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This lean, clean, flash-freezing machine makes pops in up to 9 minutes without electricity for instant gratification on sweltering summer days. Get the creative juices flowing by pairing unexpected fruits, layering creamy parfaits or pouring your favorite brew for instant beer-sicles.

Perfect for after-school snacks, last-minute barbecues and game night treats. Leave the device in the freezer until you're ready to get popping (makes up to 9 pops in one freezer cycle.) But the best part? Easy prep and clean-up. Made in China. BPA-free plastic and nonstick cast aluminum molds. Handwash only.

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20455
Made from
aluminum, plastic
Measurements
8.25" L x 4.5" W x 4.75" H; 4.25 lbs.

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QUICK POP MAKER
 
5.0

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5.0

Love it.

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from MA

About Me Frequent Diner, Health Conscious

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  • Addictive
  • Delicious
  • Fun

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    Best Uses

    • Entertaining
    • Snacking

    Comments about QUICK POP MAKER:

    Our whole family loves it. It is so easy to use, you can watch the pops freeze, which happens very quickly. You don't need to wash the pop maker itself until you have used it several times.

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    5.0

    The Ultimate Juicecycle!

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    from Florida

    About Me Health Conscious

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        Comments about QUICK POP MAKER:

        Great way to get a little one to get some juices down that they might not normally ingest! Lots of fun for the entire family!

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        5.0

        Love it!!!

        By 

        from south jersey

        About Me Foodie, Health Conscious

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        Pros

        • Addictive
        • Balanced Sweetness
        • Delicious
        • Rich
        • Smooth

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          Comments about QUICK POP MAKER:

          The kids and I love making frozen treats! They come out so quickly, which is the best part of the product. The only thing not so great is you have to defrost the entire thing to clean it.

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          When our community voted on this product, some also shared comments - read them below:

          1332votes, 257 comments

          Robyn
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          I LOVE this idea but the price is WAY TOO HIGH!

          Seneca
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          We had things like this when I was a kid but not at that price.

          J
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          The price is high because it makes the pops in SEVEN minutes. If you want to wait hours, sure - buy the cheapie molds! I have this product and it is great!

          Nicole
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Too pricey for 3 pops. Make it 6 and we have a deal.

          Tiffany
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Price too high

          KAREN
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          great idea

          Suzanne
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          LOVE IT but the price is outrageous! You can buy Popsicle molds at Target for under $10.

          Marcia
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          wish i had this when my kids were young

          Rachel
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I say thumbs up, because it looks great and sounds fast and easy, and great for summer parties. But at a lower price, I'd be inclined to buy a couple for myself and as gifts. At $50 each, one would be my limit. (If that)

          Gabrielle
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Neat idea but way too expensive

          Mallory
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          If what J said is true and that it makes the pops in under 10 min. for sure, then I understand the price. It would be nice if it had a larger version to make 6 at a time.

          Kathryn
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Great idea, but how does it work? with no electric parts, $50 is high

          Jen
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Its called planning ahead, people.

          stacie
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          interesting take on the popsicle making scene. how much room do i need in my freezer?

          maureen
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Priced to high for just 3 pops need more pops for the price, but great idea..

          Shelley
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          I like the idea, but I have never been so desperate for an ice pop that I have to make my own in under 10 minutes. And I live in one of the hottest parts of AZ. If I want homemade ice pops, I make them in the morning and stick them in the freezer so that they are ready when it's 110 degrees in the afternoon. Just not worth it.

          Shelley
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Good idea, but I have never been so desperate for an ice pop that I have to make my own in under 10 minutes. And I live in one of the hottest parts of AZ. If I want a homemade ice pop, I make them in morning and stick them in the freezer so that they are ready when it's 110 degrees in the afternoon. Just not worth it.

          Tara
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I get why it costs this much - that's pretty awesome that it makes pops in 7 minutes. however it only makes 3. I can't imagine a scenario why I would only want to make 3 pops. I mean I can I can make 3, then wait another 10 minutes and make 3 more, but this seems like an odd way to serve dessert. If it were lower priced I wouldn't be bothered to buy more or if it made more pops I wouldn't mind spending $50. Something here has to give.

          Diana

          so so

          kathryn
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          really expensive for 3. you'd really have to like icepops!

