Colours: Red, White, Sky Blue, Pink, Forest Green, Yellow, Orange, Apple Green, Lavender, Rose, Leaf Green, Mid Blue, Turquoise, Lime Green, Ocher, Vanilla, Cornflower Blue, Night Blue, Bright Yellow, Bright Green
Print Area: 127mm diameter
Minimum Order: 500
Setup Charges: £95.00 per full colour design
Lead Time: 7 working days from proof approval
Product Size: 12 Inches
Print Options: Full colour
Promotional Full Colour Balloons with a choice of balloon colours to choose from and printed in eye-catching full colour for maximum exposure at all your events. You can also print the opposite side with 1 colour at extra cost. Helium is also available at an additional cost. Balloon cups and sticks are also available for the easy presentation or distribution of your personalised balloons. (Product code for the cup & stick is 182773) Please phone us should you require prices and/or further information. Why not have a "balloon release" to help your next promotional campaign?
PLEASE NOTE: WE ADVISE THAT YOU DO NOT INFLATE THESE LATEX BALLOONS TOO EARLY TO YOUR EVENT, AS LATEX IS POROUS AND THEY MAY DEFLATE IF LEFT FOR LONG PERIODS ONCE INFLATED. Latex balloons are 100% biodegradable! Latex balloons are manufactured from natural rubber; the white sap is extracted from the Haevae Brasilienis tree and collected in liquid form, which is then referred to as latex. Latex is collected without harming the tree by using environmentally safe, age-old process similar to that used for collecting the sap from maple trees for syrup. The tropical rain forest trees are very valuable, highly coveted, and a well-protected natural resource. These precious trees play an equally valuable ecological role in the earths fragile ecological balance by removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere which helps prevent global warming. As rubber is extremely versatile in its use, there is a great demand in modern living. Latex balloons are made with 100% natural rubber enabling the balloons to biodegrade completely. The degradation process begins immediately the balloons are inflated and this is accelerated once the balloons is exposed to light. The first signs of the process is visible after one hour when the balloon takes on an opaque or milky look, known as oxidation. The length of the degradation process depends on the exposure to UV light, but according to scientific research the length of this process is approximate the same as a leaf from an oak tree under similar environmental conditions.
Prices include a colour personalisation in 1 position. Prices exclude VAT, origination and carriage.