Edgestar IP210TI Titanium Portable Ice Maker, Gray
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- Portable unit - no drain required. Produces ice in as little as 10 minutes
- Produces up to 28 pounds of bullet shaped ice per day. Stores 2 1/2 pounds at one time
- Select 3 different ice cube sizes with soft touch control panel
- Compact size makes it ideal for kitchen counter tops, wet bars, break rooms and RV's
- Dimensions: 14 1/2" H x 11 3/4" W x 14 1/2" D
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This Edgestar Portable Ice Maker is a compact ice cube making dynamo that is certain to impress with its fast, efficient ice making and its stylish titanium finish. This small ice machine quickly and efficiently makes perfect ice cubes. Simply plug it in, fill the reservoir with water and let this little dynamo go to work. In fact, you'll have your first batch of ice in as little as 10 minutes! This portable ice maker is the perfect complement to your kitchen, bar or office. There is no need for a water line or a drain. Any ice that you do not use is recycled into more fresh, clean ice. Additionally, this powerful little machine can produce up to 20 pounds of ice per day, so it's great for high-demand applications. You can select from three different ice sizes. This portable ice maker is perfect for rec rooms, cottages, rv's, boats, offices, wet bars and more! PLEASE NOTE: While this machine is well-insulated, it is not a freezer.
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Sits on the counter top and purrs away making plenty of ice for a family of four.
We normally buy 1 to 2 bags of ice a day when camping. This trip, we have bought none. Don't expect this unit to provide instant output. It is not your at home hotel ice maker.
I read a lot of the reviews before buying. The quality of the ice is directly dependent on how cold the water reservoir/ice chamber is. The first batch of ice after a water refill will be smaller, softer cubes. As the water in the reservoir cools, the ice making cycle will become more efficient.
I experimented with recycling cold water out of the cooler to make ice. The quality of the ice remained high on all batches. When I fill it with tap water, the first batches are of lower quality. The best solution is to "prime the system" by putting some of your ice into the reservoir when filling from the tap.
In order to produce a sufficient amount of ice for camping, the ice making process is continuous. When hanging out, dump the ice hopper when the full red light comes on. When leaving the camper or going to bed, dump the ice into the cooler and make sure the water reservoir is full. You will have a full load when you return or wake up.
At home, the cycle is less intense. Make ice when convenient, put it into freezer bags or an ice hopper and put it into the freezer. Expect the cubes to freeze together, but it is easily broken up.
I am rating this a 4 for two reasons. First, I don't know the longevity of the unit. Second, my gut feel is that a smart engineer could improve the efficiency of the ice making cycle through improved insulation of the ice chamber or extending a coil off of the compressor to cool the chamber.
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