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Final Touch IceBalls Silicone Ice Mold, Set of 2
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- Silicone construction
- Each mold makes one ice ball
- Freezer safe
- Hand wash
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2-1/2" diameter x 2-1/2" H
Top Customer Reviews
The size is a bit too small--I suggest finding one with a larger diameter, so the ice will fit more snugly in a regular cocktail glass. I assume you're molding ice not just to make a pretty sphere, but to make a LARGE sphere with less surface area for optimum spirit/water ratio.
The photograph seems to be using an unusually tiny rocks glass, instead of the doubles that most people have at home.
And "jumbo?" Well, maybe, depending on your POV. Two inches is bigger than most ice cubes by far, sure, but a 2" ice ball in my big drink cup wasn't really jumbo. Think 4", and we're getting closer to the mark.
This ice ball system is easy enough to put into action: click the top and bottom halves together and fill through the little hole on top to the fill line. Yes, kids, water expands when it freezes, so they've given you a little fill line to allow for that expansion and get that just-right round ice cube, er, ice ball. If you overfill, which I did for experimentation purposes, you get a neato little drizzle of ice out of the top and down the side of the mold. So, this part of the process is relatively idiot-proof.
Then comes the actual getting-the-ice-out part. It's not nearly as easy, and is the failure point for this product. The top half comes off easily enough. The top half is much more pliable than the bottom--again I think this owes to the expansion of the water as it freezes. So, now you've got the blue/red bottom half of the system and your delightful, exposed ice ball. And so now how to get it out? Well, that's the problem, it's really hard to get that ball out. The seal it forms with the bottom half of the mold is tight. And since the bottom of the mold is much less flexible than the top half, you can't just twist and flex it and have the ball pop out.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great balls of ice! Easy to fill and work great in scotch and even white wine. Take a long time to melt so are effective and water down your drink at a slower rate.Published 23 months ago by SillySamantha
It forms a sphere but its not as round as I expected. I would rather get the 2 inch by 2 inch square ice molders.Published on May 22, 2014 by John Kim
Works as promised, but just not to the degree desired for chilling scotch or whiskey. For some reason the ice ball melts very quickly. Read morePublished on December 16, 2013 by John Galt
Love these little ice cubes for drinks and for the kids, they are so fun to use on a hot day!Published on September 7, 2013 by Erin Stevenson
Love these round forms. Especially when drinking Scotch! They tend to last a little longer then the conventional cubic forms!Published on July 16, 2013 by TL
This one is good and does a great job. I ordered 5 different models from Amazon and returned them all but this model.Published on June 10, 2013 by Todd Harmon
I have enjoyed using this 2 pack of round ice molds. They are not only fun, but great for keeping drinks cold without watering them down. Read morePublished on February 1, 2013 by Alison