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Star Wars: Han Solo in Carbonite Silicone Ice Tray / Chocolate Mold/ Single Tray
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- A Kotobukiya Japanese import
- Ideal for ice, chocolate, jello, or other suitable liquids
- Seven figural compartments - six small, one larger
- Excellent detailing
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Freeze your own Han Solo! Here comes an innovative Star Wars kitchen product from a galaxy far, far away. This time around, the fun gets frosty with the Han Solo in Carbonite Silicone Tray. Perfect for everything from family fun to Star Wars-themed parties, these handy trays let you capture ice, chocolate, jello, or anything else you can think of in the familiar shape of Jabba the Hutt's prized possession!
From the Manufacturer
A Kotobukiya Japanese import. Kotobukiya brings you another fun and original product to your family table. Perfect for your Star Wars parties the silicon tray is both heat and ice resistant. Create your own Ice, Chocolate, Jello in the shape of Han Solo in Carbonite as seen in the Star Wars movies "The Empire Strikes Back" and "Return of the Jedi". Packaged in a poly vinyl bag with board art.
Top customer reviews
I used candy melts, heated them in the microwave, then spooned the melted candy into the mold. I tapped the spoon inside each cell repeatedly to make sure it was well distributed, then let it sit for 15-20 minutes to hard. Stretch the edges of the mold to loosen the candy, invert and press gently on the backs of each. They came out perfectly and were a big hit at our Star Wars marathon movie party.
The small cells produce candies just slightly narrower than a Hershey's miniature candy bar. The large cell makes a solid chunk too large, really, for a single person to consume unless they have a high tolerance for large amounts of sweets. I just made one of those for a center piece and put the minis in rows, like an army, all around that one.
The next morning I popped them out and could not even tell their was any image on them- even the big one. They just looked like weird rectangles. What a waste of money and time.
Maybe for a chocolate mold, these could work, but I won't be wasting more time finding out.
Honestly, this is not a toy in any meaningful sense of the word. It is a deliriously dork-tastic accessory to round out one's collection of Yoda PEZ dispensers, Chewbacca bedroom slippers, and that Tauntaun sleeping bag you know you have on your loveseat.
What is there not to love about these? It's Han in friggin' carbonite! If I could afford the full-size replica with the blinking lights, it would already be in my living room. This is the next best thing....
I challenge you to make this your everyday cube of choice.
Some have claimed that the tray is flimsy, and this is kinda true, you need to put it on a plate or cutting board to transport it to the freezer.
Also it has been noted that this is small, also true, but if you want cool Han Solo novelty ice it works great, if you are looking to replace your ice tray, probably not such a great purchase.
All in all lots of fun, and it works great.