For over 50 years, U-Line Crescent Ice Makers have been the first choice for homeowners. Our 15 1 Class Crescent Ice Maker provides unsurpassed performance, delivering up to 25 lbs. of ice per day and a storage capacity of 25 lbs. of ice. U-Line s 1 Class Crescent Ice Machine is available with black, white, stainless steel or integrated door finishes that accept a custom door panel to match your surrounding cabinetry. No drain required.
- Makes crescent shaped cubes approx. 1 2" W x 3 4" H x 2 1 4" L
- Daily ice production is approximately 4 times greater than the average household refrigerator
- Produces up to of ice per day
- White interior
- Stainless steel full-wrap door and handle (7/8" diameter)
- Stainless steel grille (stainless model), black metal grille (black, white, and integrated models)
- Field reversible door is shipped right-hand hinged
- Built-in or freestanding
- Four adjustable leveling legs
- No drain required
|Amps: Running (115 v)
|Dimensions: Product Depth
||22 1/4" (562mm)
|Dimensions: Product Height
||34 1/8" (867mm)
|Dimensions: Product Width
||14 15/16" (379mm)
||87 lbs (39 kg)
Energy Star Rated:
25 lbs (cu. ft.)
Offer Expires: 10/1/2021 to 12/31/2022 |
Must be postmarked by: 1/31/2023
Receive up to a $1,000 rebate with purchase of qualifying U-Line products. Rebate form must be postmarked by 1/31/2023.
Offer Expires: 1/1/2022 to 12/31/2022 |
Must be postmarked by: 1/15/2023
Receive up to a $1,000 rebate with purchase of qualifying U-Line products. Rebate form must be postmarked by 1/15/2023.
Professional delivery and installation are available on most products. Please contact either the West Bend or Cedarburg location for more information.
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