CS3210 | The Blizzard
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CS3210 | The Blizzard
Unit: CS3210

Commercial The Blizzard Sno-Cone Ice Shaver Machine

Product Details:
Product Code: CS3210
L: 24" x W: 16" x H: 23" - 66 Lbs
Warranty: 1 Year
  • Free Big Top Pro Starter Kit
  • Commercial construction
  • Output: Shaves 500 Lbs. of Ice per Hour
  • Made in the USA
  • Questions / Buy it Now? Call Us 830.438.3100. 
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Retail: $925.00
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The Blizzard Sno-Cone Machine features a 1/3 hp motor which can produce an impressive 500 lb. of shaved ice per hour. This commercial machine is constructed from stainless steel and aluminum to ensure long-lasting durability.

The Blizzard has a number of high-end features including a back-lit sign and a lighted serving compartment - a real attention grabber to attract customers to your snow cone business.

The high impact acrylic panels are tinted blue to shade the ice from melting. A slanted drain is removable, food grade plastic and drains moisture away from the ice to extend shelf life.

Product Disclaimer: Due to constant product development and improvement artwork, shape, color, size, description and schematics that appear on the web may not reflect the latest changes.


The Blizzard Sno-Cone Machine features a 1/3 hp motor which can produce an impressive 500 lb. of shaved ice per hour. This commercial machine is constructed from stainless steel and aluminum to ensure long-lasting durability.

The Blizzard has a number of high-end features including a back-lit sign and a lighted serving compartment - a real attention grabber to attract customers to your snow cone business.

The high impact acrylic panels are tinted blue to shade the ice from melting. A slanted drain is removable, food grade plastic and drains moisture away from the ice to extend shelf life.

Product Disclaimer: Due to constant product development and improvement artwork, shape, color, size, description and schematics that appear on the web may not reflect the latest changes.