Froz Ice Ball Maker – Novelty Food-Grade Silicone Ice Mold Tray With 4 X 4.5cm Ball Capacity
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- 4 x 4.5cm Ball Capacity Tray Creates Slow Melting Ice Spheres that are Perfect For Non-Alcoholic Beverages, Water, and Even Coffee. Freezes pretty much anything including ice, jelly, chocolate or even soap.
- Easily Beat The Heat With This Cool Ice Tray - Great for Parties, Summer, Restaurants, Entertaining in the home, Holiday Entertaining and Holiday Gifts. Makes four stylish, elegant looking ice balls at a time and releases easily from the silicone ice mold tray without cracking.
- Dishwasher and Microwave Safe - makes it easy to clean and reuse. FROZ Sphere Ice Mold is gorgeous, has professional-grade quality with leak-proof design that makes perfectly seamless ice balls!
- Made of food-grade, BPA free silicone and allows easy removal of one or two ice balls at a time. Sturdy silicone construction makes perfect, slow melting and elegant looking ice that can easily be removed from the ice mold tray.
- 100% Lifetime Guarantee. This Durable Ice Mold Tray Stacks Neatly in the Freezer and keeps your refrigerator organized. It is also leak-free, easy to fill, does not crack while freezing and won’t tip over in the freezer.
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"I now enjoy my drink the way it was meant to be..."
- Makes perfectly seamless ice balls!
- FROZ Sphere Ice Ball Maker is easy to use
- Made from 100% food grade BPA Free, FDA Approved silicone material
Primarily designed to let you drink in style, with spheres that instantly chill but melt very, very slowly, not watering down your drink. These molds can also double up as a super-fun accessory to make flavored ice for kids, kids who will go bonkers for a spherical shape of their favorite flavored ice treats.
FROZ Ice Mold makes sphere ice that have smaller surface area relative to its mass and melts more slowly, chilling your drink evenly without diluting it - making it much preferred than traditional ice cubes.
If you love hosting parties or enjoy a drink now and then as a relaxing bookend to your day, you'll want to try this new trend at home. Order more than one so you won't run out of ice in any of your favorite gatherings.Benefits
- Enjoy your favorite drinks without diluting them as quickly. One large ice ball melts more slowly than many cubes in a glass
- FROZ Ice Ball is continuously defined by its unprecedented elegance and versatility. A unique beautiful serve with the benefits of maximum chill with minimum dilution
- The ice cannot absorb odor from the freezer. This makes it the freshest, cleanest tasting ice ever
- Our new ice ball molds make 4 x 4.5cm ice spheres that fit ever so perfectly in a rocks glass. Give them a try, you won’t be disappointed.
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I use them to make ice using bottled water. The trays are nice silicone. Have not noticed any offensive smells with the trays or ice produced.
The holes on the top are not to fill the trays as one might initially expect - rather, they are so water can expand and have some place to go. This has its pros and cons. In order to fill up the interior sphere, you will up the lower tray with water, above the level of half the spheres. You then push down the top lid and this pushes water up into the upper half (very clever design). Any over-fill comes out via the holes on top and spills out on the topside of the upper tray.
In the directions, they suggest filling the tray so that the resulting water level is below the level of the overflow holes once everything is put back together - this is tantamount to splitting the atom on your kitchen counter. It's difficult to gauge where this level is. But, nevertheless, it's not too bad; in most cases, the water is below the level of the holes after you get used to filing the trays a few times.
Takes about 4 hours to freeze the ice. In the directions, they say you need to press up/down around the edge of each ball, in order to break the saturn like ring of ice. Okay, wasn't expecting to have to do that, but not the end of the world. This helps snap off the little ring that forms due to the seam between the two trays. In most cases, your sphere of ice will have some remnant of this ring, but typically not overly so. The sphere will also usually have a nipple of ice, which has frozen and expanded up into the overflow hole. This can be readily snapped off (before taking the molds apart). If you aren't throwing a fancy party, then it can also just be left.
All in all, not too bad. I will say the sphere tend to have a nasty habit of fracturing in half (maybe 1 out of 8 or 10 produced). This seems to be the result of inclusions formed during freezing, so if you do something tricky to make perfectly clear ice (I've heard you can boil water, but have never tried that successfully) then perhaps this wouldn't be as common an issue. Still, even with a few of the spheres turning into half moons, it's still handy to have large balls of ice around.
Do these last longer than normal smaller ice cubes? I have no idea. I was planning to test it with a gram scale and measuring out water, etc. but have no gotten around to it.
The trays are a bit on the expensive side, but even so, it's a fun novelty to experiment with. It is nice to use fewer, larger balls of ice in your water or whatever your drinks are.
What more is there to say other than they are a solid ice, easy to make, and easy to extract. They will give a sophisticated feel to any drink and can even be used to make a fantastic cold pack to massage tight muscles. I highly recommend this ice ball maker to anyone who wants a quality ball that's easy to make.
The freeze time takes about 24 hours to be completed. There is no strange taste that I have noticed with this product. You will want to wash it thoroughly before use, as with any product.
Further, you can use this for freezing almost any liquid. Also, the top of the mold has holes in it, so one could essentially make freezer-pops out of juice by adding "sticks" or straws through the holes, if you have the vertical space in your freezer to accommodate.
Suggestion, it works and does what it says it will do, for the most part. When you put it in the freezer, to avoid any spillage or leakage, it is advisable to place it on a plate BEFORE filling it. Since it is made of flexible silicone, the mold will flex and bend a bit if you fill THEN try to move it.
In my freezer, it takes about four hours for the ice spheres to set. YMMV. I like the included instruction sheet. It's humorous and actually helpful--without them telling me to really twist the mold, I might've been too cautious with it when removing the ice. You have to twist it back and forth to separate the spheres and break off any edges there might be.
It's worth cleaning the mold after each use because it helps prevent it from sticking (even though "sticking" is probably overstating it). Without cleaning, it's just a bit more difficult to peel the upper mold off the ice. No big deal.