(Aug 12, 2019) If you have a child who likes to jump on trampolines, you should be cautious about the Super Jumper Trampoline that was recalled.
The Consumer Product and Safety Commission has received 97 reports of the welds on the metal railing breaking off, resulting in four consumers to suffer minor injuries. The Super Jumper trampoline has enclosures sold without reinforcement clamps.
The recall involves about 23,000 units of the trampoline that comes in either 14 or 16-foot sizes. It has a black mat with a blue pad covering the springs.
The Super Jumper was manufactured between November 2011 and June 2019, and sold online at Walmart, Amazon, Hayneedle, and Overstock for roughly $200 to $400.
#Recall: @SuperJumperInc 14 and 16-foot trampolines and combos; welds on the metal legs can fail; fall and injury hazards. Get free repair kit. CONTACT: 866-757-3636 or https://t.co/QIC3puFjgH. Full recall notice: https://t.co/4AexJF3LZP pic.twitter.com/IBRhu9SXiq
— US Consumer Product Safety Commission (@USCPSC) August 2, 2019
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