft for $800 a few months ago.

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    Anyone have any idea of stock levels at any bunnings in the greater brisbane area?

  • +1 vote

    Are these worth it or should I go cheaper brand?

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      They are easier to assemble (Disassemble if you have to move) and maintain.
      The kids dont know the difference from a kmart one or a vuly.

      I personally think it has a bit more bounce and looks better. The net seems to stay erect longer too.

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      I would recommend you choosing cheaper ones. Cause it's not worth of the money. The springs would easily get broken, compare to normal spring coils. Also, the silver steel would become rusty because they are not treated perfectly. and hardly or cannot to be cleaned.

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    I'm looking at buying a 10ft

    Is that enough for say three kids

    • +6 votes

      "Only one kid at a time and take your shoes off" said my parents so that is the rules I believe

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        Max weight 150kg.
        Size wise - depends what they do. Crazy flips?
        Go into the store because they'll probably have one on display.

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      Warning label on the 10ft says 1 person at a time.

  • +3 votes

    Do they come with guarantee to roll away spectacularly in the next storm?

  • +5 votes

    10ft (300cm)

    Should be 305cm

    Probably why these are reduced…

  • +1 vote

    Bought this a couple weeks ago for the kids xmas present at $899. Bunnings agreed to refund the difference when I called them this morning after seeing this. Thanks for posting OP!

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    What….I just bought one a few days ago for 999 (12ft).
    Any idea if Bunnings will refund the difference?

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      Read the comment above yours.

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      Yep. I just got back from Bunnings with my $300 refund as bought one last week for $899.

      Altona Bunnings has about 6 of the 10 feet ones left and 2 of the 12 feet left if anyone in Melbourne interested.

      Thanks for posting OP

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        I'm going to try my luck & tcall the store. Got mine a few weeks ago for 999 & then saw this post.

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    Definitely call before you head in as many stores do not stock these. My partner picked up one this morning at the Maribyrnong (VIC) store; they still have 4 in stock. The price drop only happened this morning and were not initially aware of it quoting $899 before checking their website and then amending the price.

    Thanks captobvious, very much on the ball!

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    So is this price only applicable if your local store has stock? Or are you able to order them in from any store?

  • +1 vote

    Why do trampolines all have netting walls now? Back in my day we bounced, and if we bounced poorly we hit the dirt and learnt from it.

    • +5 votes

      Its good for really young kids. I can put my two year and four year old on and not have to watch them like a hawk worried about them falling off. Plus for people with smaller backyards you dont need a wide clearance of grassed area around the trampoline in case the kid falls off.

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        Wow, Every time I let my barely 2 year old on a trampoline and don't watch her like a hawk she ends up messing up a big bounce and falling over and giving herself a good whiplash. Poor little toddlers just don't upskill fast enough!

    • +2 votes

      "back in the day" children used to die from scarlet fever. Maybe we should stop making antibiotics along with trampoline nets, and lets just all get sick and "learn from it"

  • +1 vote

    Wow great price.

    We paid $879 for a Vuly2 12 foot just 1 year ago.

    If you have the room and can afford it, grab the 12 foot, particularly if you anticipate multiple kids on it.

  • +1 vote

    got the last one this morning in gunghalin ACT, none left in belconnen or other ACT stores. I would call before going into store

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    What the? Cost 10 times the one I bought?

  • +3 votes

    Damn they would want to be good. I bought a Kmart 12ft one for under $200. Lasted about 3-4 years.

  • +1 vote

    Are these as good as Springfree trampolines which cost heaps more but apparently last heaps longer too?

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    If anyone in syd is looking for the Vuly 10ft at this price: Bunnings Alexandria have none, Bunnings Mascot had a few (just got one), and Bunnings Kingsgrove had a few (just got off phone)

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    2 large and 5 medium left at scoresby VIC just now.

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    Thanks OP. Bought one 12ft from Belmont W.A. Had 2 left.

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    About 5 Ms left at Stafford moments ago. No Ls which seems appropriate for Christmas.

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    Wonder how long this price will last? No one with any stock at any of the bunnings anywhere near me!!

  • +2 votes

    FYI - Thunder Update from Vuly - https://www.vulyplay.com/trampoline/thunder#

    Tempted with last minute xmas purchase….

    • +1 vote

      I Thought these things didnt have nuts and bolts and this is telling me we have to replace the nuts and bolts?

