Bunch O Balloons will revolutionise water fights (Wired UK)

Bunch o BalloonsJosh Malone

Bunch O Balloons is a new product that allows you to fill and
tie dozens of water bombs at the same time, and is sure to
revolutionise water fights across the land.

On the face of it, it’s a hose attachment with 37 pre-connected
balloons that automatically tie themselves once filled with water.
It looks a little like a bunch of deflated grapes. But the impact
that this technological solution to a fiddly problem will have
should not be underestimated: it’s the water fight equivalent to
the invention of the machine gun. Suddenly those who have this new
munitions invention will have an enormous advantage over those who
don’t. The war will be one-sided, brutal and extremely soggy.

The company behind Bunch O Balloons — Tinnus Enterprises
promises that it makes it possible to fill 100 balloons in just one
minute. This compares to the six or so balloons that you could tie
by hand per minute. It’s devastating for your enemy.

The way it works is that the uninflated balloons have been
pulled over 37 straws. Around the neck of each balloon is a tiny,
tight rubber band securing the balloon onto the straw. The straws
feed into a single head that can be attached to a hose for filling.
This allows for all of the balloons to simultaneously fill with
water. You can then stop the hose and shake the balloons gently to
release them into your arsenal. You then only need to watch your
opponents quaking in their shoes as you pelt them with your
never-ending supply.

The balloons themselves are made from natural rubber and have an
additive that accelerates the biodegradation process in the
presence of natural sunlight.

Tinnus Enterprises is currently raising funds on Kickstarter to
put Bunch O Balloons into production. It’s already smashed its
target of $10,000 to raise almost $300,000. You can pre-order your
own here. You get three devices for $15.

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25 July 2014 | 4:00 pm – Source: wired.co.uk

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