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DITTM

 

AN OVERVIEW

 

Tourism and Travel Management

Delhi Institute of Tourism and Travel Management was established by Delhi Tourism The Institute was established for manpower development and research work in tourism and travel industry, though the need for tourism trained graduates had been realized in our country a long time ago.

 

DITTM keeps a close vigil on the ongoing academic pursuits and activities being undertaken by the public and private bodies at the national and regional levels and has been organizing time to time training and enrichment courses for tourism teachers as well as seminars and workshops with a view to improve the quality and content of the syllabi of tourism courses in the country.

 

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DITTM provides academic opportunities to graduates and undergraduates directly and in collaboration with the leading institute and universities for successful career in holiday and leisure management, covering travel industry, tour operation, transportation, accommodation and interpretation services. Its objectives are to serve for total professionalisation of human resources engaged in the business of tourism through diplomas in tourism after graduation, specially designed practical training and field visit, foreign languages training programs , short term management Development Programs, Executive Development Programs for retired defence service personnel, workshops, seminars and conferences, Tourism Orientation talk at school and college levels and Tourism Promotion Competition among young generation.

 

MAJOR PROGRAMME

The major academic program of DITTM (Delhi Chapter) is one year part-time Post Graduation Diploma in Travel and Tourism Industry Management. Graduates in any discipline are eligible for admission to the Diploma Course.

 

The Diploma is consisting 14 modules :-

  • Tourism Concept and Impact
  • Travel Agency, Tour Operation and Transport
  • Accounting and Finance for Management
  • Tourism and Products of India and Geography of Tourism.
  • Management Concepts and Organizational Behavior.
  • Computation and Information System.
  • Tourism Policy, Planning and Development
  • Business Communication and Personality Development.
  • Tourism Marketing and Sales Management.
  • Information System and CRS.
  • Basic Air Fares and Ticketing.
  • Hospitality and Resort Management.

The Diploma is consisting 14 modules :-

  • Tour Package Operations Management and Event Management
  • Project Report
  • SHORT TERM COURSE
  • Institute offers several Short Term Courses. They are as follows :-
  • 1. Basic Course on Air Travel, Fares and Ticketing.
  • 2. Basic Course on Computerized Reservation System (Amadeus)
  • 3. Basic Course on Airlines, Travel Agency and Tour Operation Management
  • 4. Basic Course on Computer Application and Internet Basics
  • 5. Japanese Language Training Course
  • 6. French Language Training Course
  • 7. German Language Training Course

 

 

Admissions Admission are open for:-

Post Graduate Diploma in Tourism and Travel Management

Minimum Qualification – Graduate in Any disciplne
Duration – One Year (Regular)

Air Travel Fare and Ticketing

Minimum Qualification :- 12th Pass
Duration – Three months

Computer Reservation System (Amadeaus)

Minimum Qualification :- 12th Pass
Duration – One months

Regular programmes are announced through advertisements in print media.

 

For further details write/ contact;

Sr. Programme Officer
DITTM
Location : Dilli Haat, Pritm Pura
Nearest Metro : Netaji
Subhash Place on Red Line
Ph:27312417, 27312418

 

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Alaska Form 12-200 9/12/01

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Arizona Form 01-2704  3/01

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California Form CHP555 1/88

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Connecticut Form PR1 12/94

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Delaware Form 438 1/88

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Florida Form HSMV-90003 1/01

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Indiana Form 23558 7/91

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Kentucky Form KSP74 1/00

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Louisiana Form DSSSP3105-11

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If you have been charged with an offence, you are presumed to be innocent until it is proven that you are guilty. As a result, you have a qualified right to be free until a Court decides whether you are guilty. In Western Australia, there are some situations where you might be kept in custody (on remand) until you are required to appear in Court and answer to the charges, and in these situations bail will be refused. For example, the police may suspect that you will not attend your scheduled Court hearing and a decision can be made to keep you in police custody until that time.

In Western Australia, there are some situations where you might be kept in custody (on remand) until you are required to appear in Court.

What is Bail?