          MELISSA
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          great idea

          Melissa
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I have heard amazing things about this. Would absolutely love to try it. The possibilites are endless and doesnt take long to prepare and eat!

          jodi
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          cute idea....waaaay too expensive

          Mariah
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Price is a little high. but it does make them fast and have unique designs!

          Mary
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          At first it seems pricey. But I think you need to really highlight the 7-9 minute flash freeze advantage

          Luann
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Good idea but too few pops...too high a price.

          Megan
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Lower the price, it maight make it into my shopping cart...

          Elizabeth
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          way way WAY too expenive. I have had the same thing since i was a child and i know my parents wouldnt drop anything near that price for this. It is a fun little tool though :]

          Lauren E.
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          I've been making ice pops like this for years and for a heck of alot cheaper than $50. However, the flash-freezing concept is convenient I suppose. Not sure why you need a popsicle THAT fast!

          Elizabeth
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          after realizing that this make the pops in 7 minutes,i think it is a good item. but i definitely do not have an extra 50 dollars laying around when i could buy a cheap mold and wait a couple hours..

          Kirsten
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          While i haven't seen one exactly like this - i would rather wait than pay $50 to freeze water - I can eat an ice cube for free

          krystal
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          will buy one if the price is reduced to under $30

          dianne
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Oh, brother...

          Mitzi
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Great idea, price is alittle high though

          Tina Marie
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          First of all, it only makes 3 at a time. What would you do if there were more screaming kids wanting an Ice Pop ? Secondly, sure they may be ready in 7-9 minutes but is that helping us teach a nation of "I want it now" children to be patient ?

          NM
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I actually own this already and LOVE it!

          Darcy
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Reminds me of being a kid, but the price made me choke!

          Amanda
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          very cool.. but too expensive for 3 pops at a time!

          Meg
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Way too pricey, simillar can be found at a target or walmart. Would be better if it could do more pops at a time if you had kids, 3 isnt enough

          Alicia
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Love the idea but it is definitely too pricey.

          Dana
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          A little pricey, but then, you do have to pay for convenience. Making pops in under 10 minutes is pretty cool (no pun intended). lol

          Jax
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          $50? Yikes!

          Amy
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I love this however I have seen it in at least 2 major nationwide stores.

          Colleen
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          This is awesome, but way too expensive!!!

          Cathy
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          derivative

          Ashley
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Awesome! For all the times you forget to premake icepops.

          Jeanne
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          We need to stay away from aluminum. Is the plastic BPA-free?

          Emily
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          LOVE the designs on the sticks. I do wish it made 6.

          Kathleen
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          $50???? Way too much. How many pops does it make? Three at a time? No way.

          Brandi
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          I'm sure the price is high because of the quick speed, but how many of us are that desperate for a popsicle that we need a whole other (expensive) device in our kitchen for just such an occasion?

          lorraine
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          way too expensive.

          Sharon
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          should be larger/make more popsicles for that price

          thomas
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Too much.

          Shelly
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Way too pricey!

          jennifer
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          I love that it makes the pops in 7 to 9 minutes but the price is too high for my budget. I will just go and buy pops from the store.

          anna
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          This is super cute but its all plastic. Not sure about the value for $50 vs style.

          Julie
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          See these all over and the price is too high.

          Kendra
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          I remember making ice pops like this when I was a kid, but too pricey.

          Barbara
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Cool idea, but way to expensive and Tupperware has had this idea forever.

          Vonette
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          cute, but and ice tray works just as good....not really wanting to pay that price

          Robin
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          expensive, but I would use it.

          Melodi
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Fun but expensive!

          erin
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Really like it but would only buy if it was less expensive.

          Jon
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Way overpriced! Doesn't Fischer Price make something like this?

          Judi
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Love this.... But I'd pay tops $30-$35

          Mindi
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Love it, but too pricey

          Jennifer
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Yes! Love it! So worth the price-we spend that on several plastic molds every summer that take HOURS to freeze! With 4 kids their friends we need something like this! Yay!

          cari
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          High price to pay for near-immediate gratification.

          Bonita
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Good in theory but overpriced and only makes 3 pops at a time.

          Fran
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          This world has lost all patience. Go to the dollar store, buy a basic plastic on for A DOLLAR and wait a few hours for them to freeze

          MB

          This is already selling at William sonoma. Not really that special. But that is the price.

