Lingo of Jumpers

  • Lingo
      • Jumper = inflatable = bouncey = bounce house
        • Something that you need to inflate with air to make it bouncy, and to jump on/ in it
      • Standard jumper = single jumper
        • A simple inflatable with a square shaped jumping area. 
        • It is typically a square about the size of two Prius-es put together (from 12 feet by 12 feet to about 15 feet by 15 feet). 
        • Best for beginner, easier to maintain order, but kids can get tired from jumping alone
        • Picture of inside and outside
      • Deluxe jumper = combo jumper = 4 in 1
        • A square shaped inflatable with a large jumping area, a basketball hoop inside, a climbing staircase, and a slide
        • It is usually about the size of two Camry-s put together (from 15 feet to 17 feet on one side). 
        • Great for all, as the kids can get lost in there for hours themselves with limited supervision (so that you can kick back for a tiny bit)
        • Picture of inside and outside
      • Slide
        • A larger inflatable that is from 2 to 4 story high
        • On one side is a climbing area, and the other is the slide 
        • Excellent for a large group to keep the line moving
        • Needs a slightly larger area
      • Obstacle Challenge Course
        • A 30 feet to 60 feet long inflatable obstacles that include slides, climbing, pop ups to go around/ under/ over
        • Excellent for a large group to keep the line moving
        • Needs a slightly larger area
        • Picture of inside 
      • Waterslide
        • Similar to the regular slide, but with a water hose connected to drip water from the top of the slide, making it extra slipper and fast
        • The landing is a pool of water at the end of the slide
        • Great for older kids (9+) or the fearless little ones