Samuelworld Large Sphere Ice Tray Mold Whiskey Big Ice Maker 2.5 Inch Ice Ball for Cocktail and Scotch (Grey)
Specification: Samuelworld Large Sphere Ice Tray Mold Whiskey Big Ice Maker 2.5 Inch Ice Ball for Cocktail and Scotch (Grey)
10 reviews for Samuelworld Large Sphere Ice Tray Mold Whiskey Big Ice Maker 2.5 Inch Ice Ball for Cocktail and Scotch (Grey)
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I purchased these as a gift and they love them! They seem to function exactly as described.
I am enjoying this ice ball maker very much. Fun to make and use. Keep your extras in a zip lock bag while you make more! Enjoy!
David Hea –
Love these things. Easy to get the cubes out and doesn’t water down your drink.
They are a little smaller than I thought and although they come with a very tiny funnel they are difficult to fill without having a ton of excess water on top. The holes are smaller than in the photo. We even have a small filter spout that allows water to come out in a smaller line and it’s hard to get it Lined up and in the holes accurately
stacey r adams –
Forms round spheres every time.
R. Klein –
I’ve made a few batches of these ice spheres. So far, I think the tray is pretty easy to use, and the ice spheres certainly last a LOT longer than the regular cubes my Samsung refrigerator ice maker puts out.
The tray snaps together, and has a few interlocking nubs that snap together to hold it securely. I find the tiny funnels atop each globe make filling the tray a cinch. There is some spill over from filling the funnels, but I’ve not experienced any leakage between the upper and lower sections. There is a small hole at the top of each globe to let displaced air out as water fills the space.
The material makes it very easy to remove the finished ice sphere from the tray, as they don’t seem to stick much at all. Some gentle coaxing and flexing, and they pop out easily and intact.
The globes are not crystal clear. They are mostly a cloudy white, which I think is a function of most home freezers, which allow trapped air and dissolved minerals in tap water to cloud the ice as it freezes. I’ve read that putting the tray into an insulated box so that the water freezes in one direction (from the top to bottom) will result in more clarity in the finished product.
I tried using some Styrofoam around the lower 2/3 of the tray, but honestly, I didn’t see any discernible difference.
it’s an ice tray that makes round ice. Not hard to use. add water till each section is filled to the top. freeze the tray. 2 hours later squeeze a big ball of ice into your glass add booze and have a smile.
They are good
Edward Goh Hoon Leng –
I like the size of the ball and it’s sphere shape. It doesn’t melt as fast. Sometimes the soft layer will pop up and deform one of the balls though. Other than that it’s great!
Not as easy as it seems