TP Genius 2 Octagonal Trampoline with SurroundSafe

TP Genius 2 Octagonal
Trampoline with SurroundSafe
TP280 8ft TP Genius 2 Octagonal Trampoline
TP281 10ft TP Genius 2 Octagonal Trampoline
TP282 12ft TP Genius 2 Octagonal Trampoline
TP283 14ft TP Genius 2 Octagonal Trampoline
Instructions for assembly maintenance and use.
Warning!
Important! These instructions must be followed for safe assembly and use.
Please retain for future reference.
Maximum single user weights / Age range
TP280 TP281 TP282
TP283
8ft TP Genius 2 Octagonal Trampoline
10ft TP Genius 2 Octagonal Trampoline
12ft TP Genius 2 Octagonal Trampoline
14ft TP Genius 2 Octagonal Trampoline
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Maximum single user weight 85kg
Maximum single user weight 105kg
Maximum single user weight 130kg
Maximum single user weight 135kg
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6yrs+
6yrs+
6yrs+
6yrs+
TOY MUST BE ASSEMBLED BY AN ADULT BEFORE USE.
CHILDREN MUST NOT USE THE EQUIPMENT UNTIL PROPERLY INSTALLED.
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS SMALL PARTS AND IS NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 36 MONTHS.
REMOVE ALL PACKAGING BEFORE GIVING TO YOUR CHILDREN.
ONLY FOR DOMESTIC USE. FOR OUTDOOR USE. ADULT SUPERVISION IS REQUIRED.
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IMPORTANT, BEFORE YOU BEGIN, READ THIS MANUAL
Thank you for buying this Trampoline. The trampoline is designed and manufactured to provide you and your family
with many years of fun and exercise but, for your benefit and safety, please read this manual carefully and in full
before assembling and using your trampoline. Then, please retain this manual for future reference.
! WARNING !
Do not land on head or neck. Paralysis or death can result even if you land in the
middle of the trampoline mat (bed).
Do not land on knees.
To reduce the chance of landing on your head or neck, do not do somersaults
(flips).
Only one person at a time on the trampoline.
Multiple jumpers increase the chances of loss of control, collision, and falling off.
This can result in broken head, neck, back, or leg.
Warning!
l Only one user. Collision hazard
l Always close the net opening before practice
l Practice with/without shoes (as decided by the manufacturer)
l Do not use the mat when it is wet
l Empty pockets and hands before practice
l Always Jump in the middle of the mat
l Do not exit the mat by a jump
l Limit the time of continuous usage (make regular stops)
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Regular maintenance is required.
Neglecting regular maintenance can lead to a risk for users;
l Check all nuts and bolts for tightness and tighten when required;
l Check that all spring-loaded (pit pin) joints are still intact and cannot become dislodged during play
l Check all coverings for bolts and sharp edges and replace when required;
l Retain the maintenance instruction manual;
Inform about the hazard for outdoor trampolines in strong wind conditions and that outdoor trampolines shall be equipped with a device to avoid displacement due to wind (e.g. steel bars in
the ground or loads like sand bag or water bags.
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YOUR NEW TRAMPOLINE
ASSEMBLY INFORMATION
Trampolines must be assembled by an adult. They must be erected exactly in accordance with the assembly instructions,
which follow. Enlisting the aid of a helper will make assembly easier. This trampoline does not require any additional
tools to assemble. Please take an inventory of all parts before assembly and ensure that all parts listed are included.
Also please take care during assembly as the manufacturing process can sometimes result in the occasional sharp edge
and small pieces of waste metalwork. The use of gloves to protect your hands from pinch points during assembly is also
recommended. Should there be any missing parts, the toy must not be used until replacement parts have been fitted.
Spares: Email: directsales@tptoys.com
SITING
The trampoline must always be used in a well lit area. Under no circumstances should it be positioned on a hard surface
such as concrete or asphalt, unless the ground under the trampoline plus the recommended freespace area is covered
with a safety surface (please refer to diagram on page 16). Examples of suitable surfaces are grass, sand or a play surface
intended for this use. The trampoline must be placed on a level
surface. A minimum of 24ft of overhead clearance is required for
this product. Adequate horizontal clearance must be maintained
from objects and possible hazards including electric power
wiring, tree limbs and fencing.
HIGH WINDS
It is possible for the trampoline to be blown about by high wind.
