Premium Ladder for 10ft Trampolines (Universally Fitting with Wide Tread Steps)
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- Improve the safety of your trampoline by creating one access point to the trampoline mat
- Thick tread steps making it easier for children to use with a honeycomb design which drains rain better
- UV treatment to improve the ladder's durability in all seasons
- Fits 10ft trampolines which are 66cm to 76cm in height
- 1 year manufacturer's warranty with instructions included for easy attachment
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This trampoline ladder is ideal for making your trampoline safer.
It will allow children to climb safely on and off the trampoline so you won't have to keep lifting up your child onto the mat.
The ladder comes with wide steps which are suitable for younger children and they come with a special honeycomb style design which will drain any any water when it rains.
It also UV treated so the ladder is designed to survive all seasons!
Please be advised this ladder is suitable for any brand of 10ft trampoline in diameter from end to end of the frame between 66cm and 76cm in height.
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Top Customer Reviews
The instructions may has well have been in Mandarin (and I don't speak Mandarin).
5 stars for the product, 1 star for the awful instructions.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought for a Jumpking OvalPOD - 10ft x 7ft Oval JumpPOD Trampoline as a little high to climb on and they don't come with a ladder, it leans out a little, but does the job well!Published 7 days ago by Mrs. D. Hill
Not the easiest to assemble and not ideal for an 8ft trampoline, too long so puts the steps at a poor angle for kids.Published 1 month ago by Steven Knight
Great sturdy product. Arrived on time. Very easy to assemble. Fits our 10ft plum trampoline perfectly. My 5 year old is very happy to use it.Published 1 month ago by Loli
Decent ladder. Bit tricky to assemble as others had said (hit it wiv an 'ammer!) but otherwise does the jobPublished 2 months ago by Michael Oliver
Seems good now it's assembled. Make sure you have a rubber mallet though, was a pain to put together.Published 2 months ago by sledge