Automatic fill Water balloons   - 111pcs £1.77 OR 222pcs £2.66 delivered @  Tomtop
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Automatic fill Water balloons - 111pcs £1.77 OR 222pcs £2.66 delivered @ Tomtop

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Refreshed 20th Apr (Posted 13th Apr)
Much more elsewhere, connect to a hose and let them fill.

Everyone loves water balloons and there's no better time to be using them than now or all year round. So grab this massive bunch of 111 water balloons with all the different colors of red, green, blue, pink, purple, yellow and orange and spread the water balloons bombs around. They can be all filled in less than 60 seconds and seal themselves when full-filled. Then you can enjoy the game. Say goodbye to the stress and mess of filling individual water balloons, and have fun!

Automatic fill Water balloons 222pcs here


You can get an idea what they're like - cue cheesy advert




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    Feel I'm becoming allergic to plastic, whenever I see cheap plastic I get angry. Sorry OP but those plastic straws get a cold from me.
    Edited by: "vladdy" 13th Apr
    COLD!
    We have a big enough litter problem in this country without these being left everywhere.
    Also presents a danger to wildlife.
    £1.49 on ebay
    27 Comments
    £1.49 on ebay
    nougat32 m ago

    £1.49 on ebay


    Coming up £3.99
    Fun in nice warm country. not so pleasant in cold, windy, rainy uk.

    It would be great if there was a way to do this using something like a air pump to fill with air or helium.
    Edited by: "fiqqer" 13th Apr
    A Chinese deal posted by a mod, you don't see that very often.

    Looks like they've written their own reviews
    madiazx20 m ago

    Coming up £3.99


    £3.99 for 333 balloons, or £5.39 for 444
    "...there's no better time to be using them than now...". Really? Still, won't be delivered for weeks anyway.
    Edited by: "Besford" 13th Apr
    nougat1 h, 10 m ago

    £1.49 on ebay


    Have you a link please?
    Are these biodegradeable?
    Not sure the straws are...........
    Edited by: "haulme" 13th Apr
    Feel I'm becoming allergic to plastic, whenever I see cheap plastic I get angry. Sorry OP but those plastic straws get a cold from me.
    Edited by: "vladdy" 13th Apr
    soniaj_jr5 h, 49 m ago

    Have you a link please?


    Sold out now but
    link was in comment
    Edited by: "nougat" 13th Apr
    Darzen12 h, 42 m ago

    A Chinese deal posted by a mod, you don't see that very often. Looks …A Chinese deal posted by a mod, you don't see that very often. Looks like they've written their own reviews



    I guess the mods have access to the words that have the most alerts set up for them. I imagine the most popular alert terms are 'gearbest', 'tomtop', 'banggood', 'zapals' and the like. You should try ordering some of this Chinese tat. Costs pennies so even if it never shows up you'll probably forget it. Eventually you'll get a new tat package every other day and it'll be like Christmas opening up surprises. They almost all show up and they're almost always great products and something like this I imagine would be great fun. At just 177 pennies it would be rude not to purchase.
    omgpleasespamme1 h, 14 m ago

    I guess the mods have access to the words that have the most alerts set up …I guess the mods have access to the words that have the most alerts set up for them. I imagine the most popular alert terms are 'gearbest', 'tomtop', 'banggood', 'zapals' and the like. You should try ordering some of this Chinese tat. Costs pennies so even if it never shows up you'll probably forget it. Eventually you'll get a new tat package every other day and it'll be like Christmas opening up surprises. They almost all show up and they're almost always great products and something like this I imagine would be great fun. At just 177 pennies it would be rude not to purchase.


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    omgpleasespamme14th Apr

    I guess the mods have access to the words that have the most alerts set up …I guess the mods have access to the words that have the most alerts set up for them. I imagine the most popular alert terms are 'gearbest', 'tomtop', 'banggood', 'zapals' and the like. You should try ordering some of this Chinese tat. Costs pennies so even if it never shows up you'll probably forget it. Eventually you'll get a new tat package every other day and it'll be like Christmas opening up surprises. They almost all show up and they're almost always great products and something like this I imagine would be great fun. At just 177 pennies it would be rude not to purchase.



    Agreed, and purchased, and voted hot too
    Great thanks. ordered and will hopefully arrive before the bank holiday camping trip.
    COLD!
    We have a big enough litter problem in this country without these being left everywhere.
    Also presents a danger to wildlife.
    Sacko40 m ago

    COLD!We have a big enough litter problem in this country without these …COLD!We have a big enough litter problem in this country without these being left everywhere.Also presents a danger to wildlife.


