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  • Writer's pictureChristie Bolster

I Tested And Ranked The Best Countertop Ice Makers In 2024

I tested and ranked the best countertop ice makers from brands like Frigidaire, Igloo and NewAir. GE Profile Opal is still my no.1!

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FYI, Prices and ratings are accurate as of time of writing.


1. GE Profile Opal - Best for Nugget Ice


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Highlight: Produces chewable, crunchable nugget ice.

Helpful review: "Every week I found myself going to Sonic to get their yummy ice. It was a fight to get it home in one piece and refrozen in my freezer without it turning into a solid chunk of ice! Once summer hit, I knew it was going to be harder so I looked into investing to my own "sonic ice maker" and found this one.
I debated about getting the water attachment, but decided since I got it on sale, I'd do myself a favor and get it. If you are questioning getting the water attachment, do it!! I'm so thankful I got the attachment. Our family goes through so much ice a day that I'm filling the water attachment several times a week.
Now here is my only complaint about the water attachment - it's really hard to hold/handle to fill the water in the container. For me, it's a two person job as I use my Zero Water Filter Container to fill the water tank - one to hold the water tank and one to push the nozzle of the water filter container. Without that side container, you would have to pull the ice basket out and fill the water from underneath, which can be messy as some ice does slip through the holes of the ice basket. So if you are on the fence, get it!!
CONS:
My side-tank lid came to me scratched as well as the lid of the ice maker. It bothered me when I first bought it, but to send it back over scratches wasn't worth the hassle so I kept it. I see it now and still wish I sent it back and had it fixed, but the reality is I'm sure it would have gotten scratched sooner or later.
The feet of the ice maker are sharp and scratched up the counter where I initially had the ice maker. I wish it wasn't so sharp and I hadn't ruined my brand new counters.
While the machine is supposed to have a humming noise when the ice makes, sometimes it gets loud. But in apartment living where everything is so condensed and open, you are going to hear everything. The noise is louder than my fridge (everyone said the noise wasn't louder than a fridge) and sometimes bothers me with its noise.
I wish there was a place to put the ice scooper. Right now it sits on the inside/top of the ice, but sometimes it gets burried in the new ice. If the ice scooper had a hole in it, I could hang it on the outside of the ice maker.
Lastly, people have asked if the inside of the ice area is a freezer. While it's cold on the inside where the ice is made, it all sits together and keeps the area cold. As it melts, it goes through the basket and recycles the water to make new ice.
I believe that's everything about this amazing ice maker. GET THE SIDE TANK and save yourself the headache!" — Sam Smith

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2. Frigidaire - Best Value for Money


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Highlight: Large see-through window allows for process monitoring and ice level checking.

Helpful review: "I spent thousands on a Samsung French-door refrigerator 5 years back, joining the thousands who love the fridge but hate the ice maker. Apparently, I'm not alone in my disdain for that "sometimes it works, most of the time not" ice maker that just freezes up on a regular basis. Had it repaired, then replaced, still the same issue.
My wife LOVES ice in her diet soda. She doesn't drink coffee, so her DC is her morning lifeblood. But she MUST have her Yeti full of ice!! So... I heard about this countertop ice maker and gave it a run. Wrapped it up as an "extra' Christmas gift (I know, never give your wife an appliance for Christmas) but this was more fun and experimental than a vacuum or dust mop.
Our ice maker (in the fridge) OF COURSE started working again on Christmas Eve, which really gave me a chuckle. When she unwrapped it, my wife said, "But the ice maker is working again," which made me chuckle even harder. I knew (and I was right) that it would stop working... and it did. On Christmas afternoon.
Out came this Frigidaire ice maker, and I had it making ice literally minutes later. Once I started, I was an ice-making machine. I even bought ice cube bags on Amazon, and started filling 10 pound bags of ice. I would make an Eskimo jealous with all the ice I've made with this thing.
Now I'm thinking fishing season, because I have a fishing boat at the shore, and I'm always planning my route to stop for bagged ice on my way down to the boat. NOT ANY MORE!! I'll have bag after bag in the garage freezer now.
It's fun to run, it's simple, and it's easy to drain and wipe down. It makes at least 20 pounds a day. As long as you keep emptying that bin to another container or bag, you'll watch your cubes build up like magic. Great product! Would purchase again in a heartbeat." — Josiah Kelly

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3. COWSAR - Best For Bullet-Shaped Ice


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Highlight: Creates 3 different bullet-shaped ice sizes (Small, Medium, Large).