If you anticipate high winds, the trampoline should be moved to
a sheltered location, or be disassembled, or the round outside
portion (top frame) should be tied to the ground using rope and
stakes. At least three tie-downs should be used. Do not simply
secure the legs to the ground, as they can pull out of the frame
sockets.
GENERAL SAFETY GUIDELINES
USAGE
This trampoline is designed and made for family outdoor domestic use only. The trampoline is not intended for use outside
of these guidelines. The user should be either barefoot, in socks, or wearing gymnastic shoes. Misuse can result in injury.
Inspect the trampoline before use and always replace worn, defective or missing parts.
Warning for domestic use only!
SUPERVISION
Children should always be supervised while they are playing on trampolines and should be instructed not to use the
trampoline in an inappropriate or hazardous manner. We recommend that they do not wear loose-fitting clothing or
jewellery that may catch or snag during play. Ensure that younger children do not walk or crawl underneath the trampoline
and keep the area around and underneath free from all solid objects at all times.
WEATHER CONDITIONS
Special care should be taken as weather conditions change. In particular, a wet trampoline mat (bed) is too slippery for safe
jumping. Gusty or severe winds can cause jumpers to lose control. To reduce the chance of injury, use the trampoline only
under appropriate weather conditions. In cold weather, tongues and lips can stick to metalwork at subzero temperatures.
In warmer and sunnier weather, parts can become hot, and the temperature should be regularly checked during play,
especially metal parts.
WATER PLAY
Many surfaces can become slippery during water play. Extra caution and supervision is required when combining water
(e.g. paddling pools, aqua slides etc.) with other forms of outdoor play.
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USING YOUR TRAMPOLINE - IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
BEFORE YOU BEGIN, REMEMBER
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
Trampolines are rebounding devices which propel the user to unaccustomed heights, and into a variety of body movements. Rebounding off the trampoline, striking the frame or springs, or improperly landing on the trampoline may cause injury.
All purchasers and all persons using the trampoline must become familiar with the manufacturers recommendations for the proper assembly, use and care of the trampoline. Each user must also be alert to his/her own limitations in the execution of trampoline skills. Assembly instructions, selected precautions and suggestions for the care and maintenance of the trampoline are included in this user’s manual to promote safe, enjoyable use of this equipment.
It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure that all users of this trampoline are adequately informed of all warnings and safety instructions.
Never allow more than one (1) person on the trampoline at a time. Multiple jumpers increases the chance of
someone becoming injured. Jumpers may collide with one another, fall off the trampoline, fall on or through the springs, or land incorrectly on the mat.
Always secure the trampoline against unauthorized and unsupervised use.
Inspect the trampoline before each use and replace any worn, defective, or missing parts.The following conditions could represent potential hazards:
(1) Missing, improperly positioned, or insecurely attached frame padding,
(2) Punctures, frays, tears, or holes worn in the bed or frame padding,
(3) Deterioration in the stitching or fabric of the bed or frame padding,
(4) Ruptured springs,
(5) A bent or broken frame,
(6) A sagging bed, or sharp protrusions on the frame or suspension system.
7. Adult supervision of children - Children should always be supervised while they are playing on the trampoline fitted with a Bounce Surround and should be instructed not to use it in an inappropriate or hazardous manner.
In particular be aware of:
Use trampoline surround only with mature, knowledgeable supervision
Do not attempt to jump over the barrier
Do not attempt to crawl under the barrier.
Do not intentionally rebound off the barrier.
Do not hang from, kick, cut or climb on the barrier.
Wear clothing free of drawstrings, hooks, loops or anything that could get caught in the barrier.
Do not attach anything to the barrier that is not a manufacturer-approved accessory or part of the surround system.
Enter and exit the surround only at the surround door or barrier opening designated for that purpose.
BOUNCING
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Always bounce in the centre of the bed. Bouncing near the edge of the bed can lead to injury and can also stretch the springs.
Avoid bouncing too high. Stay low until you can control your bounce and land consistently in the middle of the bed.
Learn basic bounces and body positions thoroughly before trying more advanced skills. Attempting a manoeuvre beyond present skill levels increases the chance of loss of control. A controlled jump is one where the landing is in the same spot as the take off. Before learning a more difficult manoeuvre, the preceding one should be performed consistently under control.
Do not attempt somersaults without proper instruction and supervision. Landing on your head or neck, even in the middle of the trampoline mat increases the risk of a broken neck, which can result in paralysis or death.
