18'' Nugget Ice Countertop Ice Maker
- CONTROL PANEL A -SILVER
- CONTROL PANEL B -SILVER
- CONTROL PANEL B -BLACK
Equipped with high-efficiency compressor: Utilize high-efficiency compressor technology to achieve faster and more efficient ice-making.
Chewable and delicious nugget ice type: Produce that ice for a satisfying drinking experience.
Two ways water refill: Support two different ways to refill water to meet various needs.
- Automatic self-cleaning: Keep your ice maker clean and hygienic without any manual effort with the automatic self-cleaning function.
I was hesitant because we have a separate counter ice machine that did not produce Sonic ice. This is the genuine article! Our previous one was also quite noisy. This one, however, is not! The only issue I have is figuring out how to replenish the base. Overall, I'd give it a 9/10 because of the base and the fact that it has to be pulled away from our wall in order for the lid to stay up. Overall, I'm pleased!
Larger than I anticipated, but it fits beautifully on the counter next to our refrigerator.
Nothing struck me as particularly appealing. I enjoy the small nugget ice. This machine is fantastic.
Excellent ice maker. The cleaning mode is not silent. Still excellent chewing ice. We add filtered water from the refrigerator on a daily basis because we go through it. Always filled with ice.
It makes fantastic ice. Simple to use!
My spouse enjoys chomping on ice, especially soft and tiny Sonic ice. This ice machine does exactly that. He's notoriously difficult to buy for, so when he claimed this was the finest birthday present he'd ever received, I knew I'd won the best wife award. This machine is so simple to use that the only complaint I have is the tiny noise it makes when manufacturing ice, but what ice machine doesn't? The noise is kept to a minimum and is not distracting. This ice machine comes highly recommended by me.
For 5 months, the ice maker functioned flawlessly. The ice machine began to make a loud noise and then stopped working.
This was a birthday present from my husband, and I couldn't be happier! I'm a huge fan of nugget ice! I was tempted to acquire the more costly one that so many others had, but after reading the reviews, I'm glad I opted with this one! It's fantastic.
The Euhomy Model 1102, which I bought a few months ago, makes excellent nugget ice. While there are a lot of nugget ice makers on the market, please keep in mind that if they are difficult to clean and drain, you won't enjoy using them as much. The Euhomy has a clean mode that circulates water through the machine without using the condenser, making it very simple to clean. The machine's ease of draining is also crucial. It is simple to disconnect the two tubes that connect on the back and drain the machine. I replace the basket, turn on the machine, and fill the bottom with filtered water up to the max line to make ice. The machine makes ice by freezing water in little cylinders, then, at that point, pushing the frozen chamber of ice up to the highest point of the machine, where it severs little pieces the frozen chamber of ice, and they fall into the container. Within 10 to 15 minutes, it begins to form ice. When the ice is cut and pushed, as well as when it falls into the bin below, I can hear a slight squeaking. The sound level is no stronger than my cooler. If the bin is full, as well as if there is no more water in it, it will shut off by itself. Before the water freezes, a UV sanitation light further cleans it. The ice is delicious. Being able to leave the machine unattended for two hours is very convenient; it will simply continue to make ice. (Most of the time, I have to unload one of my other machines.) Using the scoop that comes with the machine, you can use the ice right away. However, I like to refill the water and empty the ice bin into bags about every two hours. The bags are kept frozen. Please be aware that the ice will combine to freeze, but I have a solution: After the bag has frozen, wrap it in a towel and hammer it lightly. The bag will be shielded from the ice by the towel, and the shock will break it apart into pretty frozen nuggets. Because the nuggets will remain in this manner once separated, you only need to do this once. There is only one flaw in the procedure, and I have an easy fix for it. At the point when you eliminate the ice plate to place into pack or to add water to the machine, while the plate is out, chunks of ice will keep on dropping into the water tank beneath. Even though there are only a few of them, they are priceless, and I don't want to lose them. As a result, I have inserted a quarter-inch-thick piece of dense packing foam (not styrofoam) measuring 2 by 3 inches into the slide where the ice exits. There are little scores incorporated into the machine which will hold the froth entirely set up and keep the ice from dropping into the water tank. After that, you can reposition the tray, fill the bucket with water, and empty it into a bag. At the point when you eliminate the froth a moment later, the chunks that were briefly caught will simply fall into the plate. The foam should not be left in the machine! When I'm done using the machine, I always disconnect the back tubes to get rid of the water. This is simple and maintains machine cleanliness.