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JumpSport’s Patented Trampoline Safety Innovations Hug 8 Million Kids Everyday!



JumpSport invented and created the market for backyard trampoline safety! We are the largest independent online retailer of trampolines in the world, and the largest US-owned and based trampoline company.

In 1997, when we first started selling our revolutionary trampoline safety net, no retailers were selling enclosures! Within one year, Costco, Wal-mart, Sam’s Club, and many other retailers were selling our trampoline enclosures. Today, JumpSport safety nets, or those based on or using our patented designs, are sold with nearly 1 million trampolines each year in the USA and over 1.8 million worldwide. Maybe that’s why JumpSport’s Founder, Mark Publicover, the Father of Trampoline Safety, likes to say: “We’re gonna hug 8 million kids today…it’s a great day!”

Because of our pioneering work to create the first affordable and easy-to-install trampoline safety enclosure, over 250,000 trampoline injuries have been prevented in the USA alone…that equates to over $4.2 billion in injury related costs*, and every year now, more than 1.5 billion in injury costs are prevented worldwide!

Below, you can read about our World-changing Trampoline Safety Inventions.

*(Based on CPSC Trampoline injury data & industry sales data)


Patent # 6,053,845

Abstract
A fence surrounds a trampoline and extends above the rebounding surface, reducing the risk of injury. Shock absorption is aided in the preferred embodiment by a support system of independent poles, linked at their tops by a flexible strap or line. An impact anywhere on the fence causes the posts to flex inwardly, absorbing the force. Much of this impact injury is stored in system components and is subsequently returned, helping propel an errant jumper back onto to the rebounding surface. Numerous other embodiments and accessories are also detailed. Similar arrangements are suitable for use with above ground pools. [read more]


Patent # 6,261,207

Abstract
A fence surrounds a trampoline and extends above the rebounding surface, reducing the risk of injury. Shock absorption is aided in the preferred embodiment by a support system of independent poles, linked at their tops by a flexible strap or line. An impact anywhere on the fence causes the posts to flex inwardly, absorbing the force. Much of this impact injury is stored in system components and is subsequently returned, helping propel an errant jumper back onto to the rebounding surface. Numerous other embodiments and accessories are also detailed. Similar arrangements are suitable for use with above ground pools.. [read more]


Patent # 6,840,891

Abstract

Springs (10) or other elastic connectors used to support a bed (14) within the frame of a trampoline or the like are attached using methods that systematically vary the tension (or the travel distance required to reach limit of elasticity) between adjacent (or sets of adjacent) springs (10). These spring attachment methods increase the time it takes a given trampoline to absorb a given amount of energy, increasing the shock absorption time and thereby reducing the likelihood of an injury. [read more]


Patent # 6,846,271

Abstract

A trampoline system has a rebounding bed and a resilient member located below the bed at such a position that the bed depresses the resilient member when the bed is sufficiently depressed by a person jumping on the bed. The presence of the resilient member makes it easy to tune the system to adjust the performance of the trampoline and to minimize impacts on a jumper and thereby reduce the likelihood of bed-impact injuries. [read more]


Patent # 7,060,001

Abstract

A trampoline system has a rebounding bed and a resilient member located below the bed at such a position that the bed depresses the resilient member when the bed is sufficiently depressed by a person jumping on the bed. The presence of the resilient member makes it easy tune the system to adjust the performance of the trampoline and to minimize impacts on a jumper and thereby reduce the likelihood of bed-impact injuries. [read more]