    I have to agree, water fights can easily be had with buckets, and old squirty containers; such as those which washing up liquid comes in. The plastic/litter problem is getting seriously out of hand now, the rubbish we are creating is beyond ridiculous.
    These plastic haters make me laugh
    Plastic straws I got to laugh walk down the aisle in Tesco for example that sells cleaning products see how much plastic is just in that section. Funny it was not top of the list till China stopped BURNING our waste
    haulme13th Apr

    Not sure the straws are...........[Video]


    Are what
    setven18 h, 19 m ago

    These plastic haters make me laugh



    graham22117 h, 27 m ago

    Plastic straws I got to laugh walk down the aisle in Tesco for example …Plastic straws I got to laugh walk down the aisle in Tesco for example that sells cleaning products see how much plastic is just in that section. Funny it was not top of the list till China stopped BURNING our waste


    You both laugh but why? Is it really so funny.
    graham221, I think you will find that many people are just as concerned about those cleaning product bottles you speak of; but the point is until there is alternative that the general public would find 'acceptable' it makes little difference to raise the issue on a consumer/shopping forum.
    If you are concerned about reducing the waste you create, you can find lots of useful suggestions online......just Google 'zero waste' living. Alternatives for the problem you raised can include Using refils, buying in bulk, choosing more sustainable packaging, using homemade cleaning chemicals/shampoo/deodorants, soapnuts, but like I say; at this point recycling of the bottles and switching to slightly more environmentally friendly alternatives is the most we can expect from many people.
    The reason people focus on things like straws is because they are 'needless' products, they are products that can either can be totally avoided or their is a simple alternative to avoid their use. So things like plastic bags, straws, plastic cutlery, plastic lined cups, plastic trays, plastic bottles, disposable razors and other single use plastics are on the radar. These are items that are easier to avoid or swap out.
    Campaigning against things kinds of items has been going on for a long time, change doesn't happen over night, it's just that it appears a 'new issue' to many; because it's often not until stories hit the headlines that the general public becomes aware of the issues.
    A lot of progress has already been made with the straw issue, and changes are already happening, and the legislation cogs are turning. At the moment excess plastic packaging that we get when shopping, particularly at supermarkets is of 'hot' concern to many, and increasing efforts are being made to highlight this issue at present.
    The way I see it your either part of the problem or part of the solution, but laughing at people who are trying to make the planet better for wildlife and future generations? That's bizarre.
    PrincessJellybean1 h, 21 m ago

    You both laugh but why? Is it really so funny. graham221, I think you will …You both laugh but why? Is it really so funny. graham221, I think you will find that many people are just as concerned about those cleaning product bottles you speak of; but the point is until there is alternative that the general public would find 'acceptable' it makes little difference to raise the issue on a consumer/shopping forum. If you are concerned about reducing the waste you create, you can find lots of useful suggestions online......just Google 'zero waste' living. Alternatives for the problem you raised can include Using refils, buying in bulk, choosing more sustainable packaging, using homemade cleaning chemicals/shampoo/deodorants, soapnuts, but like I say; at this point recycling of the bottles and switching to slightly more environmentally friendly alternatives is the most we can expect from many people.The reason people focus on things like straws is because they are 'needless' products, they are products that can either can be totally avoided or their is a simple alternative to avoid their use. So things like plastic bags, straws, plastic cutlery, plastic lined cups, plastic trays, plastic bottles, disposable razors and other single use plastics are on the radar. These are items that are easier to avoid or swap out.Campaigning against things kinds of items has been going on for a long time, change doesn't happen over night, it's just that it appears a 'new issue' to many; because it's often not until stories hit the headlines that the general public becomes aware of the issues.A lot of progress has already been made with the straw issue, and changes are already happening, and the legislation cogs are turning. At the moment excess plastic packaging that we get when shopping, particularly at supermarkets is of 'hot' concern to many, and increasing efforts are being made to highlight this issue at present.The way I see it your either part of the problem or part of the solution, but laughing at people who are trying to make the planet better for wildlife and future generations? That's bizarre.


    Im fully aware. Ive been working out at sea for a long time and have seen the problem with my own eyes. Its not getting "worse" like it's being reported though. Its been like it for ages. What makes me laugh is that now it appears to be "in fashion" to be a plastic hater. Until the next thing that the media reports is going to kill us all and they move on to that.
    setven1 h, 12 m ago

    Im fully aware. Ive been working out at sea for a long time and have seen …Im fully aware. Ive been working out at sea for a long time and have seen the problem with my own eyes. Its not getting "worse" like it's being reported though. Its been like it for ages. What makes me laugh is that now it appears to be "in fashion" to be a plastic hater. Until the next thing that the media reports is going to kill us all and they move on to that.


