Please rating for this item if you love : 0 star
Pretty Kid Girl Rainbow Striped Slip Dress
Pretty Kid Girl Rainbow Striped Slip Dress Review
MT: Mr. Scholl's and all other negative reviews of the OXO covered ice tray are right on the mark. I bought two of these and although I agree the concept is great, they are sooooo poorly executed and a pain to use. Not only are the lids difficult, the trays are hard to fill without spilling water (whether from your kitchen sink or from a pitcher). The curved shape indeed makes novel shaped ice but because of spillage you end up with many of the ice cups partially filled. You end up with ice that melts quickly. It would have been much better to make square cups and a flat bottom on the tray. Getting the lid off is another major production. It does not slide easily to fill or to remove ice. Good idea, yes but totally awful execution. OXO gets an "F" on this one. I'm giving mine away. I bought a couple silicone cube shape trays at the same time and I am going to stick to them until someone comes up with a really great user friendly tray that makes generous sized ice.
M. Wolf: Easy to fillEasy to release iceand tucks neatly underor on top of whatever is in the freezer.
Patch: This works beautifully... the ice is easy to get out, and it is easy to use. The only problem is the price... 8 bucks is too much for an ice tray. For that reason alone I give it 3 stars instead of 5.
Paula S. "Paula S.": I bought these trays to use when I have too much spinach or kale. You can grind it up with a little water in a ninja and then put in trays and freeze. You can then throw the frozen kale into your Ninja when making a breakfast drink. They are very well made and the lid slides back and forth so you can just take out a few without dumping the whole tray. Love the way they are made. Would recommend.
Paul Wang: The ice "cubes" are also easy to extract due to their circularly shaped bottoms. The lidkeeps odors out, avoids ice evaporation, and allows you to stack other items on top of the tray.