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    Keep it cool with an ice maker

    Ice makers quickly and seamlessly provide ice cubes in the home or, with portable models, even on the go.

    How do ice makers work?

    Built-in refrigerator ice makers connect to a water line and dispense ice from the fridge door, while fixed ice makers also require a water line hook-up and can be installed under a counter or are even freestanding. Portable ice makers, meanwhile, only require a power source. Add water to a reservoir and it pumps into a container.

    Ice makers use freezing metal prongs filled with refrigerant to turn water into solid ice. A heat exchanger warms up the prongs, just enough for cubes to form. They drop into the bucket, and voila! Ice.

    Fixed ice makers are designed to fit seamlessly in a kitchen, either flush with the counter (with matching paneling) or even beside the fridge. Most portable ice makers keep ice cubes frozen for up to 24 hours, while fixed ice makers keep larger amounts of ice cubes frozen for longer and generally work much more quickly.

    Which ice maker is best?

    If upgrading your refrigerator, finding one with a built-in ice maker can be useful for ice (and filtered water!) at your fingertips. With the right space, or in a home bar, a fixed ice maker installed at the water line makes sense.

    Portable ice makers produce anywhere from 26 lbs. of ice (holding up to 1.5 lbs. at a time) up to 44 lbs. (holding up to 3.3 lbs. at a time) per day. For parties, go as big as possible. For occasional use on a boat, RV, or in the kitchen, something smaller would suffice. For permanent set up in a home bar, RV, or kitchen, find a finish that matches the décor.

    Some ice makers produce different sized (or even shaped) cubes, crushed ice, and even water. For frozen cocktails, entertaining, or a basement bar, a fixed or portable ice maker that can produce more than just cubes, and quickly, may be best.

    What features should you look for in an ice maker?

    Some ice makers are quicker than others. As noted, you'll get constantly flowing cubes with a fixed ice maker or one built into a fridge versus portable, which is designed for infrequent use or travel. Some portable ice makers can produce cubes as quickly as six minutes while others take up to 15. Some have a Max Mode to output ice at double the rate when you need it in a jiffy, like a party where drinks are flowing or to fill a cooler.

    Many portable ice makers, though not all, come with a scoop so you can easily grab a few cubes to pop into a drink as needed. Self-cleaning models, meanwhile, make clean-up a breeze.

    With fixed ice makers, especially ones built into a fridge or that also dispense water, you'll need to replace a filter a few times per year, which is worth factoring into the cost.

    Keep it cool with an ice maker

    Ice makers quickly and seamlessly provide ice cubes in the home or, with portable models, even on the go.

    How do ice makers work?

    Built-in refrigerator ice makers connect to a water line and dispense ice from the fridge door, while fixed ice makers also require a water line hook-up and can be installed under a counter or are even freestanding. Portable ice makers, meanwhile, only require a power source. Add water to a reservoir and it pumps into a container.

    Ice makers use freezing metal prongs filled with refrigerant to turn water into solid ice. A heat exchanger warms up the prongs, just enough for cubes to form. They drop into the bucket, and voila! Ice.

    Fixed ice makers are designed to fit seamlessly in a kitchen, either flush with the counter (with matching paneling) or even beside the fridge. Most portable ice makers keep ice cubes frozen for up to 24 hours, while fixed ice makers keep larger amounts of ice cubes frozen for longer and generally work much more quickly.

    Which ice maker is best?

    If upgrading your refrigerator, finding one with a built-in ice maker can be useful for ice (and filtered water!) at your fingertips. With the right space, or in a home bar, a fixed ice maker installed at the water line makes sense.

    Portable ice makers produce anywhere from 26 lbs. of ice (holding up to 1.5 lbs. at a time) up to 44 lbs. (holding up to 3.3 lbs. at a time) per day. For parties, go as big as possible. For occasional use on a boat, RV, or in the kitchen, something smaller would suffice. For permanent set up in a home bar, RV, or kitchen, find a finish that matches the décor.

    Some ice makers produce different sized (or even shaped) cubes, crushed ice, and even water. For frozen cocktails, entertaining, or a basement bar, a fixed or portable ice maker that can produce more than just cubes, and quickly, may be best.

    What features should you look for in an ice maker?

    Some ice makers are quicker than others. As noted, you'll get constantly flowing cubes with a fixed ice maker or one built into a fridge versus portable, which is designed for infrequent use or travel. Some portable ice makers can produce cubes as quickly as six minutes while others take up to 15. Some have a Max Mode to output ice at double the rate when you need it in a jiffy, like a party where drinks are flowing or to fill a cooler.

    Many portable ice makers, though not all, come with a scoop so you can easily grab a few cubes to pop into a drink as needed. Self-cleaning models, meanwhile, make clean-up a breeze.

    With fixed ice makers, especially ones built into a fridge or that also dispense water, you'll need to replace a filter a few times per year, which is worth factoring into the cost.