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Commercial Electric Snow Cone Ice Shaver Machine

Commercial Electric Snow Cone Ice Shaver Machine

Commercial Electric Snow Cone Ice Shaver Machine

Regular price $279.95 Sale price $249.95

Commercial Electric Snow Cone Ice Shaver MachineAre you looking for an ice shaver machine? Our Commercial Electric Snow Cone Ice Shaver Machine can be used to crush ice rapidly and easily, making it ideal for smoothies, milkshakes and more.

Commercial Electric Snow Cone Ice Shaver Machine

Features

Versatile - This ice shaver machine is made of a high-quality stainless steel hopper, food-grade stainless steel blades, one-piece injection-molded PC tub, and non-slip feet, and it is unbreakable, durable, and safe for long-term use, with ETL certification.

Safe To Use - The shaved ice machine has an ergonomic handle for labor-saving operation and a safety limit switch. 

Powerful - The dual blades provide double efficiency comparing to the single blade machines. The powerful 300w copper motor guarantees a high spinning speed of 1450 r/min and an impressive crushing capability of 396.8 lbs/h (180 kg/h).

Commercial Electric Snow Cone Ice Shaver Machine

Package Content

1x Commercial Electric Snow Cone Ice Shaver Machine

Specifications

Weight: 25.4lbs 
Rated Power: 
300W
Rotating Speed: 
1450 r/min
Ice Storage Capacity: 
9 Gals (34L)
Ice Crushing Capacity: 
396.8 lbs/h
Dimensions: 
18.5x14.2x33.5in (470x360x850mm)

Shipping Information

Domestic Shipping (USA): Your commercial snow cone machine will be packaged and shipped within 3 days of ordering. Please keep in mind that our items are custom made and shipped from warehouses across the world meaning it may take them 7 to 22 business days to arrive after shipment (most of the time closer to 14).

International Shipping: The electric ice shaver will be packaged and shipped within 5 days of order. We do ship worldwide! Please be patient and note that delivery times will vary depending on your location. Majority of countries will have the commercial electric snow cone ice shaver machine delivered within 2 to 5 weeks!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
82%
(9)
18%
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B
B.C.

After buying two manual ice crushers that fell apart in a month, I decided to spend the money and get something with more durability, and a motor. I would not call this an "Ice Crusher" it definitely "shaves" the ice into a snow-like powder. You can open the device and adjust the shaving blade to make the ice more "chip-like". I'm not certain if this voids the warranty or not.
DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK:
This requires removing the two small phillips screws that hold in the safety switch, and, underneath that, a phillips screw that holds the ice chute to the front of the device. On the underside of the chute, there is a allen screw (4mm) that you remove, and then the chute pulls off.
Next, there are two allen head screws that secure the blade, loosen these screws and push the blade forward so it protrudes more. This will allow the machine to create larger chunks of ice. Tighten up the screws and re-assemble the machine (be sure you position the safety switch correctly so it will allow the machine to turn on when the handle is lowered).
In addition to creating the more chip-like ice, this also had the effect of making a much larger mess as the ice is exiting from the machine, so be ready.
I have only used it one time since performing this modification, but I'm happy with the results. However, I have yet to see if this creates problems with the motor, blade, or general safety of the equipment.

Edit/Update: After about a year's worth of use, the machine is still working great, and I'm very happy with it. However, I did have a problem where I got "greedy" and tried to adjust the ice cutting blade further out than I did the first time. This worked OK a few times, and then the blade "slipped". It was not a catastrophic failure, but the blade moved outward (due to centrifugal force) and started to score the inside of the aluminum cover. Upon reflection the operation was slightly louder when this was happening.
I ended up with a mouthful of aluminum shavings mixed with my ice, not good. I moved the blade back into the lightly extended position and also used some blue loctite on the retaining screws' threads. This was about 6 months ago, and I have not had a problem since.
One note, I wipe down the machine with a cloth after each use, but there still has been a slight buildup of "muck" in the hinged area of the handle. I occasionally use a chopstick and the cleaning cloth to swab it out. Also, the unit will slowly leak water even with a wipe down, so keep a rag under it or store it in a place that is not effected by water.
And finally, I used a Dremel to cut off the front end of the machine, added two clamps on opposite sides of the ejection port and have it dispense ice into a ziplock bag. This seems to work much better than the "tray" that comes with the unit.

C
C.M.

I am not sure why there are so many mixed reviews on this machine. I have severe dry mouth from my meds and the only thing that helps is shaved ice, I would say I easily shave at least ten pounds of ice a day. I previously owned another brand of ice shaver but very similar to this one it lasted about two years. That being said this machines seems to shave ice like a professional machine it is quieter then my last machine and shaves the ice cubes better. A few tips that work well for me is to put ice cubes in the machine to start cooling it down this helps to insure you will have very fluffy shaved ice, I find once cooled I mine as well shave what I need for most of the day. I put mine is foam cups or pre chill a large bubba mug or any cup meant to keep your drink cold. Then I fill with the shaved ice and store in the freezer till I am ready to use it. This helps to have the coldest shaved ice and it doesn’t melt as fast. As my family would say I have it down to a science! For those who talk about the mess I put a towel under mine and have leRned how to turn the bowl while shaving to reduce the over spray. But keep in mind a professional machine could run $1000 dollars or more.

S
S.C.

I had originally purchased this for a summer time kids event, needing something that was more heavy duty than the ordinary counter top style mostly plastic snow cone machine. It made it through the event swimmingly--and we sold over 100 snow cones that day too, so yes! I'm very pleased.

