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We don’t sell the Halloween illoom Balloons anymore, sorry!

We've suggested some alternatives below you might like:

We did once and we had fun. But we've moved on. These things happen. We've suggested some alternatives below you might like:

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Ghost balloons

Ghosties!

Aren’t balloons fantastic? You can pop them, bat them, boing them on heads, twist them into silly shapes, use them to joosh up parties and even tie a helium-filled bunch to a chair and take to the skies. In fact the only bummer is that you can’t see ‘em when it’s dark. And that’s where Halloween illoom balloons come in.

As the name (sort of) suggests, these inflatable spheres of fun are balloons that light up. How? Well here’s the clever bit: each balloon contains a titchy LED. Simply pull the tab to activate the light, and then blow up the balloon as normal. Brilliant! You can even fill them with helium for fully floating lights.

The pull tab

Pull the tab to activate

Ideal for night time soirees, both indoors and outside, Halloween illoom Balloons (try saying it fast after a few shandies) will add a spooky glow to the witching hour and beyond. Because each one glows for as long as 15 hours.

Pumpkin

Pumpkin design

Okay, so these are probably not what Michael Faraday had in mind when he invented the rubber balloon all those years ago. But then again he probably didn’t foresee a future in which infantile idiots let the air out so as to recreate the sound of someone breaking wind either. Or maybe he did?

At under five quid for a pack of 5, Halloween illoom Balloons are a cheap and cheerful way of ramping up the wow factor after dark. You can even release a few into the night sky and put the willies up National Enquirer readers. Best of all, in order to get the best out of illoom balloons you’ll need to dim the lights – and that’s never a bad thing, is it?

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Product info

Ghost balloons

Ghosties!

Aren’t balloons fantastic? You can pop them, bat them, boing them on heads, twist them into silly shapes, use them to joosh up parties and even tie a helium-filled bunch to a chair and take to the skies. In fact the only bummer is that you can’t see ‘em when it’s dark. And that’s where Halloween illoom balloons come in.

As the name (sort of) suggests, these inflatable spheres of fun are balloons that light up. How? Well here’s the clever bit: each balloon contains a titchy LED. Simply pull the tab to activate the light, and then blow up the balloon as normal. Brilliant! You can even fill them with helium for fully floating lights.

The pull tab

Pull the tab to activate

Ideal for night time soirees, both indoors and outside, Halloween illoom Balloons (try saying it fast after a few shandies) will add a spooky glow to the witching hour and beyond. Because each one glows for as long as 15 hours.

Pumpkin

Pumpkin design

Okay, so these are probably not what Michael Faraday had in mind when he invented the rubber balloon all those years ago. But then again he probably didn’t foresee a future in which infantile idiots let the air out so as to recreate the sound of someone breaking wind either. Or maybe he did?

At under five quid for a pack of 5, Halloween illoom Balloons are a cheap and cheerful way of ramping up the wow factor after dark. You can even release a few into the night sky and put the willies up National Enquirer readers. Best of all, in order to get the best out of illoom balloons you’ll need to dim the lights – and that’s never a bad thing, is it?