Helpful review: "I ordered this ice maker since I removed the ice bin in my freezer as it takes up much needed freezer space. This unit is just slightly smaller than a few other units I have seen and I think is the perfect size for one or two people. It fits on the countertop below my kitchen cabinets or I can place on a small side table.
After filling the reservoir with clean water, sliding in the ice bin and pressing power, the unit makes 9 bullet ice cubes in about 6 minutes and will continue to make ice until the bin is full. There is a sensor at the top that detects a full bin. As the ice melts, its drips back into the reservoir to be used in new ice.
The bullet cubes put less stress on my blenders I use to make smoothies, protein shakes and sports drinks. The machine is simple to operate and runs noticeably quieter than my prior unit. It would be perfect for office use to be shared among a few co-workers.
A built-in handle ensures ease of portability. The self-cleaning feature is easy to initiate by pressing the power button for 5 seconds. A small plug in the tank bottom allows for easy emptying without having to tip the unit over. So all in all, I highly recommend this ice maker!"
MY FRIEND'S REVIEW:
"This thing is awesome! I have a sensitivity to flouride. It somehow affects my thyroid negatively and makes me physical sick, so I can’t drink tap or regular filtered water. I drink water all day everyday, and it has to be filtered by reverse osmosis.
Most water filter devices in fridges and Brita don’t use reverse osmosis so I can’t use that water to drink or make ice. I have to make ice using bottled water in trays which is annoying and irritating. I finally bought this and wasn’t sure about one of the reviews which stated that it was “soft ice” and melts rather quickly and doesn’t keep drinks cold for long.
That may be the case if you’re using regular cups and room temperature drinks. But I use an insulated bottles all day and I figured I’d try keeping a cold bottle of water in fridge so the ice would last longer.
AND - I did notice the bullet ice cubes are thinner than I expected and the ice stayed in my insulated cup for hours. Also, it comes with an ice bag, which keeps the ice from melting. I just kept emptying the basket when it was full into the provided bag (it will stop making ice when it’s full, so you have to empty it if you want it to keep making ice).
I now have a big bag of ice I can use without having to crack and twist trays lol:) I LOVE THIS THING! I’ve only had it a day so hopefully it keeps going strong for a while 😁!" — Rebeca Kirk

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4. AGLUCKY - Best for Portability


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Highlight: Produces 9 ice cubes within only 6-8 minutes, and up to 26.5 pounds of ice per day.

Helpful review: "I purchased this AGLUCKY countertop ice maker almost 4 months ago. I live in a small lakeside cottage and the kitchen doesn't allow for a refrigerator large enough to contain an ice maker. Keeping up with ice cube trays, especially when entertaining, was a challenge I was just done with.
I also don't have a lot of counter space but since this unit has a fairly small footprint, I was willing to at least test sacrificing counter space in exchange for giving up ice cube trays.
When I bought this, it was on sale. Even so, I hesitated to purchase it because several 1-star reviews stated it stopped working after 30 days and customer service was non-existent. Seeing several of the same 1-star complaints is always a red flag to me. But - because of the price and because of my total annoyance with ice cube trays I took the plunge. I am happy to say that almost 4 months in and we are still going strong. I use this regularly 1 -2 times a week. I fill it and make a full "batch" of ice cubes and when done, I leave the lid open to dry out and unplug the unit until I need it again.
The ice cubes are very wet so if used directly out of the machine they are not long-lasting cubes and if placed directly into an ice bin in the freezer they become a big clump. To avoid this, I keep a gallon zip lock bag in my freezer and each time the basket is full of ice, I empty it into the bag and lay it flat in the freezer.
When the next batch is ready I shake the bag to break up the cubes, dump them into the ice bin and repeat the process.
One complete fill of water in the ice maker makes enough ice to fill the ice bin in my freezer. When I have the amount of ice I need, I open the lid and unplug the unit until next time. While the whole zip lock bag process may sound involved to some, to me it still beats dealing with ice cube trays. I unplug the unit only because that is the manufacturer recommendation for my Vitamix and it just makes sense to me to not run electronics when not in use for long periods of time.
The "cubes" are only about 1/3 the size of a regular ice cube. The size is nice for filling water bottles and for cocktails. And yes, it really does make ice cubes within the promised 9 minutes. Of course, it isn't a great number of cubes but is ice in 9 minutes as advertised.
I am very very happy with my purchase and have recommended it to several of my friends. I would definitely buy again." — Jason Beck

