A couple of weeks ago I was contacted by a company called Wayfair offered to send me a portable ice maker to review for promotional consideration. . Finally, I had to cave in and make room and I can say we love it, we are planning on using it when we have partys and barbeques and if we go on trips we can take it with us and use it to make our ice, its a awesome thing and really doesnt take up much room.

The ice it produces is thimble shaped, and that’s a result of the machine’s operation. Once you turn it on, the machine sucks water from the reservoir into a sort of tub. The water forms a bath into which metal rods are descended, which chill the water, forming ice around the rods. Selecting the size of your ice thimbles simply means that you’re selecting the thickness of the ice that forms around the rods. When the ice is finished forming, the machine turns off the chilling power of the rods, the ice drops off the rods and is ejected into a basket.



The ice basket has small perforations, and as I said before, it sits atop the water reservoir. So as unused ice melts in the basket, the water drips back into the reservoir, ready for another session of ice-making. Smart design. The machine takes about 6 – 15 minutes to make the first batch of ice, depending on the size you selected. Once the basket fills up or the reservoir runs out of water, the machine shuts itself off.



The portable ice maker is compact unit that fits neatly on your countertop. It's portable design makes it the ideal choice pool parties, BBQs or other outdoor get-togethers. This ice machine can produce up to 28 pounds of ice per day.

Features: •Ice Maker
•Ice Shape: Bullet
•Daily Ice Making Capacity: 28 Pounds
•Cooling Technology: Compressor
•Ice Sizes: 3
•Installation Type: Freestanding
•Convenient side drain
•Push button controls
•Lightweight and compact design
•Electronic controls
•6-15 Minute ice production time
•9 Pieces of ice per cycle
•Full basket and add water indicator lights
•For indoor and outdoor use
•Removable Ice Bin
•Certifications: ETL
•Includes Ice Scoop
•Voltage: 115 Volts
•Watts: 400 Watts
•Frequency: 60 Hz

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  1. heather c says:

    I would use it. We drink iced coffee like it’s going out of business.

    Also, not sure if it’s an actual problem or a ‘catch up’ issue, but my 375 entries are only showing up as 275 entries…and that’s before I hit the entry button for this comment. Thanks.

  2. Sarah Oswald says:

    I would use this thanks for the chance!

  3. I would keep it for when my Girl Scouts troop goes camping. One of our girls has Celiac disease and most of her food needs to be keep on ice so would be an awesome thing to win.

  4. Deborah D says:

    use as my refrigerator is a standard one with out an icemaker.

  5. Deborah D says:

    use and lend it to relatives

  6. Deborah D says:

    use it have no ice maker in my old refrigerator

  7. Deborah D says:

    i am really not sure as i sit here and think about it.

  8. Deborah D says:

    use it as i go camping alot.

  9. Deborah D says:

    use it we are an adventurous family.

  10. Deborah D says:

    we go traveling alot so i would use it & lend it out to family.

  11. Donna Cheatle says:

    This would be a definite keeper for me!

  12. Donna Cheatle says:

    This would be great for me! I’m thinking I’ll start with frozen margaritas!

  13. Donna Cheatle says:

    I’d keep this so I could use it for family parties!

  14. Carolyn Colley says:

    I would gift this to my daughter, she don’t have an ice maker.

  15. Carolyn Colley says:

    after thinking about it, I might use it for myself

  16. Carolyn Colley says:

    I’m not for sure, I know that my daughter would really want it.

  17. Carolyn Colley says:

    my son has already taken claim to the ice maker

  18. Carolyn Colley says:

    I would use it to take on vacation.

  19. Carolyn Colley says:

    would be great to take on a picnic

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