Thereye Countertop Nugget Ice Maker

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Thereye Countertop Nugget Ice Maker

Original price was: $499.99.Current price is: $339.99.

Thereye Countertop Nugget Ice Maker Price History

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Current Price $299.99 June 19, 2024
Highest Price $299.99 May 27, 2024
Lowest Price $299.99 May 27, 2024
Since May 27, 2024

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$299.99 May 27, 2024

Thereye Countertop Nugget Ice Maker Description

Peace of Mind with Modern Design:

This premium quality Thereye Countertop Nugget Ice Maker has a simple contemporary design and is perfect for home bars and kitchens. With its sturdy construction and stainless-steel exterior, you can rest assured that this ice maker will stay in great condition for years to come. With a 30 lbs daily ice making capacity, you can easily entertain a group of up to 10 people. Additionally, you can adjust the thickness of the ice produced so you never run low!

Saves Time & Effort:

This Ice Maker from Thereye saves time and effort — no need for excess trips to the store! The sleek and efficient design makes it easy to clean and maintain, and it takes just minutes to make enough ice for your entire family. Plus, the digital display lets you monitor the ice making process and alert you when the ice basket is full. With this sturdy machine, you can sit back and relax knowing that your ice will be ready in no time!

Endless Possibilities:

This Countertop Nugget Ice Maker opens up endless possibilities for creating special party drinks and slushies. Its fast ice making process ensures that everyone gets to enjoy icy cold beverages no matter the time of the day. Best of all, the wide range of flavors that can be used to create icy drinks means your guests can have their favorite beverages in an instant! With this Thereye Countertop Nugget Ice Maker, you can have your very own appletinis and frappuccinos in the comfort of your own home.

Features:

• Portable ice maker perfect for home bars, kitchens, game rooms, and more
• Produces up to 30 lbs of ice per day for reliable and long-lasting ice production
• Adjustable thickness of ice allows you to make ice cubes to your preferred preferences
• Digital display with simple control panel and alert notifications
• Metal cabinet with stainless-steel exterior for durability and superior heat retention
• Detachable ice bucket ensures easy cleaning and maintenance
• Quiet and efficient design allows for making large amounts of ice without making excess noise
• Classic and contemporary design that is small enough to fit almost anywhere

Thereye Countertop Nugget Ice Maker Specification

Product Dimensions

10 x 10 x 17 inches, 39.8 Pounds

Item model number

ER-IM03

Date First Available

January 1, 2022

Manufacturer

Thereye

Country of Origin

China

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Thereye Countertop Nugget Ice Maker Reviews (4)

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  1. Materiel Grrl

    I bought a Thereye Ice maker June 11, 2022. It was wonderful! Reasonably quiet, starts dropping ice into the catch basket in less than 10 minutes, it’s softer chewy ice than regular cubes, and it worked great…for 355 days. That’s when I saw a chunk of a metal blade (?) in my ice. I emailed the company, sent them a photo, and a few questions later about my amazon order number, what happened prior to the metal blade, etc. They shipped me a brand new replacement ice maker super fast! I highly recommend this ice machine! It’s reasonably priced, it works great…and if it doesn’t, just let them know! They want you to be happy. 🙂

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  2. Leslie

    As an aggressive ice chewer since my teens (I’m now 66), I had to stop because my dentist gave me a hard time and said I was losing my enamel from the hard ice that is typical from stores and from my ice-making refrigerator. We don’t have Sonic drive-ins near me so I never understood what all the fuss was about “soft ice.” But now, thanks to the ingenuity of manufacturers in China, there are quite a few counter-top ice-making units available that do, indeed, make “good ice” that is soft and chewable. So I read the reviews and features and decided on the Thereye, which had what I was looking for at a good price point. I am a very happy ice chewer again, and while I don’t imagine my dentist would completely endorse the practice, I can immediately tell that this softer ice is not a threat to the little enamel I have left! I only wish these machines had been available 30 years ago. As for the unit itself, it seems to be very well built — it’s heavy with lots of stainless steel and it feels like a substantial thing. The instructions are clear and simple — not many options, but then other than cleaning and making ice, I can’t imagine what you would need. Yes, the unit makes some noise, pretty much what I expected from listening to other commercial ice makers and the one built into my refrigerator. Do note that none of these units are actually freezers — they make ice, of course, but once it hits the holding tank, it is no longer kept frozen. But this machine is so well insulated that the ice lasts a long time — I’m almost always done consuming it before it melts. And, thanks to a clever design, all that happens when the ice does melt is that it goes back into the ice-making cycle again, so there is no excess or leftover water. The unit makes quite a bit of ice in one cycle, and it shuts off automatically if the ice tank fills up or the unit runs out of water. You can hook this particular machine up to a water line so you never have to fill it, but I’m fine with pouring in distilled water (recommended) from a bottle. Where I live distilled water is about $1 a gallon, so worth it to me — tap water has a lot more minerals and my city-supplied water doesn’t taste very good.