          Keisha
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I love this! I just saw this in the Brookstone magazine and I think it's a awesome idea and I would buy it.

          judy
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          What's not to like??What would I make? The thought boggles my mind.

          Celeste
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Totally don't understand how it works - but a very cool idea (no pun intended)!

          Gail
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I like it, but think the price is too high.

          Vanessa
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Great idea the price is TOO HIGH!

          Elizabeth
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Fun gift for the family that has everything. They're always tough to shop for.

          Jody
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Tupperware does it better for less.

          Sheri
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Quick is huge.

          Gina
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Way too pricey.

          Janet
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          William Sonoma carries this item and I havent bought it from them either. Too expensive

          Lynne
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I have seen it on other sites, though

          John
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Can you make multiple batches or is it 3 pops and done? $50 is pretty steep.

          Andrea
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          A little confused on how it works without electricity? Good price. If you don't need ice pops that quickly you can buy the plastic molds for like $5 and they hold 6 pops and freeze in a couple of hours.

          Melissa
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I want it!

          Christine
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Neat idea, but price needs to be lower. Is it made in the USA?

          Torrie
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Love that you could make 6 different flavours in 15 minutes

          Bethany
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          I'll use the old-fashioned plastic version, and wait until they freeze. I just don't need "ice pop instant gratification" to the tune of $50!

          Justine
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          price is WAY too high, even if it makes pops in 7-9 minutes. i'd rather wait for the old-school ones to freeze.

          Emma

          Very cool; priced a bit high.

          ntm
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          price is too high and who makes only 3 popsicles at a time? you would either need a second of these or would have to make freeze eat clean and remake 3 more

          Amy
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Too difficult to do well and too expensive.

          Elisa
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          i've seen this elsewhere for cheaper - but it is a great product, so i was torn about my vote.

          Britt

          Nice, but too expensive

          Cynthia
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          good Lord, use an ice tray and tooth picks or call tupperware!!!!!

          Daniel
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          I know this is a craze, but how many pops do you have to make for a $50 pop maker to be worth it? Also, what's up with making 3 pops?

          Irene

          You've got to be kidding! $50 for 3 popcicles! I can go to my local gas station or 7-11 and get them for a small fraction of the price! Thumbs down on this one.

          Karin
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          My kids would love this!

          Jamie
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Like it but I feel like I've seen things like this before for a lot less $$

          Amanda
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Really clever idea!

          a
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          i love it but would never pay $50 to make popsicles.

          Cindy
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Love to have it for the future grandkids, but a little high - how about closer to $30?

          Louise
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Too expensive for something with such limited use.

          Kelli
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Sorry, Big Lots had several similar items last summer for MUCH MUCH CHEAPER and could make 6 or 12 at a time depending on the kit you bought. Not worth it

          Eileen
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          That's a lot of money for instant gratification. a whole lot of money.

          Laura
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          The price is too HIGH

          Laurie
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Wat too pricey. And 3???

          Melissa
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Would be fun for my kids, but for $50 ...

          Regina
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          seriously? $50 for an ice pop maker?

          Rachelle
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I love this! I would totally buy this and use it for my impatient children!

          Jenny
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Great, idea. It would be nice if it made 6. Price isn't bad either for instant popsicles.

          Kim
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          The idea is great, but the price is too high for only being able to make three pops at a time. I'd rather buy a standard wait-a-few-hours mold for much cheaper that makes more.

          Jeannie
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          thought this was expensive, but THEN I saw that it makes them in 7 minutes...kids (and my husband) would love this!

          Kay
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Too expensive and too easy to make on your own with the same "sticks" from the dollar store.

          Danielle
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          i would love to have an added recipe book i love popsicles so this is just the thing i need i would spend so much less on good ingredients so the thing would end up paying for its self in the long run yay i cant wait for this one

          Stephanie
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          love it but not for 50 bux

          christina
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Yummy!

          Becca
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Too expensive. People don't need to be so instant gratified, use the old-fashioned molds and wait for it.

          Amy
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          a little pricey

          Jennifer
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Dr. Oz had this and I think Oprah too. It's everywhere.

          Francie
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Way too expensive and get same thing at William-Sonoma with more options for less money.

          angela
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          love the idea but too pricey

          Maria
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Very expensive!

