Prestige 260's seem softer and easier to inflate than other brands.
260P are slightly longer than other 260s.
Many of the Prestige balloons are opaque.
Prestige 260 balloons shatter into small pieces when popped.
Tilly 260 balloons shred into long, thin pieces when popped.
Tilly balloons used to be the work of TILCO International, supposedly the oldest balloon company. Tilly and Tilco are now different companies. Tilco International, a Canadian company, now makes the balloons known as Windys.
Many of the Unique balloons are opaque.
Well, I "borrowed" a set of sample gloves here at the hospital, and now present my results:
Totex Corp. (Toto K.K.)
Katakura Bldg. 1 - 2
Tokyo 104, Japan
Telephone 81-3-(3281) 6988
Fax 81-3-(3281) 7095
Contact: S. Mizuno, Director International Division
Toy Tex Novelty Company
7315 N. Linder Ave.
Skokie, IL 60077
Phone (708) 673-6600
Fax: (708) 676-5298