UV Neon Balloons
SKU MIXUVBALLSPX SKU BALLNEOYE SKU BALLNEOPI SKU BALLNEOOR SKU BALLNEOGR SKU BALLNEOBL
Add a little extra colour to your party with these vibrant UV reactive neon balloons. Read more...
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Colourful UV Neon balloons to add a little extra colour to your party! Fantastic for creating neon balloon displays or simply for a little fun, these colourful balloons fluoresce under UV blacklight!
- Pack of bright neon balloons
- UV reactive; fluoresce under UV blacklight
- Not Suitable for children under 36 months, may pose a choking hazard
- 11" round when inflated
- 100% natural latex
- The perfect neon party decoration!
Look Great under UV
Reviewed 15 January 2020 by Gx
I've being buying these on and off for a few years now, and I've noticed that they're all UV reactive now, which is great, well done The Glow Company for sorting this, the old balloons were still great quality, but I seem to remember they didn't all light up under my Blacklights, like they do now.
Reviewed 29 June 2016 by Sean
In a dark room with full UV not all balloons glow. Pink orange and green are best.
Great if you don't use helium
Reviewed 16 September 2015 by Michele
We tried to blow these balloons up using helium and 17 out of 19 burst before they were inflated. Very disappointing. The ones that survived or were blown up by mouth did look wonderful under the UV light.
Thanks for the feedback. As with all balloons, when inflating with helium extra care must be taken not to over inflate the balloon beyond its maximum size - 11 inches for our Neon Balloons.
Purple Dud!!! Otherwise Great!
Reviewed 1 September 2015 by Carlos
As previous reviewers have found, the Purple balloon is completely ineffective and does not glow in the slightest. TGC seriously need to find a different supplier for the Purple balloons as that's 20% of everyone's order which is a complete waste of money!
Reviewed 4 June 2015 by James
A reasonable proportion worked well and looked good, but as a previous reviewer mentioned, the blue and purple ones don't fluoresce at all which was a shame.