Description:The mini trampoline for an aerobic work out.
Newest Review: ... have a good jump. Luckily I didn't pay a lot of money for the trampoline as I got it second hand at a car boot sale where I ... more
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Customer Rebounder Reviews (17)
by - written on 07/07/05, updated on 07/07/05 (Very useful, 6822 readings)
One of the things I did before I recently moved from Scotland to Spain was to give away all of my exercise equipment. Don't know why I did that but it seemed like a good idea at the time. However, I have now decided to build it all up again and started with the rebounder trampoline which I ordered from a UK department store and which was brought over by my parents on their recent visit. It cost £24.99 which I thought was a reasonable price. (I think it cost a bit more on excess luggage too) The first thing that struck me, when I met my red-faced father off the plane, was the size of the trampoline..ok, 95cms diameter might not seem big but I had ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/01, updated on 21/03/01 (Very useful, 842 readings)
I was given a rebounder for Christmas and it has since become my favourite piece of home exercise equipment. My rebounder is identical to that in the photo used to illustrate this section and cost £17.99 from Argos which I think is a very reasonable price. Lets consider some facts. The frame is made from steel, the jumping surface is made from a strong heavy duty nylon. It will take a weight of up to 100kg/16st. The edging is padded with covered foam and the description gives the diameter as 92cm. The diameter should be clarified better. The diameter of the whole rebounder is 92cm, I've had my tape measure out and the actual rebounding surface ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/11 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I am not a lover of exercise but one piece of exercise equipment that I absolutely love is my Kettler Rebounder, which Mark bought me for my birthday last year. A rebounder, for those of you who don't know/can't work it out from the piccie, is basically a mini trampoline used as part of an exercise regime. This one has a 38" diameter, which is average for this type of product, and will hold a person who weighs up to sixteen stones. It's very attractively styled with a black trampoline, ummm, 'bouncy bit' and silver padding around the edge, the legs and frame are also silver to give the rebounder a more bling look than most of them have. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/06/10 (Very useful, 327 readings)
As part of my new Yoga-doing, herbal tea-drinking, exercise regime rebounding is my newest thing..... I bought my rebounder, or mini trampoline, about a week and a half ago from Argos...it's a Reebok one and it's in their current catalogue advertised at £29.99 since I'm a bit strapped for cash at the moment and after reading a couple of reviews I thought it seemed like a good buy, again it has various health benefits besides fitness and looked like fun...and for me to do exercise it has to be FUN! My Reebok Rebounder is 92cm in it's diameter and although you can unscrew it's six legs for easy storage it is a bit of a hassle so I have resorted to it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/07/08 (Very useful, 890 readings)
Mini trampoline, trampette or rebounder, whatever you want to call these they are in fact just a mini trampoline used for exercise. Recently the price on these seems to have reduced, when I purchased mine it was about £25 but now I see them all over for £10. Either price, they are not expensive. To use them you basically screw the legs on and jump on! Easy so far. You can jog, bounce, do jumping jacks, jump and twist and any other combination of jumpng you can think of. I bought mine more for jogging type movements. I figured it would be easier on the knees and feet than pounding the pavements so thought this would be a brilliant addition to my home ... Read the complete review
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