Stainless Steel Ice Cubes

Not the first time I’ve seen something similar but this Kickstarter project for the stainless steel Pucs are by far the most well crafted. The general idea is ice cubes are terrible at keeping liquids cold. They immediately melt and dilute the flavor and they can even alter the taste if your water source isn’t pure from the start. Don’t even get me started on the chemicals used to treat city water supplies. Pucs stay colder longer and imbue no taste or smell to your drink.

Pucs come in sets of 6 in either a solid Black Walnut or Maple case. The wood case is simply beautiful all by itself, and helps keep them organized and cool if they are out and about. The cases are sourced from FSC woods throughout to assure responsible forestry practices and environmental thoughtfulness

Designers: Dave & Calvin Laituri, Kickstarter

10 Comments

  • Lexyamalley says:

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  • Paul says:

    Looks like a bit of a choke hazard to me. Heaven only knows what happens if you get one at -18degreesC in your mouth. I guess it’ll stick to your tongue until either it warms up or your tongue drops off.

    Think I’ll be sticking with those ice cubes made out of that filthy treated water.

    Solves a problem that doesn’t really exist

  • Larry says:

    They look good but i prefer the look of traditional cubes. I bought some from Smarticecube.com and very satisfied. Not meant to get a softdrink ice cold but mostly to keep a pure alcoholic beverage like scotch a little cool without diluting the ice in your premium single malt, cuz thats a waste of good whiskey

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