Polar Ice Tray

Jul 16, 2015

Category: Vices

You might be surprised at just how important a role ice plays in making the perfect drink. Use the wrong type of ice, and your drink can become a watery mess too soon. In the near future, you’ll be able to make the perfect ice cubes at home using the Polar Ice Tray.

The Polar Ice Tray makes crystal clear ice without the need to follow lengthy instructions. The unique design separates water molecules from impurities, allowing the crystal clear ice to bring out the best taste of your drinks. It’s simple to use; you just fill it, put it in a freezer, and let it sit for a few hours. Because of the Polar Ice Tray’s ability to produce spherical ice, the ice melts slower because of a reduced surface area than typical ice cubes. This means your drink can stay colder for longer without being diluted. The Polar Ice Tray is available now on Kickstarter for an early bird backer price of $25 for one tray. [Purchase]

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