• Page :
  • 1
  • Text Only
Voting History
rated:

Ice Ball Mold - Silicone Ice Ball Maker - Transparent Ice Ball Tray - Makes 2 Spherical Ice Balls - Great for Scotch, Whiskey, Cocktail and Any Drink - Fill Tray, Press Cap Into Mold Freeze - Also Customize the Ice Ball - Lifetime Guarantee
Disclaimer
Ice Ball Mold - Silicone Ice Ball Maker - Transparent Ice Ball Tray - Makes 2 Spherical Ice Balls (40% OFF with code) $8.38 FS with Prime

http://www.amazon.com/Ice-Ball-Mold-Transparent-Spherical/dp/B00...

Enter code COOLNESS at checkout

Ice Ball Maker
A silicone sphere ice mold that makes 2 ice balls to chill all sorts of drinks.

By Using an Ice Ball You Will:

- Keep your beverage's original taste and consistency, since ice balls won't let it water down due to a slow-melting rate.
- Chill your favorite drink faster than you can imagine.
- Have a lot of fun while making these ice spheres and customize them as you please.
- Serve beverages in an innovative way at your next happy hour gathering. Your guests will love it!

3 Free Tasty Cocktail Recipes Included!

Most people are looking for 100% silicone-made ice ball maker in order to get one that is non-stick, robust and safe.

- Includes 1 ice ball mold, making two 2 1/3 inches ice spheres.
- Easy to remove ice from silicone mold.
- BPA Free silicone. Dishwasher and Microwave Safe.
- Perfect size if your freezer is constantly full.
- One of our customers reported: "If this can survive my kids, it has to be tough and great quality".

THE ONLY LIMITATION IS YOUR IMAGINATION

If you think cooling drinks is the only thing you can do with this, think again.

- You will look like a kitchen pro when you freeze whole fruits, leaves or flowers to make it even more beautiful.
- Make it look like an eyeball on Halloween parties.

The possibilities are endless. Release the creative you!

GUARANTEE

You Can Try Our Rival's Sphere Ice Mold. Still, Have in Mind that This Ice Ball Mold Is Backed by a Lifetime No-Hassle Money-Back Guarantee!

Amazon
Get Up to 6.0% Cash Back in the Following Departments:
Member Summary

ice mold
Thanks BMWLVR82
Disclaimer
  • Also categorized in:
Thanks for visiting FatWallet.com. Join for free to remove this ad.

in for 2 thanks.....

Why would round ice melt more slowly than cubes?

leonc said:   Why would round ice melt more slowly than cubes?

While the cooling effect is strictly dependent on the volume of ice, the speed of melting depends on the ratio of volume to surface area. A sphere has the lowest possible surface area of any regular shape and therefore will melt slower than cubes while having the same cooling effect if the volume remain constant.

Awesome great for fancying-up homemade cocktails. Bump

Just fyi I was playing around with these, and in order to get the clearest ice possible without cracking, you should:

1) use distilled water
2) boil it first
3) build a contraption that freezes the ice evenly and not from the outside in, which traps air bubbles in the middle... I had something with a giant pot of water and these sitting upside down on top of it. The giant pot acted like a heatsink, causing the water in the molds to freeze first, and any ice crystals formed rose to the top of the mold and pushed water out into the pot, causing it to freeze from top to bottom evenly and not trap any air/impurities inside.

jd2010 said:   
3) build a contraption that freezes the ice evenly and not from the outside in, which traps air bubbles in the middle... I had something with a giant pot of water and these sitting upside down on top of it. The giant pot acted like a heatsink, causing the water in the molds to freeze first, and any ice crystals formed rose to the top of the mold and pushed water out into the pot, causing it to freeze from top to bottom evenly and not trap any air/impurities inside.
 

  Pics?

Now at $7.68 with code ICEDBALL

MrWizzard said:   
leonc said:   Why would round ice melt more slowly than cubes?

While the cooling effect is strictly dependent on the volume of ice, the speed of melting depends on the ratio of volume to surface area. A sphere has the lowest possible surface area of any regular shape and therefore will melt slower than cubes while having the same cooling effect if the volume remain constant.

  Where else can you get deals and a physics lesson at the same time.



Disclaimer: By providing links to other sites, FatWallet.com does not guarantee, approve or endorse the information or products available at these sites, nor does a link indicate any association with or endorsement by the linked site to FatWallet.com.

Thanks for visiting FatWallet.com. Join for free to remove this ad.

TRUSTe online privacy certification

While FatWallet makes every effort to post correct information, offers are subject to change without notice.
Some exclusions may apply based upon merchant policies.
© 1999-2014