Ever come across a website where everything you look at keeps getting better and better? That's how I felt visiting Inflatable Zone. It started off mild, but nice. I mean who wouldn't love getting an Inflatable Minions Bounce House for a children's birthday party, a big event with children, etc.? I know my youngest would enjoy it and so would all the other little ones in the family.
Then it got extreme! This Inflatable Amusement Park Bouncer is in a word: Impressive! This would be a great investment for a company that is going to host parties over and over again regularly. I can see it at my son's school, definitely. Or I can see it in our local bounce house that has a ton of different kinds of bouncers up and running, but nothing like this...
The same thing happened to me when I was looking at the inflatable shelters. The inflatable tent for a party would be fun for the kids Its sturdy, bright and colorful. You could have some pretty great tag games in there with defined zones, among many other great ideas, of course! That was just the first thing that came to mind for me. I am guessing kids would love to eat under there too... or open their gifts and be presented with their cake. It's great, but mild.
Then I kept looking and got to the extreme. This is definitely not mild! But it is very cool (no pun intended) and would be a great way to be able to experience the great outdoors a lot longer than you could without shelter. I think it would be an awesome place to have a little get-together, or to just sit down and enjoy the snow, while in it, but still protected from the elements.
The Zorb ball looked fun (they have ones that light up at night too!), but I've seen them before. My two youngest have been inside variations of them and they were a blast.
BUT THEN I saw this Bumper Ball set (with free pump), and yep, that's extreme. In a good way. how fun would it be to have a game with everyone inside of the balls? Yeah, that looks memorable. :)
Inflatable Zone definitely takes inflatables to a whole new level, and what I'm showing you is just the tip of the ice berg. You can learn more by visiting their website.