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Litecubes Brand 3 Mode Blue Light up LED Ice Cubes (144)

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Litecubes Brand 3 Mode Blue Light up LED Ice Cubes (144)

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Featuring 3 modes with push button control (fast flash, slow flash, and steady on), our 3 Mode Blue LiteCubes are a timeless classic. They add a fantastic accent when mixed with regular ice cubes and set a smooth mellow tone. Blue LiteCubes add a dimensional twist to any citrus drink or will surely electrify your favorite adult beverage! 3 Mode Blue LiteCubes are completely safe to put into any type of cold beverage. They are encased in a waterproof non toxic shell and packed with freezable gel to keep your favorite beverage frosty. Original LiteCubes are push button activated. Not liquid activated like the generics. Battery life is quoted at 24-36 hours so you can get several uses for multiple events. Simply hand wash and put away in a cool dry place until they are needed again. They can be placed in the freezer for extra cooling power so your drink is the hottest thing while staying cool. LiteCubes will have your guests talking about your special event long after the regular ice cubes have melted!

Litecubes Brand 3 Mode Blue Light up LED Ice Cubes (144)

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