Add Convenience To Your Kitchen with the Luma Comfort IM200SS Stainless Steel Clear Ice Maker-Giveaway

There are some small appliances that I’ve considered adding to my home in the past, but decided against. Usually I just feel like the appliance won’t provide enough benefit to offset the space the device would take up, since my kitchen is quite small. But every once in a while I discover a new kitchen accessory that becomes an essential in my home so quickly that I wonder how I ever lived without it.

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That’s what happened when Luma Comfort sent me its IM200SS Stainless Steel Portable Clear Ice Maker. I’ve always thought ice makers were such neat appliances, but buying one seemed like a needless expense when I can make ice in a tray in the deep freeze. Boy, was I wrong! I cannot believe how handy it is to have this compact little countertop appliance in my home and I would never want to be without one again.

The Luma Comfort Ice Maker has lots of great features to recommend it. It’s portable and compact, which is a definite plus in my limited space. It makes crystal clear ice cubes in as little as fifteen minutes. And it can produce up to 28 lbs. of ice in a day! I decided to install a shelf in the entryway that leads to the basement and put the ice machine there. It was the perfect place for the unit; it’s right beside my kitchen cooking area, my boys can help themselves to ice on their own and it doesn’t take up any of my valuable kitchen space.

luma comfort im200ss ice maker

After installing the ice machine and plugging it in, I filled the back reservoir with water. The water drips down the front of the ice tray, cycling through the device to ensure that no water is wasted. When the ice cube tray has been filled and frozen, the ice drops out into the bin to be scooped up as needed. The process was convenient and waste free since any ice in the bin that melts also cycles back through the machine to produce more ice cubes.

Everyone that uses the freezer to make ice cubes knows that every time you really want to add them to your drink or use them in a recipe, there’s no ice in the house. Those days are over forever in our house and I can’t believe how convenient it is to have ice always ready to use. My boys have been drinking more water since they both love adding their own ice cubes to their drinks, and I can whip up easy and healthy breakfast smoothies with fresh fruit, yogurt and a handful of ice cubes whenever I like!

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Luma Comfort wants to let you experience the convenience of this handy portable ice maker for yourself, so the company is offering one lucky reader their own Luma Comfort IM200SS Stainless Steel Portable Clear Ice Maker, a $310 value! To enter to win, just leave a blog comment about what drink you would make first with ice from your new ice maker.

This ice maker has been such a great addition to our household, and I am so happy to have had the chance to give it a try. Not only does it ensure that I always have ice when needed, the ice itself actually lasts longer too, since clear ice melts five times more slowly than cloudy ice! Whether you entertain regularly or you just love your drinks icy cold, the Luma Comfort IM200SS Ice Maker is a must. Give it a try and see how quickly it becomes a household essential!
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Comments

  1. Darlene Schuller says:

    Homemade lemonade! … I’d drink that while envisioning myself somewhere warm.

  2. I would make Iced Coffee or Iced Tea!!! Amazing giveaway thanks for the chance!

  3. margarita’s or daquiries

  4. iced black coffee. :)

  5. Smoothies in the blender. My little guy loves them!!!

  6. I am going to start off making some iced tea first!

  7. kelly young says:

    Newfie slush

  8. Anne Taylor says:

    a big old glass of water!

  9. I’d make my kids homemade lemonade :) mmmmm

  10. Anna Johnson says:

    I would make a different drink for everyone in my family! I would make iced coffee for myself first!

  11. ice tea

  12. Iced tea!

  13. Jeana O'donnell-Murphy says:

    I would have some tea

  14. Iced coffee for me and shirley temples for the kids

  15. Elizabeth Becky Young says:

    a slushie!~

  16. laurie tilkin says:

    an alcoholic beverage and a bag of ice for my after he plays football

  17. Miriam Wilton says:

    ice. omg i love ice. if there was one benefit to being locked up on the maternity ward for 28 days before i had my daughter it was the ice machine. who needs beverages! I just want ice!!!!

  18. stacey dempsey says:

    Oh I think I would make Ice Tea for me and lemonade for the kids

  19. Doris Calvert says:

    Paralyzer or any slush drink

  20. Iced tea.

  21. Lynda Cook says:

    This is cool, I’m always forgetting to make or I forget the trays in the freezer till the ice is no good, I think I would make a nice glass of cherry whiskey and orange juice for my first drink

  22. Chandra Christine O'Connor says:

    Well in the winter it would be just water, but in the summer it would be margaritas. Lime ones.

  23. Oh , wow! This would be great in my iced tea!

    Thanks!

  24. I love ice in my orange juice but a margarita would be good also.

  25. I’d make a pitcher of mojito

  26. Carol Denny says:

    I would make ice tea!

  27. Debbie Bashford says:

    A pitcher of lime margaritas

  28. Lori Bazan says:

    Blender smoothies for sure…a little vodka added too!

  29. I would likely just have a glass of water. It would be great to have extra ice to make smoothies with in the morning!!

  30. my first drink would most likely be water… but if I have my favorite store brand ice tea on hand, then it would be that :)

  31. pat george says:

    a white wine spritzer,,,,

  32. I would make lemonade.

  33. Donna Sousa says:

    Smoothies and Martinis!

  34. The first drink I would make is kool aid slushies in the blender.

  35. Wanda McHenry says:

    I am a lemonade fanatic, so it would be homemade lemonade!

  36. phyllis cadwell says:

    Just ice water. I add ice even in winter to my water

  37. Kelly Martel says:

    slushies

  38. I make a wicked strawberry n banana smoothie!

  39. I would make a gin and soda :)

  40. lynn macdonald says:

    can’t live without ice, this would be perfect for the cottage!

  41. This ice maker would be adding ice to our lemon lime soda’s.

  42. michelle tremblett says:

    Yummy, iced tea for sure :)

  43. Ice cold lemonade, while were camping.

  44. Ashley Domes says:

    Iced French vanilla coffee

  45. Jennifer L. says:

    I”d make iced green tea.

  46. Barbara Smith Dye says:

    I would use it for iced tea in the summer

  47. Colleen K. K. says:

    …Some ‘ Ice Tea ‘…Love It !!!

  48. Veronica S. says:

    Definitely some lemonade!

  49. Erin brayshaw says:

    Lemonade! Yummy! Thanks for the chance to win!

  50. Iced water.

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