Igloo Portable Countertop Ice Maker

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Igloo Portable Countertop Ice Maker
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  • Produces up to 26 lbs. of ice in 24 hours
  • Compressor cooling
  • Adjustable cube size
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    About this item

    You can make ice cubes for parties or hot summer days within a few minutes with the Igloo Ice 102 Portable Ice Maker. Its compact and contemporary design makes it easy to transport and stylish to display. With 2.0 lbs capacity of ice cube basket, this Igloo ice maker saves space in your freezer for other food. It features a 3.1L capacity water reservoir that can make up to 26lbs of ice in 24 hours. You need not drain the melted ice as it drains back to the reservoir. This countertop ice machine features the compressor cooling system and operates at low noise. The modern design and adjustable cube size add to the unique functionality of this Countertop Ice Machine.

    About this item

    You can make ice cubes for parties or hot summer days within a few minutes with the Igloo Ice 102 Portable Ice Maker. Its compact and contemporary design makes it easy to transport and stylish to display. With 2.0 lbs capacity of ice cube basket, this Igloo ice maker saves space in your freezer for other food. It features a 3.1L capacity water reservoir that can make up to 26lbs of ice in 24 hours. You need not drain the melted ice as it drains back to the reservoir. This countertop ice machine features the compressor cooling system and operates at low noise. The modern design and adjustable cube size add to the unique functionality of this Countertop Ice Machine.


    Igloo Portable Countertop Ice Maker:

    • Ice maker produces up to 26-pounds of ice in 24-hours
    • Water reservoir: 3.1L
    • Noise: 42DB
    • Power: 160W
    • Ice cube basket capacity: 2.0-pounds
    • Compressor cooling
    • Ice maker features an adjustable cube size

    Specifications

    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: ICE102-SILVER
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 19.95
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 17.1 x 15.0 x 17.0
    Walmart No.: 7425424
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    Customer Reviews | 249 reviews | 4.2 out of 5

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    4/2/2014

    Customer review by BonKrs

    5.0 stars 4/2/2014 by BonKrs
    by BonKrs

    If you have never had a portable ice maker, you need to understand that they are not refrigerated Once the ice is made and falls into the ice bucket, it starts to melt. The unit is insulated so the ice lasts for hours and what melts gets reused to make other ice cubes. Portable ice makers make ice best when the air temperature around the unit is cool, as in an air conditioned room. Outside in the sun, the ice will take longer to form and melt faster. It is also best if you use cold water rather instead of room temp. water. I usually use cold water, keep the ice bucket out of the unit and then allow the first few loads of ice to dump down into the water to help keep it cold. When the ice in the water is gone, I allow a few more loads to dump down into the water. My old ice maker, a different brand, had a small metal bar that would get cold when the ice bucket was full and the unit would stop making ice. After you dumped the ice out, you would have to keep your finger on the bar to warm it up before it would start making ice again. This unit has a light sensor. As soon as the ice is not blocking the sensor, the unit starts making ice. That's a really nice feature. I have not had this ice maker for very long, and in fact I bought two of them, but I had both of them making ice for several days in a row to test them out and they both did well.

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    BonKrs
    Maryland
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:A few times per year
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    Works as expected
    1/22/2014

    Customer review by mkjk98273

    5.0 stars 1/22/2014 by mkjk98273
    by mkjk98273

    So far so good. Takes up very little counter space vs other models, & also the shape of the ice produced holds form/doesn't melt as fast as others (which I never even considered until I noticed the difference between how quickly store bought melts vs this). All & all, happy with my choice. Just a note- bought one through Amazon 1st as a Christmas gift. Great price, but defective. Amazon refunded all but, a little bit of a headache & the cost was actually lower through Wal-Mart (capacity lower, but unless you own a restaurant...) In addition if I have a problem, Wal-Mart is down the street...no S&H. Very satisfied

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    mkjk98273
    Mount Vernon, Wa.
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every few days
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    DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT
    4/23/2014

    Customer review by Mestory

    1.0 stars 4/23/2014 by Mestory
    by Mestory

    Owned this ice maker for 45 days. It has already quit working. Ice full light is on, but there is no ice in basket. Called Igloo. They do not make this product, they do not warranty this product, and provide no service for this product. It is made by Curtis Intl out of Canada. Their call center is overseas and you will not be able to understand them, after making multiple calls where you sit on hold for 15+ minutes and get hung up on. When you do get to someone, they had me try ridiculous things that did not work. In the end, I was told to ship it to Canada at my expense with the receipt, and they will decide if they will cover it under warranty. Started doing better research on this icemaker and have found several complaints about quality of product, several owners had to "rig" the icemaker parts to keep it working after a couple of months, as no one can deal with Curtis Intl. I only use the ice maker a few times a week when I want to brew my coffee/tea in my Keruig over ice.

