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Waring Pro IC70 Professional Stainless Steel Large-Capacity Ice Crusher
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||9.5 x 15.25 x 6.25 inches|
|Item Weight||6.65 Pounds|
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- Brushed Stainless Steel Housing
- Stainless Steel Blades and Commercial Mechanism
- Crushes 30 lbs of Ice per Hour
- Container Holds Up To 12 Cups of Crushed Ice
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Waring Pro Ice Crusher
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Well, how stupid can you design a product? Like this one.
I finally got around to taking another look at fixing this. I had to cut the front retaining pin to get the blades off... well the blades (as expected) have hexagonal holes. What I didn't expect was that the hexagonal shaft it *nylon* (or some similar plastic see pics)... which, of course, over time got "rounded" by the pressure produced while crushing the ice. Waring, WHAT WERE YOU THINKING!? Oh wait, you were probably thinking, "it will last until its out of warranty, after which we don't care".
I can't even weld the blades onto the shaft without manufacturing a metal hexagonal sleeve for the motor shaft (the way it should have been designed by Waring in the first place).
Lasted 15 months -- before one of the "blades" started slipping. Apparently either the shaft or blade metal is too soft (I can't tell because I have been unable to remove the retaining pin holding the blades onto motor shaft); one of the other has "stripped".
Since I very much like the way this machine crushes ice, I bought another unit over a year ago but this time I made sure that I also bought a couple of ice cube trays that make small cubes and that much less stress on the blades. There are any number of trays that will accomplish this goal. I chose the Camco 44100 Mini Ice Cube Tray available here on Amazon. I now expect to get many years of addition use from this product without a problem.
So if you want an ice crusher to work one day week , then this Waring is a good buy. Daily use, not so much! Large sticker on ice tray brags that it can crush 50 lb. of ice per hour. I don't believe pt.
NO THIS IS NOT FOR MAKING SNOW CONES. But that's ok, we don't want that.
It is SLOW. Much slower than my fridge. Which is weird, as I thought that a dedicated machine would tear through the ice like an arctic whaler. Guess not. So that lowers it a star.
Next, it loses two stars for a far more annoying reason. When fully seated, the plastic bin that catches the crushed ice presses a button behind it so as to allow the machine to run - a safety mechanism. That's cool. I like safety. However, as falling ice builds about 1/5 of the way up the bin, the momentum causes the bin to move forward enough to release the button and disengage the motor. This happens EVERY time I crush ice, so I can't even leave the thing SLOWLY grinding away and come back to it, as I have to monitor this situation and re-seat the frigging bin.
I keep meaning to hang a piece of electrical tape off the side of the bin to create a makeshift latch to secure it closed each time I use it. But I have not done this yet. Mainly because I'm a stubborn dude who feels he shouldn't have to jury-rig a newly-purchased piece of equipment that shouldn't have this issue in the first place. So why haven't I returned it yet, you ask? There doesn't seem to be any competition. But I should, just to send a message to Waring.
Instead, maybe I'll just crush my ice with the pure unbridled rage this product helped me develop.