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Plum Products launches new Bowl Freebound Trampoline

Published on: 13th February 2020

The Bowl Freebound Trampoline is set to launch this month.

Plum Play has reinvented the trampoline experience, challenging the traditional flat bed. It has created an entire new trampoline category – The Bowl Freebound Trampoline, set to launch this month, offers a unique space where children can have fun in a safe environment and explore new movement. With cues taken from extreme sports and urban landscapes children can enhance their skills and discover freebounding.

The new Bowl shape delivers on both form and function and inspires freestyle play in the ultimate safe space, providing an environment where kids can challenge themselves, learn new skills and ultimately build confidence.Transforming the jumping mat into a new curvilinear form, the Plum Bowl trampoline has three unique features: Curv, Flex and Bowl.

The Curv creates a new contour play pattern encouraging dynamic movement in boundless directions. This new jumping mat innovation allows kids to use both the flat mat centre and the trampoline walls.

Rusting springs are also a thing of the past. Super soft FLX bungees are silent; each held by a FLX secure clip, the bungees work in unison, powered by movement. Each bungee creates a quad formation connecting the frame to both of the upper and lower perimeter of the Curv; this keeps the mat taut whilst providing bounce performance.

Hi-tech specs also include a printed track mat that allows children to visualise their movement and can be used as markers to enhance freebounding across the Curv. The extra thick, super soft feel safety net protects both the user and trampoline interior. Protective safety padding is divided into eight separate sections for easy installation, with each section meeting to unite the pad for durable cushioning.

With the campaign hashtag #whatcanyoudo, Plum has let ambitious kids do the talking, showing off their skills. The Bowl has a diameter of 4.16 metres and a 2.58 metre height frame. Supporting up to 120kg, the trampoline’s durable structure has a 10 year warranty.

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