Titanic Ice Cube Mold

Brand: FRED
Model: GANDT
EAN: 0700629874234
Category: Food & Drinks
Price: $19.68  (127 customer reviews)
Dimension: 7.25 x 5.75 x 1.50 inches
Shipping Wt: 0.22 pounds. FREE Shipping (Details)
Availability: In Stock.
Average Rating: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Synthetic rubber ice cube tray includes four ocean liners and four icebergs. The icebergs float while the ocean liners list slightly. Just add gin for a perfect party. Individual peggable recyclable clear boxes. Design by Jason Amendolara, Fred Studio.

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Tragedy + Time = Fun Ice
by Agnes Scott (4 out of 5 stars)
January 29, 2011

There comes a time in everyone's life when they need ask themselves, "What am I willing to give up for novelty ice cube trays?" Alright, maybe not everyone's life, but you're reading this review, so it's probably on your mind.

The tray only comes with four boat molds and four "iceberg" molds, which means they're not really practical if you're having a party or if more than two people want ice at the same time. (Although, who am I to say that two people and little frozen boats isn't a party?) It's also a bit of a pain to release the ice from its silicone mold. But once you do, you can have minutes of fun re-enacting the tragic voyage of the SS Titanic until either the ice melts or your fingers go numb.

If you're the type of person who, like me, lives alone and is easily amused, and enjoys reaping the attention-getting rewards of posting photos of these types of things on social networking sites, then by all means, you could do worse by your $[insert whatever price the Amazon algorithm fairy has come up with for today].
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Cute
by Amy (3 out of 5 stars)
August 21, 2011

The cubes are very cute...it's a little annoying to fill the trays because they're very floppy so I tend to spill water on the floor. Getting them out is easiest if you wet them a bit.

I followed others' advice and took them out as soon as they froze so they wouldn't taste like rubber, but they still have that icky taste. I'm glad they were only $6. A great conversation piece but I don't know if they're really useable. Nothing like ruining a gin & tonic with rubber flavor.
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I love the idea
by B. N. DeSalvo (3 out of 5 stars)
February 18, 2015

I love the idea, but the ice cubes are pretty difficult to get out of the tray. The "icebergs" shoot out like projectiles sometimes, and the smoke stacks of the "ships" get stuck in the tray. Running a bit of warm water over it first would probably loosen them up and make it easier to remove the ice, but who wants to do that? Cool idea, but not convenient for every day use as an ice tray.
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My heart will go on..
by Christina Witkowski (5 out of 5 stars)
March 29, 2013

...with these awesome and morbid ice cubes. My nine year old is a Titanic fanatic and when I found this I knew I had to have it. The claim on the product is that the icebergs float and the ship tilts to one side in your cup-and they were spot on! We've taken to bringing the cubes into the bathtub for Titanic reenactments once a week because of these babies. A fun little ice cube tray for the Titanic lover in your life.
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My Drink Will Go On
by Grant (4 out of 5 stars)
January 29, 2011

Handy ice tray with 4 ships and 4 'icebergs.' My kids love the shape and I have to admit that I think it's fun too. The ice can be a little tough to extract because of the amount of articulation on the ship (it has four little smokestacks) and the nearly round shape needed to make the 'icebergs.' The material is durable and I haven't noticed any splitting, warping or odd flavors.

I needed ice trays because my in-fridge icemaker freezes ice too quickly. When that happens a lot of air is trapped inside the water and when the ice melts it forces the carbonation out of sodas faster than credit cards raise interest rates.

These trays make great ice and with so much surface area, they cool a drink quickly. I've never had one of the little smokestacks break off but they won't last long in a drink.

I would have given it a fifth star if the tray was about twice as big. It's a mite pricey for the size but it is fun.

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Nice design, difficult to remove ice
by III (3 out of 5 stars)
March 25, 2014

I love ships. This is a nifty ice cube tray for the titanic/iceberg theme.

It is difficult, however, to get the ice out of the trays due to the smoke stacks getting caught in the tray and the bottom layer that folds around the ship. These are also what gives the ice cube its great shape, so that's a definite trade off.

As is, its great to use for fun, but its a lot of work for ice.
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Great idea, but sometimes bad taste
by NerevarJacob (4 out of 5 stars)
September 15, 2013

This is a very creative and fun ice-cube tray. The cubes are easier than I thought to get out (though still not completely trivial) and they stay together well, I've never accidentally broken a titanic in half (no pun intended).

The only problem I have with it is that after a while the ice can take on a "Plastic" taste. But as long as you remove the cubes a few days after they've frozen this is not a problem.
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I recommend trying to push straight down on the smoke stacks
by Pen Name (4 out of 5 stars)
August 4, 2014

Kind of small and difficult to get the ice out sometimes, I recommend trying to push straight down on the smoke stacks, if you take them out at an angle they tend to snap.

Be very careful storing this, it ended up in the garage during the holidays (after a few years of clearance sales we have ice cubes for pretty much any event...) and it discolored and got a dent in it. The dent was our fault but the discoloration from blue to mottled greenish was disturbing. I washed it with vinegar and made a few sets of ice cubes and tossed them before using it again. I get a bit of an aftertaste with any silicone tray and it wasn't any more noticeable but I probably *should* just buy a new one.
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Fun for a minute
by Sharon Russell (3 out of 5 stars)
July 29, 2014

I thought these would be fun in my gin & tonics. Good quality product, but the silicone mold is a bit difficult to fill, and must be transported on AND rest upon a flat surface in the freezer. It is floppy, not rigid. I consider this a huge drawback. Never could duplicate the dramatic visual presentation of the ad. These melt VERY quickly so you'd better get a good look at them from the get-go. And your glass cannot be more than half full to get the desired impact. After several weeks of toying with these I grew bored and haven't used them since. I only remembered them again when I ran across them while rummaging through the pantry the other night. That prompted me to write a review. Oh, and my nephew, who was 13 years old at the time, saw the ice shape in my glass and exclaimed, "Oh, it's a sturgeon!" That pretty much says it all. Once it begins to melt it could be darn near ANYTHING! I did enjoy these ice forms for a while, but the pliable mold is just too much of a hassle to rest level in a full freezer. I might drag 'em out again sometime for guests, and an evening of cocktails on the terrace....perhaps.
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A unique and "cool" (cold) way to cool your drinks.
by Togrim (5 out of 5 stars)
December 1, 2013

This is a fun, inexpensive item that works as advertised. The ice "tray" is a rubberized material that can be pulled or twisted to release the Titanic and Ice Berg ice. Fill the molds with water and freeze and soon pop out the shaped ice. The ice is well formed and stays solid and in shape when removed from the mold without cracking or losing any of its definition. Although the display is clear as to the number of "cubes" produced, I would have wished for a greater number of Titanics in a somewhat larger tray. That is just my preference and the product deserves all 5 stars.

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