Where Can I Get Jumping Castles In South Africa

What is a Jumping Castle?

Where Can I Get Jumping Castles In South Africa?

Rinies jumping castle

Address: Akelei Rd, Zandfontein 317-Jr, Pretoria, 0082, South Africa

Areas served: Gaborone and nearby areas

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 4:30 pm

Phone: +27 12 372 3553

Jumping Castle Factory

Address: 186 Joanique Park, Florentia Alberton Maputo, 1452, South Africa

Phone: +27 76 076 2782

Rainbow Inflatables

Address: 38 McKay Estates, Rissiville, 1929, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ and close at 5 pm

Phone: +27 83 268 0984

How much is a jumping castle to buy in South Africa?

The range includes jumping castles and themed inflatables suitable for every age group, from children’s birthday parties to adult corporate events.

The cost of buying an inflatable ranges from R7,000 to R70,000, depending on the size and product selected.

What is the best jumping castle to buy?

The best bounce house overall is the Blast Zone Big Ol Bouncer Inflatable Moonwalk on account of its generous jumping area, six-kid capacity, included blower, and quick-inflating design.

If you’re looking for an affordable option, we recommend the Intex Jump-O-Lene Castle Bouncer.

What to look for when buying a jumping castle?

Materials: usually PVC and nylon (choose a higher density for crash mats);

The seams: should feature reinforced stitching (often quadrupled);

The noise level of the blower: choose a quiet blower (especially if must be attached at all times);

The height of the crash mat: for shock absorption as children jump;

Recommended children’s age range (minimum and maximum);

Children’s weight (maximum);

Children’s height (to determine the height of the inflatable structure, for example);

The number of children allowed on the structure;

Toys and accessories supplied such as a slide, balls, etc.;

Compliance with standards (CE 2009/48/CE on the safety of toys, BS standards; RoHS, EMC, LVD);

Designed for swimming pool use (usually categorized as inflatable pool toys).