Suspended Ice Bucket

May 6, 2015

Category: Living

The ice bucket always starts off with such promise at a party; cubes glistening with anticipation of their individual magical journeys they’re about to take. But a few hours later things always turn sour as they inevitably get stuck together in a watery, unmanageable block of frozen fail. This clever Ice Bucket by Rudolfo Dordoni presents a smart and visually appealing solution to the problem.

With an inverted interior that makes it seem as if the cubes are being suspended in ice bucket air, this borosilicate glass holder significantly slows down the melting process by isolating the ice from the water. This design also makes it easier to snatch and grab your cubes, turning what can sometimes be a 30-second process into a 3-second one—as it should be. [Purchase]

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