|Item Weight||60 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18 x 15 x 25 inches|
|Item model number||UIM-155|
Whynter UIM-155 Stainless Steel Built-In Ice Maker
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- Built-in or freestanding installation (front venting) with no drain required
- Makes 12 lbs of crescent-shaped ice cubes in 24 hours
- Sleek stainless steel door and black cabinet, ice scoop and ice bin included
- Stores up to 6 lbs of ice, auto shut-off when ice bin is full
- 9 foot 1/4-inch food grade water line connection included
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With the Whynter Stainless Steel Built-In Ice Maker, we bring you the latest in professional standard innovations for the home . This ice maker makes 12-pound of crescent-shaped ice in 24 hours and can store 6-pound of ice. This built-in portable ice maker from Whynter is the perfect solution to your ice making needs in virtually any situation. It comes in a stylish stainless steel door and sleek black cabinet that complement any modern kitchen or bar area. For installation, please consult a professional plumber.
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This built-in portable ice maker from Whynter is the perfect solution to your ice making needs in virtually any situation. It comes in a stylish stainless steel door and sleek black cabinet that complements any modern kitchen and bar area.
Whynter Stainless Steel Built-In Ice Maker
With the Whynter Stainless Steel Built-In Ice Maker, we bring you the latest in professional standard innovations for the home . This ice maker makes 12 lbs of crescent-shaped in 24 hours and can store 6 lbs of ice.
Powerful compressor cooling
- High efficiency CFC-free compressor.
- Built-in or freestanding installation (front venting).
Easy to situate and use
- Easy to use; one button operation.
- No drain required.
- 9 foot 1/4" food grade water line connection included.
- Makes 12 lbs of crescent-shaped ice cubes in 24 hours.
- Stores up to 6 lbs of ice.
Top Customer Reviews
I can't believe these are not more popular. I don't understand why all other ice makers have drains - so you make the ice, then slowly watch it melt away. Not efficient and the potential for plumbing/leak issues is high. This little ice maker is simple, easy, and cheap. Highly recommend.
UPDATE: Bought in 10/2013, in 05/2016 it died. Started making very loud rattling noises any time the compressor kicked on. I took it apart and reassembled, finding nothing loose. That stopped the rattling for half a day, then it began again. It is something inside the sealed refrigerant system, so I can't repair it. Had to throw it out. Should have figured it would not last long given the price compared to competitors. Ran perfectly up till then, so if you're willing to buy something you know will die 2 years later, buy it. Lowering from 5 to 3 stars due to lifespan.
I bought the two year service plan on it just in case, and will update the review every 6 months or when appropriate.
The reason that I gave four stars instead of five was that my unit had a problem with the ice-maker when I received it. It would make a partial bucket of ice and quit. Then the unit would have to be defrosted to free up the mechanism, before another partial bucket would be made. I contacted Whynter, and within a reasonable time they sent me a new ice-maker, which was relatively easy to replace. They offered to let me return the whole unit, but since the cooling portion was working fine, I figured I had a better chance of a good unit by not shipping the unit back and forth across the country. Since producing a product that is perfect each and every time is not possible, I recommend Whynter because they promptly helped me with my issue.
After almost a year with the ice maker, still going strong. Requires that I cycle it off occasionally to get rid of ice build up, due to folks in the office not getting the doors completely shut. The old model had a slot on the door to hang the ice scoop, this one does not which may be the reason the door doesn't get closed tightly. Ours is permanently hooked up over a drain and I never see condensation or melt.