    The environmental concerns that the average member of the public has, do tend to be driven a lot by the media and I think this is why certain issues appear to be 'a fashion' at times, but behind these media highlights are real issues that many people have been fighting for years and any extra publicity can only be a good thing.
    The plastics issue is also far more wide reaching than simply what is finding its way into the oceans, it just that oceans are at the forefront of peoples mind because this is an area the media has been focusing on in recent months. I'm really glad the area's you have seen are not getting worse, but unfortunately the story isn't the same everywhere.
    When it comes to plastic, production is still rising year on year. Steps are being made with recycling, but so much plastic is still finding its way into landfill each year. What you have to bear in mind is that pretty much all the plastic that has ever been sent to landfill is still sat there; as a problem for future generations to deal with. Adding more year on year is simply not sustainable.
    Your right in saying that many people will move onto the next issue, but each time they do its creates energy around issues that need to be highlighted so need it really be laughed at, or frowned upon?
    Look at the changes that are recently occuring; councils are collecting more plastics for recycling, single use shopping bags are pretty much phased out from supermarkets and shops, the use of reusable cups is being encouraged, plastic cotton buds and straws are being phased out. Bottle deposit schemes are being talked about, more recycled plastic is being used, and more plastic alternatives are being sold.
    The Zero waste/ low impact living movement has grown at a staggering rate.
    These are all steps in the right direction and they are all steps that occured because people spoke out, people kept spreading the word, educating, raising awareness and pushing for legislation.
    Plastics is an area where it's so easy to make better choices.
    Personally my family used to produce a big Wheely bin of rubbish a fortnight, nowadays it's 1 bin bag of rubbish ( and if the supermarkets would get a wriggle on reducing needless plastic wrap on fruit and veggies it would be much much less).
    There is no need for products such as the one in the deal to exist, used for a few minutes to only then be sent to landfill where it will remain indefinitely leaching chemicals into our groundwaters that future generations will be left to deal with.
    Even if it only makes 1 person think about the issues it's worth speaking out, because change has to start somewhere, and whats the alternative? To all live like we don't give a damn?
    PrincessJellybean5 h, 14 m ago

    The environmental concerns that the average member of the public has, do …The environmental concerns that the average member of the public has, do tend to be driven a lot by the media and I think this is why certain issues appear to be 'a fashion' at times, but behind these media highlights are real issues that many people have been fighting for years and any extra publicity can only be a good thing.The plastics issue is also far more wide reaching than simply what is finding its way into the oceans, it just that oceans are at the forefront of peoples mind because this is an area the media has been focusing on in recent months. I'm really glad the area's you have seen are not getting worse, but unfortunately the story isn't the same everywhere. When it comes to plastic, production is still rising year on year. Steps are being made with recycling, but so much plastic is still finding its way into landfill each year. What you have to bear in mind is that pretty much all the plastic that has ever been sent to landfill is still sat there; as a problem for future generations to deal with. Adding more year on year is simply not sustainable.Your right in saying that many people will move onto the next issue, but each time they do its creates energy around issues that need to be highlighted so need it really be laughed at, or frowned upon? Look at the changes that are recently occuring; councils are collecting more plastics for recycling, single use shopping bags are pretty much phased out from supermarkets and shops, the use of reusable cups is being encouraged, plastic cotton buds and straws are being phased out. Bottle deposit schemes are being talked about, more recycled plastic is being used, and more plastic alternatives are being sold. The Zero waste/ low impact living movement has grown at a staggering rate. These are all steps in the right direction and they are all steps that occured because people spoke out, people kept spreading the word, educating, raising awareness and pushing for legislation.Plastics is an area where it's so easy to make better choices. Personally my family used to produce a big Wheely bin of rubbish a fortnight, nowadays it's 1 bin bag of rubbish ( and if the supermarkets would get a wriggle on reducing needless plastic wrap on fruit and veggies it would be much much less).There is no need for products such as the one in the deal to exist, used for a few minutes to only then be sent to landfill where it will remain indefinitely leaching chemicals into our groundwaters that future generations will be left to deal with.Even if it only makes 1 person think about the issues it's worth speaking out, because change has to start somewhere, and whats the alternative? To all live like we don't give a damn?



    Have we not accepted that we've stumbled upon this too late? That the planet is done for and that only the extraordinarily wealthy will survive in any meaningful fashion? That's why it's in the media now, either they want a little longer to sort their biomes out or they don't want people to direct their energy at them for setting us on this path purely for their own profit. So lets have some fun and bring on the apocalypse.