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5. GoveeLife - Best Smart Option


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Highlight: Controled remotely via App.

Helpful review: "I never would have guessed that the most difficult part of having smart devices throughout the house would be finding unique names for all of them. I had a perfectly functional Frigidaire ice maker almost identical to this with one exception... It did not connect to WiFi. And I realized that it was a problem. Because I would get home, turn it on, and then have to wait for the ice to be made before I could use it. I am not a "plan ahead" person, or I wouldn't need an ice machine, I could use ice trays…
Now, I can open my app and turn it on before I leave work, and have ice ready when I get home. Or I can tell Alexa to turn on Roxanne while I'm doing something in one part of the house and have it ready when I'm ready for it. This one also has a cleaning mode which is great. It even gives you a reminder in the app when you've been running it a while a d might want to run a cleaning cycle.
My only issue is I can't really see any difference between the ice sizes, but that could just be me. I don't care what size the ice is. I tend to leave it on small and it's still a decent sized cube.
MY NEIGHBOR’S REVIEW:
I've been using this ice maker every day for the last month and a half and really enjoy having the ability to turn the ice maker on when I'm out of the house so I can come home to fresh ice. I do have a few issues, the first is just based on how the ice is made. It takes nearly thirty minutes to get enough ice to be able to cool down a 32 ounce bottle of water since the ice isn't very thick even at the largest setting.
Another issue I have is that even though it has only been a month the on button has started delaminating for lack of a better word. It still works fine, but makes me question the longevity a bit.
Finally, the single most annoying thing for me is that there is no good place to put the ice scoop. They could’ve easily added a place on the side of the ice maker to hang it so it was always on hand when needed, but there is nothing to do that with. So, currently I just leave it in the machine and it has caused the ice maker to read that it is full when in reality the ice just got caught on the scoop. Yes, I could just put it beside the ice maker, but I have a cat who likes to steal anything she can so I'm worried it'll get dragged away." — Collin McGowan

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6. CROWNFUL - Best for Small Spaces


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Highlight: This ice maker has a stylish and chic design. Its compact size makes it perfect to set up on your counters or tabletops. It is ideal to use indoors or outdoors for parties and events.

Helpful review: "I love this little ice maker! The ice maker in the main fridge/freezer broke many moons ago, and since I’ve been working from home (Office had an ice maker/water machine), the lack of ice in abundance had me sweating.
The first time I opened it and set it up, I cleaned it with water and vinegar very well. I let it sit on the counter for approx 4.5 hours per the instructions (and a little bit more since I read horrific reviews of the machine suddenly not working). I made sure there’s nothing within 10-12 inches of the exhaust fan area. I did have to run the water/ice maker for a few batches until all the vinegar flavor got out. Once it did, there was edible ice! I scoop it into a freezer gallon ziplock bag and keep it in the freezer.
The ice cubes do come out a little wet but it makes sense since it’s not a cooler or freezer, but literally just an ice maker. The ice isn’t meant to sit in the basket all day. It makes a set of maybe 6-9 pieces of ice (don’t remember) every approx 15 mins. I’ve learned I am able to leave it running for about 1.5-2 hours before I have to empty the entire basket into a gallon ziplock bag and place it in the freezer. If starting with bottled water filled to the max level, it’ll last about two whole baskets-full.
Like others, I don’t recommend letting the water run out which will cause it to blink that water is empty, since too many times of that could cause the motor to overheat and burn out or whatever. Pro tip: when transferring ice to the ziplock bag, roll all of the air out, zip it closed, and spread the ice flat. Then you can either place it in the freezer flat or fold the bag in half depending on size and space in your freezer. This helps a bit to keep the ice from freezing in big lumps when storing away, or waiting to add in the next batch of ice.
So far I’ve had this for a few months now and I can’t be without it, unless I get a new built-in ice maker in my next new fridge/freezer. I will note that yes, the return policy sucks since basically there is no return policy. That was the only thing that made me so cautious of buying this.
I believe I bought extra insurance on it if that was an option... Amazon wants customers to take up issues with the manufacturer. I hope to never have to experience that *crosses fingers*." — Karin

