INBLANDATIce cube tray, blue

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An ice cube tray in soft rubber instead of hard plastic makes it easier to push out the ice cubes. And with the included underlying tray, you can refill and put the tray in the freezer without spilling.

Article Number804.295.83

Product details

You can freeze 32 ice cubes – and when you want to get them out, just press from the bottom.

Easy to fill, move, and store since it includes a tray that keeps the rubber tray firmly in place.

Only intended to be filled with water.

Available in different colors.

Article Number804.295.83
  • Tray:

    Synthetic rubber





  • BPA (Bisphenol A) free


Length: 11 "

Width: 6 "

Height: 1 "

    Ice cube trayArticle Number804.295.83

    Width: 6 ½ "

    Height: 1 ¼ "

    Length: 11 ¼ "

    Weight: 11 oz

    Package(s): 1


Nice midsize cubes- solid frameDaveNice midsize cubes- solid frame allows for stacking while flexible insert allows easy dispersal5
very good productLarissavery good product4
I have been looking everySoniaI have been looking every where for ice trays could not find them till I saw IKEA had them5
It’s an upgrade…DEBORAH H.I bought it because I thought the plastic tray would fit on top of the ice cube tray after the ice had formed in order to keep out weird freezer flavors and reduce evaporation. Well, it doesn’t do either of those things. I do like that it provides stability. I have bought silicone ice molds before. It’s a crazy balancing act to get to the freezer without spilling half the water. That said, I put the plastic tray on top and flip the silicone mold so it’s on top and the plastic tray is on the bottom. Then I empty the ice into the plastic tray. It’s not a perfect system. I usually lose at least one ice cube to the sink or the floor and sometimes ice stays in the mold but it’s an upgrade from my previous experiences. That counts for something I guess.3
Very hard to remove theBeckyVery hard to remove the ice cubes.1