With OXO’s inventive new tray, ice making is mess free and easier than ever. Innovative silicone lid seals water into the tray and prevents it from leaking—even if tipped upside down! Now you’ll never have to worry about spills when transferring tray from sink to freezer.
Plus, you can store the tray in any position, even on an angle between the ice cream and frozen veggies in a crowded freezer. Lid allows for stacking multiple trays or other items on top and prevents freezer odor from permeating your cubes. Silicone lid is removable for easy cleaning.
Includes: Ice tray and silicone lid
Capacity: Makes 14 cubes
Material: Plastic, silicone
Silicone lid seals water into the tray and prevents it from leaking
Lid allows for stacking and angled storage in freezer
Comfortable handle for a firm grip
Innovative rounded cavities release cubes easily
Prevents ice cubes from absorbing freezer odors
Silicone lid is removable for easy cleaning
Made in China
OXO began with a simple question. Why do ordinary kitchen tools hurt your hands? OXO set out to create a line of kitchen tools that would be comfortable to hold and easy to use. Today OXO offers more than 500 ergonomic products with pressure-absorbing, comfort-grip handles.
If you don't have a refrigerator with a built in ice cube maker, then these ice cube trays should be what you have in your freezer. They take away all of the messy frustration of ice cube making. My only complaint is that I could buy about 12 sets of two ice cube trays at the dollar store for the price of one of these trays, but what good do 12 sets of ice cube trays do you when you spill water all over your floor, the inside of your freezer and sometimes yourself?
These ice cube trays have some really nice features. First, they solve the spilling problem. Second, the ice cubes come out very easily. Third, they stack very easily.
While the trays prevent spillage, I would disagree with the product description that they can be turned on their side for storage in the freezer. While they prevent water from spilling out if you turn it on its side on a short trip from the sink to the refrigerator, they will slowly seep inside and eventually leak if turned on their side for too long. Maybe the water starts to freeze and prevents leaking before it does leak, but I don't think I'd recommend trying it unless you're willing to chance a little water spillage in the freezer.
Pros: No more water spillage, easy ice removal, and easy stacking.
Cons: Probably can't stack them on their sides and they could be priced a little lower.
I'm not sure yet whether they prevent tastes from the freezer from getting into your ice. I haven't had them for long enough to know for sure. So far my ice cubes haven't been instilled with flavors from the freezer. But I haven't had a case where the ice has sat in the trays for a good while either