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Clear Ice Cube Maker

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  • Instructions: Fill tray with water and lower silicone molds into tray. Freeze for approximately 12 hours. Lift tabs to remove and enjoy. For best results ensure the freezer is between 15°-32° Fahrenheit. The slower the ice freezes, the clearer the ice cubes will be
  • Creates slow melting, ultra-clear ice that enhances any drink
  • Features unique pop-up ice release with silicone molds
  • Easy to use design eliminates the need to boil water
  • Made in China
Materials
Silicone, BPA-free plastic, EPS foam
Includes
One silicone ice mold, ice mold tray, insulated foam sleeve. Creates eight small 1” cubes or two large 2” cubes/spheres
Dimensions
Two Count Tray: 9" x 4.25" x 5.25; Eight Count Tray: 10.75" x 5.75" x 3.75"
Weight
Two Count Tray: 1.45 lbs; Eight Count Tray: 2.2 lbs

Reviews
4 avg. (25 reviews)


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Clear Ice Cube Maker

$39.95
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This clear ice cube maker creates ice that melts slower, tastes better, and makes cocktails look picture-perfect. The mold takes a cue from the way water freezes in nature (from the top down) and pushes air bubbles and impurities out, leaving you with nothing but clear ice.
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Dexas Ice-ology

Dexas Ice-ology has come up with a cool—and we mean it—way to create clear ice cubes. And they’re taking a cue from Mother Nature.

Pour water in the mold and pop it into the freezer. It will freeze slowly from the top down, just like in nature. This process pushes out bubbles, cloudiness, and impurities, so you’re left with a clear cube and nothing else. The end result looks stellar and melts slowly (no diluted cocktails here), and some folks think it tastes better, too. Cheers to that.