Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker Review

The Product: Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker Review

The Total Price: $10.97 for a tray that makes 4 individual 2 inch ice balls

Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker Product Information

What Is The Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker?

The Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker is essentially a silicone ice ball maker. (You might have heard them referred to whisky balls or scotch balls as well.)

So what exactly is an ice ball maker? Well ice balls are essentially ice cubes that have been frozen in the shape of a sphere. Ice spheres are the best way to freeze ice as it creates the smallest possible surface area which results in slower melting ice and drinks that less watered down when compared to traditional ice cubes.

The Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker allows you to make 4 individual 2 inch ice balls with it’s 2 piece design. It can be used with any freezable liquid, and with distilled or triple boiled water, you can get super clear balls like the ones shown in the photo.


What Makes The Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker A Good Buy?

For me, the Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker is a good buy as it allows me to easily make and freeze ice balls with little effort!


Where To Buy The Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker?

The Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker can be bought via the Aunchitha Website and is fulfilled by Amazon.com.


Does The Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker Really Work?

As can be seen in the video review and product demonstration in the video above, the Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker really does work as advertised! We were able to easily make loads of ice spheres and they melted so slowly!


The Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker Review: Our Conclusion

What We Liked:

  • The Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker Was Easy To Use!
  • The Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker Was Durable!
  • The Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker Can Make Great Ice Pops!
  • What We didn’t Like:

  • The fill lines for the Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker were hard for me to see. I would suggest a more contrasting color to make it easier to see so I don’t get as many “ice nipples” from overfilling the tray!
  • Does The As Seen On TV Blog Recommend The The Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker?

    YES! Nick, my wife, and myself all love using the Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker and we heartily recommend it for purchase! This is a great product for making ice balls and the holes on the top make it great for making freezer popsicles. So if you have a need to make some slow melting ice spheres be sure to do yourself a favor and click that big yellow box below to get YOUR Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker today!


    What are YOUR thoughts about the Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker? Did we get it wrong? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!

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    9 comments on “Aunchitha Ice Ball Maker Review
    1. Lucy Belcher says:

      OOOO

    2. Hung Dang says:

      Shane, please do the forever book.

    3. Hung Dang says:

      I really love your reviews.

    4. doug daughtry says:

      Nice review, I got the Chillz one, I was always fascinated with whiskey iceballs.

    5. Ryan Peters says:

      i really liked this review, literally the most interested ive been in ice balls & a huge step up in professionalism :)

    6. jose ramo jr says:

      +The As Seen On TV Blog Can you please review hot hues if they still sell it and nick good job of teaching your cats how to sit.

    7. Sara F says:

      You should send a link to good mythical morning channel or good mythical more channel about your face blanket review. I’m not sure how to link it but they are trying to figure out if it’s real and I don’t know how to link a video. They have millions of subs.

    8. Sara F says:

      And they would love your channel maybe feature it

    9. Sara F says:

      Btw the product looks pretty interesting but constructive criticism- the name is really hard to say… I wouldn’t be able to recommend it because I already forgot the name.

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