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August 24, 2011

Star Wars - 'Han Solo in Carbonite' Ice Cube Tray

via www.thinkgeek.com

A MUST-have for the geeky hostess.



Don't get too excited people, I recently picked one of these up from ThinkGeek.com and to say its a piece of shit would be an understatement. It doesn't work with ice or jello very well and I guess if you want to go through all the trouble of making your own chocolate, you may be successful. They should have made this mold out of plastic and not rubber. Rubber ruins the impression when its time to see your creation.


Thanks for the heads up Scott. Sorry to hear that the mold is a disappointment. I was THIS close to ordering one.



My son is a great fan of Star Wars and soon he has a birthday party so I'll surprise the guests with these lovely ice cubes.

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