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OXO Good Grips Ice Cube Tray

by OXO
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  • Lidded ice cube tray with ergonomic grips
  • Easy cube-release system works every time
  • Cover reduces odor for fresher ice cubes
  • Stackable design
  • Cleans with warm soap and water
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.6 x 5.5 x 1.5 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004OCLA
  • Item model number: 34881
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (231 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #488 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

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No more ice cubes slithering across your counter or floor and no more sloshing a just-filled ice cube tray on your way to the fridge--Oxo has come to the rescue with this nifty, easy-release tray with a sliding lid. Just fill the tray with water, slide the lid on, and slip the tray into the freezer. The lid design allows you to stack more trays or other items on top: a great space-saving feature. To dispense the ice cubes, slide the lid in either direction until the desired number of cubes are exposed, then flip the tray over to release the cubes. The clever lid design lets you release a single cube or a dozen, and both tray and lid have a solid feel, with just the right amount of give. Sliding the lid on a just-filled tray, however, takes a little practice (the lid sticks a bit), but placing the tray on a firm surface and sliding evenly and firmly should do the trick. --C. Whitney-Ward

Product Description

Only Release the Ice Cubes You Need

Have you ever tried to release just a few ice cubes from an ice cube tray only to have all the cubes tumble out? The OXO Good Grips Ice Cube Tray comes to the rescue. A unique, patented cover design lets you release as many ice cubes as you need.

OXO Good Grips Ice Cube Tray:

  • Lidded ice cube tray with ergonomic grips
  • Easy cube-release system works every time
  • Cover reduces odor for fresher ice cubes
  • Stackable design

Dimensions: Measures 1.5 in. x 12.63 in. x 5.5 in.

A Closer Look:

The cover also makes it easy to stack multiple ice cube trays and eliminates freezer odor from permeating your cubes. The innovative rounded ice cubes release easily and the translucent cover lets you see when it's time to refill. Makes 14 cubes.

Take Care: Dishwasher safe.

About the Brand: OXO was born in 1990, the first group of 15 OXO Good Grips kitchen tools was introduced to the U.S. market. These ergonomically designed, trans-generational tools set a new standard for the industry and raised the bar of consumer expectation for comfort and performance.



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Customer Reviews

Getting the lid off is another major production.
MT
While these work, the cubes are small, the trays are difficult to fill and cap without spilling water, and they are clunky in the freezer compartment.
E. Maddox
The curves below the tray and the cover idea make ice cubes very easy to come out.
Ya J. Fan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

100 of 103 people found the following review helpful By K. Wells on November 4, 2006
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I know these got poor reviews, as ice cube trays. But I used them to freeze my baby's homemade fruits and veggies and they worked great. The lids were a little tricky at first, but as long as you don't overfill them, you'll have no problems removing the lids. A couple twists of the tray, and the food cubes slid right out! They were much cheaper than trays marketed specifically for freezing baby food.
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228 of 243 people found the following review helpful By Blake Scholl on August 9, 2001
Every other Good Grips product I own was designed thoughtfully: they're high quality, attractive, and very easy to use. Unfortunately, this ice cube tray is an exception on every count.
The single biggest problem with this product is the tray cover. OXO started with a good idea: use a cover to keep the cubes fresh and to make it easy to remove just the cubes you want. Unfortunately, this tray's cover is so poorly designed that it's not nearly worth the trouble.
First, it's very difficult to remove the cover to get your ice cubes out. The cover supposed to slide off easily, but it usually gets stuck, because it doesn't fit properly and because little bits of ice easily obstruct the path.
Getting cubes out is bad enough, but the cover is even worse when you're filling the tray. Again, because it doesn't fit very well, it requires a lot of force to push the cover on. Inevitably, you'll have to force it into place and end up splashing a lot of the water out of the cube compartments. This makes your cubes smaller, and the splashed water freezes into little bits of ice that make the cover harder to get off later.
As for asthetics, the tray isn't as good as other OXO products either. It's missing their signature black-rubber grips and offers little else in return.
So, my recommendation is to wait for version 2 before you leap for this product. But, in the meantime, check out other Good Grips products. Fortunately, this product's poor design is an exception for OXO.
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65 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 6, 2001
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From the illustration and description I'd hoped that the seal between the tray and its cover would be waterproof.
This isn't the case, but that doesn't detract from the overall quality of the product. I like the crescent shaped ice cubes, it's easy to fill and hold thanks to its shape, and I suspect that the relatively shallow cubes may even form more rapidly than those in other trays.
That said, I'd hoped this tray would solve the problem of water dripping all over the place when placing the tray in the freezer, it doesn't. Also, it's somewhat wide and doesn't fit in my freezer compartment's door trays - which is somewhat annoying.
Thus, 3 stars... good and bad, worth a consideration if you want to buy an ice cube tray.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Charles Nordlander TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 29, 2009
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I have owned two of these trays for about a year and I'm about to buy two more--but why would I do that for a 3-star product? Simply put, they aren't perfect but they're the best of what's out there.

What sets these trays apart from others is the lid, which I've learned to both love and hate. I love the lid for one reason: in a frost-free freezer, it prevents ice cubes from evaporating over time. If you use your ice often, that isn't a problem, so I'd say the benefit of the lid to you is not worth the hassle. (More about that in a moment.) But if you're like me, and use ice infrequently, you'll no longer have the experience of reaching for a tray (usually when guests ask for ice) only to find that your cubes have mostly evaporated. Now I always have ice when I need it, even a couple of months after I've filled the tray. I'd say the lids also make for easier stacking.

And that, for me, makes it worth putting up with the negatives of this product mentioned in other reviews:

1) The lid is a pain to slide on and off--not a big deal after the cubes are frozen, but it can be a real mess-maker when you're filling trays. I now snap the lids on instead of sliding, but I still spill some water no matter how careful I am.

2) The cubes are on the smal/medium size, though some may find that to be a benefit.

Oxo has been taken to task for poor design on this tray, but I'm not sure that's the case. There just may not be a "better" way to put a lid on an ice tray that will protect again evaporation and freezer burn. If you don't see that protection as a benefit to you, then I'd strongly suggest buying a conventional tray. But if you do, then be prepared for the compromises that I and others have mentioned.

Thanks for reading my review--I hope it has given you information that will help in your purchase decision!
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By E. Maddox on September 24, 2006
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I have four covered trays made by Tupperware, I was trying to save a buck, bought four of these because I have liked other Oxo products. It was a mistake. While these work, the cubes are small, the trays are difficult to fill and cap without spilling water, and they are clunky in the freezer compartment. All I did was compromise, buy and waste my money, and now I need to go pay the full price for the Tupperware trays that work and that I should have bought to start with.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 18, 2002
The idea of covering ice cubes so that they don't evaporate (a problem in frostless refrigerator/freezers) and don't pick up strange odors is a good one. However, the cube trays in Oxo's design are too shallow and the lid is very rigid. The lid does not slide closed at the outset and once frozen it doesn't slide open. It's a struggle to try to slide or clamp the lid onto the tray a good bit of water spills. After one use in the freezer, the lid seems to have warped a bit so that I have to force it as flat as I can while lining up the lid with the tray.
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