Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia University
Team Project

A new take on the traditional ice cube tray, which produces two shapes of ice, large semi-spheres for glasses, and slender ice for water bottles.

Once frozen, extracting the ice is as simple as removing the plunger and giving the outer silicone sleeve a quick tap on the counter. The ice then falls inside, with the sleeve acting as an ice bucket that also allows for easy storage.

Ice of two different sizes is produced though this process – one, a 1/2 sphere, is larger than classic cubes and is ideal for drinks. The other is sized to perfectly fit into a water bottle to allow for chilled drinks on the go.