Rate this product
Mighty Freeze is a device in which you can freeze ice and keep it fresh and odorless for use in your favorite drinks. Each one holds eight ice cubes, and unlike ordinary ice cube trays, you'll be able to store these ice holders almost anywhere in your freezer. You'll be able to position them horizontally, vertically or even upside down. Every Mighty Freeze has a watertight seal and an odor-locking design so nothing that's inside will ever spill or start to smell.
The cost of Mighty Freeze is $14.99 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Mighty Freeze at the discounted price of only $6.99 for a total price of $28.97.
Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: buymightyfreeze.com
To get started with your first Mighty Freeze, turn it so that its rubbery blue bottom is facing downward, and fill it up with water.
Next, slide the blue insert that comes with each device into your Mighty Freeze. Its zig-zag shape is what will separate the water within into eight individual cubes. Keep in mind that when you put the insert into your device, some water inside it may slosh up over the edges, but that won't interfere with its ice-making capabilities.
After your Mighty Freeze contains its blue insert, it'll be ready to go in the freezer. Since it has a watertight seal, it won't spill, no matter what position you put it in. As a result, if your freezer is crowded, you'll be able to wedge it in beside or behind virtually anything else that's in there.
Once about 12 hours have passed, you'll be able to use the ice that should by that time be frozen within your new tool. To start taking the ice out, tap the blue bottom of your tool gently on a hard, flat surface and then pull out the blue insert slightly.
You'll be able to add the ice from your Mighty Freeze to any cup, glass or alternative wide-mouthed container you have on hand. To get your first ice cube, pull the blue insert out a little further than you did in the previous step. As you pull it out further and further, more and more cubes will fall into your glass or container until there are none left. If you don't need all eight cubes, stop pulling and push the insert back inside the device so it can be frozen again.
These ice cube making devices come in sets of three, and with each set, you'll also get plastic popsicle holders so you can use them to make popsicles, too. To do so, just leave the blue zig-zag insert out and add a popsicle holder to the wider end of each one before freezing them. Of course, popsicles made of water taste boring, so you can fill them with fruit juice or whatever you think is tasty instead of filling them with water.
Ice that sits frozen in a freezer or cooler for a long time can start to smell, but fortunately, each Mighty Freeze device is made with an odor-locking design that'll keep foul odors from developing. Therefore, when you pull an ice cube out of one of these, it'll always smell fresh instead of smelling more like something you don't want to put in your drink.
As each one is about the same size as a popsicle, all of these tools are portable and can be added to any cooler if you want to serve icy treats while on the go. You'll also be able to bring along regular ice cubes to plop into drinks obtained later so no one will have to have hot soda, juice or alcohol on a summer day.
When you pull the blue zig-zag insert out of each Mighty Freeze device, each insert will act as a spring, releasing each ice cube at a time with each pull of your fingers. Due to this spring-loaded action, you'll never have to twist one of these devices aggressively or bang it roughly on a flat surface as you might with a traditional ice cube tray. Plus, if you only need one or two cubes, you won't accidentally end up releasing a bunch that you don't need, as the zig-zag spring will keep the rest inside your container.
Mighty Freeze ice cube makers are safe for kids to use and are simple enough for even young children to understand. Kids will have fun pulling the spring-loaded inserts out, and won't have to use a great deal of coordination that they may not have to twist out a cube. What's more, if a child happens to retrieve one of these devices before the water inside is frozen, the watertight seal will stop it from dribbling out and becoming a mess to mop up.
Some ice makers that are built into freezers dispense a large pile of ice, and you'll need to separate the cubes with your hands or a utensil on your own. However, your Mighty Freeze devices will always keep each ice cube separated from the one beside it, so you won't have to do that amount of work. You also won't need to worry that someone else has touched an ice cube you're going to use with their fingers or a utensil that wasn't completely clean.
Each Mighty Freeze holds only eight cubes, while traditional ice cube trays normally hold 16 or more. Even if you use all three of the tools in your set to freeze ice cubes, you'll only get 24 cubes in total. If you have a large family or need to provide ice for a large group of people outside your family, you may feel like that's not enough. Along the same lines, one set of these tools will only make three popsicles. If you have more than three kids under your care at once, that may be a problem.
When you're adding a cube from one of these devices to a glass, hold the part of the blue insert that contains that cube directly over the glass. Otherwise, the cube may fall to the left or right of the glass, instead of directly into it, and you may not be able to avoid picking it up and putting it in the glass.
If you've got a sore body part and you don't have an ice pack on hand, you'll be able to use one of these tools as a stand-in, as long as it's frozen. Just place the device against your shoulder, knee or whatever part of you is sore, as you would an ordinary ice pack, and let the cooling begin.
Average Customer Rating:0
Click to View
Submit your review now. Good or Bad!
TV Stuff Reviews is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.