Even during the 1800s, the idea of having ice to cool down on hot days was hard to sell. Case in point, Frederic Tudor of Boston. Tudor, along with his brother, came up with the genius idea to harvest ice from their estate's pond, and sell it in the stifling West Indies. After spending dollar after dollar, including five thousand alone to ship the ice via boat, Tudor arrived in the Caribbean, and no one wanted to buy the ice.
Keep your cold drinks as refreshing as can Keep your cold drinks as refreshing as can be with this attractive and modern ice making unit. This model fits in effortlessly with your room’s existing decor. It features a see-through window black lid and durable stainless-steel exterior. The R134A refrigerant makes it environmentally friendly and it can turn out ... More + Product Details Close