Product Review

ZorbZ No-Tie Water Balloons Review and Giveaway @Zorbzballoons


ZorbZ has these self sealing, no-tie water balloons that are totally awesome.  I hate it when my kids beg me for water balloons.  As parents we all know just how hard it is to tie 25-50 water balloons.  Filling them is no big deal at all – tying them is an entirely different story!  These balloons truly do what they say – you simply fill the balloons with water, snap and they self seal.  I can tell you, without a doubt, I will never ever tie water balloons for my kids again.  And not only is it easier – it is faster.  I only have two children at home right now but when we take this to the campground – which we definitely will – there will be a line of kids who will be anxiously awaiting their water balloons.  Not having to tie each balloon saves a great deal of time and keeps the line moving.


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Zorbz is an introductory product for Hydro Toys which will eventually have many more products to solve existing consumer problems.  Zorbz balloons are made from premium GoodYear latex rubber and have a custom patented balloon shape creating a higher performing balloon.


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Zorbz makes playing with water balloons so much fun.  The balloons are available at Toys R Us, Five Below, Bed Bath and Beyond, Rite Aid, Drug Mart and on Amazon.  Everyone at every age enjoys water balloons.  And I am always in favor of products that will get my kids out of the house and away from computers.


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Find the balloons on Amazon in packs of 50 or 100 – with or without a water nozzle.


Needless to say the kids loved these balloons and I will definitely be purchasing more.  Not only are they easier but my kids can even make them by themselves!!!


And right now Zorbz is offering a fantastic prize pack for a lucky TSOS reader.  The prize package includes: (1) 100 ct. balloons, (1) filler bottle, (1) plush beach towel, (1) bottle sunscreen and (1) waterproof beach tote and is open to entrants age 18 and older and US residents.




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