Bail is the authorisation for the release from custody of an accused person charged with a criminal offence.  It gives an accused the right to remain at liberty, rather than in custody in a prison or detention centre, while waiting for the charge to be finalised in court.  In Western Australia, the principles and procedures regarding bail are governed by the Bail Act 1982 .

The decision for or against bail can be made by a police officer after a person has been arrested and given a notice to attend Court. This is known as “police bail”. If the accused is not granted police bail, a police officer must bring him or her before a Court as soon as practicable for a Magistrate to hear the matter or decide whether to grant bail until a further appearance in Court. This is called “Court bail”.

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If you are in custody after being charged with an offence, in most circumstances you will be entitled to have your case for bail for that appearance considered by the police as soon as practicable. In making a bail decision, a police officer will normally take into account the likelihood of you appearing at your next Court hearing and the risk of you interfering with witnesses, absconding or destroying evidence. If you are granted “police bail” you may have to sign a Bail Undertaking which places restrictions on what you may do whilst on bail.  If bail is refused by police then under the Bail Act 1982 , you must be taken before a Court as soon as reasonably practicable. At the Court appearance either you or your lawyer can make a bail application.

Getting Court Bail

If you make an application for Bail, the Court can either dispense with bail, grant bail (with or without the imposition of bail conditions), or refuse bail. In considering a bail application the Court must consider a range of factors as set out in Schedule 1, Part C of the Bail Act 1982 . These factors include making a determination as to whether, if you are not kept in custody, you will:

  • fail to attend court in compliance with the terms of a bail undertaking
  • commit an offence
  • endanger the safety, wellbeing, or property of any person
  • interfere with witnesses, or
  • otherwise obstruct the course of justice.

In considering whether either of these will occur the Court must also consider under Schedule 1, Part C, Clause 3 of the Bail Act 1982:

  • how serious is the offence you have been charged with, and the nature of that offence
  • your character and previous convictions
  • your personal history, where you reside and your financial position
  • your bail history; and
  • the likelihood of a conviction on your current charge.

Offending whilst on bail

The Bail Act 1982 states that in cases where the accused has committed a serious offence (listed at Schedule 2 to the Act) when released on bail (or on an early release order) for another serious offence, bail will be refused unless there are exceptional reasons why the accused should not be kept in custody. The Court has wide discretion as to what constitutes exceptional circumstances, but these can include your age and health status, the length of the likely delay before you would be brought to trial and the strength of any defence you may have. This same process applies if you have been charged with murder.

Bail Conditions

Bail may be granted subject to specific conditions. Schedule 1, Part D of the Bail Act 1982 specifies the conditions that may be imposed when granting bail. You may be required to enter into a personal undertaking, a surety undertaking, reside at a fixed address and/or report to police.

The Court also has the option of imposing protective bail conditions to ensure that you do not endanger the safety of any person or any property, interfere with witnesses or otherwise obstruct the course of justice. A common protective bail condition is that you stay away from a particular person or place. A breach of a protective bail condition is an offence.

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If a Court denies your request for bail, then you cannot make a further application before a magistrate unless there are new facts or circumstances, a change in circumstances or a past failure to adequately present a case for bail. You may, however, apply for reconsideration of the decision before a judge (usually in the Supreme Court).

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Formatting

Note: For your Works Cited list, all citations should be double spaced and have a hanging indent.

A "hanging indent" means that each subsequent line after the first line of your citation should be indented by 0.5 inches.

Abbreviating Months

In your works cited list, abbreviate months as follows: 

January = Jan.
February = Feb.
March = Mar.
April = Apr.
May = May
June = June
July = July
August = Aug.
September = Sept.
October = Oct.
November = Nov.
December = Dec.

Spell out months fully in the body of your paper. 

How Can I Tell if it’s a Newspaper?

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Photo from Flickr, created by user NS Newsflash. Available under a Creative Commons license.

Not sure whether your article is from a newspaper? Look for these characteristics:

  • Main purpose is to provide readers with a brief account of current events locally, nationally or internationally.
  • Can be published daily, semiweekly or weekly.
  • Articles are usually written by journalists who may or may not have subject expertise.
  • Written for the general public, readers don’t need any previous subject knowledge.
  • Little, if any, information about other sources is provided.