          Amy
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I like the idea, but agree I'd like to make more than 3, even four would be better in our family someone would be left out....does it come with a recipe book for creative flavor combinations, I'd like that!

          Kimberly
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Williams Sonoma has this for less.

          Jessica
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Way to expensive!

          Lynn
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Williams-Sonoma product. And for $50!

          Eileen
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          I love the idea of this! I'd like to see it in other colors, and the handles in 3 dif. colors so kids would know which was theirs! Also, in order to get this just for treats the price point needs to be much more reasonable.

          Sherry
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          too expensive, but a cute idea

          Lisa
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          We had these as a kid. $50 is insane!

          Wendy
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Holy cow, this is expensive! I have a conventional juice pop mold that works great, stores easily, and fits nicely in the freezer, when needed.

          Margie
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I think it is pricey but like the speed to make

          Erin
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          We would us this every day. Totally worth the price in the long run.

          Heather
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          This seems a little pricey, considering it isn't electric, but I love the concept and would love to get my hands on one. I'm imagining quite a few yummy {pretty!} popsickles to make with it, and not needing to be plugged in or in the freezer makes it great for OUTDOOR fun with kiddies.

          Linda
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Too pricey. But cool

          jen
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          too expensive

          joy
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          expensive

          Tony
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          These prices are getting ridiculous, almost like SkyMall.

          Denise [Missy]

          You can't beat a pop in 7to9 mins.

          Sharon
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          If it really works, any Mom. Would love this.

          Angela
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I would never spend $50 on it but it's clever and my son would love it

          Veronica
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          The price is too high, but I like it.

          Heather
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Would def need to see alot of good reviews re. the functionality before buying this.

          Margie
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          pretty expensive; but good idea

          kerry
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          really spendy but really cool too

          Jennifer
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Incredible product! It really should make an even four pops, though. I'd have to have a little more info on how it works to believe it or at least multiple reviews saying it works. Hard to believe 7-9 minutes! I have the cheap kind and we never make them...who has patience to wait hours?

          Carolyn
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Great idea but too pricey.

          kathy
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          unbelievable price! anyone can go the local dollar stores

          sam
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Love it if it wouldn't take me 5 years of making Popsicles part-time to recoup the initial investment

          Jennifer
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I love this! Only takes 7-9 mins and doesn't take up room in the freezer... awesome!

          Xena
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Should make more than 3.

          Roberta [Bobby]
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          too pricy and have seen it elsewhere

          Meagan
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          wow? 50 dollars? I can do the same thing with a plastic cup and a stick. Not worth the money in any way whatsoever.

          Michael
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          clever. cute. expensive.

          Heidi
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Cute, buy way too expensive. The flash-freezing aspect would probably be appreciated by my kids, but again: way too expensive.

          krista
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Where is this made? If it's made in China, by people who aren't getting fair wages, forget it.

          Cindy
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I'd buy this for sure if the price wasn't so outrageous.

          Kathy
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          too small and expensive.

          Mariesa
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          I understand it makes pops quickly, but the price is still way too high!

          amanda
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          My kids would luv this...wish it made more than 3

          Stacy
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Would never pay $50! You've got to be kiding me. Possibly $25 though, but that's even pushing it.

          Amy
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          The price is a bit high, but for those of us with food allergies, this would allow us to easily make our own treats.

          Katie
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          The price is too high for something I have seen many different designs of.

          Sharon
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Most popcicle makers (with or without needing a freezer) makes 6 popcicles and for less $.

          Jennifer
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          If this really makes ice pops in 7-9 minutes, then it is a GREAT idea. It is a little pricey, though -- I'd prefer to see it cheaper, or able to make 6 pops.

          Jacquelyn
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Too expensive

          Jane

          BPA free????

          Elizabeth
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Great, for kids, but pricey for popcycles.

          Gina
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Summer fun! Would love to use this with my kids.

          Amy
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Great idea, but a bit pricey for only 3, would be much better with 6.

          ADA
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          I would totally get this as a gift if it weren't so expensive. How about $30?

          Sarah
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Expensive, plus what's the point of a maker that you can use without electricity when it has to stay in the freezer until you use it? If it was something with say a rechargeable battery that I could take camping, maybe...

