2X More Ice Production
At Marvel, "better" is always our goal. Our new crescent ice maker has more than doubled the daily ice production of its predecessor, making up to 25 pounds of ice every day. You'll be able to enjoy chilled drink after chilled drink. Enjoy.
- Now produces up to 25 lbs of crescent ice per day
- Minimizes water usage, only 3 gallons average daily rate
- Daily ice production rate nearly 4x greater than standard household ice maker
- Crescent ice cube dimensions: 1/2" W x 3/4" H x 2 1/4" L
- Stores 25 lbs of crescent ice
- Removable ice bin for convenient access and easier cleaning
- Easy-to-install panel overlay option
- Finish options: stainless steel, black or overlay (panel ready)
- No pump or drain required
- Field reversible door for added flexibility
- On/Off switch within quick reach at the front of the unit
- Four 1" leveling legs are independently adjustable for precise built-in installation
- 1-year parts and labor warranty, 5-year sealed system parts warranty
Up to 25 lbs of crescent ice Product Dimensions
14-7/8" W x 34-1/16" minimum H x 22-5/16" D (not including handle) Usage
Indoor residential use only Finish/Door Options
Wood Panel (Panel Ready)
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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