Due to the success of the end of year sales of the FUN model, we are unfortunately out of stock!
The new FUN model in red will be available around January 15th.
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THE POGO STICK FOR CHILDREN
There is no need to wait for your 14th birthday to get strong sensations! The FUN TK8 is specially designed for Young jumpers of less than 120 pounds, to quickly experience the thrill while still achieving many tricks, but also crossing over. And of course it is great for your health.
> RECOMENDATIONS FOR THE TK8 FUN FOR CHILDREN:
Wear an helmet (find the helmet for pogostick on our website)
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From 8 years or from 70 pounds to 120 pounds.
TK8 FUN Video :
The TK8 FUN has been conceived in France to be a real sport device. It allows jumps of more than 2.5 feetand enables the jumper to achieve many tricks, just like those with a scooter.
It supports coordination, balance and physical health. No need to go to a park. You can practice in your garden, in front of your house. This is a strong pogostick which will prepare you for jumping with a BIG Air.
Make sure all connections are secure.
All fastener must be tights properly, foot stepper,
Handle-bars and body must be bolted securely.
Do not jump on a surface witch is wets oily or even lightly covered with sands gravels leaves or litter. Using your TK8 too close to other people is dangerous and rude. There is no way to predict how they will reach so back off. Respect their safety and their space. Steer clear of streets, parking lots and any other area vehicles may use.
Once you have mastered the TK8 it’s possible to bounce so high that the top of your head may be 10 feet in the air or more. Even novices, however, should check for overhead clearance all around the field of action.
SAFETY: Read the instruction on the TK8. The TK8 is a sports device and carries risks associated with its use. Injuries due to falls may occur. Follow the two rules below:
1. Gradually use the TK8 according to your capabilities.
2. Protect your body. Wear a TK8 helmet, or other helmet CE standards EN1078. Wear solid shoes. Protect your articulation by wearing protections.
We disclaim any responsibility for any accident, injury or damage suffered by anyone!