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Trampolines.com is very excited to introduce Europe's finest premium in ground trampoline! Designed in the Netherland's, the Pro-Line Avyna trampoline offers amazing performance, high quality engineering with European style. It also offers the Avyna advantage -- the easiest in ground installation we've seen yet!
The 14' foot Avyna In ground is a great trampoline, perfect for all backyards. This in ground is slightly raised, offering additional venting and a place to sit when not in use.
The low cost installation makes it easier and more affordable for you to have an in-ground trampoline in your backyard. The hole and installation can easily be done by yourself or a landscaper.
These trampolines are strong and great for kids and adults.
Product WarrantyAvyna Pro-Line trampolines come with one of the best manufacturer warranties in the trampoline market. All Avyna trampolines have a LIFETIME frame warranty ensuring that you will enjoy your trampoline for many decades. The jump mat and safety pad also come with a 3 year manufacturer's warranty. All warranties are backed by Avyna and cover manufacturer defects. You can be assured that when you buy an Avyna trampoline you are protected by one of the industry’s best warranties.
FAQs & Videos
What are the benefits of a round trampoline?
What are the benefits of in ground trampolines?
In ground trampolines offer four key benefits. 1) Safety issues with getting on, off or jumping without an enclosure no longer exist with an in ground trampoline. 2) The aesthetics or look of your backyard is much cleaner with an in ground trampoline. 3) Landscaping maintenance (mowing the lawn or weeding) is no longer required. 4) Water conservation as the area no longer needs to be watered.
Should I buy a Safety Enclosure with my in ground trampoline?
Safety is the top priority when answering this question. As falling from the trampoline to the ground is no longer an issue with an in ground, the primary concern is the clearance around the trampoline. If there are objects (trees, rocks, concrete pads, or natural dropoffs) within 4 feet of the trampoline, we would strongly recommend a Safety Enclosure.
Does the maximum weight limit indicate the jump performance?
What can I do to care for my trampoline, so that it will last?
These trampolines are designed to handle the elements. However, there are steps you can take to extend the life of your trampoline. If you live in a northern climate where there is snow, we recommend you take it down in the winter. Also, keep your trampoline clean. We recommend you wash the frame pad & jump bed a few times a year with a mild soap & water. After cleaning, spray the frame pad (spring cover), and the yellow vinyl outer ring of the jump bed with Formula 303®. Formula 303 is similar to Armor All®, with the exception that it contains a UV treatment. Keep your trampoline away from an open fire, and cover your trampoline during the 4th of July! One weakness ALL trampolines suffer from is hot ashes landing on the jump bed. This will burn a hole in your trampoline immediately.
It snows where I live. Should I take it down in the winter?
We recommend you remove the mat, springs and pad, unless it will be used during the winter. You can keep the frame up in the winter. If you have an enclosure, you can either disassemble the entire unit, or just take down the netting, and slide the foam pads up over the poles. Leave the metal poles on, and take down everything that is not metal. The main issue with keeping a trampoline up during the winter is the weight of the snow, not the cold. A heavy, wet snow piling up on your trampoline can easily exceed 1,000 lbs, exceeding the resting tear limit of your trampoline. If you choose to keep it up in the winter, it is crucial you sweep off the snow with a broom. DO NOT USE A SNOW SHOVEL! A snow shovel will rip right through your jump bed. If the trampoline is not being used, take it down to increase the life expectancy.