Read and follow all instructions in your Assembly Manual before using your Vuly, and do not use it in any way that is not described in the manual.
Responsibility rests with the owner and supervisors of the product to make sure that all users are aware of the practices specified in the manual.
Keep your Assembly Manual for future reference.
Place the trampoline on a flat, level surface with impact-attenuating properties – such as grass or rubber. Ensure that it is sufficiently stable to prevent it from tipping over or blowing away. Sandbags or pegs may be suitable anchorage devices.
Keep a minimum of 8m clearance overhead, when measured from the mat height, to prevent users from inadvertently contacting overhead hazards – such as electric wires, tree branches and laundry lines.
Maintain a minimum of 2m clearance on all sides of the trampoline. This area should not include concrete, bitumen, brick, walls, structures, fences and other play areas or hard surfaces. These can cause serious injuries if users fall off the trampoline. Keep the space around the trampoline clear.
Assemble in a well-lit area, and not on top of other objects. Do not store anything on or underneath the trampoline mat.
For care and maintenance, use and behaviour and assembly instructions, find your relevant Vuly Assembly Manual here.
Place the swing set on a flat, level surface with impact attenuating properties – such as grass or rubber*. Ensure that it is sufficiently stable to prevent it from tipping over or blowing away. Always secure the swing set to the ground with the included Anchor Kit.
*If you have no impact-attenuating surfaces, and you assemble a swing set on concrete, you must secure it to with the Bolt Kit accessory (sold separately).
Keep a minimum of 2m clearance overhead and on all sides. This area should not include fences, walls, overhanging wires or branches, laundry lines or other hard surfaces, as these can cause serious injuries.
Perform every checking procedure before using the trampoline: