Bunch O Balloons (Pack of 4) 400 Balloons - Super Fast and Easy to fill
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It's a great idea but not executed well enough. All they are is a balloon with a tight rubber o-ring holding the balloons onto small plastic straws that are fed through a cap that attaches to your garden hose. Water enters the straws and fills the balloons until the weight of the water in the balloon is enough to slide it off the straw. The rubber o-ring then closes, but not tight enough to prevent the balloons from leaking. If they used tighter rubber o-rings, maybe that would do it? Or maybe the idea is just not ever going to work completely.
Here is how this system COULD be useful in the current design. Get a lot of kids ready, fill the balloons, and then... battle stations ready! Your kids need to grab those balloons and start throwing immediately before they leak out. Oh... and as the balloons get smaller, they get tougher to burst and can hurt when you get hit by them. So fill them to the max. In fact, the next time we fill a batch, I will have the balloons resting on the pool of water in a cooler so that the weight of the balloons don't drop them off the fill tubes too quickly.
A second use for this is that you could use this to fill balloons, but then have a couple of people at the ready to quickly TIE them as they fall off the tubes. So this eliminates the one-at-a-time filling, and the hassle of stretching balloons over a nozzle, but the actual balloon tying task is still necessary.