EdgeStar Portable Stainless Steel Clear Ice Maker - Stainless Steel
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- Produces ice in 20 minutes; Ice storage: 2.2 lbs; Ice production: 20 lbs/day
- Use tap or bottled water; No drain required
- Commercial-grade stainless steel; Easy-to-use electronic controls
- Clear Ice Maker; Removes impurities found in normal ice
- Perfect for any kitchen, office, or anywhere you need ice at your fingertips
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And that shipping was SUPER FAST, by the way! Ordered Sunday, received Tuesday. Amazon Prime speed, but merely listed as "free shipping".
Back to the body of the ice maker. It was annoying to have to peel off the protective coating - and I didn't quite get all of it off, but many new appliances come that way. Underneath the plastic, it looked like some scratches had made it on the machine, but I was able to rub them away with my index finger.
I thought the unit didn't come with instructions, but my son had "helped" me unpack the unit, and I eventually did find the instructions and warrantee card.
We are very excited to get started, but the instructions say that the machine has to sit upright for 2 hours before you start it so that the coolant can settle into place. I have cleaned the machine and the removable water pipe and plan to fill the tank with water and vinegar. Another reviewer said that it took five days for the vinegar taste to cycle through, but I am doing what is listed as routine maintenance, and the instructions with my machine say:
1. Take out the basket.
2. Add a mild cleaning solution mixture to the water reservoir. Use a 10:1 ratio of water to either white vinegar or lemon juice.
3. Run the ice maker to make a couple of batches of ice (at least 2). Discard the ice.
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Cons. A thick protective coating is not just wrapped around the assembled unit. Unit is assembled with the coating already on the separate pieces, which makes it almost impossible to remove. In other words, the screws, outer edges, etc., are all assembled on top of the tough plastic coating. The coating is stuck in between all the seams. Especially difficult to remove from the bottom of the unit, since you can't tip it on its side. It takes two people to get the stuff off--one person holding the unit over the edge of the counter, and a second person getting underneath to remove. When we opened the box, a couple of screws were just floating around loose in the bottom.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It stopped making ice after a little over 24 hours. It would just freeze one large block of ice and shut itself off.Published 16 days ago by cameron
This machine is junk. I sent the first one back within a short time, and unfortunately opted to have them send me another one thinking it must have been a lemon. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Paula Harvey
Broke after two weeks of use, sounded like a compressor or pump failurePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this piece of garbage one year and five days ago. So far three of them have failed. Today I called, and instead of letting me send it back they want me to take it apart... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Michael Mannino
This ice maker did not work very well from day 1. The main problem is that the ice has a tendency to freeze in one big clump instead of individual cubes. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Dwayne C. White
Decent for the price. Made in China so that should answer the quality question.Published 11 months ago by Brad E.
I am very pleased with this product. It arrived quickly, was easy to install, and is much quieter than our previous ice maker. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Alison Riemersma