  • +1 vote

    Great buy. I bought a Vuly Lift (Lowest model) 10ft at Toys'r'Us last week for $699. That's going back tonight!

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      I wouldnt be so quick to return the Lift, i was tossing up between the thunder and the lift as well and the lift appears to have better reviews. The leaf springs in the Thunder dont appear to last that long and are prone to snapping.

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        Oh oh - too late! Drove 40 mins to Castle Hill to return and get the new one! Stood in line for 20 mins to return as well. Oh well. My kids are only little! :) Thanks anyway.

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    Kirrawee may have a couple of these trampampolines left!

  • +3 votes

    TRAMAMAPOLINE!!!

  • +2 votes

    How do these compare with the Thunder Pro?

    Seems to be alot of mixed reviews with the Thunder series (possibly older models)… I'm pretty keen on this deal but interested on what others who own this trampoline think

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      I just opened the one I bought tonight, and it says it's been slightly updated with stronger parts. Let's hope the shit reviews are for the previous revision.

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        Yeah I decided to pull the trigger.

        The reviews for what seem to be the current Thunder seem to be negative for following:
        a) pop buttons not being secure (there is an update that uses screws now, assume it addresses that problem)
        b) too hard to assemble (I'm not really worried about that - is what it is - I just want the thing to be good quality and last)

        See how we go :)

  • +1 vote

    Thankyou for this deal, I hope my daughter will love it.

    What actually really made me buy it was reading the comments about falling off the trampoline and needing nets etc, made me think back to when I was young and how much fun we had with a trampoline. It was one of those big rectangle bastards that had no safety anything, a little low to the ground too if someone was under it you could bounce high and drop your knees into them - lol.

    Cheers.

    PS to anyone else, Maitland have a few of the medium size left. A quick google around shows $599 for the medium thunder is a pretty good price.

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      It was fun, but in my family of three we had a lot of injuries and dicey moments. As much as we don't like to admit it. 99% of the time it is a blast but that 1% of times we hurt ourselves I would be mortified at the injuries as a now parent!

  • +5 votes

    if you look on the bunnings link .. there is a picture of a family playing with the trampoline in the friken desert, i want to know who the hell would put a trampoline in the scorching desert, its like they survived a plan crash in the desert and found a trampoline and now they're all happy.

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    edit wrong products

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    Got one but i thought it black gavenised frame like they always show at the shopping centre etc… its bare steel frame instead. Is there any difference between the two versions?

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      Thunder vs Thunder Pro:
      Silver frame vs Black Frame
      $$$ vs $$$$
      UV resistant netting vs Softer Netting
      Shallower vs deeper bounce

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        Anything with a shallow bounce feels aweful to jump on. Its unpleasant, jarring, and feels plain wrong on your body. I seriously don't know what some manufacturers are thinking when they come up with these designs.
        Hope to see a deal for a netted trampoline with Olympic size 10 inch springs.

      • +1 vote

        thanks man, does it mean this is a duh purchase though? My kids are <5 bounce level shouldn't mean much I guess?

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          Spoke with vuly and they suggested the Lift model instead for younger kids. That said, apparently it's overly firm as well.

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          Well we got ours assembled and the 4yo & 2yo love it. Its got plenty of bounce.

          But….its bloody hard to get in and out of for small kids. Although more prone to breakage a zippered door would have been more functional l

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    Cheers, got a 12ft one from Noosa. Have 1 x12ft and 6 x 10ft left.

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    Heaps in bethania (Beenleigh) Qld. They still had the old prices on them, but scanned out at lower price.

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    Just got one Bankstown… Does anyone know if the box comes with the shade cover ?

    About 4 mediums left there

  • +1 vote

    Had a Vuly Thunder XL for 3 years now. I only have got good things to say about them. The original Thunder was more like the Thunder Pro range they have now which are more expensive.

    They crap all over the springfree brand. Much more bounce and overall better design. The leaf spring idea is superb.

    For what it is worth, I weigh 120kg and it can accommodate my shenanigans easily!

    Would buy again for sure, although aside from the sun making the orange bits fade, there are no signs of wear at all.

  • +3 votes

    Recommend watching this video on youtube before you even try to put this thing together. Very helpful! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Gk_fU5HglXM

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    I have this one for 2 years now form toyrus.
    Trampoline itself is ok. but the tent/Shade is rubbish. and their customer service is hopeless when anything goes wrong. overall: OVERPRICE

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