Vuly Ultra vs Lift 2 Trampolines: Which is Right for Your Family?

Choosing the right trampoline for your family is a big decision. You want something safe, durable, and fun for everyone. Unfortunately, trampoline injuries are not uncommon, and many trampolines end up in landfill each year because they aren’t built to withstand the elements.

Thankfully, Vuly offers two excellent options: the Ultra and the Lift 2. Both trampolines are designed with safety and durability in mind. They both feature a robust build, high-quality materials, and comprehensive warranties, ensuring peace of mind for parents and endless fun for kids. Let’s evaluate each model to see which fits your family’s needs best.

Before diving in, we recommend you read this guide on Vuly’s blog, which outlines the key differences between each model: Choosing a Vuly Trampoline – Which Model Suits You?

Vuly Ultra

The Vuly Ultra is a mid-range trampoline offering solid build quality, excellent safety features, and a reasonable price. It’s designed to be a durable and fun addition to any backyard. Vuly’s Ultra model is praised for its robust construction, good bounce, and ease of assembly, making it a popular choice for many families.

Vuly Lift 2

The Vuly Lift 2 is a premium model with enhanced features and build quality. It has a powder-coated frame and superior safety features. It’s built to last and handle the harsh Australian climate.

Size and Weight

Below we compare the size and weight measurements of the size Large for each model.

FeatureVuly UltraVuly Lift 2
Frame width359 cm381 cm
Mat width323.5 cm314 cm
Safety net height175 cm180 cm
Trampoline height281 cm292 cm
Assembled weight90.9 kg118.8 kg
Weight capacity150 kg150 kg

The Lift 2 is slightly larger and heavier, contributing to a more stable and robust structure. If you have a bigger backyard and want a trampoline that can withstand more active play, the Lift 2 might be the better choice.

Build Quality and Materials

FeatureVuly UltraVuly Lift 2
Frame materialGalvanised steelPowder-coated galvanised steel
Frame designU-shaped legsDual ring frame
Spring count7072
Spring length13.7 cm14.1 cm
Flippable paddingNoYes

The Lift 2 has superior build quality with its powder-coated frame, dual ring frame, and flippable padding. This makes it more durable and better suited to withstand the elements, making it a great long-term investment.

According to Vuly, “the Lift 2 features higher quality in the materials of the net, mat, and safety padding”.

However, the Ultra should last you a long time as well. Our expert says “the Ultra’s frame, springs, mat, and padding are sufficiently strong and long-lasting. The Ultra holds up well in all kinds of weather.”

Vuly Lift 2 Powder-Coated Frame

Safety Features

FeatureVuly UltraVuly Lift 2
Meets AS4989:2015YesYes
Curved safety net polesYesYes
Self-closing entryYesYes
External springsYesYes
No underside accessNoYes

Both trampolines meet the voluntary Australian trampoline safety standard and offer excellent safety features. They each feature a net and mat design that ensures small hands cannot contact the springs from inside the trampoline. The Lift 2 excels with its higher safety net and additional padding.

Vuly Ultra net and mat connection

Note the Lift 2 also has mesh that prevents underside access, reducing the risk of children ending up underneath while someone else is jumping.

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Performance and Bounce

FeatureVuly UltraVuly Lift 2
Spring count7072
Spring length13.7 cm14.1 cm
Weight capacity150 kg150 kg

Both the Vuly Ultra and Lift 2 feature an advanced rebound system that allows for a higher bounce by utilising two layers of springs. This system boosts momentum based on the bouncer’s weight, providing a deeper and more dynamic bounce experience. User feedback is positive in terms of bounce on both these models

Dual-Layer Springs

Ease of Assembly

FeatureVuly UltraVuly Lift 2
Nuts and boltsNoNo

Both models are designed for easy assembly without the need for nuts, bolts, or Velcro. This makes the setup process fairly straightforward. Vuly provides detailed assembly videos which can be very helpful.

Our expert suggests following Vuly’s assembly videos closely and notes that one common issue he sees with the Ultra is people not locking the side poles correctly, which can impact the trampoline’s stability. Taking your time to get it right will ensure the best performance and safety.

Vuly Ultra Assembly


FeatureVuly UltraVuly Lift 2
Frame warranty5 years10 years
Springs and mat warranty5 years5 years
Safety net and pads warranty1 year1 year

The Lift 2 offers a longer warranty on the frame, providing extra peace of mind and indicating a higher confidence in the product’s longevity.


FeatureVuly UltraVuly Lift 2
RRP ($AUD)$599$799
*Prices accurate at the time of writing.

The Ultra is more budget-friendly, while the Lift 2, although more expensive, offers more features and better build quality. If your budget allows, the Lift 2’s extra features and durability may be worth the investment.


AccessoryVuly UltraVuly Lift 2
Shade coverYesYes
Tent wallYesYes
Basketball hoopYesYes
Anchor kitYesYes

Both trampolines come with a range of accessories available for separate purchase. The Lift 2 also offers wheels for easier movement.


Unfortunately, neither of these trampolines come with an anchor kit. We highly recommend also purchasing the Vuly Trampoline Anchor Kit, which will secure your trampoline to the ground.


Both the Vuly Ultra and Lift 2 trampolines offer excellent safety and durability, making them great choices for families. The Ultra is budget-friendly, with robust build quality and good performance. It’s ideal for those seeking a reliable trampoline at a reasonable price.

On the other hand, the Lift 2, while more expensive, provides superior build quality, enhanced safety features, and a longer warranty, making it a better long-term investment. If you want the best in terms of durability and safety, and are willing to spend more, the Lift 2 is the way to go.

Still trying to decide on the right trampoline for your family? Take our Trampoline Quiz.

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