To regain control and stop your jump, bend your knees sharply when you land.
Do not bounce for too long or when tired.
Do not use the trampoline when under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF YOUR TRAMPOLINE
GENERAL
Your trampoline is designed to stand outside all year round and generally requires very little maintenance. However, a little
care and forethought can add years to your trampoline’s life. Remember that the bed (mat) and frame pads are made of
synthetic materials and are easily damaged by cigarette ends, fireworks and bonfire debris.
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Check all nuts and bolts for tightness and tighten when required.
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Check that all spring-loaded (pit pin) joints are still intact and cannot become dislodged during play.
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Check all coverings for bolts and sharp edges and replace when required.
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Retain the maintenance instruction manual.
FRAME
Do not sit or stand on the frame or the frame pads while the trampoline is in use as this restricts the frames natural reflex
action. Oil or petroleum jelly applied where the springs hook into the frame will reduce squeaking and frame hole wear.
If surface rust appears it should be removed with either a wire brush or coarse sandpaper, and the area treated with a
non-toxic paint.
THE MAT
The mat (bed) will,over the years, be gradually weakened by the effects of ultra violet radiation. Therefore, the more it can be
protected from direct sunlight the longer it will last. A little mould or mildew should not harm the mat.
Do make sure that shoes are removed before bouncing and ensure that any other sharp objects such as belt buckles,
brooches and jewellery are removed too.
THE SPRINGS
Do not stand on the springs whilst the trampoline is in use. Try not to bounce on to the springs. They are not designed for
this sort of stress and can become stretched, misshapen and weakened. If you find you have any stretched springs, it is
important to replace them as soon as possible to avoid damage to the trampoline mat and avoid overloading and therefore
damaging the remaining good springs
FIRE RISKS AND DISPOSAL
Never allow toys to be placed or used near a fire. When it becomes necessary to dispose of your equipment, remove all
bolts and disassemble. Store out of the reach of children until it can be properly disposed of.
METHODS OF ACCIDENT PREVENTION
JUMPER’S ROLE IN PREVENTING ACCIDENTS
Education on the part of the user is a must for safety. Users must first learn a low controlled bounce and the basic landing
positions and combinations before proceeding to intermediate skills. Jumpers must understand why they have to master
“control” before they can start thinking about other moves. Understanding the proper progression of skills in jumping on a
trampoline must be the first lesson.
SUPERVISORS ROLE IN PREVENTING ACCIDENTS
It is the responsibility of the supervisors of trampoline users to provide knowledgeable and mature supervision. They need
to know and enforce all the rules and warnings set forth in this manual in order to minimize the likelihood of accidents and
injuries and to inform users of these rules. During periods of time when supervision is unavailable or inadequate, this may
require that the trampoline be disassembled, placed in a secure area, or otherwise secured against unauthorized use. It is
the responsibility of the supervisor to be sure that the users are fully aware of the safety guidelines which are printed on the
pads.
These instructions are issued in the interest of child safety, and we do ask you to follow our advice.
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Standing Bounce
Use the basic “feet to feet” standing bounce to
warm up and get the feel of the trampoline.
Try to keep the body straight. Your legs should
be slightly apart when landing on the bed and
together in the air with toes pointed. As you
jump up from the trampoline bed push down
hard on the balls of feet and toes, stretch your
body upwards and swing your arms forward
and upwards.
As you come down onto the bed bring your
arms down to your sides, part your legs slightly,
land with feet flat and flex your knees.
SEAT DROP
HALF TWIST
IMPORTANT: TO STOP YOUR BOUNCE
First, without bouncing, just sit in the middle
of the bed in the correct landing position. This
is with your legs together and straight out in
front of you. Lean slightly backwards with back
straight, arms beside and slightly behind you
with fingers together and pointing forward.
Next stand up and drop to the Seat Drop
position, without bouncing. Then try the move
from a little bounce. To bounce back onto your
feet lift hips forward and push up with your
hands.
Make sure that you drop to the Seat Drop
position in the middle of the bed and land back
on your feet in the middle of the bed.
STRADDLE JUMP
TUCK JUMP
PIKE JUMP
HANDS AND KNEES
BACK BOUNCING
BACK DROP
Bend your knees as your feet touch the bed.
Practice this move so that you are confident
that you can stop dead if you find you are
getting out of control or going away from the
centre of the bed.
