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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.
"You can fool too many people too much of the time."
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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.