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When you have hundreds of balloons to get blown up, as well as a party to get organised, then time is absolutely everything.
That’s why I was so excited to try out the ZURU Bunch O Balloons Party range, which enables you to tie and string 40 balloons in just 40 seconds!
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Considering blowing up and tying just one balloon generally takes me about a minute, I could not wait to see it in action.
I thought there had to be a catch somewhere. This machine couldn’t really blow up, tie and string the balloons for me, surely? But it really can!
I was so impressed with how simple the pump and balloons were to use, that I can’t see myself going back to normal balloons now.
I love hosting parties at our house, but I do not love spend hours blowing up balloons, knotting them, and stringing them together.
This product totally solves that problem!
How does the Bunch O Balloons Party pump work?
Our pump came with 16 balloons, which as a pack costs £14.99 from Tesco and other toy retailers. The balloons come in bunches of eight connected by tubes that are fitted to the pump.
These tubes are fitted into slots on top of the pump. The pump has a disc on top which you turn to one of three positions depending on how many balloons you want to fill.
When the pump is switched on, it blows air into the balloons – filling them in just 40 seconds. When the balloons are filled you simply switch the pump off. Easy.
Once the balloons are filled with air, they are sealed! You simply use scissors to snip away the tubes and the balloons have string already attached to them.
You need to use the specific Bunch O Balloons range of products together in order to blow up multiple balloons all at once.
But Bunch O Balloons makes their products in a wide range of colours, so you’ll be able to find the colour scheme that’s right for your party.
The pump comes with a set of adaptors which can be used with other inflatable items in your home, such as paddling pools and floatation play toys.
It also has a helium adapter, so that you can fill your balloons from a helium tank instead, if you want floating bunches!
What you need to know
- A Bunch O Balloons Party pump with 16 balloons costs £14.99 from Tesco.
- A pack of party balloons costs £9.99 for 24 from Tesco.
- The pump works off mains electricity and plug is included.
Whatever type of party you’re throwing, the Bunch O Balloons Party range can really help you save time when getting your venue party perfect.
I loved how simple it was to set the pump up and get the balloons attached to the device.
Once the balloons were inflated there was nothing more to do apart from snip away the tubes. Then the only thing you need to do is tie the balloons together in bunches if that’s how you want to display them.
I will definitely be using the Bunch O Balloons Party pump again at future parties! Not only does it save loads of time, but the results are spot-on for celebrations.
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I was send the Bunch O Balloons Party pump in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.