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Best Clear Ice Makers for 2016 (Reviews/Ratings/Prices)

by Danny Nguyen

If you are planning a large-scale kitchen renovation and like to entertain, chances are you are planning to have an ice maker in your kitchen plan.

Most refrigerators feature an ice maker, but it can only produce up to 15 pounds of cloudy ice per day.

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Topics: Sub-Zero, Scotsman, Clear Ice Makers, True Refrigerators

U-Line vs. Scotsman Clear Ice Makers (Reviews/Ratings/Prices)

by Neil Katz

I have been working in the appliance industry for many years. I found out that people are very particular about what kind of ice cubes you put in there drinks.

We now have a working display of ice cube makers, so you can actually see the cubes. Scotsman and U-Line are two of the best.

There are actually major differences in the way that these machines produce your ice.

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Topics: U-Line, Scotsman, Clear Ice Makers

U-Line vs. Marvel Clear Icemakers (Reviews/Ratings/Prices)

by Paul Gillis

When you call someone to ask them what they need you to bring the party or to that special occasion, more often than not, some say, just bring yourself. You can always bring a few bags of ice as they are always needed.

However, your good intentions and thoughts can often lead to a leaky bag in your car on the way over, or there will be no room in the Refrigerator or coolers for it. Many times the bag will break open and make a mess when you’re trying to break the blocks of ice. Drinks are better with ice, but not a dirty clunk of ice from a cooler at someone’s backyard barbecue. Now you can even buy icemakers with clear, not cloudy ice cubes.

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Topics: Marvel, Ice Makers, U-Line, Clear Ice Makers

The Difference Between Regular and Clear Ice Makers (Reviews/Ratings)

by Paul Groux

An undercounter icemaker is a great way to have extra ice available for drinks, parties and even for icing down injuries. There are two types of icemakers, clear and regular, both kinds need a 120 volt power source and a water connection. They are different from the icemakers inside your freezer because they produce more ice on a daily basis with a better quality of ice.

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Topics: Marvel, Sub-Zero, Ice Makers, U-Line, Clear Ice Makers

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