Jollylife Silicone Mold Ice Cube Tray Ball for Star Wars Lovers or Party Theme 2pcs (Blue)
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- Jollylife Ice Cube Molds & Trays: 100% Food Grade Silicone
- Freezer and Oven Safe.Made from heat and cold resistant silicone (-40℉ to 446℉)
- Makes a large ball of ice 2.4" decorated in the shape of the first Death Star based on its appearance : A New Hope
- Make easy ice cream balls or cake for desserts your family and guests will love. Flexible and easy removal mold, perfect gift for any occasion.
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|Sold By||Jollylife Direct||LOVEHOME INC.||Ming Yang Co.,Ltd||Bessmate Official||Toystop||Amazon.com|
|Item Dimensions||2.65 x 3.6 x 3.6 in||—||3.4 x 6 x 2.8 in||—||4 x 6 x 1 in||3 x 5 x 5 in|
|Item Weight||2.7 ounces||—||6.4 ounces||—||6.4 ounces||4.8 ounces|
|Material Type||Silicone||—||Silicone||BPA free silicone||stainless steel||Plastic|
|Size||M||—||PACK OF 2||—||One Size||One Size|
2 Pack Silicone Mold Ice Cube Tray Ball For Star Wars Lovers or Party Theme
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I got this as a gift and thought someone had wasted their money on me.
But I was pleasantly surprised to find out that these molds work great! You end up with a perfectly detailed frozen Death Star! This lets you have all kinds of fun with your imagination. My personal favorite is to taunt the legions of frozen Storm Troopers inside by shouting "That's what happens when you get too close to Hoth!"
And the best part is that a big round ice cub actually works better to cool your drink than a bunch of small cubes. It doesn't melt nearly as fast because of the more spread out surface area of the ice because.......just trust me on this. There's probably an equation that proves I'm right. Math is awesome.
The trick it to not filling them all the way up. Fill them about 95% full so the water has room to expand as it freezes. Again...science solves EVERYTHING.
About 7 out of 10 freezes work great. 3 out of 10 have something go wrong that isn't the fault of the mold. Like the ice will freeze unevenly and crack down the middle. But then you get a frozen incomplete Death Star from Return of the Jedi! So every freeze is like a roll of the dice. New Hope or Jedi? Which will it be?! Sometimes I sit outside the freezer for 4 hours just waiting to find out.
The mold itself is a heavy duty very durable silicone shell. It should hold up over time as I don't see even a single thermal exhaust port that could be exploited. The Empire should have thought of that.
I've only made ice with it several times, so I can't say how long they will last before they stretch or rip, but they seem very sturdy and mine hold water just great.
Try distilled water to make ice clearer ice
USE YOUR BRAIN PEOPLE! Google how much water expands in volume when it freezes. Google told me approximately 10%. Measure the water that fits in the ball and divide it by 1 and 10%. I measured that 110 mL of water fits into the ball. So.... 110 divided by 1.10 = 100 mL. Measure 100 mL of water and fill the ball with it.
As others have mentioned, fill them 90-95% full. I even overfill them a little on accident by eye-balling it, but that only leaves a little nub at the top that breaks off easily and you can still get them out just fine. The top half is easiest for me to remove. The bottom half takes a little bit more work, but I find grasping the sides and pressing on the bottom will pop out the mold easy enough.
I like to freeze several over the course of a week and just store them in a bag for LAN parties I have at my house.
There are multiple ways to achieve crystal clear molds with minimal to no cracking. I personally don't mind it so much, but if you do put in your research. Boiling your water once or twice first or using distilled water are some options. Usually, I find cooling the water down before a slow freeze to be one of the best ways. (Freezing too fast will cause fissures) On top of that, use as pure water you can get... lack of minerals etc or other particulates may cause mixed results.
Generally a fun item for the Star Wars follower - this is made of very sturdy silicone. I filled one of the molds (it's easiest with a small funnel if you have one) and popped it into the freezer. Learned lesson #1 - don't fill all the way to the top... leave a little room or the ice will expand and pop the top off. Also, I personally wish that the detail indentions were a *bit* deeper as the detail is not very obvious when you get it out... at least not with an ice cube. The white color of the cube seems to make it hard to see the detail. I believe I read somewhere that you can get the ice to be clear by boiling it first but you will have to look that up.
All in all a fun novelty gift... my friend loved it when he saw it and I know he'll have fun with it.