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    Hi
    can anyone recommend a good balloon pump, im thinking of something electric and quick.
    ive looked at a few on amazon and seems the best ones are ones that blow up the balloon just by touching the nozzle once the balloon is attached.
    if any of you use such a thing and rate it let me know.
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    The nozzle one sounds like a bottle of helium gas. Is that what you need?

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    That's what I was thinking about the helium canisters.

    I don't think I've ever seen an "electric" balloon pump. I'd assume they'd have to have a very low power fan in them to avoid blowing the balloon up too quickly and bursting it. You'd go through a lot of wastage otherwise!

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    Nope. Fair do's. These things really do exist. For around £30 and you can even blow up two balloons at the same time!! Real-life multi-tasking!! Amazing!
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    Hi
    no its not a helium cannister i need
    something like this http://www.ebay.co.uk/bhp/electric-balloon-pump
    just wondered if anyone had bought anything similar and could recommend it.
    sometimes at childrens parties i change the games at a moments notice depending on the kid's reactions so would love to be able to blow up 50 balloons in a matter of a few songs.
    thanks

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    I have never seen a balloon pump like that before (the qualatex one) . Does it charge up or does it take batteries?

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