Balloon machines and weight loss balloon machines are on the rise, but it can take $1.5 million to produce one, according to a new report from Consumer Reports.
The report says the cost of these machines ranges from $250 to $500 and up, and the machine itself can cost up to $2,000 to build.
The machine is supposed to be self-balancing, but that can take several months to perfect.
And the machines are expensive to make, said Consumer Reports spokeswoman Sarah DeSimone.
Consumer Reports says many of the machines it reviewed cost more than $2 million to build, and it doesn’t specify the price of the machine it used.
The company said it reviewed more than 5,000 balloons that were made for weight loss, including $400 balloons made by the Stuffed Balloon Company and $1 million balloons made and sold by the Fun Fun Fun Group.
Consumer Reports says these machines cost $500 each, which is about $1 for each balloon.
Consumer reports said the cost is up from just two years ago, when balloon makers were still making balloons with fixed-wing construction and $50,000 for a single machine.
The balloon machines that Consumer Reports reviewed are about $2.50 each, and they can make $10,000 or more, Consumer Reports said.
While Balloon Machines and Weight Loss Machines are not as popular as the Stumpy machines, they are still a major revenue source for balloon makers.
Consumerreports.com, which collects Consumer Reports Consumer Reports has also reported that balloon makers are using more and more balloons to promote weight loss.
The balloon makers use them to sell the machines to health food stores, to advertise their balloon-making services to consumers, and to promote their balloon product, according the Consumer Reports report.
For example, the company said, the makers of the Stumpys balloon machine told us that they had received $1 billion in balloon sales from their balloon machine program.