Water Trampolines (3 of 3)

Water trampolines and bouncers are popular structures for lakes and ocean in summer months. Although water trampolines and bouncers look a like there is a major difference between the two. A water trampoline has a jump surface supported by a steel frame and trampoline springs. On the other hand, a water bouncer has a jump surface supported by a spring-less interlocking webbing connected from the floation tube to the jump surface. A trampoline can support heavier loads and provide a stronger and higher jump. Bouncers do not require assembly other than inflation. Water trampolines require assembly for the frames and springs. We have gathered a wide range of trampolines and bouncers.