    You should clean the unit fairly often, especially if you are using tap water. There are ice-cleaning solutions for sale here on Amazon and they work much like coffee-maker descaler does. The cleaning cycle is easy to figure out.

    A few months into my constant ice-making, the unit developed a noise that I wasn’t sure was normal. A quick note to the manufacturer was met with an immediate reply and they stayed with me until we were able to get that to go away. It was obvious from the language they used, that I was going to get satisfaction no matter what. The unit carries with it a 12-month warranty.

    So if you like to chew ice or just want something for a tiki bar or for any other use, don’t be shy — pull the plug and get one of these units. You won’t be sorry. I am a very happy ice chewer again, even if the medical literature refers to the practice (which they call pagophagia, a form of pica disorder) a mental illness! I’d rather be a happy nut with good teeth than a frustrated one.

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  3. Materiel Grrl

    First, does it make pellet ice? Yes, it does! I hope for the long run I saved some money with this versus the more well known more expensive ice maker I could have purchased.
    The ice maker arrived last night and I went ahead and unpacked and set up to see how well it would work and fit.

    Packaging:

    This is the second largest box I’ve received from Amazon. The box is heavy as others indicated but I do appreciate the care in packing. The boxes alone were fairly heavy. I had a box inside of a box, inside of a padded box that housed the ice maker. It was fairly easy to lift out of the final box . The ice maker was in one piece, no dents or scratches and is operational.

    Size and placement of the Ice Maker:

    I measured twice but thought I could defy the laws of physics in getting the ice maker into place with part of it up under the upper cabinet. I have a trim piece under the cabinet and my measurements told me the portion of the ice maker that was taller could easily fit under the cabinet, I had 10 inches of area underneath and only needed about 8 to place the ice maker underneath before the front slant down. Thinking I could simply tilt the ice maker on its side and then stand up under the cabinet, I tried and failed. In the tilt up the body of the ice maker is way taller than the bottom of the actual cabinet. Unless I remove the trim, which would allow me to just slide it under the cabinet, it’s not going under the cabinet. I cannot move one solid object into or through another. Instead I turned it on the counter so I can access the ice and use other parts of the counter space on the other side. I will leave it here for now as this small counter area doesn’t serve a lot of functions.

    Performance:

    Again, it makes that pellet ice I like so much, the slushy ice I like in my drinks to make them really cold. I ran a few cycles through the first night and then again today. When you first turn it on it is a bit noisy. When the first cycle of pellet ice is made and drops it is slightly noisy, like icy snow or small hail that hits your windows. Overall, it isn’t that noisy. It’s in my kitchen where I have a fridge or two, dishwasher, and humans who make the most noise. It took about 30 minutes or more for it to begin producing large amounts of ice and to get the temperature at the optimal degrees to efficiently make and retain a large amount of ice.

    The instructions tell you to place it where you have at least 3 inches of clearance around the appliance. I don’t have 3 inches on one of the sides but close enough. I noticed after making the first big batch of ice when I repositioned it that it does give off a lot of heat on the sides so keep that in mind when you are looking at where you will place this and what you plan on placing next to it.

    I don’t have it hooked up to a water source but there are instructions and a small hose for you if you have a water source to do this with. I just pour in the filtered water when I need to make ice.

    So far, so good. I’m going to see how well I can work around the placement. If I don’t like where it is I may just move it to my kitchenette counter in the basement (no lower cabinet trim) and just make ice as I need it, and use if fresh or bag it up for later. I won’t be sending it back and giving up my slushy ice over this!

    Just could have been 1 inch shorter in height.

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  4. Gene Gable

    ***I have lost about 30 pounds or so since buying this ice machine 8 weeks ago. Instead of snacking, I simply eat a cup of ice and feel just as satisfied. *** Wasn’t really sure what to expect but it’s everything I could want and more. I really debated about getting the expensive version that another brand sells, but couldn’t see paying that much money on a product with mixed reviews so I tried this one. I love to chew ice, can be found chewing ice all day long. This ice machine makes a slightly softer ice than you would find at sonic, If you have ever had ice from the fast food restaurant Raising Cane’s, this is what I would equate the ice to. I am what I would call a power ice eater. I eat ice all day long and it keeps up with me. If you have 3-4 power ice eaters in your home, it might struggle to keep up but it is perfect for me. When you unpack this ice maker you plug it directly into the wall, add your bottled drinking water and about 30 minutes later you will have enough for about 2 glasses. It’s relatively quiet but does make some noise. Nothing annoying. They didn’t send me this machine and ask me for a review, I simply bought the product and it works like it says. Hope this helps. I give it 5 stars and 2 thumbs up. ♥

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