Articles may also come from journals or magazines .

Tips

Access Date

For all content found on the Web, you must list the date you first viewed the resource. This comes last in a citation.

Authors/Editors

An author can be a person but can also be an organization, or company. These are called group or corporate authors.

City of Newspaper

If the name of the city in which the newspaper is published is not evident from the title of the newspaper then provide the city in square brackets after the title of the newspaper.

E.g., When citing the Toronto Star, it is evident that the newspaper is published in Toronto. However, if citing The Gazette, it is not evident from the title that it is published in Montreal, so include [Montreal] after writing The Gazette.

Database Names

The name of the database will usually apear at the top of the search screen. Note that ProQuest and EBSCOhost are NOT database names, they are database providers. The name of the database will appear separately.

If you have used the function to search multiple databases at once and therefore do not know the individual database name, enter the name of the database provider (e.g. ProQuest) as the database.

Dates

The format of all dates is: Date Month (shortened) Year. E.g. 5 Sept. 2012.

If no date is listed, write n.d.

Page Numbers

If no page number is listed, write n. pag. in the Works Cited list.

If the entire article is only one page, do not include a page number in the in-text citation.

If the article appears on non-consecutive pages (e.g., the article starts on page 5 then continues on page 12), write the first page number and a plus (+) sign. E.g., 5+

Titles

Capitalize the first letter of every important word in the title. You do not need to capitalize words such as: in, of, or an.

If there is a colon (:) in the title, include what comes after the colon (also known as the subtitle).

Newspaper Article From a Library Database

Author’s Last Name, First Name. "Title of Article: Subtitle if Any." Name of Newspaper [city of newspaper if local paper with city name not in name], Date of Publication, p. Page number if given. Name of Database. 

Note: If the author’s name is not listed, begin the citation with the title of the article.

Works Cited Example

Schmidt, Sarah. "Companies Fail the Test; Junk Food Marketing Aimed at Kids Faulted." The Gazette [Montreal], 10 Mar. 2010, p. A.11. Canadian Newsstand. 

 Note: If an article ends with a question mark or exclamation mark (!), you do not need to add a period to mark the end of the title.

In-Text Citation Example

(Author’s Last Name Page Number)

(Schmidt A11)

 Note: If an article is only one page long, you do not need to provide the page number in the in-text citation.

 Note: If there is no author listed, the in-text citation would include the first word or words of the title of the article in quotation marks, e.g. ("Companies").

Newspaper Article From a Library Database- Newspapers with Volumes and Issues

Author’s Last Name, First Name. "Title of Article: Subtitle if Any." Name of Newspaper [city of newspaper if local paper with city name not in name], vol. Volume Number, no. Issues Number, Date of Publication, p. Page number if given. Name of Database. 

Note: If the author’s name is not listed, begin the citation with the title of the article.

Works Cited Example

Crawford, Maxine. "Research in a Celtic Nation." Psynopsis: Canada’s Psychology Newspaper, vol. 39, no. 3, Summer 2017, p. 32. Canadian Points of View Reference Centre. 

 Note: You do not need to add the city of publication to the name of a nationally published newspaper.

In-Text Citation Example

(Author’s Last Name Page Number)

(Crawford)

 Note: If an article is only one page long, you do not need to provide the page number in the in-text citation.

 Note: If there is no author listed, the in-text citation would include the first word or words of the title of the article in quotation marks, e.g. ("Companies").

Newspaper Article From a Website

Author’s Last Name, First Name. "Title of Article: Subtitle if Any." Title of website, Name of Newspaper, Date of Publication, URL. Accessed access date.

 Note: If the author’s name is not listed, begin the citation with the title of the article.

Works Cited List Example

Morrison, Malcolm. "TSX Recovers on Greece News." thestar.com, Toronto Star, 23 June 2011, www.thestar.com/business/economy/2011/06/23/tsx_recovers_on_greece_news.html. Accessed 7 June 2016.