Similar to the pike jump, but stretch your
legs apart as far as possible with the toes
pointed and try to touch the top of your feet in
the position at the top of the bounce, before
returning to land on your feet with your arms at
your sides.
Without bouncing, adopt the hands and knees
position as shown. Return to the standing
position and with a small bounce lift your hips
back and upwards and drop to the hands
and knees position. Hands and knees must
hit the bed at exactly the same time. Push up
slightly with your arms to return to the Standing
position.
Start as if doing just a standing bounce. At the
top of your bounce bring your knees to your
chest and briefly clasp your shins. Let go and
return to standing bounce with body straight
and arms at sides before landing on the bed.
As an introduction to the Back Drop and to get
the feel of where and how to bounce on your
back,try back bouncing. Without bouncing,
adopt the Back Drop position. Keep your chin
forward and head off the bed by continuing to
look forwards. With legs and hands up in the
air start regular bouncing motions by bringing
your knees up towards your chest to push your
body into the bed, then open your legs out
to lift off the bed. Tuck them in as you hit the
bed and open out to leave the bed. Work with
the bounce and you’ll find this an easy and
enjoyable move.
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From a Standing Bounce, as you leave
the bed raise both arms and bring them
together above your head whilst looking in
the direction you wish to twist. This action will
help you twist your body round so that you
land facing the opposite direction, having
rotated through 180 degrees. The higher and
quicker you lift your arms the further you will
twist. Always twist in the same direction.
FULL TWIST
Performed as for the half twist but with more
effort so that you rotate through a full 360
degrees and land in the same position that
you took off from. Do not attempt a full twist
until you have perfected the half twist.
Start as if doing a standing bounce. At the
top of your bounce, bending your body at the
hips, raise your legs, keeping them straight
and together, to the horizontal position
and briefly touch your shins. Return to the
standing bounce before landing on the bed
with arms at your sides.
First without bouncing, adopt the Back Drop
position. Keep your chin forward and head
off the bed. Legs should point upwards and
forwards, at about 60 degrees from the surface
of the bed and arms at a similar angle.
From standing position with hardly any bounce,
keeping sight of the outside of the trampoline
all the time, kick both legs up and forward
lifting hips and aim to land in the centre of the
bed on the upper part of your back. Lift your
hips up and forward and bear down with your
legs to return to standing position.
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SWIVEL HIPS
Swivel Hips is really three simple moves put
together to make one: seat drop - half twist seat drop. To start off, try joining the last two
parts of the move together so that you land in a
seat drop facing the opposite direction.
Once you have got the last two parts of the
move together add on the first seat drop, reach
upwards and forwards from the first seat drop
and turn your hips and body. Your straight
legs can then follow through under your body
into the second seat drop facing the opposite
direction.
FRONT DROPS
Without bouncing, adopt the Front Drop position by lying flat on your front in the middle of the
bed with your head up, arms bent, palms downwards on the bed, with fingers nearly touching
each other just forward of your chin. Now adopt the hands and knees position and from a small
bounce, kick your legs backwards, and adopt the Front Drop position with your head and arms.
Practice bouncing from hands and knees to Front Drop and back again.
To do a front drop from standing position it is important to realise that you must DROP to the
centre of the bed. You must NOT dive forwards as this can be extremely uncomfortable.
Do your first Front Drop from standing without bouncing by lifting your hips and heels upwards
and backwards. It is better to move backwards when doing a Front Drop than to dive forwards.
When landing in the Front Drop position, your forearms, stomach and thighs should all hit the
bed at the same time. Push with your arms to return to the standing position in the centre of the
bed.
Once you have mastered all these moves you can start performing them one after the other to
create a routine. Start your routine with a few standing bounces to set your rhythm.
Try to perform each skill neatly, at a consistent height and always in the middle of the bed.
You can put together moves in whatever order you wish. Some are more difficult than others.
Here are two suggested basic routines.
Start with Routine A. Once you have mastered Routine A you are ready to start Routine B.
Routine A
1. Front Drop
2. To Feet
3. Tuck Jump
4. Half Twist
5. Straddle Jump
6. Seat Drop
7. To Feet
8. Pike Jump
9. Full Twist
10. Standing Bounce
Routine B
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Seat Drop............................) Swivel
Half Twist to Seat Drop.....) Hips
Half Twist to feet
Half Twist
Tuck Jump
Front Drop
To Feet
Straddle Jump
Back Drop
To Feet
There are a number of other moves that fit together well. These are usually called progressions.