    Just as a for instance. Apple, the largest company in the world at times and loved by the majority of hotukdealers. They're the company that began the march towards seal in batteries, glues not screws and solder not clips. In the old days PC repair used to be easy. Everything was a few screw drivers and some plastic clips, people didn't repair stuff themselves but once the internet came along they probably would have started.

    Stuff became impossible to upgrade, no more clipping in new RAM or storage drives. Tough if not impossible to repair because everything is stuck together with glue. Then like the bulb manufacturing companies before them they built in obsolescence. The batteries that only last a year or two.


    So lets keep talk of the environment out of this and just leave it as a lot of fun that can be had for a few quid. Bargain compared to a pint or a movie or almost any other social activity I can think of.
    PrincessJellybean11 h, 9 m ago

    You both laugh but why? Is it really so funny. graham221, I think you will …You both laugh but why? Is it really so funny. graham221, I think you will find that many people are just as concerned about those cleaning product bottles you speak of; but the point is until there is alternative that the general public would find 'acceptable' it makes little difference to raise the issue on a consumer/shopping forum. If you are concerned about reducing the waste you create, you can find lots of useful suggestions online......just Google 'zero waste' living. Alternatives for the problem you raised can include Using refils, buying in bulk, choosing more sustainable packaging, using homemade cleaning chemicals/shampoo/deodorants, soapnuts, but like I say; at this point recycling of the bottles and switching to slightly more environmentally friendly alternatives is the most we can expect from many people.The reason people focus on things like straws is because they are 'needless' products, they are products that can either can be totally avoided or their is a simple alternative to avoid their use. So things like plastic bags, straws, plastic cutlery, plastic lined cups, plastic trays, plastic bottles, disposable razors and other single use plastics are on the radar. These are items that are easier to avoid or swap out.Campaigning against things kinds of items has been going on for a long time, change doesn't happen over night, it's just that it appears a 'new issue' to many; because it's often not until stories hit the headlines that the general public becomes aware of the issues.A lot of progress has already been made with the straw issue, and changes are already happening, and the legislation cogs are turning. At the moment excess plastic packaging that we get when shopping, particularly at supermarkets is of 'hot' concern to many, and increasing efforts are being made to highlight this issue at present.The way I see it your either part of the problem or part of the solution, but laughing at people who are trying to make the planet better for wildlife and future generations? That's bizarre.


    I got no choice but to create it no alternative and as I stated it's only news now because of China no longer BURNING Our rubbish it was not a gov problem for them to burn it
    PrincessJellybean8 h, 38 m ago

    The environmental concerns that the average member of the public has, do …The environmental concerns that the average member of the public has, do tend to be driven a lot by the media and I think this is why certain issues appear to be 'a fashion' at times, but behind these media highlights are real issues that many people have been fighting for years and any extra publicity can only be a good thing.The plastics issue is also far more wide reaching than simply what is finding its way into the oceans, it just that oceans are at the forefront of peoples mind because this is an area the media has been focusing on in recent months. I'm really glad the area's you have seen are not getting worse, but unfortunately the story isn't the same everywhere. When it comes to plastic, production is still rising year on year. Steps are being made with recycling, but so much plastic is still finding its way into landfill each year. What you have to bear in mind is that pretty much all the plastic that has ever been sent to landfill is still sat there; as a problem for future generations to deal with. Adding more year on year is simply not sustainable.Your right in saying that many people will move onto the next issue, but each time they do its creates energy around issues that need to be highlighted so need it really be laughed at, or frowned upon? Look at the changes that are recently occuring; councils are collecting more plastics for recycling, single use shopping bags are pretty much phased out from supermarkets and shops, the use of reusable cups is being encouraged, plastic cotton buds and straws are being phased out. Bottle deposit schemes are being talked about, more recycled plastic is being used, and more plastic alternatives are being sold. The Zero waste/ low impact living movement has grown at a staggering rate. These are all steps in the right direction and they are all steps that occured because people spoke out, people kept spreading the word, educating, raising awareness and pushing for legislation.Plastics is an area where it's so easy to make better choices. Personally my family used to produce a big Wheely bin of rubbish a fortnight, nowadays it's 1 bin bag of rubbish ( and if the supermarkets would get a wriggle on reducing needless plastic wrap on fruit and veggies it would be much much less).There is no need for products such as the one in the deal to exist, used for a few minutes to only then be sent to landfill where it will remain indefinitely leaching chemicals into our groundwaters that future generations will be left to deal with.Even if it only makes 1 person think about the issues it's worth speaking out, because change has to start somewhere, and whats the alternative? To all live like we don't give a damn?


    But what happens to it after you've done your bit telegraph.co.uk/new…an/
    Same goes for car fumes same height as a kids push chair I could go on about the government hypocrisy
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