 Note: This entry has no page numbers, so this information is left out of the citation.

In-Text Citation Example

(Author’s Last Name)

(Morrison)

 Note: This entry has no page numbers, so this information is left out of the citation.

 Note: If there is no author listed, the in-text citation would include the first word or words of the title of the article in quotation marks, e.g. ("TSX Recovers").

Newspaper Article in Print

Author’s Last Name, First Name. "Title of Article: Subtitle if Any." Name of Newspaper, Date of Publication, p. Page number. 

 Note: If the author’s name is not listed, begin the citation with the title of the article.

Works Cited List Example

Smith, Bill. "Talks on Bosnia Bog Down Over Borders." Toronto Star, 18 Aug. 2012, p. B6. 

In-Text Citation Example

(Author’s Last Name Page Number)

(Smith B6)

 Note: If an article is only one page long, you do not need to provide the page number in the in-text citation. 

 Note: If there is no author listed, the in-text citation would include the first word or words of the title of the article in quotation marks, e.g. ("Talks").

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MLA In-Text Citations: The Basics

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MLA (Modern Language Association) style is most commonly used to write papers and cite sources within the liberal arts and humanities. This resource, updated to reflect the MLA Handbook (8th ed.), offers examples for the general format of MLA research papers, in-text citations, endnotes/footnotes, and the Works Cited page.

Guidelines for referring to the works of others in your text using MLA style are covered in chapter 6 of the MLA Handbook and in chapter 7 of the MLA Style Manual. Both books provide extensive examples, so it’s a good idea to consult them if you want to become even more familiar with MLA guidelines or if you have a particular reference question.

Basic in-text citation rules

In MLA style, referring to the works of others in your text is done by using what is known as parenthetical citation. This method involves placing relevant source information in parentheses after a quote or a paraphrase.

General Guidelines

  • The source information required in a parenthetical citation depends (1.) upon the source medium (e.g. Print, Web, DVD) and (2.) upon the source’s entry on the Works Cited (bibliography) page.
  • Any source information that you provide in-text must correspond to the source information on the Works Cited page. More specifically, whatever signal word or phrase you provide to your readers in the text must be the first thing that appears on the left-hand margin of the corresponding entry in the Works Cited List.

In-text citations: Author-page style

MLA format follows the author-page method of in-text citation. This means that the author’s last name and the page number(s) from which the quotation or paraphrase is taken must appear in the text, and a complete reference should appear on your Works Cited page. The author’s name may appear either in the sentence itself or in parentheses following the quotation or paraphrase, but the page number(s) should always appear in the parentheses, not in the text of your sentence. For example:

Wordsworth stated that Romantic poetry was marked by a “spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings” (263).

Romantic poetry is characterized by the “spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings” (Wordsworth 263).

Wordsworth extensively explored the role of emotion in the creative process (263).

Both citations in the examples above, (263) and (Wordsworth 263), tell readers that the information in the sentence can be located on page 263 of a work by an author named Wordsworth. If readers want more information about this source, they can turn to the Works Cited page, where, under the name of Wordsworth, they would find the following information:

Wordsworth, William. Lyrical Ballads. Oxford UP, 1967.

In-text citations for print sources with known author

For Print sources like books, magazines, scholarly journal articles, and newspapers, provide a signal word or phrase (usually the author’s last name) and a page number. If you provide the signal word/phrase in the sentence, you do not need to include it in the parenthetical citation.

Human beings have been described by Kenneth Burke as “symbol-using animals” (3).
Human beings have been described as “symbol-using animals” (Burke 3).

These examples must correspond to an entry that begins with Burke, which will be the first thing that appears on the left-hand margin of an entry in the Works Cited:

Burke, Kenneth. Language as Symbolic Action: Essays on Life, Literature, and Method. Berkeley: U of California P, 1966.

In-text citations for print sources by a corporate author

When a source has a corporate author, it is acceptable to use the name of the corporation followed by the page number for the in-text citation. You should also use abbreviations (e.g., nat’l for national) where appropriate, so as to avoid interrupting the flow of reading with overly long parenthetical citations.

