Dune Balloons Lighted with Internal LED Light.
Lighted Dune Balloons that are economical, reusable and very easy to use.
We having been selling our polyurethane dune balloons for over 20 years. Guys and Gals like them because they are lightweight, reusable and can last for years with proper care.
Lighted Dune Balloons
We have sold a lighted helium balloon for the dunes in the past but it required a 110v cord running up to the light which meant you had to have a generator and a larger balloon to lift the cord.
Well, one of our engineers finally developed a system that we all love and think you will too. Very easy to use. One plug operation. Comes with a rechargeable battery pack and a remote control. Full brightness for 10 – 12 hours on one charge. I used the new lights on a couple of our rental blimps and loved the ease of operation. Put the battery pack in its sleeve on the balloon/blimp, turn on the battery, plug in the sole wire from the light and then turn on the light when you want with the remote control. So much easier than the old corded system.
The light kit is an additional $250.00 and the light is installed when we make the balloon/blimp. Charge the battery when you receive it and you will be ready to go. Comes with our standard 135′ tether line so you will be able to see your campsite from a long distance.
You can get your new internally lighted LED Dune balloon in all of our standard colors; however, obviously, white will be the brightest. You can do multiple colors if you would like.
Our LED light system is so compact and lightweight you can even use it on our 5.5ft in diameter dune helium balloons. The 5.5ft sphere only needs 87 cubic feet of helium so you can get a smaller helium tank for the trip. Our balloons and blimps only lose about 1% of their helium each day so unless you are going for weeks a single 110cf tank will be plenty.
See more information on our LED advertising blimps and balloons.
Call us at 1-800-791-1445 for your new lighted dune balloon.
Price of Advertising Blimps
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