Rubbermaid -White Ice Cube Tray, 16 cube trays (Pack of 2)
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- Pack of 2 - 16 cube trays
- Trays are top rack dishwasher safe.
- Each tray makes 16 ice cubes
- Ice cubes release with an easy twist
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The durable, yet flexible tray allows ice cubes to release with an easy twist. The trays stack securely without sticking and are designed to channel water so trays fill quickly. Trays stack securely without sticking and twist for fast, easy release of cubes. Flexible trays allow cubes to drop out easily and are designed to channel water so trays fill quickly.
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One of my life mottos is, "a good home is one where you can get a good glass of ice water." But what good is ice water if you're slicing your hand open getting the ice? No good, I say!
Enter, Rubbermaid Easy Release Ice Cube Tray - Pack of 2. I've had these trays for less than a week, but I can say without a doubt and (I swear to God) without any sarcasm that these ice cube trays have made my life at home considerably better. You barely twist it, and the cubes slide out. Did you read that? They slide out! They don't pop up in your face, they don't crack in half and fall on the floor (only to leave the other half stuck frozen in the tray). They slide out and into your glass or ice bucket and life is good with your perfect ice cubes.
The only thing that I don't like about these is that you have to place the top tray directly onto the bottom tray, you can't slide it back. You'll know what I mean when you buy them. And you should buy them - it's such a minor, minor thing that I debated even mentioning it, but here I am professing my love for ice cube trays, so why not mention the one thing they could make better the next time they redesign these (which, Rubbermaid, they're otherwise perfect, so maybe don't redesign them, eh?)
One day I decided to rise up and start anew, and after reading these reviews decided that these were the trays for me. I normally have very little faith in humanity and its opinions, especially when it comes to politics, religion, and kitchen-related implements, but my icy resolve was melted away by the zeal and vigor of the proponents of these fine tools.
After receiving and cleaning these blue beauties, I filled them up and commenced the trial. The following night, with the children sleeping peacefully and my evening chores complete, I pulled a tray from the freezer and gave it my usual twist. Sixteen moderately-sized, pleasantly curved ice cubes verily sprang from their nests and practically begged to be chosen for cocktail duty!
What sorcery is this?
Some even flew out and dropped into the sink due to my now-overzealous release method. I have since refined my technique, as these trays require very little twisting action for cube deployment, virtually eliminating losses. I am now many use cycles in and tray performance has been perfectly consistent.
I immediately traveled to South America and cast the old trays into an active volcano. Actually, I recycled them, but that's what I imagined myself doing. I decommissioned them beforehand with my excellent "KitchenAid Classic Shears with Soft Grip, Black" to ensure some hapless dumpster diver wouldn't fall victim to their treachery. Good riddance.
Buy these trays now and never look back!
Every time I've used these trays when I turn them over, at least one or two cubes just fall out before I even twist. The rest ALL pop out with a light twist. Every last one. Not 2 or 3 or 7 of them stuck in there while you bash the tray on the sink. Every last one. Just like you want them to do on those crappy trays you have in your freezer, waiting to irritate you once more. I suggest you do what I did. Throw your trays out right now, unremovable ice and all. I'll wait while you do so. Done? Good. Now order these and go buy some ice cubes in a bag at the store. They'll last until you get these trays.
Then you'll be making ice the easy way. Like it should be. You're welcome :-)
Edit Feb 2, 2015-
Someone who shall remain unnamed in my house tends to overfill the ice cube trays. Don't do this. Even these awesome trays are harder to remove the ice if there's enough water that it forms one continuous piece of ice. Fill them under the faucet while tilted so the water flows to the unfilled cubes and stop before there's too much water. Less is more when making ice :-) Also, for whatever reason, they pop out best when they're not stacked. If your freezer looks like you shove things in hard and slam the door, then you probably only have room to stack the trays like me. But if you have more control of your freezer impulses then lay the trays next to each other. All cubes still come out with one twist either way, but when they're stacked it seems like a little bit of the bottom of some cubes on the bottom tray sticks in the tray.
Still, I'd absolutely buy these trays again. They're a year and a half old and aren't showing any cracks or other indications of wear. Of course, you only have to twist them once, so that helps. That and the lack of bashing them on the sink over and over probably doesn't hurt either with the whole lifespan thing.