I was surprised at how inexpensive it was for the purpose for which I mentioned above. Great value and it's super sturdy. We've actually been using it daily at home all summer long to keep cool and it's kept on going.

The only issue we've had is the ice getting in the little plate. Put a towel down on the counter first. There's overspray and the plate fills quickly. I've placed ours on top of a large stainless steel bowl and it works well. That's what the carnival style is anyway, and I now understand why! Great value and price. I recommend the buy.

R
R.M.

We bought this for my company- and it’s a hit. It’s super easy to use. You out ice cubes, of any shape in into the grinder and bam! It really does come out with a fine snow like texture.
It’s a great value, super easy to use. My only bit of warning would be to put a towel down to soak up some of the ice that makes it through the crushing. It’s a really fantastic buy overall.

K
K.G.

Great purchase. My friends keep borrowing it for parties. Its loud and a bit messy but shaves a bunch of ice fast. It's nice not having to freeze a bunch of special ice hockey pocks like our old machine.

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
82%
(9)
18%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
B
B.C.

After buying two manual ice crushers that fell apart in a month, I decided to spend the money and get something with more durability, and a motor. I would not call this an "Ice Crusher" it definitely "shaves" the ice into a snow-like powder. You can open the device and adjust the shaving blade to make the ice more "chip-like". I'm not certain if this voids the warranty or not.
DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK:
This requires removing the two small phillips screws that hold in the safety switch, and, underneath that, a phillips screw that holds the ice chute to the front of the device. On the underside of the chute, there is a allen screw (4mm) that you remove, and then the chute pulls off.
Next, there are two allen head screws that secure the blade, loosen these screws and push the blade forward so it protrudes more. This will allow the machine to create larger chunks of ice. Tighten up the screws and re-assemble the machine (be sure you position the safety switch correctly so it will allow the machine to turn on when the handle is lowered).
In addition to creating the more chip-like ice, this also had the effect of making a much larger mess as the ice is exiting from the machine, so be ready.
I have only used it one time since performing this modification, but I'm happy with the results. However, I have yet to see if this creates problems with the motor, blade, or general safety of the equipment.

Edit/Update: After about a year's worth of use, the machine is still working great, and I'm very happy with it. However, I did have a problem where I got "greedy" and tried to adjust the ice cutting blade further out than I did the first time. This worked OK a few times, and then the blade "slipped". It was not a catastrophic failure, but the blade moved outward (due to centrifugal force) and started to score the inside of the aluminum cover. Upon reflection the operation was slightly louder when this was happening.
I ended up with a mouthful of aluminum shavings mixed with my ice, not good. I moved the blade back into the lightly extended position and also used some blue loctite on the retaining screws' threads. This was about 6 months ago, and I have not had a problem since.
One note, I wipe down the machine with a cloth after each use, but there still has been a slight buildup of "muck" in the hinged area of the handle. I occasionally use a chopstick and the cleaning cloth to swab it out. Also, the unit will slowly leak water even with a wipe down, so keep a rag under it or store it in a place that is not effected by water.
And finally, I used a Dremel to cut off the front end of the machine, added two clamps on opposite sides of the ejection port and have it dispense ice into a ziplock bag. This seems to work much better than the "tray" that comes with the unit.

C
C.M.

I am not sure why there are so many mixed reviews on this machine. I have severe dry mouth from my meds and the only thing that helps is shaved ice, I would say I easily shave at least ten pounds of ice a day. I previously owned another brand of ice shaver but very similar to this one it lasted about two years. That being said this machines seems to shave ice like a professional machine it is quieter then my last machine and shaves the ice cubes better. A few tips that work well for me is to put ice cubes in the machine to start cooling it down this helps to insure you will have very fluffy shaved ice, I find once cooled I mine as well shave what I need for most of the day. I put mine is foam cups or pre chill a large bubba mug or any cup meant to keep your drink cold. Then I fill with the shaved ice and store in the freezer till I am ready to use it. This helps to have the coldest shaved ice and it doesn’t melt as fast. As my family would say I have it down to a science! For those who talk about the mess I put a towel under mine and have leRned how to turn the bowl while shaving to reduce the over spray. But keep in mind a professional machine could run $1000 dollars or more.

S
S.C.

I had originally purchased this for a summer time kids event, needing something that was more heavy duty than the ordinary counter top style mostly plastic snow cone machine. It made it through the event swimmingly--and we sold over 100 snow cones that day too, so yes! I'm very pleased.

I was surprised at how inexpensive it was for the purpose for which I mentioned above. Great value and it's super sturdy. We've actually been using it daily at home all summer long to keep cool and it's kept on going.

The only issue we've had is the ice getting in the little plate. Put a towel down on the counter first. There's overspray and the plate fills quickly. I've placed ours on top of a large stainless steel bowl and it works well. That's what the carnival style is anyway, and I now understand why! Great value and price. I recommend the buy.

R
R.M.

We bought this for my company- and it’s a hit. It’s super easy to use. You out ice cubes, of any shape in into the grinder and bam! It really does come out with a fine snow like texture.
It’s a great value, super easy to use. My only bit of warning would be to put a towel down to soak up some of the ice that makes it through the crushing. It’s a really fantastic buy overall.

K
K.G.

Great purchase. My friends keep borrowing it for parties. Its loud and a bit messy but shaves a bunch of ice fast. It's nice not having to freeze a bunch of special ice hockey pocks like our old machine.

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