Lagenda B322 Balloon Inflator FAQ
Yes. The two nozzles can either be timed the same or different.
It comes with a standard 5-foot power cord. If you want a different length you can order from any electronics store. Some folks in the US bought one on Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/C2G-Cables-03134-Universal-IEC320C13/dp/B00005113L/)for around $5. Power cords longer than 10 or 12 feet are NOT recommended.
No. It must be plugged in.
Lagenda machines are manufactured China by Borosino company. Details are available on http://borosino.com
Each distributor offers a separate warranty. For example, the Balloon Academy in the USA include a free two-year warranty. Contact your local seller for warranty information.
No. If the timer is set to 0-seconds, holding down the green button or foot pedal will inflate a balloon until you stop holding it down.
Lagenda B231 for Modeling Balloons FAQ
No. If you leave the timer at 0.0, then holding down the button triggers the inflation. That’s what I do when using it a gig where each balloon has to be a different size.
We do not have the decibel level, but it is not very loud. May artists use it at restaurants and other gigs without any complaints.
A lithium-ion battery.
No, the battery can not be replaced. However, it should last for many many years.
Yes. By connecting two B231 machines with the optional data cable triggering one with also trigger the second. They can be set to the same or different times, or to 0-seconds. It's very cool!
In China by the Borosino company. Visit http://borosino.com for more information.
Each distributor has a different warranty policy. For example, the Balloon Academy in the USA includes a free 1-year warranty with each B231 purchase. Check with your distributor for their policy.