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Hawaiian Shaved Ice S900A Electric Shaved Ice Machine
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- Easy and fun to use
- Includes two ice molds used to freeze round blocks of ice for shaving soft fluffy snow
- Attractive countertop design and the machine disassembles in seconds for easy storage
- Great for shaved ice, snow cones, slushies, margaritas and other fun drinks
- 1 year warranty
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Make shaved ice at home!
Not only is this the best shaved ice machine on the market, it’s also the simplest. Just place your ice in the machine, place the motor unit on top, plug it in, and start shaving. That’s it.
Crave the Shave
Make healthy, refreshing and kid-friendly treats with the compact Hawaiian Shaved Ice S900A shaved ice machine. The nostalgic summertime (or anytime) treats can be made at home in a matter of minutes. Simply shave fluffy snow and top with your favorite Hawaiian Shaved Ice syrup or even create your own dreamy desserts. Whipping up a 3-5 shaved ice servings has never been so easy and cleanup is a cinch – simply wipe dry with a cloth!
Get Ready. ..
Before shaving, allow the ice blocks to thaw for 5-7 minutes. This is what the pros do to provide the best quality snow! This process is called 'tempering'.
The Finest Design for the Finest Snow
The innovative design of this compact ice shaver is remarkable. The precision-cut stainless steel blade combined with cylindrical ice blocks ensures fine and fluffy snow for every serving. Two block ice molds are included to freeze the ice blocks along with a non-skid mat for the tray. If you prefer a coarse or crunchy ice, this ice shaver can also shave ice cubes and the blade can be adjusted to shave the desired texture of snow.
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|Item Dimensions||6.75 x 8 x 12 in||9.75 x 14.5 x 7.75 in||6.5 x 10.25 x 11.25 in||7 x 7 x 9.5 in||11.9 x 8.8 x 11.9 in||12 x 15 x 30.5 in|
This Shaved Ice Machine that is great for shaved ice, snow cones, slushies, margaritas, fun drinks and more. The Hawaiian Shaved Ice brand Machine is fun and easy to operate. Included with the machine are two round ice molds. Simply fill the round ice molds with water and freeze overnight to produce small round blocks of ice. Place a frozen ice block into the ice hopper and gently press down on the motor assembly to shave a mound of soft fluffy snow. The design of the Hawaiian Shaved Ice Machine makes it an attractive countertop appliance. If storage is preferred, the machine is designed to be quickly disassembled for easy storage. This shaved ice machine plugs into any standard household electrical plug and features an adjustable, stainless steel blade. Additional ice molds are available and sold separately. Also included is a manufacturer's 1-year warranty. Electrical : 120V - 60Hz - 55W - ETL Approved
Top Customer Reviews
The For all the people complaining about it being "noisy" well what did you expect? Its definitely NOT louder than my blender which is much noisier when i'm trying to crush ice.
From all the items I've owned and the reviews I've read for the products I've learned that most of the negative reviews are because of the user not the product. Unless of course it was a defect.
In the video I did not use the entire block of ice because... Well it wouldn't fit into my 12 oz mug unless I would tightly pack the ice.
But here's the real key: don't use premade syrups. Read the label - there's little or no fruit even in them. Instead, make your own, which is surprisingly easy to do, and will make the result taste 100x better, just like in Hawaii. All you do is put 3/4 cup of water, 3/4 cup of sugar, and 3/4 cup of chopped fruit into a saucepan, bring to boil, simmer for 5 min, turn off heat and let come to room temp, then pour through a strainer. Squeeze a lemon into the mixture before simmering if you want a bit more tart (helps preserve it too). Keep in fridge for up to two weeks.
All the top Hawaii shave ice stands use homemade syrups, and they make all the difference.
There is no spring-loaded, rail-guided gantry or anything fancy. You push down on the head of the machine with your hand to force the ice into the blade. As a result, obviously the machine doesn't "free run" -- you must be pushing down on it for it to work.
Some people seem confused by this design: "I don't know what I"m doing wrong, but the top of the unit doesn't close all the way when there's ice in it," one comment read, but this is indeed how the machine is supposed to work.
This is not a mechanically impressive design, but it *is* reliable, low-cost, and no-frills. There are very few moving parts, so I think this guy will be running for quite some time before needing to be repaired or replaced.
Also, while the machine ships with two ice molds, I keep the machine in my wetbar where I don't have access to anything other than a stand-alone ice maker. I just put one layer of ice cubes in the tray, and it shaves it without problems. So, if you're waiting around for this machine's molds to set, just grab a handful of ice and carry on!
As an engineer, I can appreciate that.
For syrup, I use highly concentrated Kool Aid: I add 6 or 7 ounces of water to a packet of unsweetened Kool Aid and a cup of sugar. Creates the consistency and sweetness of regular snow cone syrup (you need to mix it quite a bit--a jar with a tight lid is useful, so you can shake it vigorously).