Arctic Chill Ice Cube Tray - 2 Pack - 1 Inch Cubes Keep Your Drink Cooled for Hours
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- Dont dilute your drink just chill it! Arctic Chill Ice Cubes melt slowly so you can enjoy a full-strength drink at your leisure.
- So easy to use! The Arctic Chill Ice Cube Tray is made of silicone that wont leak or stain and can simply be washed in the dishwasher.
- Click Add to Cart now for a lifetime of perfectly chilled drinks.
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The product is used for making 1" ice cubes. Made from: BPA Free Silicone Company.
Guarantee: 5 Year Guarantee
- Space saving stack-able tray design
- Easy release non-stick silicone
- Easy to clean dishwasher safe
- Makes perfect size cubes for any glass.
Top Customer Reviews
Arctic chill is the best. The trays they make are the best on the market, don't let the price fool you!
SUPER EASY to get the cubes out. Say goodbye to having to rotate the tray back and forth or (as often happened) breaking the tray completely.
All I do is push the cube out from the bottom, and the soft rubber let's you push the cube up.
No more banging the tray against the counter and losing cubes along the way.
My first concern was them being soft and having issues stacking the trays on top of one another in the freezer after filling them up with water. Well, that hasn't been an issue whatsoever. The rubber is thick enough to allow for a rigid enough side wall for lateral and vertical support for the water, yet pliable enough to allow for easy cube extraction.
They also have a helpful PDF guide that shows you different ways you can use your trays (coffee, mixed drinks, frozen fruit for cocktails, ect).
Cons: Unlike a conventional ice cube tray, this one has no flow from cube to cube, which means if you don't want to just flood it with tap water to fill, you have to fill each cube separately and it's hard to do that without overflowing the whole thing. I want to use these for freezing bone broth so I can't risk it over flowing and wasting my precious broth, and I didn't want to send them back so I literally snipped little V shaped notches in each of the interior "walls" so that the liquid will flow nicely and not overflow. The cubes still come out perfectly with a little twisting and break apart easily.
Therefore, I struggled with the stars...I kept going back and forth between 3 and 4. I am happy with them after my design improvement so I left it at four.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Small cubes - I didn't pay attention to the sizing. Recommend 2 inch cubes instead. Little difficult to pop the ice cubes out of the trays. Read morePublished 21 hours ago by vegannevin
It's a good ice tray, but it's a bit difficult to actually get the ice cube, specially since they're packed together so tightly.Published 3 days ago by Angelo Sparks-Nieto
Great mini ice cubes. Extremely easy to pop off and easy to wash.
P. S It the mini cubes do have a weird taste to them very faint but if you don't mind then definitely buy it!
Love these - small ice cubes, quick to cool liquid - and so very easy to remove from trayPublished 9 days ago by Just Another Dawn
Works well in drink. Bigger ice cube keeps drink colder and doesn't seem to water down as fast as a normal size ice cube. I would buy this product againPublished 10 days ago by Gambrelle
Keeps my drink cold for longer time when using the ice from these trays.Published 18 days ago by darcy
This is a good product. The cubes come out easily, and would be perfect for a glass of whatever on the rocks. Read morePublished 20 days ago by tonia cochran