A water bouncer and a water trampoline are both inflatable structures that can be used for water play, but there are some key differences between the two.
A water bouncer is typically smaller and lower to the water than a water trampoline. It is designed to be bounced on by one or two people at a time, and is generally more stable than a water trampoline. Water bouncers are also typically easier to set up and take down than water trampolines, making them a good option for those with limited space or time.
Some examples of water bouncers are the Aquaglide Lakefront Ricochet Bouncers offered in two different sizes, or the RAVE Bongo Bouncers offered in four different sizes.
A water trampoline, on the other hand, is larger and higher off the water than a water bouncer. It is designed to be used by multiple people at once, and can be used for a variety of activities such as jumping, flipping, and diving. Water trampolines can be more challenging to set up and take down than water bouncers, but they offer a wider range of play options and are better suited for larger groups of people.
Water trampoline options offered by Aquaglide are their Lakefront Recoil Trampoline in two popular sizes, or the Eclipse Aqua Jump series by RAVE Sports in two sizes.
Overall, the choice between a water bouncer and a water trampoline will depend on your personal preferences, the size of your group, and the activities you plan to do on the water.
If you are looking to purchase for a commercial waterfront, such as kids camps, resort, or campground, we suggest you look at the Aquaglide Commercial SuperTramps that are made to accomodate higher traffic.
Learn more about different water bouncer and trampoline options we offer here, and find a dealer near you!