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Old 04-01-2020, 01:52 PM
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Default Bini Balloons
I've just taken delivery of some Bini balloons that are made in Denmark, just to see what they are like. First impressions are they are of a nice thick rubber, which I reckon will stretch nicely after a few inflations.

There are some 9" ones which are a typical pear shape for these sizes. There's also some 12" ones which are more rounded and some 19" which are pleated like a punchball and have a very round shape.

I will be looking forward to evaluate them over the coming weeks
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Bini balloons are quite common here in Norway, so I've had a few of them over the years. The best part about them in my experience is the colors, at least for the smaller ones. The quality seemed pretty good, but they're usually a bit on the expensive side up here.
At least last time I bought any of their big balloons (it's been quite a few years ago now), they were essentially the same as 16" Cattex to look at.
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