The Water Bomb Factory – Hours Of Backyard Water Fun For Kids

June 18, 2015 - Comment

The Water Bomb Factory fills and ties up to 100 water balloons in 10 minutes! It is the best thing to happen to balloons since water! This will provide hours of backyard water fun for kids. Product Features Allows to you till and tie up to 100 balloons in 10 minutes!! Connects to a standard

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The Water Bomb Factory fills and ties up to 100 water balloons in 10 minutes! It is the best thing to happen to balloons since water! This will provide hours of backyard water fun for kids.

Product Features

  • Allows to you till and tie up to 100 balloons in 10 minutes!!
  • Connects to a standard garden hose and clamps to a table
  • Auto on/off water valve
  • Includes a starter pack of balloons
  • No batteries required

Comments

John Horner says:

Amazing! Wish I had one as a kid! This thing works exactly as advertised. We’ve filled over a hundred balloons, and no more sore thumb! It does have a drawback, and it notes it in the instruction. You need low water pressure. Turning up the hose too high messes up the pressure nozzle. I easily fixed this by putting in a $2 regulator that goes between the hose and the bomb factory (can buy one at any hardware store, has a regulator on the side so you can just let in a a little water). My 7 yr old was tying balloons literally after a minute of me showing her how, she did an entire bag on her own.The plastic is sturdy, the clamp is good too. You won’t regret buying this, and neither will your thumb. You can literally fill these things as fast as you see in the video.

GadgetFanatic says:

Great concept, poor results Like others who have purchased this, I found the initial experience to be great. Balloons are very easy to fill, and the tying aid works perfectly. The problem is that as soon as you stop filling balloons for more than a minute or two, the valve locks closed and will not reopen until the pressure is removed from the hose, which means not just turning the water off, but loosening the hose until all the water pressure is released. I had some luck by adding a split connector to the end and letting a constant trickle of water come out of the other side, but that wasted a ton of water. Today I went to Lowes and bought a 25psi pressure limiter in the irrigation department. No luck. After filling two balloons and then waiting a couple of minutes the valve was locked up again. SO disappointing because if it didn’t lock up I’d give it 5 stars for being such a GREAT idea!

TheHecklerJ says:

Great product for water ballon wars… We saw this product at our local pool supply store for 3 times what it is priced at amazon. We ended up purchasing it via Amazon and got delivered in no time with our Prime membership.We bought it in preparation for our children’s birthday party where we routinely have water ballon fights. 2 of us alternated filling ballons an managed to fill ~250 (numerous laundry baskets worth) in about 45 minutes. This tool is very easy to use (once you remember how to wrap to tie of the ballon quickly) and we had no troubles with water pressure or anything else preventing us from filling the ballons.This is a great product and I would highly recommend it. Buy two to get both sides filling their own ballons.

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