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From Kickstarter to Kid-Approved ZURU Bunch O Balloons Water Balloons Tops Toy Trends

Anything that is marketed as being new is an instant interest for at least one of the five persons residing in our home. Sometimes, we have a unanimous winner, with one of the top trends exciting the curiosity of the entire family. We have a wide range of interests to be covered in our household, from the teen girl, tween boy to our little boy tot, so it's not often that we can all come together in agreement on one accord. Our family put the Kickstarter success story, ZURU Bunch O Balloons self-sealing water balloons to the test.

Before I go share the details of our very unscientific, amateur research analysis, let's explain the basic details of ZURU Bunch O Balloons. In my opinion, the concept is pure genius. Who doesn't enjoy an all-out, splash down water balloon battle to the finish? Who loves the hours of water balloon filling preparation that is required for 15 minutes of fun? That would be... just about no one. Then, along comes Josh Malone, a dad from Texas with a brilliant idea that is a kid-approved, winner.

"Bunch O Balloons is the ultimate way to make water balloons! Fill over one hundred water balloons in just seconds with this ready to go bunch of self-tying water balloons and blast the competition out of the water. Simply follow three easy steps to forget the mess and stress of filling water balloons: connect the attachment to a water source, fill the balloons and see them self-tie to make over 100 water balloons in seconds."

Take a look at our teen, tween and the tot as they get prepped for some good clean water ballon fun.

The kids mastered the technique required to skillfully fill ZURU Bunch O Balloons water balloons in little time. Perhaps the motivation of seizing the golden opportunity to throw objects at one another lessened the learning curve. Go figure! Unanimously, the kids and the 'rents had a balloon tossing blast. Here's one lesson learned- take time to clean up all of the water balloon remnants thoroughly, especially on walkways, driveways and decks. Stray pieces that were discovered outside exposed to heat caused the balloon remants to become gooey and stick on hard surfaces.

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