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Final Touch IceBalls Silicone Ice Mold, Set of 2

3.6 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews

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  • Silicone construction
  • Assorted
  • Each mold makes one ice ball
  • Freezer safe
  • Hand wash
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Product Description

Make perfectly-shaped ice balls for decorating and chilling your favorite drinks with this set of IceBalls molds. This set includes two easy to use molds, which are assorted. Simply fill them with water, place in the freezer, and then enjoy your iced beverages. Each of the flexible silicone molds makes one round ice ball, and they come apart for easy cleaning.

2-1/2" diameter x 2-1/2" H


Product Information

Product Dimensions 8.3 x 2.8 x 2.6 inches
Item Weight 5.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Final Touch
ASIN B00656SJ2O
Item model number GH-IBM
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3.6 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #173,305 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#1,199 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets > Specialty Tools & Gadgets > Ice Cube Molds & Trays
#1,296 in Kitchen & Dining > Bakeware > Small Pastry Molds
Date first available at Amazon.com November 9, 2011

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I'm surprised by some of the negative reviews of this product. One guy complained about the $12 price...if you don't like the price don't buy it! Another person said they were not easy to use...it's two pieces of silicon that you push together fill with water! This isn't rocket science. If you like drinking whiskey, scotch etc on the rocks then this is a great and fun product. I received mine with a glass that has a indentation on the bottom for the for the ice ball to roll around and I love it so much I bought a set for my brother. I also recommend picking up some extra ice balls if you're going to have more than two drinks.
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We've been on a quest to make our personal bar as much like the Patterson House as possible. To that end, I got these for my partner for the holidays. Unlike whiskey stones, this actually cools the drink (stones only get it down to about 60 degrees), and melts much more slowly than traditional cubes. They're intuitive to use, the two halves lock together firmly and the silicon is easy to clean. We love them! I would give them 5 stars except they're about a centimeter smaller in total diameter than the ones the PH uses, but what can you do? They're employing a guy to shape theirs by hand with an ice block and pick! Close enough for horseshoes, as they say.
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Overall I really like this ice mold. It took a little while to get the hang of getting the ice out. You have to peel the bottom off first and then it pops right out. The only thing I will say is that as it freezes, the water expands and always spills out of the top of the mold. Not really a deal breaker though. I would still buy this again. It's pretty cool to have a round ice cube in your whiskey glass to impress friends with.
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Works as advertised. The fill line is kind of hard to see, it would be great if that were black or navy instead of the clear plastic that is part of the top piece. BUT it doesn't really matter if you don't mind a tad of overflowing ice that easily comes off the mold. We don't care if the balls are perfect or not. They are GREAT in that they chill a drink in a rock glass and don't dilute quickly!
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I was skeptical as to why I needed these... But saw them in the store and bought them here. I'm so glad I did! My water hasn't been the same. I freeze lemon or lime chunks inside the ice balls and add them into my water bottle for a nice refreshing drink during the day.
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This functions as expected. I like the fact that you can have a round ice cube (solely for looks). However, I wish they were a bit bigger. I tend to use my large cube trays more because they stay frozen longer. However, it's cool looking to have a ball of ice in your favorite rye whiskey at parties. They are easy to remove form the mold as well.
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We purchased this for bar-quality cocktail ice for simple cocktails and straight spirits at home.

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.
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First of all, close to $12 for four pieces of molded silicone? What, are we on a government contract? Is this that ultra-rare, embargoed Iranian molded silicone that I've heard so much about? I can't believe that these four pieces and their pseudo-flashy packaging are really worth that much. A price of, say, $7 would seem much more reasonable for this product.

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.
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