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jaburg wrote:Pass - you can get equally effective and MUCH larger "slushy mugs" at pretty much any wally-world-type store for less money.
woot's a hoot.
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cappo wrote:2-3 hours to freeze the cup, 1-2 minutes to slush the drink in the alread-frozen cup. (Yeah the write up confused the two.)
But remember... the bigger the capacity of the mug the less well it's going to work.
Phoo to that! I had a big ol' Slushy Mug, blue with a handle, the inside was about 16oz. This was back in the 1970's. I made EVERYTHING slushy, juice, ice cream & diet root beer ( I added the ice cream to the gushy top,) and had a grand time. This type is expensive but I did see it on the Vermont Country Store website. However, for this price, I will be willing to give these a try- remember that 8oz. is the recommended amount of juice or soda you should drink in one sitting, so frankly this is large.
From Edna St. Vincent Millay:
SAFE upon the solid rock the ugly houses stand:
Come and see my shining palace built upon the sand!
Keep on Dreaming!
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Pegboy wrote:And they claim "Adult drinks!"
I don't own these cups, but I do own an ice cream maker that works on the exact same principal. I am quite confident that these cups will be a huge disapointment in the "adult beverage" category. The alcohol significantly lowers the freezing point of the beverage in the glass. It will talk a considerably longer amount of time to slushy a margarita in these cups than it would take the advertised 1-2 minutes. And at 10 ounces, it would hardly be worth it.
When what to my wondering eyes should appear, but a bucket of wings and a six pack of beer!
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bborozan wrote:stoopid ? time:
how do i order 2 sets, one of each color?
Just select quantity two, it should give you a drop down menu to pick colors.
I'm just hanging out, really.