4 Pack Ice Cube Trays, Ice Tray Durable & Flexible, Ice Trays for Freezer, Silicone Ice Cube Tray, 14 Ice Cube Trays for Freezer With Lid, Super…
Specification: 4 Pack Ice Cube Trays, Ice Tray Durable & Flexible, Ice Trays for Freezer, Silicone Ice Cube Tray, 14 Ice Cube Trays for Freezer With Lid, Super…
8 reviews for 4 Pack Ice Cube Trays, Ice Tray Durable & Flexible, Ice Trays for Freezer, Silicone Ice Cube Tray, 14 Ice Cube Trays for Freezer With Lid, Super…
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They show these trays easy to twist well they are not. You have to make sure not to fill the tray to the top. Then when you go to get them, you need to have strong thumbs in order to pop them out. Twisting tray does not work, tray itself is hard plastic and bottom is silicone soft. Like the lid idea so they can be stacked easily and really not take up too much freezer space. If you do not have strong thumbs or man around just turn the tray upside down with lid on it and wait few minutes, they will melt then pop out easier.
These trays work very nicely. The covers they include are nice – they sorta keep liquid from spilling out, and make stacking them easy; they slide! Follow the instructions, then, and have just a little patience – we all know what happens when we rush things, right? Wait at least 30 seconds before you try to remove the cubes from the trays, 45 seconds to a minute works even better ; once they warm up just a little bit, you can push the cubes right out. Make sure you get a container to hold your ice in. If we all spent just five minutes a day doing THIS…. we could all avoid paying $200.00 on an icemaker, which takes up space. Is it more of a hassle than an icemaker? Of course, but so what???? Try it. It’s cool.
I like the design, especially the lids that keep things and orders from getting in the ice. In a moment of absent mindedness I twisted a tray like a traditional ice tray and it snapped in half. I still use it bc the halves fit together and the lid keeps them together. The trick for getting the ice out is putting the tray on the counter and pushing it down to loosen all the cubes. Also love that the kids keep you from spilling water all over the floor when you fill the trays.
Chimes at Midnight Reviews –
I neither like nor dislike these ice cube trays. They do what they are designed to do. I would purchase again, although I prefer the traditional twist-type tray.
They have snap on/off covers. They are sturdy.
The trays need a minute or so to thaw before attempting to empty. If you have hand- and/or thumb-strength issues, pushing each cube out may be difficult and even painful. (It is for me.)
It is noteworthy that each silicone tray holds 1 cup of liquid. A traditional, standard-sized twist-to-remove tray holds 1 1/3 cups of liquid.
Amazon Customer –
The first time I bought these I got then in green and used them to freeze almond milk in for smoothies. These red ones will be used for freezing coffee in for smoothies. Because they are different colors, I will know which tray to pull out at a glance! I’ve also used them to freeze olive oil with minced garlic for stir fry recipes. You do have to run water over the bottom to release the cubes then push them out with your thumb. I guess they work well for making ice too but I haven’t made ice in mine. Highly recommend!
Smaller then i thought but like the ease of use
J. Everett –
I have used these for two weeks and they have been good. I would say that before removing the ice make sure you pour water over the tray to break the ice free. I did not because I was in a hurry and some of the ice cubes fell out pretty easy but then one didn’t, and I pushed on the back of one and it broke it in half. I guess what I am saying is to be gentle when breaking the ice out. I will be ordering some that are all silicone because my husband isn’t as gentle as I am but all in all they aren’t bad for making ice. The size of the cubes are smaller than expected.
Susan J. Turner –
I never thought I would be writing a review on ice cube trays but here goes nothing….I purchased these in a frenzy after my fiancé called and texted me multiple times about how the ice maker was not making any ice…again…and how we were out of ice. I was like well go buy a bag and I will order trays. These were the first ones that popped up so I put them in cart and quickly hit buy and went about my day.
They showed up the next day and I quickly unpacked them so I could start making ice. Yes we go through a lot of ice and we are in the middle of a heat wave to boot. So I unpacked them and was stumped by the size. They are much smaller than ice cube trays I had 12 years ago pre ice maker…no big deal though. I loved the lids for mess free transport and easy stacking.
So later I got to cracking and wow just wow, the cubes come out so easily and perfectly with a simple push on the bottom. So smaller but the silicon over plastic is a HUGE improvement.
Now on to the lids…so yes I already said they were great but for some reason they annoy my fiancé. I later realized that the one that he left lidless froze alot quicker than my lidded trays. Why I don’t really understand. I’ll keep using the lids and he won’t but just a tip, if you want the cubes to freeze faster leave the lids off.