Bouncing in a trampoline during the summer can be a bitter-sweet experience for your kids, especially when it’s an outdoor trampoline. While they are having so much jumping freely up and down, they are also enduring the annoying heat from the warmer weather. Most people would pour cool water over their trampoline before the kids begin to play, but this would only be a short-term solution to the problem.
Well, wouldn’t it be great to have an endless stream of cool water splashing on your kids while they play to their hearts’ content?
Wet bounce trampolines
Amazon is now selling the Bobor Trampoline Sprinklers that reportedly cool the temperature of the tramp down by 25%. The equipment mainly comprises of a long hose that attaches to the top circumference of your trampoline net. The hose has several tiny holes poked at close intervals that release water to splash on your kids while they play!
The hose is made out of a non-toxic, environmentally-friendly rubber material and comes in two colors and sizes – blue and black, 32.8 feet and 39 feet. The installation is quite easy and straight-forward since the company provides the cable ties required to secure the hose to your trampoline.
The hose is to be mounted outside the top circumference so the kids do not accidentally grab onto it while they are jumping. Once it’s been secured, you can connect the other end to your garden hose and adjust the water pressure as you see fit for your kids.
It comes with as many cable ties as you could need and one spare water pipe interface. You can attach the hose to any kind of trampoline you already have at home and turn the set-up into a mini water park. The producers mention that aside from trampoline fun, the product can also be used for light garden watering and outdoor cooling.
The product is being marketed on Amazon for $39.99 and has been rated 4.0 out of 5 stars for over 300 reviews.
Verified buyers’ thoughts
The product has received hundreds of positive feedback from customers who have made verified purchases on Amazon. People have testified to the fact that it really does cool down the trampoline in a short amount of time and makes the bouncing a lot more fun.
One slight issue a few people have had was setting it up, which could be a bit of a hassle since you have to secure the pipes at several intervals.
A customer who bought the 39ft black hose variant wrote: “This is a must-have for anyone who has a trampoline. I got this for the kids to play with throughout the summer and am so glad I did. It has become the hit of the neighborhood and keeps the kids happy for hours. It actually does cool off the trampoline. The mist feels amazing and prevents the kids from having a heat stroke during our typical hot Louisiana days.
I will warn that it was a little bit of a challenge to put up. It took me a little over an hour to get everything up and I had to bug my finance’ for help. It’s not something you can install your help and really requires another person or two. Other than that, this is pretty awesome. I’d recommend it; the kids will love it.”
Some customers seem to have fixed the pipe wrongly, causing the water to spray too high up in the air or outside of the trampoline. While the pipes are to be fixed on the outer top circumference, ensure that you turn the surface with holes to face inward so your kids can get the best out of their sprinklers this summer.