Do your ice cubes trays consumes most of freezer's space?
It's even harder to twist and turn just to extract those ice cubes.
Now here is a much easier way for that!
Unique double chamber design holds up to 120 ice cubes
Outer chambers freeze the ice cubes while inner cylinder stores them
Save a ton of space in your freezer
Air tight lid keeps your cubes fresh
Quickly chills bottled beverages
How to Use (Step by Step) Fill With Water To get started with your Ice Genie, you'll need to fill the entire thing with water. While doing so, you can fill it up to the top, but avoid filling it so full that water might dribble over the sides.
Place in Freezer (with Lid) Next, put the spill-proof lid on your cube holder and place it in the freezer. It's best if you sit it somewhere flat so it won't fall over, although its lid will save it from spilling if it does. It's not absolutely necessary that you use the lid each time, but doing so will definitely help you avoid a mess.
Wait a Few Hours Once you've placed your Ice Genie in the freezer, leave it there for at least a few hours to allow the ice within to freeze. In some freezers, this might take a day.
Move Cubes to Outer Chamber After your ice cubes are frozen, you can take your entire cube holder out of the freezer and separate the inner chamber from the outer chamber. Following that, you'll have to dump the ice that's in the inner chamber into the outer chamber, and gently squish the flexible silicone of the outer chamber to break your ice up into small pieces. Once it's broken up into pieces you find small enough, it'll be ready to use