Pi Symbol Ice Cube Tray
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- Silicone ice cube tray creates frozen water in the shape of the Pi symbol
- Perfect for simultaneously conveying your knowledge of mixed drinks and math
- Great for casting other materials, such as meat loaf, in the shape of the Pi symbol
- Damn Impressive to Archimedes
- Each cube is approximately 2.24" x 1.75" x 0.5" deep
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Top Customer Reviews
Every time I drop a pi cube into a drink, my day brightens a little bit. I've actually started pulling it out for drinks that are already refrigerated, just so I can see the little pi shape bobbing there as I sip my soda.
When I first got the tray, I had some difficulty removing the ice. I was actually worried about some quick wear and tear, as I had to be rather forceful, and some of the edges wrenched at the tray. However, if you rinse the back of the tray with some warm water for a good ten seconds, you melt the edges of the ice forms just enough for them to slide right out, hassle free. I don't mind the extra time it takes, either, since I know I'm getting awesome pi cubes!
The kids loved them anyway. Do you have any pi lollipop molds?
The reason I didn't give a 5-star review is a a small design detail: The rubber used to make the tray is too soft. You need 2 hands to hold it straight so it doesn't fold and spill the water. Going from the sink, opening the fridge and putting the tray in the freezer without spilling on the floor or in the is freeze is quite an exercise. One trick is to fill it in the freezer with a small jar.
I got another silicone tray, but it has a much shallower design that breaks easy and frankly tastes weird (handguns). This one is much better...better size, better shape, holds well in liquid and looks cool. Pi's are nice and thick
Silicone is super easy to pop out the ice. No signs of ripping or tearing and we've used it for 6 months. Easy to clean, easy to fill...really no issues at all.
Considering cutting it in half (so it's 3 x 2 Pi's instead of 3 x 4 Pi's so it fits in the ice tray part of my freezer better), but haven't yet
Fun, but not the most useful. Still, my boyfriend got a kick out of it, so mission accomplished.
Shipped in sealed plastic. Item comes with instructions for best results.
A usefull tool to gauge the awareness of visitors. Place a few in a drink, near the top, served to your guest to see if they even notice/ If they say anything after they notice.
Works well especially if you follow the directions.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
IT'S BACKWARDS!!! Am I the only one to realize this? I used it yesterday to make Pi shaped chocolates, and when I popped them out, I realized the nice, smooth, sharp-cornered... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nicole Stachowicz Powers
Gave as a gift to a math teacher for 'Pi' Day (3-14). Works well, be careful pulling ice out of tray.Published on March 25, 2014 by badgerbob
This ice cube tray is a nice novelety for the math geek, but not so great if you want to have cold drinks with a group of mathematicians. Read morePublished on December 28, 2013 by Bill Minkler
It works great. The flexibility is nice when trying to get the cubes out without having to worry about cracking the material.Published on October 29, 2013 by Alisha Marks
This was a very good product; my only regret is that I only have one.
Keep in mind that this isn't a hard ice cube tray; it's floppy silicone. It's fine for me, though.
Used this for school math/music lesson! A yummy fun treat after learning about Pi! Like the fact that it is a pliable soft tray!Published on October 2, 2013 by J. Newt
This is a great party trick if you have a lot of technically minded friends.
The only problem is that it takes a long time to get used to taking out the cubes. Read more
Good idea bad engeneering. This would be great if you could get the ice cubes out of it without breaking them. Read morePublished on September 3, 2013 by Timeryder
Okay, so I'm a member of Mensa and obviously enjoy whimsical items, this one fits the bill. I love it. Read morePublished on June 26, 2013 by Ty J. Bouse