Utah-based company, Skywalker has recalled 60,000 tramplines due to 250 reports of straps breaking. Fortunately, no injuries have been reported and Skywalker is voluntarily recalling the trampolines, which were made in China. The reportedly broken straps help hold up the top portion of the trampoline enclosure, and broken straps could make it easier for users to fall off the equipment.
The products were sold as Trampoline and Enclosure Combos between January 2007 and February 2009 in stores nationwide for $400-600. They are 13 square feet. Skywalker is advising consumers to stop using the trampolines and to call 866-603-5867 for a repair kit.
If you've been injured by a product which has been recalled, please contact Texas Injury Attorney Mark A. Anderson for a free consultation at 817-294-1900.