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Ultimate

Article ID: 03000 - 03265
Competition trampoline of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games!

This impressive state of the art piece of equipment has outstanding improvements in durability, usability, safety and stability. Tried and tested by many of the world´s best gymnasts and the friendly support of Rebound Products (Dave Ross), the Ultimate is a huge step and enrichment for the trampoline family. It was the competition trampoline for the Olympic Games 2016 in Rio de Janeiro.

All advantages at a glance
• 200% more tension in the leg section, giving an outstanding stability to the frame
• Long term consistent performance characteristics and reduced "jump-in time"
• Superb balance between the flexibility of the frame and its strength with high-tech steel of supreme quality
"Easy-Lock-System" to set up the trampoline quicker and more efficiently
Laser-cut accuracy giving the new frame design greater potential for safety
• Unique engineered hinge design with block friction bearings giving more resistance to wear and tear
• "Ultimate"-springs for optimum dynamics and longevity
• Available with 32 mm, 50 mm foldable or 50 mm stationary padding

 

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  • Can defective beds be repaired?

    In general, all nylon-band beds can be repaired at a favourable price. Should individual nylon bands be damaged, these can be removed and new bands oven and sewn in. Repairing PVC-coated beds (yellow material) is equally as problem-free using high frequency welding. After receiving and inspecting a bed at Eurotramp, we pass to an offer and advise on whether repair is worthwhile. After the go-ahead to repair, beds can be repaired and ready for dispatch within a few days.

  • Can I wash a trampoline jumping bed in the washing machine?

    In principle all Eurotramp jumping beds made of polyester, nylon or double perlon can be washed in the washing machine. The jumping bed should be put away from the trampoline frame and can be washed with a maximum temperature of 30° with a mild detergent or textile detergent and should be washed with delicate wash cycle (no spin cycle!).

    Absolutely follow:
    • The 4 metal rings on the corners should be fixed with tape for the protection of the jumping bed and the washing machine.
    IMPORTANT: The jumping bed should be hooked in the trampoline frame again in humid or wet state. If not the nylon strings will tighten and the bed will become useless.

  • Can trampolines be used for therapeutic purposes?

    Trampolines are excellently suited for therapeutic purposes, for example our ground trampoline Grand Master for indoor use. A strong trend has been developing in recent years, especially in the area of disability therapy. Trampolines have been successfully employed in many disabled facilities in Germany. Should you require further information about this topic, we'll have contact addresses to your disposition.

  • Do you supply replacement parts for other brands?

    In general we can offer springs and covers for all other brands (Nissen, Continental, Somersault etc.). Beds can be made to any size desired.

  • How much is a trampolinist allowed to weight?

    Basically, for Eurotramp trampolines, there is no weight limit, as all trampolines are designed for a multiple of the body weight. People with joint complaints or overweight people should start trampolining slowly. Of course, general physical and psychological constitution also makes a difference.

  • Is it possible to lose weight during trampolining?

    Trampoline gymnastics on large apparatus is, in itself, an anaerobic sports discipline, because of the high intensity and shortness of the strain. It charges all muscle areas in the body, which results in unusually high calory consumption. For increasing general fitness or reducing weight, the small apparatus like the Trimm-Tramp or the Mini Tramp with 2 equal length legs are especially suitable.

  • Is it possible to repair broken or old trampolines?

    Our trampolines are constructed extremely robustly: we often receive pieces of equipment that have been in use for more than 30 years.

    But after such a long period of time, even these pieces of equipment require an overhaul. Jumping beds, overall covers and springs can be substituted by the customer himself. On the frame; smaller parts such as chains and feet-rest mounts can be substituted on the spot.

    Problems arise when the hinges are worn out after many years of being opened out and folded down again, or for example if the roller stands or lifting roller stands are broken. Should an economic efficiency calculation come to the conclusion that a general overhaul would be worthwhile, then this could be done either by the customer, an external maintenance service or directly by Eurotramp, according to the state of the device in question.

    Complicated repairs to the frame make the dispatching of the trampoline to the Eurotramp plant in Weilheim an der Teck necessary.

    In order to arrive at an initial assessment regarding the extent of the necessary repair work, it is helpful if you send us, whenever possible, detailed photographs of the trampoline or the possible damage.

    Then we could make you a provisional offer and, if required, arrange for your equipment to be collected.

    Before the final repair work is done, we would gladly send you a binding costs estimate and obtain your approval for the work. 1-2 weeks later your equipment is once again in full working order and can be returned to you.

    Regarding the question of using older trampolines we would like to say, however, that material fatigue, e.g. to the jumping beds, can represent a high risk to the user. For liability reasons, we recommend that, when in doubt, old trampoline components should be replaced.

  • Is trampolining an Olympic discipline?

    Trampolining was practised as an Olympic discipline for the first time at the Olympic Games in Sydney 2000. Eurotramp supplied its equipment for this competition. In 2004 and 2008, trampoline gymnastics was also on the programme of Olympic disciplines and once again Eurotramp supplied its equipment for these events.

  • Is trampolining dangerous? Which safety rules should be observed?

    Every sports discipline has its own hidden dangers, trampolining included. Nonetheless, the risks can be avoided to a large extent by following the safety rules. Every novice should approach trampolining cautiously. In general, trampolining is not difficult to learn, but too much self-confidence when performing often leads to boisterousness, which can cause accidents. Eurotramp's large apparatus are high performance apparatus, which must not be underestimated - or would you drive round a corner at the same speed as Schuhmacher, if you were only an apprentice? One step at a time! Children especially should trampoline under adults supervision as far as possible.

  • What does the FIG-approved symbol mean?

    For competitions, the Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique (International Gymnastics Federation FIG) has exact specifications of the construction type of the trampoline to be used in the competition. All trampolines and accessories used in competitions and supplied by Eurotramp have a valid certificate.

  • Where can you learn trampolining?

    Trampolining may be no longer just be seen as show artistry. These days, there are many clubs all over Germany which professionally train for competitions. On request, we will send you a list of the German clubs which take part in national championships. In general, you can also find information on the website of the German Gymnastics Federation. There you will also find information about possible training to become a trampoline coach.

  • Which is the right trampoline for me?

    Eurotramp offers a selection from a large product range which covers all areas of use. Should you require telephone or email advice, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will be happy to advise you!