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7. VIVOHOME - Best Light Indicator


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Highlight: Compact design performs well on any occasion; perfect for RVs, boats, kitchens, tea shops, KTVs, offices, bars, restaurants, parties, gatherings, holidays, etc...

Helpful review: "This is a neat little unit that's quiet, fast, and compact. I'm the only one who uses it, but I'm never without ice now (and I use a lot of it). The reason I'm never without ice is because of the rapid rate at which it produces ice cubes, not because of the amount of finished cubes it stores.
The unit fills - and therefore stops making - cubes after it fills with about 75 small-sized cubes, which should be fine for a family of four. The reason I say this is because the advert states some huge amount is produced in 24-hours, but that's only if you continuously empty the bin. If you're planning a huge party in the middle of summer, you'd probably be better off just buying bags of ice.
Setup is idiot-proof - plug in, fill with water, and wait about ten minutes before your first cubes start to fall. The unit makes two different sizes of cubes - Small and Large. The small cubes are about the size of my thumb tip and the large cubes are about 50% larger.
The cubes are formed by a rod that freezes water around them, so all cubes have a hole in the middle. This can be either good or bad; the hole increases surface area, so the ice melts, and the drink chills, faster. I guess the only complaint I have is that because of its compact size, it's difficult to get the supplied scoop and your hand together into the bin to remove them. I'm thinking of removing the handle from the scoop... or just using my fingers. Altogether I'm very pleased with this product."
FRIEND'S UPDATE:
"The manual does not provide instructions on how to activate the cleaning cycle, however, it is very easy. With the appliance in stand-by mode, press and hold the power button (3-5 seconds) until the device turns on.
Release the button and the ice maker is now in cleaning mode. It will circulate the water, but the compressor will not come on and no ice is made during the cleaning cycle. The cleaning mode will continue to run until the device is manually turned off.
I use a water/distilled, white vinegar solution for cleaning and then, after draining the vinegar solution, run the cleaning cycle again with plain, filtered water from my countertop water filter and I recommend always using filtered water. It takes about 6 - 6.5 minutes to make a badge of ice." — Manny Wright

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8. Euhomy - Best for Tech Dummies


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Highlight: East-to-Clean stainless steel surface.

Helpful review: "I bought this machine because the ice-maker built into our fridge died. It worked pretty well for about 9 months. Cleaning it is a bit of a pain, but doable (mostly, more later).
The problem we had was that it sprung a leak about 8 months in.
At first it was a slow leak, and then it was fast, and then it was so fast that it couldn't make ice any more, and we couldn't really abide all the water running out onto the counter. When I opened it up I found the pictured hose, nestled tightly into a void between the coils of the refrigeration mechanism and the fan. The hose was completely compromised at the hottest point.
More to the point, it was, despite all of our religious cleaning of this thing, seemingly filled with mold or some other black substance. I don't really know what to do about this. We followed the cleaning protocol in the manual, and I don't want to put more powerful solvents through it, not knowing what it might do to the pumps, but that hose looks nasty, to me anyway.
I ordered some .25" OD food-grade silicone tubing off Amazon, and fixed it, but this seems like a fundamental design flaw. So, generally speaking, it does what it claims, but I have questions about some of the design decisions and materials choices.
MY UPDATE:
The company addressed our issue, offering to send us parts, and giving us a partial refund. So, to give credit where credit is due: There was an issue, but they resolved the issue, and did so in a timely manner." — Zachary V. Smith

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9. Igloo - Best for Self-Cleaning


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Highlight: Convenient and compact in size, this ice maker looks good on a countertop while producing ice whenever or wherever you need it.

