Perfect gift for Star Wars fans- Make ‘DEATH STAR’ Sphere mold from the movies! Great gift for all Star Wars fans!
Multipurpose- You can create ice spheres, chocolates, or even soap that looks just like the infamous Star Wars space station. Fill them for juice, whiskey, lemon or lime segments. Pack them for mint leaves, basil, fruits and more.
Good For All Glasses- The ice balls perfect for Whiskey, Highball, Cocktail and Hurricane Glasses. Surprise your friends and family for ice balls in their drinks while keeping the drinks cold-not diluted.
Food Grade Silicone Material- Food grade silicone molds are safe and non-toxic.
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The detail on these molds is awesome. We actually used them to make gummies and it took a LOT of gelatin to fill these but they looked amazing! I'm sure they would make awesome ice cubes too.
I don't know about you - but in our house - we are Star Wars over Star Trek! Any excuse to add a little Death Star to our beverages and you can count me IN! The added benefit of these was actually the real reason I ordered them. I am a cake decorator and I got a request for a Death Star wedding cake. I was excited to do it, but the budget was necessary as excited for me to. So looking for a new way to make sure the bride and groom got the most amazing cake for their special day, I stumbled upon these Death Star molds! Normally I make my own molds, but I could not find the right size for what I was looking for. So I searched online!!! I knew as soon as I saw them that they could be the key to what I was envisioning. Bride and groom Death Star toppers! Yes folks...that's right! So, I did it. I ordered these and as soon as I got them I tested them out. Well, first I washed them with warm soapy water and let dry completely. But then...once they were dry...I tried my vision in white chocolate. You can see in the photos the amazing detail that these were able to give. I was beyond thrilled! Sure, you could use them to make you feel super cool while you're sipping your tea - OR - you can use them to make even cooler chocolate Death Stars to give to all your friends. Now more onto a more functionality info for you - the top of the mold is super flexible - makes removing the ice mold or chocolate super super easy. The bottom - well that is not very flexible. I had to really pull at the edges and really kind of work on it to get out. But I got it out and it was awesome! I did get this mold at a discount in exchange for my honest review, but the opinion and experience with them is completely my own. I don't know if this review was helpful, but if it was, I'd love the feedback. If you have a question - and think I can help - please leave it below and I'll try to get back ASAP.
I can't begin to explain how much fun these have been. The obviously are go well in a glass with water, soda or scotch over them but we've also discovered that it keeps our puppy busy for close to an hour. We've even put chopped up fruit in with the water when making the ice to make it a little more interesting for her, she loves it! The ice really does come out looking like the Death Star, just don't fill it quite full as water does expand when it freezes.
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 on the real one.