Trampoline Tennis Review

Throw It, Catch It, Bounce It!

Trampoline Tennis

We have had some excellent warm and sunny weather over the past couple of weeks and summer is getter closer and closer. With the weather being so good its time to get out and start enjoying the outdoors and having some fun. We have been spending some time in the garden and have been playing a reimagining of a bat and ball game that is excellent fun (even for the adults). We have been playing a game where you bounce a string ‘ball’ off handheld trampolines, and it is fantastic fun. We have been playing Trampoline Tennis from The Happy Puzzle Company.

Trampoline Tennis is a game of throwing, catching and bouncing. It is available in two different sizes: Mini (disk size approx. 30cm diameter) for 4 years old to adult and Medium (disk size approx. 37cm diameter) for 5 years old to adult. Each set consists of two trampoline-style discs and 1 string ball.

There is very minimal packaging with Trampoline Tennis and the carboard that it comes in is widely recycled. In the packing are two quite plastic large discs, one red and one blue, with a trampoline-style bouncy netting over the hollow centres and one string ‘ball’ in red and blue (colour may vary). There is no setting up needed to play, you just remove the discs from the cardboard sleeve and start playing.

To play you just bounce the string ‘ball’ on the trampoline-style netting on the disc. You can play solo, practicing tricks or play as a two player game and hit the ‘ball’ to each other, effectively playing a tennis-style game. But that isn’t the extent of the game. The ‘ball’ can bounce as high as a house off the discs so playing is excellent fun – players move around, playing together, performing tricks and it is perfect for developing skills such as hand/eye co-ordination and concentration. You can also throw the ‘ball’ to each other if you just want a game of catch. And the discs also have another fantastic use, they can also be used as super-sized frisbees to throw to each other. A very versatile set of trampoline-style discs.

Overall, we LOVE Trampoline Tennis. Who would have thought that a bat and ball could be reimagined and be so much fun (and not just for the kids). It is the perfect game to get everybody out in the fresh air, enjoying the outdoors, and having some good fun. A good physical game that keeps the players moving, active and laughing, all out in the sun and fresh air.

The discs have some great bounce off the trampoline-like netting to them and the string ‘ball’ can get some good height and distance. With such good bounce you do have to be careful where you play as you could easily lose the special string ‘ball’ on roofs, other gardens etc. but it would be perfect for open spaces such as a park. It is inevitable at some point we will lose the ‘ball’ but replacements can be purchased on The Happy Puzzle Company website for £2.49 for a single or £5.99 for a set of three (colours may vary).

We think that Trampoline Tennis is excellent. We were using the medium size and thought the discs were a good size for the kids and adults whether using as a bat or a frisbee (the disc moves through the air quite well). The discs are lightweight and easy to hold and use. The string ‘ball’ is also lightweight, colourful and fun to hit and bounce.

Trampoline Tennis is excellent fun for getting out to enjoy the outdoors and keep active. It is so easy to use and can be played as a solo or two player game. It’s also lightweight enough to take anywhere with you, so you can play at home in the garden, at your local park or on the beach. The more space you have to play in the better it is.

A simple idea that is lots of fun for kids, adults and families. If we had to make any changes to it, it would just be the addition of a drawstring bag to keep it all together for easy transportation.

Rating: 5/5

RRP: £19.99 (Mini) / £24.99 (Medium)

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DISCLOSURE: We received this product for free for the purpose of writing an honest and impartial review. All thoughts and opinions are our own. 


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