In-text citations for print sources with no known author

When a source has no known author, use a shortened title of the work instead of an author name. Place the title in quotation marks if it’s a short work (such as an article) or italicize it if it’s a longer work (e.g. plays, books, television shows, entire Web sites) and provide a page number if it is available.

We see so many global warming hotspots in North America likely because this region has “more readily accessible climatic data and more comprehensive programs to monitor and study environmental change . . .” (“Impact of Global Warming”).

In this example, since the reader does not know the author of the article, an abbreviated title of the article appears in the parenthetical citation which corresponds to the full name of the article which appears first at the left-hand margin of its respective entry in the Works Cited. Thus, the writer includes the title in quotation marks as the signal phrase in the parenthetical citation in order to lead the reader directly to the source on the Works Cited page. The Works Cited entry appears as follows:

“The Impact of Global Warming in North America.” Global Warming: Early Signs. 1999. www.climatehotmap.org/. Accessed 23 Mar. 2009.

We’ll learn how to make a Works Cited page in a bit, but right now it’s important to know that parenthetical citations and Works Cited pages allow readers to know which sources you consulted in writing your essay, so that they can either verify your interpretation of the sources or use them in their own scholarly work.

Author-page citation for classic and literary works with multiple editions

Page numbers are always required, but additional citation information can help literary scholars, who may have a different edition of a classic work like Marx and Engels’s The Communist Manifesto. In such cases, give the page number of your edition (making sure the edition is listed in your Works Cited page, of course) followed by a semicolon, and then the appropriate abbreviations for volume (vol.), book (bk.), part (pt.), chapter (ch.), section (sec.), or paragraph (par.). For example:

Marx and Engels described human history as marked by class struggles (79; ch. 1).

Citing authors with same last names

Sometimes more information is necessary to identify the source from which a quotation is taken. For instance, if two or more authors have the same last name, provide both authors’ first initials (or even the authors’ full name if different authors share initials) in your citation. For example:

Although some medical ethicists claim that cloning will lead to designer children (R. Miller 12), others note that the advantages for medical research outweigh this consideration (A. Miller 46).

Citing a work by multiple authors

For a source with two authors, list the authors’ last names in the text or in the parenthetical citation:

Best and Marcus argue that one should read a text for what it says on its surface, rather than looking for some hidden meaning (9).
The authors claim that surface reading looks at what is “evident, perceptible, apprehensible in texts” (Best and Marcus 9).

Corresponding works cited entry:

Best, David, and Sharon Marcus. “Surface Reading: An Introduction.” Representations, vol. 108, no. 1, Fall 2009, pp. 1-21. JSTOR, doi:10.1525/rep.2009.108.1.1

For a source with three or more authors, list only the first author’s last name, and replace the additional names with et al.

According to Franck et al., “Current agricultural policies in the U.S. are contributing to the poor health of Americans” (327).
The authors claim that one cause of obesity in the United States is government-funded farm subsidies (Franck et al. 327).

Corresponding works cited entry:

Franck, Caroline, et al. “Agricultural Subsidies and the American Obesity Epidemic.” American Journal of Preventative Medicine, vol. 45, no. 3, Sept. 2013, pp. 327-333.

Citing multiple works by the same author

If you cite more than one work by a particular author, include a shortened title for the particular work from which you are quoting to distinguish it from the others. Put short titles of books in italics and short titles of articles in quotation marks.

Citing two articles by the same author:

Lightenor has argued that computers are not useful tools for small children (“Too Soon” 38), though he has acknowledged elsewhere that early exposure to computer games does lead to better small motor skill development in a child’s second and third year (“Hand-Eye Development” 17).

Citing two books by the same author:

Murray states that writing is “a process” that “varies with our thinking style” (Write to Learn 6). Additionally, Murray argues that the purpose of writing is to “carry ideas and information from the mind of one person into the mind of another” (A Writer Teaches Writing 3).

