If you want an ice maker that you can take with you to your lake cabin, in your RV, or other places you visit, you’re in luck. Many manufacturers make small units that are very portable and perfect for taking along. Be sure and measure your counter space in your RV or cabin so you get an ice maker small enough to fit there without causing difficulties. Also, consider durability when choosing an ice maker. While high-quality, high-cost models typically are more durable, that’s not always the case. That’s why it is important to check an ice maker’s warranty before purchasing.Another factor to consider is cost. Most are relatively affordable, but you get what you pay for. If you’re on a budget, first determine how much you are willing to spend, then shop for units in that price range. That will help you avoid overspending.