Phantom Ice Maker Instructions

NOTE: All videos are for visual reference only, there is no audio.

1. PREP
Wash all parts with soap and warm water or in a dishwasher.

Align the two halves of your Shape Tray and assemble. Make sure to lock in place the Snap Posts into their respective holes if using the Sphere Tray.

 


2. FREEZE

Add water to the container up to the correct level for the Shape Tray you are using and insert the Tray. Use the upper fill line for the Standard Cube and Collins Trays, the lower fill line for the Sphere Tray, and in between for the Large Cube Tray.

Make sure to fill the overflow areas above each shape to account for evaporation. Place upright in freezer with temperature between -10 and +10 degrees fahrenheit.

TIP: If you are seeing bubbles or cloudiness in your ice, try to use hot tap water or increase the temperature of your freezer so that it is closer to +10 degrees fahrenheit.


3. HARVEST
After ~24 hours (depending on the Shape Tray you are using and your unique freezing conditions), remove the Phantom from your freezer and follow the directions for the specific Shape Tray below to remove the ice. If the bottom of your ice shapes is not fully formed, you may need to increase your freezing time. The ideal scenario is to have fully-formed shapes and mostly water in the lower reservoir.

NOTE: Use caution when carrying the Phantom Ice Maker when filled with water or ice, it can be very heavy.

 

SPHERE SHAPE TRAY (v1)

(For orders delivered after 5/15/19, you have the v2 tray
and there will be 11 Snap Posts to lock in place prior to freezing)

COLLINS SPEAR SHAPE TRAY

LARGE CUBE SHAPE TRAY (v2)

(For orders delivered before 5/15/19,

click here for v1 Instructions)

STANDARD CUBE SHAPE TRAY


4. SERVE OR STORE
Pair ice with your favorite drinks or return to the freezer in our Storage Tubes or a large ziplock bag and save for another time.

TIP: Let your ice "temper" outside of the freezer at room temperature for 2-3 minutes before pouring liquid over it to prevent cracking.

 

For printable instructions, click here