AGLUCKY Countertop Ice Maker Machine, Portable Ice Makers Countertop, Make 26 lbs ice in 24 hrs,Ice Cube Rready in 6-8 Mins with Ice Scoop and Basket
Specification: AGLUCKY Countertop Ice Maker Machine, Portable Ice Makers Countertop, Make 26 lbs ice in 24 hrs,Ice Cube Rready in 6-8 Mins with Ice Scoop and Basket
8 reviews for AGLUCKY Countertop Ice Maker Machine, Portable Ice Makers Countertop, Make 26 lbs ice in 24 hrs,Ice Cube Rready in 6-8 Mins with Ice Scoop and Basket
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M. Gandol –
My story is probably like that of many others, issues with the ice maker on my $2000 fridge that is only 4 years old. We had already had the ice maker replaced twice and now it works when it feels like it. So this little table top icemaker was the perfect solution and it does work just fine, incredibly simple to use, just fill it up with water and turn it on. It gives you a choice of large or small ice cubes, the cubes are cylindrical with a hole in the middle, it stops making ice when the bin is full but will start back up again automatically after you have removed some cubes. I dump the water every couple days and clean the inside with bleach a couple times a week, no other maintenance necessary, it provides enough ice for the two of us.
Great little ice maker! Pumps out a batch of ice about every 5-6mins. Keep in mind, this isn’t ment to make enough to fill an ice chest…just for drinks or something like that. It probably could but only makes enough ice until the compartment is full then it stops making ice. So if you dumped the ice every 10mins and remembered to fill the water every so often it could be used for icing down a cooler. Mine is running all day…what doesn’t get used just melts back into the tank and it just keeps cycling. Needs cleaning about every two weeks or so but is easy to do. Makes a little bit of noise but is to be expected.
Felt kind of silly buying this for my husband for Father’s day. But he loves ice in his drinks and we’ve got the samsung fridge ice maker so, if you know you know. :p The whole family LOVES this thing. Never had a problem with it but this week the little paddle that scoops the ice suddenly isn’t working anymore. It’s very weak, it starts to scoop and then can’t complete the motion. He’s looked into it but can’t see anything broken or how to fix, so we’ve ordered a new one. Should it have lasted more than 14 months? Yeah, probably.
But there’s a decent coupon savings right now, so when you average that cost over another 12 months would we pay about $7 a month to have ice again? Yeah. But hopefully this next one lasts longer!
Andrew Johnson –
I’m not sure why it took me so long to purchase an ice maker considering I put ice in my drinks everyday now. I’m talking ice water, ice in my cola, ice for lemonade, ice tea, ice for my pups water bowl. I’m an avid ice user apparently thanks to this awesome little machine. It doesn’t keep the ice so you do have to empty the cubes into a bag or container and store in your freezer but other then that its great.
Meaghan Malarkey –
Overall I really like the ice machine. It makes ideal sized cubes for my liking, it’s quiet, and it works quickly. My biggest gripe is that the ice melts really fast. I hear it dump a fresh batch and by the time I go to replenish my beverage a bunch of the top layer has melted and formed a large half-melted conglomerate with the ice below and I have to hack at it with the little plastic shovel it comes with to get myself an adequate amount of ice. It also melts super fast in a drink… faster than other ice cubes I’ve experienced. I dump a scoop into a room temp beverage and it’s gone within minutes. I’ve spent most of my life’s savings on fancy metal mugs that keep your drinks cold for eternity but sometimes I just want a regular plastic tumbler of water with some ice that stays ice for more than 2 minutes…
I bought this ice machine about 11 months ago and it stopped working a few days ago. I want to start with saying this is literally the best/ most used kitchen appliance I have ever bought. It has been running non stop for the entire 11 months besides the few min it takes to wipe the inside down every so often. It is extremely convenient and doesn’t take up much room on the counter. It’s also pretty quiet. I have had a few small issues with it. The light that indicates it needs water never really worked. It will keep running even when it is almost out of water and just produces ice chips when this happens. I have to refill it everyday to make sure this doesn’t happen. Also as the ice melts it sits weird in the basket so the machine thinks the bin is full but it’s really not. Even with the few issues I’ve had this is still an awesome ice machine and I would definitely buy it again.
This ice maker has been a game changer for my family living in arizona we run out of ice from our freezer most days so this ice maker makes our life so much better!
We like our ice set on the small ice setting so that when it is put with a drink it becomes crunchy like sonic ice! The small ice also fits perfectly into a soda bottle top perfectly which makes the drink extra refreshing when leaving out of the house.
One thing we did notice is when the water level is going low in the ice maker the ice cubes will get much smaller so make sure the water level is always high or you will run into this problem!
All in all great ice maker.
Jill Green –
I like the ice maker. I love the shape, and “crunchiness” of the ice. Exactly what I wanted. What I wish I had known (although I love it anyway) is that it’s not really a “freezer.” Once the ice is made, if you don’t use up the tray, the ice melts, and recycles to make another batch. (Which makes sense. I just thought that it would keep the ice bucket full, and then keep it frozen till I was ready to use it. Instead, if you don’t use the ice that it makes immediately, it melts, and cycles again, over and over till you turn it off.) What I’ve been doing is turning it on when I get home from work, and use the ice during the evening, then turn it off. The noise doesn’t bother me at all. It’s also a nice sturdy machine. I would like the price point to be a teeny lower (or, would like a machine capable of making more ice at one time.)