Helpful review: "I have owned two other brands of these counter top ice cube makers for 5 years and both had negatives... but this model does not have them.
The self cleaning this machine has is really important. Without it, I had to wipe it down with a vinegar solution and the little screen that sits at the bottom of the water tank would get dirty and I had to use a brush. Then I had to pick up the heavy machine and try to pour out everything. A lot of trouble--but if I didn't clean it--the ice could get nasty. Now I can flush the unit with a bleach or vinegar solution (the booklet tells you the ration to use) as much as I want.
The handle on the machine helps me lift it easily to put away or under the counter. Also, to drain it fully, you need to tilt these machines when emptying. If you don't tilt it, it will leave a pool of water inside to mold if you don't wipe it down for storage or down time. The handle helps tilting it for draining.
The control buttons are located on a non-moving part of the machine. The last machine I had to throw away after 2 years because the on-off button malfunctioned. The machine worked, it just stopped responding whenever you pushed the on/off button. The on-off and all other buttons were in the top lid that was constantly being lifted and moved.
I believe the malfunction was caused by being in a constantly moveable part!
This Igloo machine has similar buttons but they are located in a stationary part of the machine--and not the lid. The ice is very high quality and comes out faster than in the other similar machines I had. Compared to the other ice machines I've had which are similar to this one--this one beats them all hands down. Very happy with it." — S. Bay

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10. Frigidaire XL - Best for Clear Cubes


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Highlight: Its reservoir sits below the ice basket and produce up to 40 lbs. of clear squared ice cubes per day.

Helpful review: "I searched for a counter-top ice machine when my refrigerator ice maker failed and I really didn’t like the ice it made anyways – half moon, cloudy, sediment filled soft ice. The choice became chewable nuggets, more half moons or cubes.
Since I use ice primarily for iced tea, lemonade and cocktails, I wanted clear cubes. Hence, this was my choice and I picked Frigidaire for the brand. My choice was also influenced by the ratings. However, I read all the negative reviews as well.
UNBOXING:
Mine arrived undamaged with no signs of prior delivery, unpacking or use. It was new. Unpacking was easy. It’s good looking.
MANUAL:
Poorly written, confusing, and only makes sense after playing with the machine.
PLASTIC ICE SCOOP:
Awkward to use when retrieving ice and can’t break up the sheets of cubes. I replaced it with stainless steel ice tongs.
SET-UP:
I waited the recommend hour of upright standing before I plugged it in. I filled the top tank with bottled drinking water – not distilled. I positioned it on my counter with plenty of breathing space behind it. It does put out warm air in the back when making ice.
SOUND LEVEL:
Surprisingly very quiet. Also, the machine only runs when it is in the producing cycle.
ICE PRODUCT:
It makes clear sheets of 24 ice cubes, each cube 7/8” square. The dimension of each cube remains constant, but you can change how full each cube is with a setting from -6 to +6. The +6 fills the cube completely but is a very solid sheet. The -6 you can poke your finger in the exposed, indented side (the only side that is not touching a cooling element). I chose +4 and like the result.
Ice making is fast, about 15 minutes a sheet on +4.
When the cycle completes, the sheets fall out of the freezing element into the bin (called harvesting) and generally remain intact, i.e., the cubes do not separate. The sheet of cubes, however, is easily broken with a small ice pick, knife handle or your ice tongs.
The ice is clear and cold and does not rapidly melt. It looks great in your drinks. It lasts.
Some people apparently just run the machine to make sheets of ice which they put in bags and put in their freezer and break up in the bag when they are going to be used. My intent is to keep the machine on and for it to constantly supply ice on demand. But I have also stored some sheets in my freezer in pint ziplocks.
ISSUES:
Sometimes the ice sheet does not fall all the way down if the bin is full or will trigger the “full bin” mechanism (stop making ice) even if the bin is not full. The mechanism is a lever the ice sheet is supposed to depress when it falls if the bin is full. This is easily rectified by just rearranging the ice in the bin.
However, you do have to check the machine occasionally for this. I had one occurrence when the frozen sheet did not completely separate from the freezing element yet triggered the full bin lever. The machine stopped making ice and the ice in the bin melted overnight, leaving water in the bottom of the ice bin.
SOLUTION:
Move the partially melted sheet to the bin and the ice making resumes, quickly using all the water in the bin for fresh ice.
ICONS:
There are 2 icons, one telling you the ice bin is full and that ice making has stopped and the other telling you to add water. The add water icon only goes on when there is no water in the back reservoir where you add water nor in the bottom tank. Melted ice water is recycled from the bottom tank to make new ice.
TIMER:
There is a timer function, but I have no idea why anyone would use it.
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE:
The displayed temperature is warmest when making ice and coldest when not. It has nothing to do with room temperature. Not sure what it is for.
USEFUL LIFE:
I don’t see any indication of the machine being short-lived. But I bought the $20 four year warranty just in case.
BOTTOM LINE:
It makes cold, clear, cubed ice. The small inconveniences of having to break up the ice sheets or monitor the machine are worth it. Next best alternative: bagged Crystal ice from the grocery store." — Robert Lee

