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Ice Cube Ejector

An ice cube tray with an eject button below each cube.
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I would love an ice cube tray that makes it easy to pick out one cube at a time. I don't have an ice bucket, and I rarely use ice. So my cubes are usually half sublimated before I need them. Which makes it hard to pull them out.

I envision a tray wherein the bottom of each resorvior is shaped like the pop-up button on a pickle jar. You just push the button and the cube jumps out!

anomie, Jan 18 2001

How about one of these old ones http://www.rubylane...grammypapa/item/121
[five4us, Jan 02 2009]

Amazon: Good Living Silicone Mini Ice Cube Tray, assorted colors https://www.amazon....olors/dp/B00CR2NEPW
Baked as mentioned in my anno [notexactly, May 01 2019]

Amazon: OMorc Ice Cube Trays 4 Pack, Easy-Release Silicone and Flexible 14-Ice Trays with Spill-Resistant Removable Lid, LFGB Certified & BPA Free, Stackable https://www.amazon....kable/dp/B074QQDT4R
Baked as mentioned in my anno [notexactly, May 01 2019]

Harvey Norman: Joseph Joseph QuickSnap Plus Ice Cube Tray https://www.harveyn...quicksnap-plus.html
Baked as mentioned in my anno [notexactly, May 01 2019]


       I think a lot of cheap plastic trays work like that - the plastic is thin enough and flexible enough that you can just push out one cube at a time - some have little dome-like buttons on the bottom outside, maybe to help with the geometry of pushing with a finger...
lee, Jan 18 2001

       I was thinking a sufficiently powerful spring-ejector. Ice cube fight!
nick_n_uit, Jan 19 2001

       Just get a fridge with an ice-maker. Then you can deal with the fun of screwing around with it when it malfunctions.
rachele, Jan 20 2001

       These are now widely baked, using silicone bottoms on the compartments. See [links]
notexactly, May 01 2019


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