Additionally, if the author’s name is not mentioned in the sentence, format your citation with the author’s name followed by a comma, followed by a shortened title of the work, followed, when appropriate, by page numbers:

Visual studies, because it is such a new discipline, may be “too easy” (Elkins, “Visual Studies” 63).

Citing multivolume works

If you cite from different volumes of a multivolume work, always include the volume number followed by a colon. Put a space after the colon, then provide the page number(s). (If you only cite from one volume, provide only the page number in parentheses.)

. . . as Quintilian wrote in Institutio Oratoria (1: 14-17).

Citing the Bible

In your first parenthetical citation, you want to make clear which Bible you’re using (and underline or italicize the title), as each version varies in its translation, followed by book (do not italicize or underline), chapter and verse. For example:

Ezekiel saw “what seemed to be four living creatures,” each with faces of a man, a lion, an ox, and an eagle (New Jerusalem Bible, Ezek. 1.5-10).

If future references employ the same edition of the Bible you’re using, list only the book, chapter, and verse in the parenthetical citation.

Citing indirect sources

Sometimes you may have to use an indirect source. An indirect source is a source cited in another source. For such indirect quotations, use “qtd. in” to indicate the source you actually consulted. For example:

Ravitch argues that high schools are pressured to act as “social service centers, and they don’t do that well” (qtd. in Weisman 259).

Note that, in most cases, a responsible researcher will attempt to find the original source, rather than citing an indirect source.

Citing non-print or sources from the Internet

With more and more scholarly work being posted on the Internet, you may have to cite research you have completed in virtual environments. While many sources on the Internet should not be used for scholarly work (reference the OWL’s Evaluating Sources of Information resource), some Web sources are perfectly acceptable for research. When creating in-text citations for electronic, film, or Internet sources, remember that your citation must reference the source in your Works Cited.

Sometimes writers are confused with how to craft parenthetical citations for electronic sources because of the absence of page numbers, but often, these sorts of entries do not require a page number in the parenthetical citation. For electronic and Internet sources, follow the following guidelines:

  • Include in the text the first item that appears in the Work Cited entry that corresponds to the citation (e.g. author name, article name, website name, film name).
  • You do not need to give paragraph numbers or page numbers based on your Web browser’s print preview function.
  • Unless you must list the Web site name in the signal phrase in order to get the reader to the appropriate entry, do not include URLs in-text. Only provide partial URLs such as when the name of the site includes, for example, a domain name, like CNN.com or Forbes.com as opposed to writing out http://www.cnn.com or http://www.forbes.com.

Miscellaneous non-print sources

Werner Herzog’s Fitzcarraldo stars Herzog’s long-time film partner, Klaus Kinski. During the shooting of Fitzcarraldo, Herzog and Kinski were often at odds, but their explosive relationship fostered a memorable and influential film.
During the presentation, Jane Yates stated that invention and pre-writing are areas of rhetoric that need more attention.

In the two examples above “Herzog” from the first entry and “Yates” from the second lead the reader to the first item each citation’s respective entry on the Works Cited page:

Herzog, Werner, dir. Fitzcarraldo. Perf. Klaus Kinski. Filmverlag der Autoren, 1982.

Yates, Jane. “Invention in Rhetoric and Composition.” Gaps Addressed: Future Work in Rhetoric and Composition, CCCC, Palmer House Hilton, 2002.

Electronic sources

One online film critic stated that Fitzcarraldo “has become notorious for its near-failure and many obstacles” (Taylor, “Fitzcarraldo”).
The Purdue OWL is accessed by millions of users every year. Its “MLA Formatting and Style Guide” is one of the most popular resources (Russell et al.).

In the first example, the writer has chosen not to include the author name in-text; however, two entries from the same author appear in the Works Cited. Thus, the writer includes both the author’s last name and the article title in the parenthetical citation in order to lead the reader to the appropriate entry on the Works Cited page (see below). In the second example, “Russell et al.” in the parenthetical citation gives the reader an author name followed by the abbreviation “et al.,” meaning, “and others,” for the article “MLA Formatting and Style Guide.” Both corresponding Works Cited entries are as follows:

Taylor, Rumsey. “Fitzcarraldo.” Slant, 13 Jun. 2003, www.slantmagazine.com/film/review/fitzcarraldo/.

