Disposable Helium Canister - Large F50

It is super easy to fill your balloons with helium at home. Suitable for latex and foil balloons as they have a latex regulator fitted as standard. You will receive a Large Disposable Helium Tank (F50) - Filled with 14.9 ft3 of Helium Gas with nozzle.

not available to ship to non UK mainland addresses  

(canisters come in a range of colours picked randomly)   

FREE STANDARD DELIVERY ORDERS OVER £50 (UK)

  Balloon FAQ's click here                Helium Chart click here 

PLPS Helium Balloon Tutorial from Abigail Fahey on Vimeo.

 this item is non returnable / non refundable


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Order enough

This only filled 2 numbers and two 16in orbs so definitely order more than you need and note it gets expensive!!! Do a design that allows you to use air and hang upside down and save helium for where you really need it.

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Easy to use

I was nervous about using this but having watched the video it was very easy and the helium filled balloons were great and stayed up well.

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Filling!

Arrived on time and was easy to use - good product.

Thanks for the great review. We really appreciate our customers feedback. Glad to hear that these canisters make it easy to fill helium balloons at home. Thanks again, Jo


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They look very elegant

Time

These don't come assembled so allow yourself enough time for folding the foil into strips and attaching with bands. Looked lovely on the fireplace (not lit!)

Order enough

This only filled 2 numbers and two 16in orbs so definitely order more than you need and note it gets expensive!!! Do a design that allows you to use air and hang upside down and save helium for where you really need it.

Just what I needed

Guess what- it was perfect for a hen party! Top quality.

Beautiful!

Took forever to blow up but worth it! Only needed them for 2 nights but a week later they're still alive. :)