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Bunch O Balloons Self Sealing Water Balloons Review & Blog #Giveaway #spon @zuruballoons


I was so exciting to try Bunch O Balloons out!  My kids love water balloons.  We have quite a few family water balloon fights in the summer.  Sometimes with the kids and other family members every time we have a family cookout.  The only thing that annoying about water balloons is filling and tying them.  It takes so long and I don’t know how many I end up breaking when tying them.  This product makes filling and tying so much easier.  And you get the job done a lot quicker!


So what are they exactly?  Well, they are literally bunches of water balloons that can be filled all at the same time and they seal all on their own – self sealing water balloons.  There are a total of 100 water balloons in a package.  There are three bundles in three different colors and the colors vary from blue, green, orange, red, and yellow.  Each bundle has approximately 33 balloons on each one.  At one end of the bundle, there is a cap-like piece that twists right on to your standard size garden hose.  When you turn the water on, all the balloons get filled with water.  Each balloon is on it’s own straw where the water travels through to fill them.  If you don’t have a garden hose, it does come with an adapter to fit a sink faucet or other water source. 


It’s so fast and easy it’s almost crazy.  Simply twist the bunch on your garden hose and turn the water on.  Since each balloon is on it’s own straw and since there are quite a few of them that the water has to move through, the balloons don’t fill up too fast which is good because you don’t want to be holding them too far off the ground in case they fall too far and break.  We filled ours and let them drop into a cooler so they were easy to transport to the other side of the house.

You will want to hold them a little close to the ground.  When they started getting heavier, I put them completely on the ground so they filled with enough water.  Then I gently lifted the hose a little until they were barely off the ground.  Once they filled with the appropriate amount of water, they started falling right off – completely sealed.  No tying!  And the seals held up really well.  There were only two balloons out of the whole package that didn’t fill right.  They were on the first bunch we did though so if it wasn’t my first time, I probably wouldn’t have had a problem because it looked like it was an error on my part.


These were so much fun.  They were even fun filling them!  I was actually sad I ran out of balloons to fill because I thought it was so cool.  My kids got a huge laugh when they started “popping” off the straws. 


They broke really easily when thrown because they filled with the appropriate amount of water.  They were a lot of fun to play with.  These will definitely be my water balloon of choice next summer.  They are so easy, less time consuming and work great!  Another bonus is that the Balloons and O-Rings are 100% biodegradable and recyclable materials are used in the making of this product.

For more information, check them out online!

Be sure to check out my video below to see them in action!  Maybe it’s just me but I think it’s fun to watch them fill up!



One of my lucky DustinNikki Mommy of Three readers will win Bunch O Balloons for themselves!

Giveaway is open to the Cont USA.

Giveaway will end August 24, 2015 at 11:59pm EST.

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About Nicole Anderson

My name is Nicole and I write DustinNikki Mommy of Three. I enjoy writing product reviews and hosting giveaways. I have been married to my high school sweetheart for 20 years and we have three kids. When I am not terribly busy running someone to band or soccer practices, I find some time to write. I also like to write about my kids, family and life. My family enjoys the outdoors - hiking, canoeing, and exploring things we haven't seen or been before. Thanks for stopping by and checking out my blog!
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12 thoughts on “Bunch O Balloons Self Sealing Water Balloons Review & Blog #Giveaway #spon @zuruballoons

  1. For some reason my comment didn’t show up. I had said that filling up so many water balloons at the same time is my favorite part.

  2. This is genius. The worst part of water balloons is tying the knots. My fingers will be so thankful for a product like this!

  3. What I like about these is that you can fill a whole bunch at one time, less time consuming = more fun!

  4. I like the colors and that they self tie, neat idea in water balloons – who would of thought?

  5. I LOVE that you can fill so many balloons so quickly! This is such a fun idea, thanks for sharing!

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