Russell, Tony, et al. “MLA Formatting and Style Guide.” The Purdue OWL, 2 Aug. 2016, owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/.

Multiple citations

To cite multiple sources in the same parenthetical reference, separate the citations by a semi-colon:

. . . as has been discussed elsewhere (Burke 3; Dewey 21).

Time-based media sources

When creating in-text citations for media that has a runtime, such as a movie or podcast, include the range of hours, minutes and seconds you plan to reference, like so (00:02:15-00:02:35).

When a citation is not needed

Common sense and ethics should determine your need for documenting sources. You do not need to give sources for familiar proverbs, well-known quotations or common knowledge. Remember that citing sources is a rhetorical task, and, as such, can vary based on your audience. If you’re writing for an expert audience of a scholarly journal, for example, you may need to deal with expectations of what constitutes “common knowledge” that differ from common norms.

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8/10

‘Counting Cars’ is another excellent spin-off of ‘Pawn Stars’. Props to The Count and The History Channel

cuda1967 17 September 2012
The production value of the show is excellent. Danny ‘The Count’ Koker and his crew are extremely talented and are, for the most part, fun to watch. The only caveats are ‘Horny Mike’ and Danny’s business manager, Scott. Horny Mike’s and Scott’s screen time is abysmal and needs an extreme make-over. Where the heck is Ty Pennington when you need him?

I agree with previous posters: the whole ‘Horny Mike’ thing gets old in a hurry. All of the horns on everything from his helmets and vests, to even some bicycle he hammered together, are quite juvenile. Just a little bit of that adolescent nonsense goes a very long way. While I’m sure he’s a nice guy and excellent at his craft, he just comes across on screen as the sort of not-quite-there kid you tolerated in high school shop class but never invited to the swim party because you thought he might try to eat the lawn furniture for a goof.

Scott, The Count’s business manager, falls into pretty much the same category as ‘Horny Mike’ – great at what he does but an absolute pig on television. Whether he intends to or not, Scott comes across as a loud-mouthed boorish type who would try to out-yawp Chewbacca in normal conversation just because he can. There is nothing subtle about him. He’s a middle-aged, hulking, mountain of a man with the booming voice of an air raid siren. His behavior on camera gives you the sense that he is well-aware of this fact and has probably used it to his advantage since adolescence, where, like ‘Horny Mike’, he seems to be permanently wedged. Another irritating facet of Scott’s is that he tries desperately to ‘look cool’ by dressing in the same style as Danny and the rest. While it works on them, it just makes Scott look like the proverbial fat kid that never fit in on the playground and is still trying to make up for it 40 years after the fact. Finally, I would be remiss if I didn’t mention the disdain Scott appears to have for the shop’s customers, if you can believe that. He tipped his hand in one episode during a typical interview after a scene in which a customer haggles with him and the guys for one of their creations. Scott, true to his overbearing and piggish nature, actually said to the camera, "I just wanted him to give me my money and get the f&%# out of here!" What a disgraceful old gonk. The net effect of his performance is to make me cringe and change the channel… a lot. He needs much less face time on my television.

All in all, the show is great entertainment. I predict it will be another gem in The History Channel’s crown if they ever manage to sort out the ‘Horny Mike and Scott’ conundrum. It is definitely worth a watch.

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7/10

Good show, horrible and dumb “sub plots” bringing it down.

abitonabiton01 11 September 2012
That guy with the horns, yeah – horns and horny ha ha .. very funny but this gag got old the first time they used it. He’s a great airbrush artist this guy, can’t they show how he works instead of the stupid horny jokes all the time? There’s some immigrant guy with an accent that cleans the cars or whatever it is that he does, that they made fun of in one of the shows, seriously? That is so stupid, why are you trying to "dumb down" the show? It’s a shame. Danny tries to be "sly" and pretend like he isn’t the big boss, and instead they brought some loud mouth that is pretending to be the guy who’s running things – also dumb, who’s brilliant idea it was to portray this guy as obnoxious I don’t know, but it’s really not smart and unpleasant to watch. Why not just be more natural? This show is really interesting when the guys are respectful and show the parts with the cars, but all those silly "sub plots" that they pretend that they’re real, damn that is so annoying and makes this show that could have been awesome like "Pawn Stars" to slightly higher than mediocre, because Danny is great and the cars are great, change the rest if you really want to give your audience something good to watch.
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8/10

