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Igloo Portable Countertop Ice Maker ICE102 - White

Walmart # 7425417

Igloo Portable Countertop Ice Maker ICE102 - White

Walmart # 7425417
$89.99$89.99
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Product highlights

  • Produces up to 26 lbs. of ice in 24 hours
  • Compressor cooling
  • Adjustable cube size
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    About This Item

  • Produces up to 26 lbs. of ice in 24 hours
  • Compressor cooling
  • Adjustable cube size
  • Customer Reviews
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    Great ice maker for camping trips and parties.

    This ice maker is exactly what we expected it to be from the reviews we read online. This works great for making ice for drinks and your cooler while camping. The only thing we have noticed is the two ice settings small and large make almost the same size cubes. This may not be ideal for large parties as it may not be able to keep up with producing enough. A batch of ice takes 8 minutes and makes 9 ice cubes. We start making it an hour before we need it and it keeps up just fine. I would reccommend this for anyone who has small parties and for camping trips.

    Functions as advertised

    Pretty cool machine and a good price compared to similar brands. Works perfect for a family of 2-3. More than that and the ice making speed would not be able to catch up. I would recommend this product where a fridge with an ice maker is not possible. My wife is lazy and never refills the ice trays to put back in the freezer. This product is perfect for a man who loves ice and has a lazy roommate or significant other.

    Ice is a must have

    This is a great product that I have enjoyed having on my camping trips. I no longer have to bring a cooler along to carry ice because my camper freezer is to small for food and ice trays. It's easy to use and takes up very little space in my travel trailer. I love this product.

    Bought the Red Igloo Ice Maker

    Easy setup, just take out of box and plug in wall outlet. This sits on my counter top in my kitchen and whenever I am in the kitchen for an extended amount of time I will turn machine on to make ice to replenish the ice bin in the freezer. The first time you use it and that means anytime you go to use it the first two batches of ice will be very small and kind of melted thereafter it's the normal good hard frozen cubes. It does take about the 10 minutes or so to make a batch of 9 large cubes after the first two batches. My son turned the machine on and refilled the water periodically and ran the machine for about 10 hrs straight or so by the end of that 10 hrs it filled our ice bin up with the equivalent of an 8 pound bag of ice. I'm happy with the machine. Picture 1 is inside view with collection basket in place..metals prongs are where the ice magic happens and below the basket is where you fill up reservoir with water. 2nd picture is of the large ice cubes in our ice bin.

    Great little Ice Maker

    I purchashed this for my daughter and the Magic Chef for myself. The Igloo is a lot smaller with a smaller reservoir for both Ice and Water. The Igloo is a lot quiter than the Magic Chef and keeps up with her needs. It only has 2 different ice sizes. If I were to purchase another I would get the Magic Chef, even though it makes quit a bit of noise when running, I like the larger Ice bin and the larger water reservoir plus it makes 3 different size cubes. They both work great and I would recommend either. The Igloo has a lot smaller footprint and takes less space and I will probably get one for my motorhome this summer. Both seem to produce the same amount of ice, but if you have a large family and use a lot at a time, I would go with the Magic Chef. If space and noise are an issue then the Igloo. Hopes this review helps in your decision.

    Looks good, works well

    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.

    Love the ease of this ice maker.

    This is so easy to use. Pull out of box, clean, plug in, add water and it does the rest. It lets you know what size of cube (small and large), if the ice bin is full and if it needs more water. I bought this as a gift for my 82 year old mother and she loves how easy it is. It makes more than enough for her and she keeps putting ice a snack up in her freezer!

    Works as expected

    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

    Good features, great size for limited space

    We have enjoyed our new compact ice maker. The cubes melt a little quicker because they have a hole in the center. Doesn't take long to fill the basket with ice, makes about 9 cubes every 7 minutes and a light comes on to let you know when the basket is full and also when the water is out. The ice in our older side by side freezer/refrigerator started tasting like an old freezer smells. This ice maker works perfect for us. I like the fact you can make the ice you need and then turn it off. I make ice and put the cubes in quart freezer bags and set them in the freezer. You can take out what you need and if the cubes stick together a quick rap of the quart bag on the counter top will break them apart. We are planning a trip in the RV soon and will take the ice maker along. You don't need to buy filtered water for it either. I am very satisfied with it.

    Nice ice maker for a two person home.

    We recently purchased a french door refrigerator only to discover the ice maker was extremely slow. We use a lot of ice throughout the day and were running out before evening, so we decided to try a countertop ice maker and see if that would help. After checking online several models at different stores we decided Walmart's price on the Igloo Portable Ice Maker was reasonable and reviews on it were mostly favorable. We have been making ice from day one, after reading some reviewers' suggestion to clean out the Igloo using vinegar water I did that. After making three batches of ice and throwing each one away, I then rinsed the inside throughly, added clean, fresh water and made our first usable batch of ice cubes. We have never experienced a bad smell or taste plus we are very pleased at how quickly we start getting ice. The cubes are small, even set on the large setting, but I am a big ice chewer and I love the size and texture of these cubes. We make enough ice to fill the ice holder in our refrigerator and then fill a large zip bag we keep in the freezer so we will have ice ready whenever the ice holder starts to get empty. We usually make ice about four to six hours every day and then turn the Igloo off. We've had it about two weeks and so far we are very happy with our purchase.
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