Bunch O Balloons

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

We’ve seen a lot of great products make their way to Kickstarter, and Bunch O Balloons easily ranks among our all time favorites. This awesome new “bunch of balloons” lets you fill and tie a hundred water balloons in just 60 seconds.

Each bunch includes 37 balloons, all of which feature mini-tubes that connect to single threaded end. Secure the threaded end to your hose, turn on the water, and once the balloons are filled, simply give the hose a quick shake. Each balloon will fall off, completely tied and ready to wreak havoc on your neighborhood foes. Each water balloon is constructed from synthetic rubber, and 100 balloon packs will retail for $15. The project crushed its goal on Kickstarter last year, and is now available at select online retailers. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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