iSnow. Fake snow that looks real.

Not quite sure why this is called iSnow and why every product has iSomething to do with it, but none the less this iSnow is a wicked product. Simply add water to this container and in a few short minutes you have realistic looking non toxic snow to play with, decorate with, photograph or throw in your friends face.

The best thing about this? It’s almost like a prop. It will dry out and can be put back into the package when its done.

txmas000100 06 l iSnow. Fake snow that looks real.

The same rules apply to this as the real stuff, don’t eat yellow iSnow.

txmas000100 01 m iSnow. Fake snow that looks real.

Notice how realistic this stuff is, even up very close in a macro shot. Perfect for little winter scenes, without the mess, without the melt and without the snow.

isnow1 iSnow. Fake snow that looks real.

Hit the jump for more photos, a video and where to get your very own iSnow.

Hit the jump to buy it here for under 4 bucks

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1 Response to “iSnow. Fake snow that looks real.”


  1. 1 Bel Jun 25th, 2010 at 9:07 PM

    Love this stuff. You can buy it by the pound from Steve Spangler Science. I teach preschool and we put it in plastic bins for the kids to use. A pound’s worth of this stuff makes a lot (A LOT) of snow.

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