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    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every few days
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    by shopper 12/26/2012
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    • A. You can leave ice in the basket but make sure you use some of it every now and then when the red indicator light comes on to say basket full. Let it make more ice to keep it rotating.
      by gregsgirl396/24/2013
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    • A. The ice must be removed and placed in the freezer. Otherwise, it will simply melt back into the reservoir.
      by Grubby26/24/2013
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    • A. I make the ice then use freezer bags and freeze them and always have ice on hand.
      by srgtslady6/24/2013
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    • A. It will not keep it frozen as it is not a freezer. It works like a ice chest. I use the ice quickly enough that I don't need to put it in a freezer, however if you are wanting to make a bunch of ice for a party, I would definitely put it in the freezer.
      by nenamel6/24/2013
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    • A. The ice must be removed and placed in the freezer. It will melt and soften if left in the bin a long time.
      by WebDesignProfessor1/12/2013
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    • A. Nope does not stay frozen. It is junk.
      by nicksfornaught6/30/2015
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    • A. Does not keep ice frozen. When the basket gets close to being full, I dump the ice in a gallon-size freezer bag and put in the freezer until the basket is almost full again.
      by vicki15576/24/2013
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    • A. it will not keep the ice frozen... as it melts the water is re-used for new ice cubes... it can be "harvested" and put in the freezer if more than two or three glasses need to be filled with ice...
      by okiewade5/13/2013
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    • A. It keeps ice for a short length of time. We empty the basket into a large zipper freezer bag, place it in the freezer to harden. When the next batch of ice is ready, remove the freezer bag and break apart the ice in the bag by hitting it slightly. We then dump it into the ice compartment of the freezer and repeat.
      by jlabelle1/1/2013
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    • A. It won't keep it frozen.
      by OldGuide12/31/2012
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    by Moabgirl 5/28/2011
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    • A. No. You can use filtered water if you want, simply by using a filter on your tap and filling it from the tap with the filter installed. I have an osmosis system installed in my sink, and use the water from that to fill it.
      by cmccance12/24/2014
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    • A. No, You'll have to use filtered water in the unit if you want the clearest cube possible.
      by Helensboy8/27/2012
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    • A. No filter, but its not conected to a water sorce. You have to add the water manualy, so just used filtered water.
      by McDaddyAl8/25/2012
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    • A. I do not see anywhere that you could add a filter. There may be a filter already inside it somewhere, but if so, it is not replaceable.
      by mann53398/14/2012
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    • A. Not that I see, and no mention of one in the instruction booklet.
      by Scooter194/29/2012
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    • A. No. Not that I can locate.
      by Horsegal74711/23/2011
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    • A. No but you can use filtered water
      by AuthorRDK12/2/2011
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    • A. It is not attached to a hose, so you can just use filtered water.
      by TXCowgirl5512/2/2011
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    • A. No filter. You would have to filter your water before pouring it into the unit if you want filtered ice.
      by campingbound7/11/2011
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    • A. No filter. The water is poured in a reservoir that sits under the basket that the ice is dumped into. Since I want "clean" ice to put in my drinking water, I use spring water in the reservoir to make the ice. The reservoir holds a little less than a gallon of water -- about 3/4 or so of a gallon.
      by Lubbockscatwoman11/1/2011
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    by djbroncos1999 8/21/2012
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    • A. you add filtered, bottled or tap water to the marked "Max" line inside...
      by okiewade1/1/2013
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    • A. Just add water when it indicates.
      by Traffic2345412/20/2012
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    • A. U have to just fill the unit manually
      by wsteffes10/26/2012
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    • A. You just add water when it tells you to.
      by Disappointed20122210/26/2012
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    • A. You just pour the water into the ice hole, I mean you pick up the ice basket and there is the resivour
      by cheyleader10/21/2012
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    • A. You just add water. No water line hooup at all.
      by cmccance10/19/2012
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    • A. Just add enought water ( 1/2 gallon ) and turn it on. Ice wont be keep frozen and will pour the melting water to the container to be recycled to make more ice. See the video... it explains itself..
      by An anonymous customer1/7/2013
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    • A. You just add water to the fill line inside the ice maker and it will make alot of ice. When you are through with using the ice maker empty the water out of the ice maker by the plug on the bottom and dry the rest out.
      by DihardWalmartShopper4911/29/2012
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    • A. You lift the door and add water to it. There is a max fill line. There is a light that lights up when the water is out.
      by jaborti11/29/2012
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    • A. No water lines needed. just fill the reservourwith water, replce the ice bucket, close the lid, slect cube size, push power button, and watch it go to town.
      by Helensboy9/3/2012
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