If you are after the perfect implements to fully entertain your next batch of guests on your designer summer patio, then let us give you a leading edge. To give you a leading edge, we are suggesting that you take find the best undercounter ice maker a little more seriously and go in for some online recommendations. To get the full gist of this recommendation do read this next. Time is of the essence, because before you notice, summer will be all quite over. We would not like you to lose out on this entertaining edge so let us introduce you to the Hoshizaki AM50BAE (its full make/model name) and the EdgeStar OIM450SS (yes, that is its name).
Perfect for storing away in cool, outdoor spaces, the Hoshizaki comes in at just over a hundred pounds. If you are into showing off, purely for entertainment purposes, of course, then this ice maker’s stainless steel layering should appeal. The make/model fulfills the requirement to live up to a contemporary and twenty-first century reputation. Do not forget your kitchen space either. Size-wise, this machine fits like a glove. The Hoshizaki has a venting system which allows for optimal power usage in confined or under the counter spaces.
It sounds like a rather sustainable option, wouldn’t you agree. Apart from saving on energy and water usage, many of you reading this will always have budgetary concerns. Just remember always that purely by going out of your way in saving up on energy and water usage; you will always be saving on the money. Fortunately, this imperative is made a little easier for you through the creation of these two product lines. The Edge does this purely through computerization. Computerized controls take care of fast and efficient navigation, as and when required. This becomes necessary with the Edge when you take into account the number of operating settings, all for different functions, in place.
Also, insulated ice storage, of course, allows you to keep ice frozen for longer periods of time. A reversible door takes care of space savings too. You have the option to swing your door to the left or the right in lieu of your kitchen’s infrastructure and space. Ice transfer is convenient as well. A removable ice bin is in place for this purpose. Given that this machine is perceptively complex in view of its computerization, there is nothing better than having a degree of manual control over your ice making imperatives.
An ice scoop makes it even easier for you to remove ice from the machine. Like the abovementioned Hoshizaki, aesthetics have been nicely taken care of. Again, a stainless steel finish, with an industrial feel to it, fulfils the decorative function. The EdgeStar has been aptly designed to cater for any modern or contemporarily designed kitchen. So there you go, just two choices for your ice making procedures so far, and giving you an edge to boot.