          Homei
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          love the idea but I agree with all those that say 3 is not enough it should be 6 at least and then it would be great

          Colleen

          I like the idea. I like that it's fast, but if it only makes 3 at a time, I'm not sure it's worth it, especially at $50. You can buy the traditional popsicle makers that take longer to freeze, but have more pops for much much cheaper.

          Lori
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          If it made 6 I'd be tempted (nearly instant fudgesicles sound amazing). Also already have enough trouble fitting everything in my freezer.

          SUZETTE
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          You can get the buy something similar through Tupperware although doesn't make them as fast. Way to expensive.

          Julie
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Seems a bit pricey for something that only makes 3 pops at a time.

          Laila
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          $50 for 3 ice pops?

          Beth
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Cute, but outrageously expensive!

          Betty
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Price is way too high but as a special gift for my grandchilddren I might buy it

          Anne
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          silly

          Andrea
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Needs to be able to make at least 4 pops

          Joyce
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Too pricy, but great idea!

          Maureen
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          It may be an "Updated cool " version but we really wouldn't need pops that quick ( and so few !). We can get the less expensive kind at a fraction of the cost to do it just as well.

          Dr. Sowande
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          a bit too pricey...cute though!

          Anne
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Get one at a dollar store...

          Anne
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          nice idea if you have the time

          addie

          awesome idea! i'd buy


          Great idea, way too expensive.

          Alice
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Have it.

          jaime
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Honestly, I can buy this at the dollar store.

          Julie
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          SEVEN minutes?! AWESOME!!! I would be using this thing like mad during the Summer. It's not even a bummer that it only makes 3 at a time since it works so quickly. I don't like that it has to stay in the freezer taking up space all the time though.

          Carole
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          saw this on a TV show, can't remember if it was Dr. OZ or Oprah

          Laurie
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          i give it a thumbs up because it's a great idea, but they should have designed it to hold more than 3 pops and it's wayyyy to expensive, but like I said, I like the idea. needs tweeking!

          Kate
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I love this. We have it and it is expensive but my kids really enjoy it. Works just as it says.

          Marilyn

          thumbs down

          Katharine
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          $50!?! Who does your pricing?! You can get a full size icecream maker for less than this! The idea is great, but I sure as the sun still shines not going to pay this much for that, period!PS Come on, guys, get your act together and lower the prices.

          Laura
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          For such a simple invention, it's just a bit overpriced. Also, this website is full of things that are truly awesome and you cant stop thinking about. This item though, I could easily forget.

          Kayla
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Why is the price so high? Just to make 3 small pops at a time? How is flash freezing accomplished? Need more info...

          Andrea Gray
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          I've tried enough of these to know the pops will never come out looking like the picture, or like anything remotely appetizing. And I wouldn't spend $50 to prove myself right.

          Kathleen
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Frozen Breakfast Smoothies!

          Deborah
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Interesting.

          YOLANDA
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          OVER PRICED

          margaret
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          I would have voted thumbs up if it was about half the price.

          Hallie
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Might have seen this elsewhere (Pottery Barn?) High price, only makes three at a time, but overall I like the idea. as it is not electric and only takes 7-9 minutes

          Karen E.
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          THIS IS USEFUL. I LIKE IT.

          Karen E.
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I LIKE THIS BECAUSE IT IS PRACTICAL

          Jackie
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          waaay over priced

          Sherri
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          How many pops can you make before it has to go back in the freezer? Wish I had this when my daughter was little; she hated to wait for them to freeze. We usually made Coke and Sprite ones because I'd only let her have soft drinks in small amounts.

          sarah
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I would make popsicles for my dog, removing the frozen from its stick first ( of course ) I already freeze concoctions for him but with this no waiting for freezing!

          melissa
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          I want this.. for about $30

          Shannon
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Love this, but the price is a deal breaker.

          Ellen
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I don't think it is too expensive for flash freeze. Very cool idea!

          Marla
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Fast yes, but I have 4 kids. Never fast enough to keep up with kids complaining they were not in the first round!

          Eleny

          Love the concept but too expensive!!

          Rebecca
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          First I thought that the price was way too high for a popsicle mold, but the realized it freezes in 7-9 min. This is great for little ones to make and not have to keep asking if they are ready yet.