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11. NewAir - Best Ice-Size Options


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Highlight: Amazingly fresh-tasting ice.

Helpful review: "The rental house I am in doesn't have an ice maker in the refrigerator. It was the best choice out of all the rentals I looked at the last time I moved and since I don't use ice every day, I decided it was something I could easily live without.
I started out using bags of ice from the store, which works OK. Then I decided that it would be nice to have an icemaker in the house, so I looked at portable ice makers. I'm not sure how difficult it would be to run a water line to where the refrigerator is and really don't want to go to that much trouble since I do rent this house.
A portable ice maker is easy to set up and can go with me when I move. Having had an excellent experience with the NewAir AIC-210 Commercial Grade 1 Quart Ice Cream & Sorbet Maker, I put the NewAir brand at the top of my list when I looked at portable ice makers. I finally settled on the Newair AI-215SS Stainless Steel Portable Ice Maker with 50 Lbs. Daily Capacity because I liked its features and I liked it's high daily capacity.
The unit has a self-cleaning cycle, which I very much appreciate. My sister used to have a portable ice maker, but it did not self-clean and she said it was really difficult to do manually with her model (I don't know what brand she had.) I put the self-cleaning cycle on, using the manual's recommended solution of one part water to one part white vinegar.
After running it through a cleaning cycle with the vinegar solution, I ran a cycle with clear water to rinse it. The procedure is very similar to using a vinegar solution to clean a coffeemaker. After both the vinegar solution cycle and the fresh water cycle, I set the appliance on the edge of the kitchen sink, aiming the drain plug to empty the unit into the sink.
At the end, I had to tilt the ice maker a little to get the last of the liquid out. Draining it might be a little easier if the drain plug were placed underneath the unit, but I'm not sure if that is mechanically feasible. Still, it wasn't hard to drain it, although I do think there is room for improvement.
Once it had been freshly cleaned, I filled it with fresh water and set it to make medium-sized ice cubes. The window on the top lid allows you to watch it make ice cubes, which is only exciting for about a minute. Mostly it is nice to simply see what stage the cycle is in.
The ice maker comes with a basket to catch the ice in after it has made, and an ice scoop for serving it. Both of these items can be run through the dishwasher on the top rack, but they were also very easy to hand wash.
I filled a couple of large zip style bags with ice ( Hefty One Zip 2.5 Gallon Jumbo Bags 16ct (pack of 2) ) and stored one in the upright freezer in the garage and the other in the kitchen freezer for serving. The bags are easy to handle and can be zipped up to protect the ice. I also like that I can write the date I made the ice on the bags.
The maker produces bullet-shaped cubes that fit nicely in most glasses and work wonderfully in most drinks. You can use this maker during parties if you want to keep ice going throughout the party rather than make a few batches beforehand.
While this machine does make ice cubes, it does not keep them frozen after it has made them. However, as the ice melts in the basket, holes in the basket allow the water to drain back into the water reservoir, recycling it to make another batch of ice bullets. I am very pleased with this ice maker. It does everything I want and has proven very reliable so far.
The only thing that would make it easier to make ice would be if it could be connected to a water line, but I really didn't want that feature because it would have required an installation I'd need help with. With the AI-215SS, I was able to unbox it and go with no assistance from anyone." — Jennifer A. Ray

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