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Onyx 18/8 Stainless Steel # ICE001 18 Slot Ice Cube Tray
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- Stainless steel ice cube trays have arrived made from 18/8 stainless steel
- This two part system goes back to the trays of 1950's
- Easy release handle
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Stainless steel ice cube trays have arrived. Made from 18/8 stainless steel, this two part system goes back to the trays of 1950's.
Top Customer Reviews
I'm torn about this product, for i like the concept. For 38 dollars with shipping, this thing should be built like a tank. Given how it's built, it should be [...] So I've given it 3 stars for this reason. The lever/cube mechanism (quality) is far too weak and thin---after all, i was looking for durability and longevity. I'm not confident that it will last for decades unless treated quite cautiously. In my first few trays and testing, I've put a sleight bend into the cube separators where the lever puts pressure on it. *It can be bent back* but anytime metal is flexed to the point of distortion, and flexed back, eventually it will crack if it happens enough. Now that i know, i can be more cautious with it, but as i said, it's not built like it should be for the price.
Dimensions of tray interior where cubes are made: 4x10x1 (but as i said, fill to only half full, so 4x10x0.5) Smaller than i would have estimated from pictures, but still adequate in my opinion.
No instructions: A Recommended fill level would be nice. After my own little testing, I don't recommend over half full, maybe a bit less.
Freeze it with the lever down, as the description says. For someone with grip issues, do not freeze it with the lever up and try to push it down to separate cubes--the lever is not designed for stress in that direction.
One more thing: being all metal, I feel it certainly makes solid cubes faster than plastic trays ever will. As a single person, with a small cube bucket, i feel no need for more than one of these trays.
The handle for removing the cubes was very stiff the first time I tried to use it, and the metal was so cold, it actually cut my skin, so I'd recommend using a towel or gloves the first few times. After that, it does loosen up, but is still sturdy.
I don't get whole ice cubes--it's more like big chunks with a lot of crushed ice.
I think the price is too high for an ice cube tray--it should cost about half as much, but it's commensurately priced with all other stainless steel ice cube trays that I looked for, so I doubt you'll find a cheaper stainless steel tray anywhere else. You can find cheaper metal trays for about $8, but they'll be made out of aluminum, which is arguably less safe than stainless steel.
Overall, I am satisfied with this product.
1. Place lever in the downward position.
2. Fill tray about half way with water (to just below the rivets that hold the lever in place).
3. Place in freezer and remove when frozen.
4. Pull up on lever to free ice.
I tried filling it all the way with water, but it's impossible to crack the ice that way. I'm very pleased with this tray, and I'd definitely recommend it to a friend.
The cubes don't come out as perfect as the bagged ice you buy, but they are pretty good and much cheaper! I ended up buying 2 because I liked it so much. Hope this helps!
Update: June 3, 2014
After almost 3 years, I have been very happy with this ice cube tray. The water freezes super fast, never has that "OFF" flavor that I THOUGHT was coming from the fridge... I guess previously it was actually coming from the old plastic ice cube tray leaching into the ice. I continue to run cold water on the bottom when I am trying to crack it, and also run water on the handle part which loosens everything up. This helps alot. However, I became impatient once to crack it open and just banged it on the counter and it broke (the little dividers shifted). I tried to put them back, but they wouldn't go back. But, I am going to order another one...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used these once!! Two of them broke trying to get the ice out!! Do not buy a total waste of money. Read morePublished 6 days ago by jim connell
Sharp edges...cut myself trying to realeae the cubes. The ice does not release easily, when It suddenly become free, ice went everywhere.Published 10 days ago by Jim Tadlock
Very sturdy and unique ice trays. It worked very well the 1st couple times I used it but after that the ice would not separate into pieces and the handle broke. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
I love sticking my fingers to the tray and bending the handle trying to loosen the ice. To me a bag of ice is a lot easier, but my wife likes them so...Published 1 month ago by David B.
I`m 70 years old and used these trays for the first 25 years of my life. everyone my age can tell you to run water over tray to loosen ice. Read morePublished 1 month ago by robert owens
Well made, very solid. Arrived with a couple dents which don't impact function.Published 1 month ago by On Time
Actually, I was looking for metal ice cubes and this happened to pop up. At first I thought it was a misprint, or that the price was for a CASE of these! Read morePublished 1 month ago by SoothSeeker
Function and feel is perfect. I use them for large flats too, they just slip in the cooler and stick around longer than cubes.Published 1 month ago by Nicholas E Fusco