The Needak or the Bellicon Rebounder - Which to Buy?

by Kelley
(Boise, Idaho)


I've been looking at reviews until I'm cross eyed and have come to the conclusion that the best two trampolines are the Needak and Bellicon (maybe Cellerciser in there too?).

I weigh 368 pounds and am 5'4" and for the sake of my pocket book have determined that the Needak Hard Bounce is the right rebounder for me to upgrade to. Would you agree?

I do have a rebounder that I bought from a local manufacturer about 3 years ago. I paid $200 for it and I think it's a pretty decent rebounder, but I have to get serious about my weight and think I should upgrade.

My thought is that if I am really good and dedicated, I will reward myself in a year or so with a Bellicon. What is your opinion?

It is too bad there is not a store close to me that carries several brands so I could test them out.

That is one of the things that made me decide to go with AJ Landmark (the local company) - I live near them and could go try out the rebounder. Now they no longer make the mini-rebounder.


Hi Kelley,

You’ve certainly got the best rebounders narrowed down.

If the Bellicon is too expensive for you, the Needak is certainly the next best choice. I was always very happy with my Needak until I tried a Bellicon! If you never try it, you won’t know what you are missing and you could be happy with the Needak for many years to come.

If you do try a Bellicon, watch out, because you’re definitely going to want one. The Needak will suddenly feel like you are jumping up and down on the floor! That’s what happened to me.

Getting a Needak and then upgrading to the Bellicon sounds like a good plan though. You probably won’t want to spend that much money unless you know for sure that it will get good use.

Needaks hold their value too, so you’ll probably be able to get a good amount of your money back if you do decide to trade up (lots of people are looking for used high-quality rebounders).

Just in case you don’t know, Bellicon does offer a payment plan if that makes the price a little easier to swallow.

Both models are excellent though and you’ll get all of those great rebounder benefits no matter which way you go.

Wishing you the best of health,

Approach Wellness

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