Super Jumper recently recalled 23,000 trampolines due to safety concerns.
Earlier this week, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Super Jumper issued a recall for nearly 23,000 trampolines over concerns they pose a fall and injury hazard for children. According to the company, which is based in South San Francisco, it has received “97 reports of the welds on the metal railings breaking, resulting in four consumers suffering minor injuries.”
According to the notice, three trampolines are affected by the recall, including the “Super Jumper 14-foot trampolines, and 14-foot and 16-foot combo trampolines with enclosures sold without reinforcement clamps.” The recall states:
“Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled trampolines and contact Super Jumper for a free repair kit which consists of reinforcement clamps that clamp around the trampolines’ welded joints.”
The trampolines were available for purchase on popular websites like Wayfair.com, Overstock.com, and Amazon.com between 2011 and June 2019. Additionally, their retail cost was between $200 and $400. If you have additional questions or concerns about the recall or would like to request a repair kit, contact Super Jumper at 866-757-3636 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.