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Lush Life Party Ice Luge


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  • Party drink luge makes a wild conversation starter
  • Durable clear plastic mold with lime-green base
  • Mold fills with water, requires 24-hour freeze time before use
  • Shots poured at top of luge chill as they travel down chutes
  • Measures 17 by 14-1/2 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 11 x 17 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000JL2XNW
  • Item model number: 56367
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,655 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

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Talk about an ice breaker! This large mold, looking like a luge course at the Winter Olympics, fills with water, pops into the freezer for 24 hours to thoroughly freeze, and creates the most-talked-about party centerpiece in years. Drink shots poured in the top of the two chutes not only chill on their way downhill but can be raced against each other to see which one spills into the waiting glass first. Measuring 17 by 14-1/2 inches, the luge consists of a translucent-as-ice, durable plastic mold that sits on a lime-green base, and makes a definitely unique gift for your favorite party animal. --Ann Bieri

Product Description

Ice Luge...Ice Sculpture. Let the fun begin when your pour your favorite drink down the luge. Fill this plastic mold with water and pop it into the freezer. 24 hours later you'll have the "ice of the party". Pour your favorite muscle relaxer into the top and catch at the bottom of the run...with your glass or mouth! Measures 17" long and 14" 4 1/2" wide. One mold included.


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Customer Reviews

They should have constructed it with a stronger plastic.
Chadwick L. Price
I was pretty upset but I didn't let that get in my way of having a good time.
N. TOPINIO-GO
Cracked when trying to remove it from plastic freezing case.
Melissa M. King

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Tom B. on January 11, 2008
I am surprised that this product made it to the market. It is a great idea, but the end result is extremely dissappointing. The first luge I ordered was delivered broken in the box. Amazon promptly sent a new luge and it shattered after the first use. The flimsy plastic that it is composed of does not stand up to the freezing and thawing. You are better off ordering an ice luge from your local ice company.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Teknobenji on May 17, 2007
GREAT way to get the party started! everyone wants a turn, and forget about a glass at the bottom. Really should give it a solid 2 days to freeze, takes a long time to melt, of course, you really only need it to function for about an hour before the dysfunction at your party will set in!!!!!!!!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Gene Mckenna on December 19, 2008
I read the review by someone else that warned it was a one-time use product, so I was really careful when I dumped the ice block out of the mold. I ran hot water over the top to loosen it up a bit. It came out reasonably easy and it was fun at the party. However, I just went to fill it up again and there is a hole in the mold now so it's basically useless.

If you don't mind spending the ~$20 for a one time use thing, it's pretty good. But if you want to use it more than that, you will be very lucky to be able to do so.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A. Bevans on December 3, 2007
The mold broke the first luge I made. Then when removing the ice luge, it broke in half. Made another one after a temporary repair on the mold. Difficult to get the luge to stay on the holder, ice melts fast (it was only 46 degrees outside) towards the bottom and makes it difficult to get shot into glass at bottom. Shot glasses started at the top as full and by the time it went through the luge and into the shot glass (after spilling) shot glass was only half full. Sounded like a great party idea but I was disappointed and would not recommend.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J. Bonavita on June 6, 2008
I realize they show shot glasses at the bottom of this thing in the photo..so for all of you complaining that there is no place to put the glasses and no lip or funnel for the glasses I understand why you'd think this. But have any of you ever ACTUALLY DONE an ice luge before? THEY ARE NOT MEANT FOR GLASSES TO BE USED!!! You are supposed to put your mouth at the bottom of the luge to get the drink..THATS WHAT MAKES IT FUN!! You pour a shot of clean water down after each shot to rinse it if your concerned about mixing shot flavors on the same path, or if you dont want to put your mouth on the ice right after the last person. Use your mouth and you will have MUCH more fun and find the luge to work much better. I have no idea why they show this with the glasses other than they try to sell you the glasses with this. NO ONE and NO PLACE I have ever been have used glasses with an ice luge. It defeats the purpose of trying to catch the shot in your mouth and to see who can drink the longest shot etc..
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By N. Mcwilliams on January 7, 2008
We froze this three times. Once it cracked upon loosening it. It got bubbles in it that prevented the booze from flowing down the path. We used a small torch to attempt to improve it, which ice carvers do, and we still couldn't make it work as the pathways are too shallow, and there is no lip or funnel design at the end of the run to place your glass under. So the liquid just runs all over the place. It's a loser.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Steve on November 22, 2011
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This product could not have been more disappointing. The first time I used it for my Halloween party, the mold broke into pieces as soon as the water froze. They market it as a "durable multiple use product", which could not be farther from the truth! If youre going to spend the money for a one-time use luge, you can get a much better one than this!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Chadwick L. Price on January 23, 2010
I bought this item in anticipation of a wild evening with friends. Logistically, this item is difficult to prepare, especially if you have a small freezer. The width of my freezer could not accommodate the tray, so I had to use my neighbor's freezer, which was a pull out drawer. You cannot fill the entire tray with water, or you will get it everywhere. Instead, you fill it half way, then add the rest by hand via glasses of water. The mold came out looking ok, but cracked as soon as I tried to remove the ice. They should have constructed it with a stronger plastic. Additionally, the pegs should be longer. The angle is far too shallow to get an experience of reasonable length. I ended up having to place books under the pegs to elevate the luge so people weren't standing there for 10 minutes waiting for the liquor to come down the shoot.
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