ecozy Portable Ice Maker Countertop, 44lbs Per Day, 24 Cubes Ready in 13 Mins, 2 Ways to Add Water, Self-Cleaning Ice Maker with Ice Bags/Ice…
Specification: ecozy Portable Ice Maker Countertop, 44lbs Per Day, 24 Cubes Ready in 13 Mins, 2 Ways to Add Water, Self-Cleaning Ice Maker with Ice Bags/Ice…
8 reviews for ecozy Portable Ice Maker Countertop, 44lbs Per Day, 24 Cubes Ready in 13 Mins, 2 Ways to Add Water, Self-Cleaning Ice Maker with Ice Bags/Ice…
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Work well. Impressive amount of ice produced in a short period of time.
It is loud when the first couple of ice forms drop into the collection bin.
Cheaper than all the rest and we’re loving it so far. It’s loud but that’s ok, our house is pretty loud anyways
The 1st unit came oil covered and did not work replacement seems fine I’ve run 40-50 lbs of ice no issues with replacement
cliff s. –
Works on same principal as the manitowoc ice makers in restaurants and makes perfectly clear solid cubes
Looks like this ice maker is made the way a countertop machine should be made: put water in at top, take out ice at front, plenty of capacity for both water and ice, machine stops with clear indication of reason for both water tank empty and basket full of ice, status displays that make sense and are visible with both well lit and dark conditions.
Unlike an ice maker I had before this one where water could only be put in where the ice basket holder, if the ice in the basket touched that water it rapidly melted away. In this ice maker instead the ice in the bottom inch or so of the ice basket is deliberately immersed in ice water and does not melt significantly, it just separates into individual cubes.
People concerned about this machine making “sheets” of unseparated cubes don’t understand the machine.
Give it some time for the ice to melt a little and the thinner parts between cubes melt away first, resulting in separated cubes. However sometimes I like to pack the sheets into an ice tea tumbler, put that in the freezer, making a porous “block” of ice that is perfect for Keurig ice tea K-Cups.
Even though there are a few places in the instructions where the syntax isn’t quite that of English, the deviations are nearly trivial and the intent easy to determine (unlike many products made in china, where the instructions are frequently un-understandable and only create confusion).
Side comment: watching the waterfall down the ice cube freezing grid is actually fun and quite attractive.
Brian j. –
So far so good.
Compared to my other machine, this one is a boss. It drops about 2.5 pounds of ice before the catching bin must be emptied. The water container holds several gallons and lasts most of the day. I keep it on the most frozen setting (+6) because this ice is used for a cooler everyday. It makes more than I can store! I fill 2 10-pound bags and then stop. I just go check it about once an hour. It is a no brainer.
danny sheehan –
Makes ice pretty quickly and so easy to use