dealspi symbol ice cube tray for $9.67

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Shouldn't they charge $3.14 for it?

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I got this for my birthday a few months ago but I've only used it a few times. It works well and the ice cubes are pretty easy to get out. My only complaint is that since the silicone is so flexible, you have to have a pretty flat surface in the freezer or water will go everywhere.

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The problem being, of course, anyone who understands pi knows a sphere is the most desirable shape for an ice 'cube'.

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@murixbob: The same ice cube tray is being sold over at thinkgeek.com for $3.14, although I'm sure the shipping will add to the total

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@cloud1900: "you have to have a pretty flat surface in the freezer"

As long as you can make a relatively horizontal surface out of the assorted lumpy objects that are usually resident in a freezer, you can put it on a small baking ("cookie") sheet balanced atop the aforementioned lumps. Or (the dimensions are unclear) it might fit inside a 9x9 baking pan, which would also contain spillage.

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Yes, I was wondering if these can fly off the grid?