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Margaritaville DM2000 Premium Frozen Concoction Maker

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  • Commercially UL approved with 550 watts of power and grounded three-prong plug
  • Automatically mixes the right proportion of ice with ingredients
  • Four automatic pre-programmed drink cycles
  • Front access controls, stable footprint, and drip-free spout
  • Measures 14 by 9 by 20 inches; 1-year warranty
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  • ASIN: B000QH2JCO
  • Item model number: DM2000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (203 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,070 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Enjoy making fruit smoothies or sophisticated adult cocktails with this excellent blender-like device that's a bit more than a typical blender. The Margaritaville DM2000 Frozen Concoction Maker has the commercial UL approval for use both in the home or restaurant setting. The large ice hopper capacity is twice as big as the original DM1000 unit. The concoction maker also has four automatic pre-programmed drink cycles that unlike a regular blender it will shave the ice and blend it with your favorite ingredients for consistent quality every time. The Margaritaville Frozen Concoction Maker is built to party. Included with the blender is a quick setup guide and an instruction manual.

Customer Reviews

Very easy to clean.
The best thing about the machine is that it shaves the ice to blend with the alcohol so it makes perfectly smooth drinks.
This Margarita Maker makes the perfect drink every time.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

76 of 79 people found the following review helpful By TPM on January 14, 2008
As an engineer and gadget guy I finally got the big Kahuna Margaritaville model.

When you follow the directions - ie keep the right amount of liquid per the number of drinks - it is fantastic. The 12OZ per drink measurement is dead on.

The different drinks it makes - Rita's, Daq's, Colada's and Smoothies are set on one knob. This basically tells the blender how much blending to do and when to shave the ice. The Rita's assume all liquid ingredients. The Daq's assume frozen fruit and the Smoothies assume fresh fruit so the timing and frequecy of the blending is based on that. For example the blender doesn't start on a Rita until the ice shaving is well underway while a Daq starts blending well before the shaving starts.

The machine breaks down nicely for easy cleaning and the shaving blade is easy to replace if it comes to that. It's a pretty beefy blade so I am not worried.

Do note that the machine is tall and will not fit under a cabinet that is over a normal counter without removing the ice hopper. We just break it down and put a decorative towel over it.

An extra blender jar will probably be on most peoples wanted list.
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67 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Jessica Reynolds on August 9, 2007
We love our Margaritaville machine! It has eliminated two blenders and a snow cone maker in our own kitchen. No telling what more. My husband loves a good 'rita, and I like to drink health shakes in the morning for breakfast. This machine is perfect for our needs. You can also just shave a little ice to make a snowy soft snow cone for the kids or enlist the blender element solely. It's a large machine, so if a blender is a daily necessity in your house and you have plenty of counter space to accomodate it, then this is great for you. Now, this is not going to chop frozen strawberries w/o compromising the integrity, per the saleswoman's instructions at the Williams-Sonoma that we bought it at. By the way, we bought ours there for the same price, but also have the Williams-Sonoma guarantee that covers the Margaritaville for life. If you have a WS in your area, I would suggest this route. If not, at least Amazon has their 1 yr. warranty on it.
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42 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Mark Evans on August 14, 2008
I actually purchased the Margarita Frozen Concoction Maker DM2100 which is the exact same as the DM2000 model except that the trim color is white instead of red. I purchased the DM2100 at Williams-Sonoma (the only place I could find it). I liked the appearance of the white trim much better and when the sales clerk told me that it came with a free extra container, I was sold.

Upon unpacking the FCM (Frozen Concoction Maker), I was impressed by how nice it looked. The FCM has sleek lines and with the brushed metal finish, you can easily leave it on the counter and it is not an eyesore.

Inside the box, there was the FCM, a shot glass (to measure portions I guess), an aluminum tin that is used for salting glass rims, 4 cardboard coasters and an instruction manual.

I took the top assembly apart to clean it before the first use. First the top ice bin lid is popped off. It removes completely from the base of the ice bin. Next, the bottom portion of the clear ice bin was removed. This left the ice shaving mechanism exposed. One of the key differences in this model over the DM1000 is that the three pronged ice rotator is metal whereas the DM1000 has a plastic one. Next the plastic bowl is removed that contains the blade assembly.

It was all easy to remove and reassemble. They do recommend that you remove, clean and dry the assembly after use. I'm not sure if this is to help keep the blade in tip-top shape or for overall cleanliness of the machine but I think it would be prudent to clean the FCM each day that it is used. When I use the FCM, the liquid sometimes splashes back up the ice chute so make sure you clean up there.
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114 of 132 people found the following review helpful By J. Bellso on June 22, 2008
First, I would rate it a 3.5
I purchased this item as I was tired of low quality drink mixers... I purchased the FIJI as it was the newest model out. It has a larger Ice holder and different settings for margaritas, daquiries, mudslides, and smoothies.
The machine is powerful and seemingly high quality. I feel it will last a long time. It does take some practice getting your recipies correct. Maybe its just me, but I also can NOT differentiate the drinks from the four different settings. A drink in the mudslide setting has the same texture as a Margarita....and etc. So I felt that was a waste for me. With the larger Ice Hopper thats nice, but easily available for the Key West version. I would rather have extra blending Jars as they are small and what I go through the most. The Key west seems to have the best matching ice reservoir for the blending jar. The drip through water catcher is nice... but very difficultt to clean. Its too narrow to wash by hand, you need to use a long handled something(minor inconvenience I guess).
Performance is nice. Its powerful and the ice shaver works well. very well actually/ But that too is extremely difficult to clean... If it comes out to clean, I cant figure mine out...so its pretty much just sticking a cloth it there to swap up melted ice, and hand pick out leftover ice. Its tricky as supports and the big blade can get you.
Also, probably the most fustrating thing is the ice hopper does not line up nicely with the blending jar opening. Its off about a 1/4 inch, but just enough for liquid to jump out when machine fires up. I was told I had too much liquid, but it does it no matter how much liquid I have in it.
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