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Floating Silicone Ice Cube

$6.50

(1 customer review)

Floating artificial rubber (silicone) ice cubes look and behave like the real thing. Great for video or film production where noise and continuity can be an issue with solid plastic fake ice.

Description

We manufacture what we believe to be the most realistic FLOATING artificial ice cubes on the market. These clear rubber ice cubes look and perform like real ice from your freezer. They float, they have that classic ice cube tray look, they even have a cloudy interior and trapped bubbles just like real ice.

Use in still photography, videos, TV, feature films, or anywhere else that realistic looking fake ice is needed to last for hours or days at a time.

  • They can be easily trimmed, cut, or broken into smaller pieces
  • They don’t make “clinking” noises in the glass like real ice cubes – actors are free to interact with the ice without causing audio problems.
  • Ideal for any production that calls for floating, realistic looking ice.
  • These cubes will remain unchanged for hours or even over the course of several days of shooting.
  • They’re less expensive than buying or renting handmade acrylic cubes.

Made in St Louis, Missouri, USA by hand from American-made materials, each cube is unique. Formed in a standard freezer ice cube tray, they look like like the real thing. Re-use the cubes by washing in warm, soaping water and allowing to air dry.

Price is for ONE (1) each rubber ice cube.
These cubes are not edible and should not be used in drinks for consumption.

Additional information

Weight 2 oz
Dimensions 2 × 1 × 1 in

1 review for Floating Silicone Ice Cube

  1. Ann Leitel

    LOVE THESE! We have a call for drink styling 1-3 times a month in my employers’ studio and we have found these cubes to be a phenomenal tool. No more lumps of acrylic on the bottom of a pitcher! And we now have the luxury of time on set, which makes everyone breathe a little easier. Yes, they are rather fragile and when they aren’t handled carefully, they will start to break apart, but hey, isn’t that what real ice does? They will take on a bit of a cast if left in a colored liquid too long, but we make sure we rinse them as quickly as possible. They’ve lasted us well over a year. My only wish is to have different shapes available in order to get different looks without having to cut/trim the cubes

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