Balloon Lights for Decoration
When you consider getting balloon lights for your party, you want to know the answers to these questions...
How bright are the lights?
How long do they last?
Can you blow the balloons up with your mouth, or do you need an electrical inflator?
Will they float when inflated with helium?
LED Balloon Bundles
These balloons have the LED light attached inside, at the end opposite to the balloon neck. You activate the light by pulling on the paper tab that's protruding from the balloon's mouth.
The LED lights last for up to 15 hours, although some users say they glowed much longer. Just be aware that these lights are small and therefore not very bright. You'll get the best effect if you use them at night or in a darkened room.
You can inflate them either with air, using your mouth or a balloon pump, or with helium. Be careful not to over-inflate them, or they may pop. The packs come with a measuring band to help you blow them up to the correct size.
Because the battery / light bundle is attached to the inside of the balloon, opposite of its neck, the inflated balloon tends to orient with the mouth upwards. So, when you inflate them with helium, they won't float straight upside, as a regular balloon would do, but sway sideways.
Easy to inflate with either air or helium
Long life time
Not very bright
The LEDs may need some squeezing or tapping to get them turned on.
NOT WATER RESITANT. DO NOT PUT INSIDE AND AROUND YOUR SPA