What is the difference between Deco Bubble Balloons and Aqua Balloons?

Modified on Sat, 24 Jun 2023 at 12:01 PM

Bubble Balloons (similar to Bobo balloons) are made from clear stretchy plastic and come with a sealed moisture pack. Once you open a package, be sure to inflate the balloon right away or the balloon may dry out. Do not wipe the balloon with the pack or use it for anything else. See What are the moisture packs in Bubble Balloons for?

Deco Bubble Balloons are popular clear balloons meant for double stuffing, therefore do not have a self-sealing valve. A seal will have to be created after the balloon is inflated. They are sold individually packaged. Deco Bubbles are available in a clear print, as well as different themed prints.

Aqua Balloons are also made from clear stretchy plastic, however, these balloons are more transparent than Deco Bubbles. Aqua Balloons are only available in clear, without any prints. Aqua Balloons do not come with a moisture pack and have a pink film that protects the balloon until it is ready to be inflated. Aqua Balloons come in packs of 10. 

Float times for Deco Bubbles are significantly longer than for Aqua Balloons. Deco Bubbles can float from 7 days up to a few weeks, while Aqua Balloons will only float for a few days.


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