          Kate
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          I love this item, but I would never pay that much for an item that I could get for under $10 (albeit, less cute, but does the same job).

          Anita
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Seemed expensive until I read that it makes pops in 7 minutes!

          Callie
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Sounds great and convenient but I can't justify the price.

          mary
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          only three !!!!!! NO !

          julie
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          too expensive

          Heidi
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Too expensive. Otherwise, a great idea.

          nancy
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          had one similar when I was young.

          Michelle
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          nice idea...too expensive

          Joana

          does that only make 3 @ a time??

          Samantha
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I was going to say, "Noo way!" BUT then I realized it's slightly pricier because it's SO FAST! I would love this during the summer, maybe even use it during a party :)

          ELLEN
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          My daughter got this as a Christmas present and, honestly, it did not work as well as the old time plastic ones.

          Susan
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Takes me back to my childhood - But, now I have disposable income, which would be needed at this purchase price. But, how fun to have a spur-of-the-moment adult frozen pop...the next generation of jello shooters just waiting to happen (and not that long a wait!).

          KAREN
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          $50???

          Susan
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Luv it, but at a lower price.

          Jessica Kate
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          This looks great! Is it dishwasher safe?

          Beth
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Have been looking at these at kitchen specialty stores and haven't bought one. No one in my family thought it was worth it. They do a great job of making artful looking pops, but the price is so high due to quick freeze feature. Planning ahead is a lot sheaper.

          lyn
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          love it, but price point is way too high $30.00 would still be a lot so you have to sell hard this is a flash freeze 7-9min vrs 3to 4 hours of rubber made type item

          Brooke
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          I would like it if it was a little less expensive, but it is definately a product my kids would coerce me into buying..

          Alicia
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          too expensive

          Dawn
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          A Little high, but I probably wouldn't bat an eye at the price on a hot Texas day when I'm in need of some thing cold.

          Kathryn
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          I have to agree with Nicole:"Too pricey for 3 pops. Make it 6 and we have a deal."I'd make some Bailey's Irish Cream Pops; Kahlua

          Courtney
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I love how this works in less than 10 minutes rather than hours.

          Sasha
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I don't like to wait, and I think since this can do it in 7 minutes is pretty awesome. I agree with someone else who said that if the were a little less expensive, I would love to buy them and give them as gifts. I think between $30 and $35 would be great!

          Meya
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          I actually I watched a video for this product and now I like it. However, I don't see it for am everyday purchase. More something for a caterer.

          Andra
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Love the idea, but $50 is a lot for only 3 popsicles at a time. I would like it better if it were cheaper and/or if it made more popsicles at a time (like 6).

          Carla
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          It does seem expensive; but the very quick freezing would be great. Can it be reused without going back into the freezer?

          Darshna
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          expensive and pointless

          Andrea
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          too expensive but AWESOME

          Abigayle
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          We own this, it is pretty easily obtained through high-end kitchen stores.BUT IT'S WONDERFUL! Yes it makes Popsicles in about 5 minutes and my son and his friends love it. They can make their own with stripes or cut fruit and it sets up while they watch. Just keep the base in your freezer and you have instant treats any time.You can make two batches before needing to freeze it again.You can also get a holder so you can make some ahead of time and then store them in the freezer.

          Emily

          Great idea but my friend had one and it didn't work so hot!

          Brooke
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          My mother has one and it is so much fun to do with my nieces and nephew. Not entirely sure I'd personally pay $50 for it, though.

          Robyn
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          great idea!

          Sarah
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          A very expensive 7 minutes. Have some patience.

          Alexis
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          It is AWESOME that it only takes 7-9 minutes to make these...only issue is the price is a bit high.

          Ellen
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          too expensive though

          Lauren
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          the price is way too high

          Debora
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          Bet it is great to use, but would think twice at price.

          Kerry
          Vote: Thumbs down!

          Fifty dollars?!?!?

          Brandi
          Vote: Thumbs up!

          WAY TOO EXPENSIVE!! $50??? YIKES!

          Robin

          Saw this in a magazine. I think it'd be an expensive luxury but nice on a hot summer day. I'd be likely to buy something like this on sale.

          Teresa

          $50?? I can get these at WalMart or Target for cheaper. Its a different brand, but the same concept.

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