When you are ready try some of these:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Seat Drop to hands and knees to Front Drop.
Seat Drop to Front Drop.
Front Drop to Seat Drop.
Back Drop to Front Drop.
BEWARE OF.....
You may have noticed that the Knee Drop is missing from the list of moves. This is a very simple move which is no longer recommended by the British
Trampoline Federation, as it can cause the bouncer to lose control, bounce forward and fly head first off the side of the trampoline. It has also been
known to cause back injuries. Remember that if you happen to do a Knee Drop you are, in fact, isolating two of your bodies vital control and energy
absorption joints; your knees and your ankles.
There are many more trampoline moves that require a higher degree of skill and training and should be taught by a qualified trampoline coach.
It is not always realised that somersaults and moves involving full rotation in the air are potentially very dangerous if attempted without proper
training and supervision. For this reason we recommend that somersaults are not attempted unless under the supervision of a properly qualified
trampoline coach.
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TRAMPOLINING AS A SPORT ...
If you would like to take up trampolining as a sport, contact your nearest Leisure Centre and ask about trampoline lessons. If they are unable to help
you, contact the British Gymnastics at:
Ford Hall
Lilleshall National Sports Centre
Newport, Shropshire
TF10 9NB
Telephone: 01952 820 330
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CONTENTS 10ft, 12ft AND 14ft TRAMPOLINE FRAME- Please Check
8ft
SURROUND
8ft FC43008
10ft
12ft
14ft
10ft FC30688
FC7800
FC4202
FC4201
FC3075
12ft FC30718
14ft FC30668
8ft FM57328
8 PM9207
8 PM9208
10ft FM57418
8ft
10ft
12ft
14ft
12ft FM57438
14ft FM30618
8ft FC4301 8
10ft, 12ft, 14ft FC3062 8
24FC2016
16FA8606
FC8699
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FC8699
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FC8699
72
FC8699
88
8 WF9873
FC8681
25mm
1 DP7867
DP7868
DP7869
DP7870
8 FC2070
CONTENTS SURROUND
8 PM1985
FB6046
PM2080
1 - 6ft, 8ft, 10ft & 12ft
8ft
10ft
12ft
14ft
16FA8607
Tools
1
FB7802
FB7804
FB7805
FB7803
8 FA6840 8 FA6394
1 FB6048
8ft FC4306 8
10ft, 12ft, 14ft FC3064 8
8ft FC5733 8
10ft, 12ft, 14ft FM3067 8
8ft FB7801 8
10ft, 12ft, 14ft FB3076 8
8ft
10ft
12ft
14ft
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TS3096
TS3097
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FRAME ASSEMBLY
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10ft56
12ft72
14ft88
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1st 1st
5th 5th
5th 5th
7th 7th
7th 7th
3rd 3rd
3rd 3rd
4th 4th
4th 4th
8th 8th
8th 8th
6th 6th
6th 6th
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8 FA6394 8 F6840
8 PM1985
Assembly Tip
Place surround on trampoline
frame/mat as shown
to help assemble surround
top rim and uprights.
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2
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FB6046
PM2080
1 - 6ft, 8ft, 10ft & 12ft
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8ft
10ft
12ft
14ft
FB6044
FB6045
FB6047
FB6046
PM2080
1 - 6ft, 8ft, 10ft & 12ft
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1 DP7867
DP7868
DP7869
DP7870
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Outside
Skirt
Underside
Skirt
Underside
Skirt
Pull surround around
the uprights
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Outside
Skirt
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Recommended safe play area:
700cm
200cm
200cm
200cm
Recommended Free Space:
The Safe Play Area refers to the zone extending 200cm (2 metres) beyond the toy on all sides and 700cm (7 metres) above
the toy. The Safe Play Area must be free from all structures, landscaping, trees and branches, rocks, wires, sprinkler heads
and other similar obstacles to safe play. Children can be seriously injured running or colliding into such obstacles.
Genius Octagonal Trampoli
Trampoline dimensions:
8ft
Mat
190cm
Frame
8ft/Dia
244cm
10ft
12ft
Mat
254cm
Mat
313cm
371cm
Frame
10ft/Dia
305cm
Frame
12ft/Dia
366cm
Frame
14ft/Dia
427cm
90cm
62cm
300cm
420cm
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Mat
90cm
90cm
359cm
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481cm
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