23,000 Super Jumper Trampolines Recalled Over Fall, Injury Hazards

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Dayton Daily News

August 6, 2019

By Kelcie Willis

Super Jumper Trampoline is recalling 23,000 of its products due to an issue with the legs of the trampolines that can result in falls or injury hazards.

According to a recall notice on the Super Trampoline website, the company’s Super Jumper 14- and 16-foot trampolines and trampoline combos are being recalled. The 14-foot trampolines have four U-shape legs and the 16-foot trampolines have six U-shape legs.

There have been 97 reports of injuries from metal legs breaking.

The trampolines were sold online at Wayfair.com, Amazon.com, Hayneedle.com and Overstock.com from June 2011 through June 2019 for $200 to $400.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has approved the recall. Under the recall, the company will provide reinforcement clamps for the trampolines as part of a free kit. Customers should immediately stop using the affected products and contact Super Jumper for a free repair kit.

Consumers can get the free kit by filling out and sending the recall customer information sheet at the Super Jumper website. Kits may take one to three months to process. A replacement trampoline or refund will not be provided if the clamps are installed.

Consumers can contact Super Jumper at 866-757-3636 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pacific time Monday through Friday or email recall@superjumperinc.com They can also visit the Super Jumper website.

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