JumpSport iBounce Kids Trampoline: Review

 JumpSport iBounce Kids Trampoline Review

Need a holiday gift for a toddler? If so, I have found the perfect solution – a JumpSport iBounce Trampoline! The trampoline comes with a mount for a tablet as well as a DVD for kids to jump along with RompyRoo. This is perfect for kids ages 2-5 years and will provide hours of entertainment.
I have been looking for ways for my boys to burn their energy and this is definitely a huge hit in our house. They actually fight over who gets to jump on it, and it is difficult explaining to a 22 month old that he has to wait his turn but after a while he caught on and stopped crying every time he was told no!
I am usually the one that assembles items in our home so I was really excited when this arrived and quickly went to work putting it together. It took me a little bit to figure things out, but once I started it was super easy and quick.
6 year-old boy playing with JumpSport iBounce Kids Trampoline
My older son was getting ready for hockey practice so I was trying to take some photos of my younger son, 22 months, trying it out for the first time.  I was happy to see my 22 month old figured out what to do immediately. This little monkey is quite humorous though and decided to stop one time and sing into one of the handles, thinking it was a microphone. He kills me! Here are some pictures of my boys having fun on the trampoline:
22 month boy playing with JumpSport iBounce Kids Trampoline
I only allowed them both on it this one time so I could take a picture, otherwise they know only one at a time on the trampoline!
2 kids jumping on the JumpSport iBounce Kids Trampoline
I have to add the picture of my little guy using the handle as a microphone…it is just too cute not to include! 🙂


Trampoline Review: Features and Specifications:

  • Construction: Durable steel frame
  • Dimensions: 48″ x 48″ x 28″ Triangle
  • Jumping surface: 12 inches from the floor
  • Height of handle: 34 inches from the floor
  • Product weight: 13.5 lbs
  • Strong, long lasting Elastic Cords
  • User weight limit: 75 lbs
  • Intended for Home Use Only
We do not have a tablet so I played the DVD’s in our DVD player and my little one hopped along with RompyRoo for a little bit. My older son, 6, was able to follow along better but my little man liked watching the kangaroo jump over items in the DVD. It is really cute and gives the kids something to follow along with while jumping.  There are three DVD’s available for the kids to hop along to and it really makes the trampoline a fun experience for them.


This is such a great idea for active kids as well as those that need to be more active because it makes exercise fun. My boys absolutely love it, they are both on it every day throughout the day and it has helped them burn some energy so they aren’t as crazy…which makes mommy very happy! 🙂


How to Buy the JumpSport iBounce Kids Trampoline

You can purchase the JumpSport iBounce Trampoline HERE! It is currently on sale for only $129.95 and you get the trampoline, tablet mount and RompyRoo DVD. Shipping is FREE too! It is also available on Amazon
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