Features & Specifications
- 13 ft L x 12 ft W x 9 ft H inflated size
- Powered by strong UL blower (included)
- Heavy-duty commercial grade material on bouncing floor
- Heavy-duty puncture proof material with double to quadruple stitches
- Additional sliding surface velcroed on for a smoother slide and extra durability
- Basketball hoop included
- Large pillars for sturdy structure
- Strong 9″ stakes to secure the bounce house to the ground
- Long fill tube (approx. 6 ft) allows blower to be placed away from the bouncer while inflating
- Easy set up and take down
- Inflates in less than a minute
- Indoor and Outdoor Use (no need to use stakes or sandbag for indoors)
- Shipping weight: 69 lbs
- Package size: 33″ x17″ x18″
- Packed in heavy-duty carton with description on sides
Weight Limit Recommendations
- Recommended for ages 3 to 10 years old
- Maximum weight: 500 lbs
- Maximum kids inside at one time: 5
- Maximum individual weight: 100 lbs
- 13′ L x 12′ W x 9′ H bounce house
- 1 HP 6.2 Amp UL certified electric blower with 25 ft power cord with GFCI plug (Recommended for all electronic toys by the American Consumer Safety Committee)
- Basket ball hoop
- Ground stakes pack
- Carrying bag
- Repair kit and instructions
Amy Druckenmiller –
We managed to get many days of use out of this already, despite having ordered it in time for a November 6 birthday in New England. It’s away for Winter at this point, but the kids begged to use it right up until snow fell. My 4-year-old wears himself out bouncing on it and goes to bed easily on nights after we’ve had it out for a few hours in the afternoon. I get to sit on the deck with my coffee and chat on the phone while the kids bounce. They definitely need supervision to stay safe but unless the kids get really out of hand (in which case it’s time for the whole thing to go away), it’s not a stressful level of supervision for me. I’m a 5’0″ mom and while I’m strong for my size, it might help others to know that I can haul this thing from my basement and set it up by myself, as well as get it away by myself. It’s not a fun chore but it’s not a big deal, either. Maybe 5 minutes to set up and 15 to take down, as it does take a little doing to get the air out and roll it up tightly enough to pack it back in the bag, which is thankfully roomy enough not to require a degree in operations research to pack back up. I did also buy a cordless hand vacuum to clean up any grass or leaves the kids drag into it with their socks, as that seems to be the easiest way to keep it clean.
Retired HPD –
My wife wanted a swing set in the back yard for the grandkids. I felt that between the pool and a swing set I wouldn’t have much room left for the grass. I also didn’t look forward to having to mow and trim around the swing set each week. I thought the bounce house that could be easily set up and taken down would be a great alternative. I had seen other bounce houses at kids parties. The professional ones and the small cheap ones that didn’t seem as if they would last through one party let alone a season. This house caught my eye and I figured I would try it.
It turned out to be more than I had hoped for. It is extremely well constructed and will no doubt hold up for many years. It is large. Plenty of room for my four grandkids and large enough to hold several more of their friends. The ease of putting up and taking down makes it wonderful to deal with. The house came with a storage bag but I am not sure I could ever get it to fit in it. At least, I have no intention of even trying. I just fold it up and carry it to a plastic outdoor bin and store it all in there. Setting it up takes just minutes and I mean minutes. The best part is you could set it up wherever you want. I move it around the yard in order to not mess up the grass but also to avoid wet or muddy areas. I can also place it in sunny or shaded areas depending on the weather.
The house is sturdy enough that I am able to crawl my fat butt inside (225 lbs) and jumped up and down on my knees with the kids with no problem. A word of warning though…..I tried to sit on the very end of the slide while watching the kids jump. That will not hold my fat butt, not even close. I sank to the ground so fast and THAT was difficult to get back up from. It holds the kids just fine but I don’t think it will hold any adults. The blower is big and attaches easily. It is also fairly quiet. You can hear it but truthfully I never pay it any mind since it is not loud enough that you have to shout or can’t hear anybody talking.
The kids love it and it is very sturdy and well made. I have already recommended it to several other grandparents and they also are extremely happy with it. I would buy this again in a heart beat. The other plus is that at the end of the day the kids are worn out and isn’t that the goal all grandparents are trying to achieve?
Rob S –
We have had this bounce house for about 6 months, and LOVE IT!! My kids (and their friends) love it too. Here are some of the features that have stuck out to me so far:
1. FAST set up and take down!! It must take less than a minute to inflate and then it is actually easy to fit in the bag when deflated.
2. The material feels very durable and strong. We have done a lot of bouncing and it still looks new even though it has taken a lot of abuse by kids ranging from 2-11. Five kids can definitely fit in the bounce house- it has a good size bounce area and then the climbing wall and slide, so there is enough room. I’ve been in it too, and it supports my weight just fine.
3. I feel like it is safe as far as bounce houses go. There is netting at the top of the slide and the wall down the slide is high and sturdy. The entry way door only opens a couple feet high (it’s stitched together the rest of the way to the top) so the kids have to crawl through (meaning there is not a big, gaping hole for them to fall out of while bouncing).
4. There is a canopy-type cover that can be Velcroed to the top providing shade on warm/hot days.
5. My kids love the climbing wall almost as must as they love the slide. It is just FUN to climb up something, isn’t it? But, it’s not too hard for my almost 2-yr old who after some coaching has learned how to scale it.
Some additional information:
-There is a basketball hoop inside the bounce house, which the kids love. With the canopy on it can be a little difficult to shoot, but not impossible.
After six months, we still use this bounce house frequently, and expect to get many years of use out of it!! Lots of fun!