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Hutzler

Hutzler Ball Ice Tray, Natural

4.1
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NZ$ 62.00
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Description

  • Makes 24 round ice balls
  • Ice balls are approximately 1-inch in diameter
  • Easy to fill and easy to remove
  • BPA free and dishwasher safe
  • Made in the USA

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Customer Reviews

Jello eyeballs FTW!Like a few other reviewers, I bought this tray to make jello eyeballs for Halloween. They REALLY made an impression, and I am happy with the way that they turned out, for the most part.My one complaint is that tray doesn't seem to stay pushed down far enough to fill the spheres completely, so some of them don't wind up perfectly round. However, since this tray was intended to be used with water (which would expand in the freezer and surely fill in that gap) then I can't hold it against them too much. Pressing the tray down with some twist ties while the jello spheres set did help somewhat.4It's Okay if you are having a small dinner partyThe Round cubes are a nice novelty for small dinner parties. Takes some trial and error to get the tray filled to the right level so that all molds will create a sphere, otherwise you may have a bunch of, half sphere or "Death Star" looking spheres(which I thought were kind of cool looking). In the end they help make ice so that you can keep your drinks cool, I am sure there are cheaper and better molds out there - but if you can't find anything in the supermarket or at a housewares shop, then these should suit you just fine.3Learning experienceGot to try making round ice cubes and learning that the cubes need to be bigger than this container. Also it s hard to completely fill it so some cubes are not fully round. I m going to get the 2 inch balls3Works well if 2 parts are held together.Am making hundreds of these balls for a project at work. Fill bottom tray completely full then slowly push top tray on. Some will spout out top but that is ok. If a few have 1/8 to 1/4 " air on top is ok as ice will expand. But try to get most full. Wrap two thick rubber bands around to hold them together as balls freeze. While still together run each side under hot water briefly. Hold upside down, twist and bang against sink to break off all chunks that have frozen on top from overflow. Then open up tray and twist each piece to get balls out.Works quite well this way. But would be great if there were clips to hold the two pieces together, and if the plastic was softer and more bendable when frozen.4Ice trays are funRead the reviews and thought I'd try it for "snacking" ice. Perfect! You might spill a little the first few times you use it, but so what. I tried the one reviewer's idea of making little stars in the top of the tray and it works. Sturdy enough to pick up one-handed, and haven't found it necessary to place any weight on top of it. Liked it well enough that I bought a second one. Who knew ice trays could be fun?5... filled up my ice bucket and they turned out great. You will find that the sides do need ...Have filled up my ice bucket and they turned out great. You will find that the sides do need to be pushed down after putting this in the freezer as the water kind of makes the top part push up. If you can put a box of something frozen on top to hold it down more you will have perfect ice balls.4Works as ExpectedThe ice balls don't completely form all the time so you're left with hemispheres. You have to put it in the freezer to freeze the water also... Just in case anyone was wondering..4"Cool" productI purchased 3 different "iceball" items, so check my other 2 reviews. This item is the better of the three. The standard "rigid plastic" is more like standard trays, and easier to set up in freezer. I still had to use clamps around the filled tray before freezing (first batch overflowed, and all balls were connected) plus H2O frozen on my freezer shelf. I'm hoping for this manufacturing company will come up with a GOOD 4-ball or 6-ball tray. I'd be happy to test the product ;)3it is a poor design. For my second attemptThe top does not seat well into the bottom. It teeters and totters. My first attempt produced a sort of rectangular iceberg grid of spheres. I suspected this might happen because I had already discovered a row of very tiny protrusions down the middle on the underside of the lid. I left them, thinking is this part of the "design." If it was, it is a poor design. For my second attempt, I used an offset wood chisel to shear them off. The second attempt worked out better because the lid now seated/sealed slightly better; still, getting the balls out of the tray requires some slight effort; they don't all just fall out with a twist; some stick.and you have to twist again like you did last summer. Some stick to the lid, too. The balls are 1" in diameter. The hard plastic is flimsy, in my opinion, and will probably crack eventually, under normal use. Top and bottom don't mate very well. I place a weight on the unit to improve the seal.I also have two sets of Chillz ice ball makers made out of silicone. Each tray makes 4 4.5 cm balls. The Chillz also has the issue of imperfect seating but making a perfect seal is difficult when making balls. I place a weight on this one too to press the lid down. I suspect the silicone will last a long time. The balls do NOT fall out; you must peel the silicone away from them. Because these are soft and flexible, they are wobbly. So, I set them on a small plastic cutting board for stability before placing them in the freezer.4.5 cm = 1.7716535433071"Both Chillz and Hutzler need to be placed on a flat, level surface in the freezer.The volume of the Chillz balls is ~5.5 times that of the Hutzler balls so, of course, the Chillz balls last much longer in a drink.I much prefer the Chillz balls to the Hutzler ones but I will use both.3They were perfect size for a Jell-O shotUsed these ice trays for jello eyeballs for Halloween. They were perfect size for a Jell-O shot !!5
Hutzler Ball Ice Tray, Natural

Hutzler Ball Ice Tray, Natural

4.1
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
NZ$ 62.00
Sale price
NZ$ 62.00
Regular price
NZ$ 102.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (NZ$ 40.00)