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Zuru premieres Bunch O Balloons Party at New York Toy Fair

Published on: February 18th, 2019

The ‘game-changing’ new self-sealing party balloons are the latest addition to Zuru’s award-winning brand.

Zuru’s lastest innovation, Bunch O Balloons Self-Sealing Party Balloons, fills, ties and strings 40 balloons in only 40 seconds. Users can simply attach the balloon stems to the Electric Party Pump and press go, meaning no more blowing, no more tying and no need to add ribbon or string.

Bunch O Balloons Self-Sealing Party Balloons premiered on Saturday from Toy Fair New York at Zuru’s booth, No. 2573.

“Bunch O Balloons Party takes the time and hassles out of blowing up party balloons,” said Anna Mowbray, COO, Zuru. “Like its predecessor, Bunch O Balloons Water, the original self-tying and quick filling water balloons, we’re confident Bunch O Balloons Party will revitalise and ignite the Celebrations category. It’s a game-changer when it comes to anything to do with party-planning, setting-up and having fun. As a mom of three myself, I know too well how time-consuming and challenging it is to blow up enough balloons to keep everyone happy”.

Zuru Bunch O Balloons Self-Sealing Party Balloons are reusable and refillable and come in various colours and themes. In addition, they can also be filled using a helium tank or an air compressor.

Available now, the Bunch O Balloons Party Starter Pack comes complete with the Electric Party Pump, 48 Self-Sealing Party Balloons, a helium tank adaptor and fast-fill hose attachment for other inflatables. Smaller packs are also available.

“The same innovative design, production automation and engineering that made Zuru Bunch O Balloons Water a staple of summer fun is destined to change the party and celebrations category forever,” said Nick Mowbray, co-CEO, Zuru. “This has been a four year labour of love from our talented engineering team, which has completely automated the production process enabling us to bring this revolutionary product to market at an exceptionally competitive price.”

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