The Cube Tube Improves Upon the Ordinary Ice Tray
July 13th, 2012
I use ice cubes regularly (who doesn’t?) but I find filling up the ice trays after all the ice has been used up to be quite the chore. There’s the task of having to pour water slowly into each compartment and make sure it’s not too full or not too empty, before slowly walking back to the freezer to put the tray back in. There’s also the mess and sanitation risk of having to handle each cube by hand.
A neat solution to this is the Cube Tube. It’s basically a square-shaped container that you’re supposed to fill with water. Then you insert the divider that does all the work for you, twist it in to seal it, and pop the entire thing into the freezer. And voila, you’re done! No muss, no fuss, and definitely no spillage.
Pretty convenient, right?
They’re not for sale yet, although the projected price for these Cube Tubes are about $7 to $8 when they go into production. For the convenience it brings, I’d say that’s a reasonable price. Check them out on Quirky for more information.
[via Oh Gizmo!]