Splash Around Launches New Self Sealing Water Balloons
Splash Around has released their high quality self sealing water balloons to a global market with Amazon.com. Their balloons save consumers considerable time and effort to allow for more play time.
The idea for the balloons came from the hassle of preparing water balloons before a water fight. Typically, the preparation takes longer than the actual fun. That’s why Splash Around is excited about this new product. Their goal is to get water balloon users off of the sidelines (filling balloons) and into the action sooner.
The balloons are not only self-sealing (which means no more sore fingers from tying balloons), but are also fast. On average, 100 water balloons can be filled in as little as 60 seconds, cutting prep time by nearly 90 percent. This product promises to be a fun, no hassle way to play on those warm afternoons still left to the summer.
The setup is so easy due to the fast, multiple filling nozzles attached to the balloons, along with the no tie feature. Users simply attach their water hose to the filler attachment provided; place them both in a bucket, and turn the water on. Once the balloons are filled properly, the water can be turned off and the hose is gently shaken to remove the balloons from the nozzle. That’s it. The balloons are now ready.
All of the Self Sealing Water Balloons by Splash Around are made of high quality, biodegradable latex. This is because Splash Around believes the memories should last forever, not the used balloons. Each purchase is backed by a 100% money back guarantee and comes with free shipping to the USA by Splash Around.
Customers are very happy with the product thus far. The company has received a steady 5 stars from Amazon customers since the release of the product. One customer wrote, “It's the first time I have used the product and I can say that I will be definitely buying again.” Another customer states, “Splash Around water balloons filler worked perfectly for me, we had no balloons burst unwillingly, which was a concern of mine.”