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Material too Light
from Gallipolis, Ohio
About Me Avid Cook
Comments about Aluminum Ice Cube Tray:
Was used for freezing ice cubes but handle bent on trying to eject the cubes..Is nor worth the money.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Not a good product
By henrietta the critic
from patchogue, New York
About Me Casual Cook
Both ice trays broke after first use. I need you to send me two new ice trays of better quality. They are very cheap.
from Clifton, N J
Does what it promises to do. Works great. You won't be disappointed.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
They work great!
from AV, CA
EVEN LOOKED IN ANTIQUE /THRIFT SHOPS FOR THESE ICE CUBE TRAYS AND WAS VERY HAPPY TO FIND THEM AT MILES KIMBALL!
(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Not what I grew up with.
from Durango, CO
It is definitely like we used to have in our freezer in the 60s and 70s. But this metal is flimsy compared to the original ones. The handle feels like it will break, so you have to let the tray 'warm up' for a minute then hold one hand at the front edge and pull the handle with the other gently until the ice frees the handle then it pops open.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
cool cube container
from Melrose Park,Illinois
These ice cube trays will not crack or break. serves the purpose. they are not as thick as expected but just want I can use to make ice. After the first use there is a dent in the tray. Otherwise hold water for making ice.
More Info Needed
from Ft. Worth TX
Trays do not stack well without the rack-- customers should be told this. Now we must go to trouble/expense of ordering one. Also, ice does not come out readily-- trays must sit 5-10 minutes to be emptied.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
from Asheboro, NC
Filled with water and froze for ice cubes. Emptied and refilled. Handle broke off on day 3. Still use, I just knock the cubes out with a knife after running water over bottom and top.
brings back childhood memories
from Friendswood Texas
These are the kind of ice trays my Mother used. This aluminum ice tray is much sturdier than the cheap plastic ones that crack and then drip water everywhere. It is a little difficult to loosen the pull back handle to release the ice but not really a con...just run a little tap water quickly across the bottom and that helps! Thank you.
Aluminum Ice Cube Tray
By Roxy Love
from Jurupa Valley, Ca
Getting away from plastic. A little pricey, but so far worth it.