Play and Freeze Ice Cream Maker Ball Blue Quart
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- Make ice cream anywhere. Camping trips, picnics, and barbecues
- Just add ice and rock salt in one end and ice cream mix in the other end
- Shake or roll it around for 30 minutes
- Constructed of durable, advanced materials
- Includes recipe booklet
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|Item Dimensions||7.75 x 8 x 7.5 in||12.5 x 15.3 x 11.1 in||5 x 8.88 x 3 in||12.25 x 12.25 x 15.75 in||17 x 15 x 16 in||6 x 7.25 x 9.25 in|
|Item Weight||2.2 lbs||7.45 lbs||3.04 ounces||6.6 lbs||6.3 lbs||—|
|Material Type||—||Metal||—||Not Applicable||Plastic||Plastic|
With the unique YayLabs!™ Ice Cream Ball™, you can make ice cream while on camping trips, at picnics, barbecues, and many other places. You don't need electricity to make great tasting ice cream, but rather just add ice and rock salt in one end and ice cream mix in the other end. Then, have a ball as you shake it, pass it, or roll it around for 30 minutes. The ice cream mix can be as simple as cream, sugar, and vanilla or you can try a more adventurous flavor from the included recipe list, use Flavor Fountain flavorings, or make up your own concoction. Made of durable, advanced materials, the Ice Cream Ball is lightweight, portable, and easy to clean.
Top customer reviews
I am an engineer, and understand thermodynamics, and the inital issue is that there is too small a freezing capacity - it simply won't work without constant changing of ice/water.
Then, it is advertised with kids, and sold as a fun family adventure - however, within 13 minutes of rolling it around - the kids cracked the case.
They then became bored rolling the wet ball around - we now have the ice cream slurry freezing in a pan in the freezer to make ice cubes :)
We were never successfull at making ice cream in this product, and are going back to a traditional ice cream maker with a DC option for camping trips.
Issues: 1) poor design, needs another 2" diameter to even have a chance at freezing in our lifetime, 2) poor construction - brittle plastic should not be used in this device, a nylon would be better, 3) kids were bored within 15 minutes of rolling and adults would have to take over - bummer....