Using a flexible bucket structure, the Ice Genie consumes small space in the fridge, all while keeping around 120 ice cubes at once. Honestly, that’s the same as 10 ice cube trays similar to the footprint of a little tub of ice cream.
The ice maker features two major components: an outer section and a detachable internal partition. The former creates the ice while the second functions as an ice bucket for you to dispose of the ice as soon as it freezes, letting you create another set while the completed ice cubes sit there, ready to be utilized. To produce ice, just place the internal partition inside the outer device, then load it up with water using the small gap on the border between the parts. After that, you just place it in the freezer and simply wait.
The outer unit features noticeable bumps on the body, that happens to be the parts of the unit in which ice cubes develop, while the interior unit maintains the water from dispersing throughout the interior, letting it remain with the outer chamber’s partitions so it can develop into ice cubes. As soon as the ice is created, you just take off the inner unit and pinch on the outer unit to push the ice cubes away from the separate compartments and into the interior. It is possible to keep the ice there or move it to the inner tub, waiting to be collected to cool your drinks.