The party’s going great, but ice is running low. It’s times like these that you wish you had an instant ice machine to save the drinks (and the party). Well, your wish has just come true with the Portable Ice Cube Maker.
Capable of making 12 cubes every nine minutes, the Ice Cube Maker can also do two different sizes of its crystalline bullet-shape cubes. Just select your size option on the control panel – it is really that simple! You can easily monitor the ice making process through the inspection window, and automatic sensors will let you know when the water level is low. A convenient water drainage plug lets water out of the machine easily.
The entire countertop unit comprises a eco-friendly casing for durability and has non-slip feet to keep it firmly in place. The large fan keeps the heat dissipated effectively without causing any bother. Not least, the Ice Maker is suitable for both home and commercial use thanks to its quiet operation.
Don’t let the heat put on a damper on your summer bash and keep the cool drinks flowing with the Portable Ice Cube Maker. Get yours today!
Portable countertop design
Compressor refrigeration system
High efficiency and energy saving
12 ice cubes every 9 minutes
12 stainless steel evaporator spikes
Up to 20kg of ice every 24 hours
2.6L water tank
2 ice cube sizes
Simple control panel
Full ice indicator
Water shortage indicator
Large heat dissipation fan
Convenient water drainage plug
Removable ice bucket and ice scoop
Suitable for home and commercial use
Type: Countertop ice maker
Power voltage: 220-240V/50-60Hz
Power rating: 150W
Water tank capacity: 2.6L
Ice making capacity: 20kg/24hr
Ice bin capacity: 0.9kg
Cycle: 12 cubes per 9 minutes
Ice size: Small/Large
Overall dimensions: 36.5cm x 25cm x32cm
Assembly required: No
Number of packages: 1
1 x Ice Maker
1 x Ice Scoop
1 x User Manual
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