Ice Wizard is an ice cube dispenser that's been designed to freeze ice cubes and dispense them precisely, one by one, without spilling them. It's specified that by simply twisting the device's base, you can dispense ice cubes directly into a glass or pitcher, instead of having to twist, wiggle and jiggle a traditional ice cube tray. Plus, this device is dishwasher safe and can be filled with juice instead of water, if you want to create flavored ice cubes.
The cost of Ice Wizard is $19.99 plus $4.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Ice Wizard at the discounted price of only $9.99 for a total price of $34.97.
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To fill your Ice Wizard with water, twist the lid on the base a bit to the side so you can see the device's mouthlike opening. Hold the device under your tap and fill it with ordinary tap water, or use a water bottle to fill it up. If you'd like, you can also pour juice from a bottle into the device's reservoir, which will enable you to make some colored, flavored ice cubes. No matter what liquid you use, make sure you twist your device's lid closed again to prevent the liquid from spilling.
After your Ice Wizard has been filled with liquid and the lid is closed, store it in the freezer so the liquid inside can freeze. This can take anywhere from a few hours to a day, depending on your freezer and the liquid you've used. To be on the safe side, it's a good idea to leave the device in your freezer for about a day, so you don't end up accidentally dispensing cubes that aren't quite frozen.
When you do remove your device from your freezer, tip it so that its twistable lid is closest to you and the other end is angled toward a cup or pitcher. Start gently twisting the lid in circles, and watch ice cubes fall out the opposite end into the glass or pitcher, one at a time. If any liquid dribbles out, that means your cubes aren't quite frozen enough and your device will need to briefly go back into the freezer.
If you haven't used all of the ice cubes in your Ice Wizard, you can store it in your freezer again. However, if you've used them all, you'll need to clean the device or store it somewhere in your kitchen until you need it again. The device is dishwasher safe, but you can also rinse its empty reservoir out with water. If you've only put water into the reservoir, as opposed to juice, cleaning it after each use isn't absolutely necessary.
The Ice Wizard does its work by virtue of spiral release technology. More specifically, its unique shape and design enable it to dispense ice cubes in the ideal shape for drinking glasses one by one. As you twist your device's lid in order to dispense cubes, you won't have to worry about them coming out in an unattractive shape, or coming out in bunches and clogging the dispensing hole. Furthermore, if you hold the dispensing hole directly over a glass or pitcher, the cubes will drop into that dish in an orderly fashion, instead of flooding out all over your kitchen counter.
Each of these devices is actually smaller than a standard ice cube tray with a traditional design, so each one will take up less space in your freezer than a traditional tray would. Even if you choose to obtain multiple Ice Wizards and store them all in your freezer at the same time, you'll still be saving space that the same number of traditional trays would take up.
The handle on each device's twistable lid has been designed to be comfortable to grip, so it's unlikely that your hand will get tired or sore while you dispense the number of cubes you need. On the other hand, shaking, wiggling or twisting a traditional ice cube tray typically isn't comfortable, especially for people with mobility issues that involve the hands.
Traditional ice cube trays can start to melt and drip if your freezer malfunctions, but the Ice Wizard has a leak-proof design. As a result, even if the ice does melt inside one of these, the melted ice will stay inside and you won't find your freezer full of water. Moreover, if you accidentally leave your Ice Wizard out on your counter for too long without refreezing it, your counter won't end up covered in water, either.
If you're having a party and are serving your guests drinks with ice, you'll be able to quickly use this device to dispense cubes into each individual guest's glass. You'll no longer have to hide in the kitchen while you attempt to wrestle ice cubes out of a plastic tray and potentially commit the unsanitary act of touching cubes with your fingers. You also won't have to spill the beans that there will be no ice cubes available, due to the fact that you've accidentally dumped your tray of cubes on the floor.
In the event that anyone in your household is bored with traditional ice cubes made from water, you can use your Ice Wizard to make them from your favorite juices. This may be especially fun for kids. If there are children under your care, allow them to select their favorite flavor of juice and watch them look on happily as brightly colored, flavored ice cubes drop into their glasses. A juice-flavored cube or two can even enhance the taste of a plain glass of water, without causing the person who will drink it to take in tons of sugar.
Portable ice makers and ice makers that are built into freezers typically require extra electricity, but to use an Ice Wizard, you'll need no electricity beyond what's usually required for your freezer's operations. Therefore, you likely won't see your electricity bill rise after you start making use of this type of device.
This device has about the same capacity as one or two traditional ice cube trays, but if you're comparing its capacity to that of an electricity-powered ice maker, it may come up short. Consequently, if you've got a large number of people who will use your ice cubes on a regular basis, you might choose to obtain a larger ice maker instead. Otherwise, in order to create a supply of as many ice cubes as an electric ice maker can hold, you might need to use several Ice Wizards.
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