The differences between Superstar and Quantum Leap
Most important about these products are safety of the bouncers: netting encloses all sides of the bouncers which are fully zipped. They're both enjoyable for birthday parties, fun fulling events that will take your kids' mind away. Both bounce houses are made of top quality interwoven oxford cloth with a strong flooring support. Airflow blowers continually pumps air into the bouncer, which would leak air out of the porous material. Composed of PVC bounce floor makes the bounce area more durable. Both are categoried as residential grade inflatables, meaning lighter weight, easy to assemble and disassemble. Guaranteed to be used all year long.
The fundamental differences between the two bounce houses is the area of bounce floor. Superstar Moonwalk has a slightly bigger bounce area, 11' x 11', whereas Quantum Leap has 10' x 10' bounce floor. Superstar also has a slide at the entrance where Quantum Leap doesn't. Besides those two features, the only differences are color and themes. The table below depicts feature comparison of the two bounce houses.
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