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Ice Ball Maker, Round Ice Cube Mold, Easy Release 2.5” Whiskey Ice Mold with Lid & Funnel, Silicone Ice Cube Tray for Cocktail & Bourbon

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Specification: Ice Ball Maker, Round Ice Cube Mold, Easy Release 2.5” Whiskey Ice Mold with Lid & Funnel, Silicone Ice Cube Tray for Cocktail & Bourbon

Package Dimensions

8.5 x 5.87 x 2.48 inches

Item Weight

9.9 ounces

Manufacturer

Foukus

Date First Available

June 28, 2020

8 reviews for Ice Ball Maker, Round Ice Cube Mold, Easy Release 2.5” Whiskey Ice Mold with Lid & Funnel, Silicone Ice Cube Tray for Cocktail & Bourbon

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  1. cluewall

    i needed it BAD for my drinks to be cold and stay cold THANK U!!!!

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  2. Amanda Putnam

    These are awesome little trays. They make 6 large balls of ice. About 2.5 inches. I love that when you pull of the silicone top the ice balls come off with it. I was nervous that they would stay in the plastic tray and I would never get them out. It took a little figuring out how to break the seal but I just slide in a finger nail and push down on the ball and it pops right out. I make them and store them in a freezer bag in my freezer. And they are ready whenever I need them. One ice ball will cool my large 24 Oz Tervis cup. I do have to give it a couple minutes for the cold to start to disperse but then it is nice and ice cold to drink.

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  3. k

    I have a single round ice-cube maker that works great, but wanted one that produces 6 at a time for a party. I read the reviews and knew I’d have to fill with that little funnel, but didn’t see another option for 6 of this size that wasn’t this kind of set-up so I bought it. The problem is: when you sit the funnel in, the water doesn’t completely fill the ball because the waterline can’t rise above the bottom of the funnel. So the first batch were not full circles. Second attempt: held the funnel so it didn’t sit down in the hole and filled until the funnel didn’t drain anymore, and when I removed the funnel the last of the water spilled all over the top mold. Wasn’t easy to get out because the ice was frozen through the hole and outside of the mold. But at least that time I got full circles.

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  4. RaceGirl8087

    Bought these as a gift for my hubby for his drinks. He has no complaints, so that’s a good product! Haha. Will buy another one just to have more made at once. But the option of 6 is nice, as you don’t always need more.

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  5. Audio Geek

    well – there are 6 frozen balls , however—–
    you need two pairs of pliers to get them opened

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  6. Sallie A. Price

    I like it

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  7. Lisa F.

    I am sharing this because I was so frustrated with it. My 1 trays arrived 3-weeks ago. I now can get perfectly round ice cubes with easy release. However, I learned this through a lot of frustration and trial and error. It used to take me an hour to never be able to fill them completely and lots of leakage. And tons of paper towels.
    This is what I learned-and tips:
    Note: I use water I trust. Our tap water teaks of bleach so I use filtered water that I refill myself.
    1. Place the bottom halves on a cookie sheet to contain spillage.
    2. With chilled water I trust I fill the bottom halves—the plastic part. Using cold water speeds up the freezing time.
    3. Place the silicon tops on top and seal it by first pressing down on the holes and aligned pegs.
    4. Press to seal the perimeter edge.
    5. Place the funnel in the hole on top. I purchased two ice cube trays so I had 4 funnels. But you only need one.
    6. I now use a drinking water bottle to fill because the funnel is tiny.
    7. Holding the funnel at an angle so the air can escape, SLOWLY pour the water into the funnel verifying air can escape. If the water stops going down, pull the funnel up a tad and at an angle to release any air and add some more water a little bit at a time.
    8. If you can see the water at the top, move to the next form and repeat.
    9. When you have led them all, double check for some not being filled. And check for leaking water from the corners of the ice tray and press the external seal again.
    10. Now I can use a single paper towel to pat away any spilled water and simply place the 2 trays in my freezer.
    In closing I went from an hour trying to fill these amd never getting a sphere down to 7 minutes and getting perfect sheets with easy release. I forgot to tell you that part!
    Addendum: Easily releasing the ice spheres from both the hard plastic base and the silicone top? I just remove the trays and place them onto a sheet tray and come back in 15 minutes and they slide out on their own.
    Note To All; a full sphere will take 24 hours to freeze solid. I measured the perimeter of my glasses and my water bottle.
    I hope this helps.
    I was about to give up and tht how them away.
    If anyone has other tricks to get the promised resuts, please share.
    I am am information engineer in the compiler operating system. I work with localizers to translate all in every lamguge. I was a bit stunned with the lack of instructions to use their product.
    I hope this helps all of you.

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  8. BaldoBojangles

    First, I am not sure about the negative reviews. This ice ball maker is so easy to use. Iwould say that the first time was messy, but if you havea clean turkey baster, or even a squirt bottle for condiments, use those – the funnel that came with the maker is just too small.
    Now, as far as producing crystal clear ice balls, I believe that has something to do with your water.
    Overall, I am happy with the product, just not sure why I waited this long.
    Is this the best ice ball maker? Not sure as this is my first, and it does the job well.

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