Gruff and Tuff, But With Big Hearts

ccthemovieman-1 21 March 2015
Rick Harrison, of the ultra-successful Pawn Stars TV show, would send some work to "Counts Kustoms" across town in Las Vegas. In time, Danny "The Count" Koker, the owner of the place, got his own show. The same thing happened to Rick Dale, who stars in American Restoration. Knowing the Pawn Star guys has its benefits!

In this show, you have a bunch of tough-looking, gruff-sounding bike guys who underneath are pussycats…..at least in Koker’s character. Danny and his crew of Kevin, Scott, Roli, Horny Mike, Shannon and others fix up just about any kind of car you give them and transform them into an amazing-looking vehicle, whether it’s a muscle car, classic car from the early years, bike or a coffin-on-wheels! You see a lot of variation of restoration projects and that keeps it interesting, along with the crew, who are fun to watch.

What’s different is that these nasty-looking dudes, led by their boss, have a special heart for people who have served their country, or have been disabled, or want something as a tribute to a fallen family member. Yeah, it’s very sentimental and even sappy at times…but it works. I admit there are times I have a tear in my eye at the end of these shows. I like the feel-good endings. You don’t see much of that anymore on TV.

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1/10

Time to lose the bandana and grow up

benchseat 9 July 2018
The show was OK at best but has reached the point of being unwatchable. The whiny crew and created drama ruin what could have been a decent product. Watching them complain about the build time and supposed blunders got old really fast. If I had a crew that bitched as much as his do I would have fired them years ago and hired some professionals. Fast N’ Loud and Misfit Garage are the same. Lame ass shows that had some excellent potential.
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8/10

Cars are just the Vehicle….

mijbril 4 December 2015
The cars just provide the vehicle so to speak to show you the main people that work at Counts Customs; with nearly always 2 cars / bikes per episode plus the Danny’s pulling over people to ask about their cars & the shenanigans of Mike & Roli, all packed into just 20+ minutes, there’s not much time to show you the build, just the receipt of the car/bike needing the improvement, the haggle on price and the delivery.

Whether it’s all set up or not, Counting Cars shows Danny’s real appreciation of the automobile, if Joe Public when pulled over "randomly" to talk but refuses to sell Danny their car, the excitement Danny shows that he got to talk about "Car X" with them does seem genuine.

Throw in the odd celebrity like Cassandra Peterson or Rob Zombie and you’ve an interesting show. But I’d love to see Elon Musk walk in with a job for them, lol.

The only off-putting part is the disdain Danny shows for Mike which is, I hope, really just put on for the show because Mike is an outstanding airbrush artist. Or if Mike is really such a goofball, then fair enough, but he’d still be my go-to guy for anything requiring customized airbrush artwork.

Finally, the show does portray Danny as a real pushover when it comes to people who have served in the military or are creating a memorial of some sort; in those instances, he doesn’t deliver a car/bike, he delivers a dream. And in those moments, the shows succeeds and brings it into line with something like the UK show, Car SOS.

Hope Season 5 gets the go ahead.

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5/10

Slowly Becoming an Ex Fan

Voivod666 4 February 2018
Ryan is a god of painting and I’d kill to have him lay color on my dream car. The rest of the staff is nearly as talented. My problem is the more I watch the reruns the more I become convinced Danny is a selfish self-centered jerk who’s obsessed with having the most toys. He repeatedly ignores needs of the shop to put his own childish wants ahead of all other things. Shop low on funds? Dozens of jobs backing up because everyone is working on his pet project? Who cares. Go behind Kevin’s back and throw $50,000 or more in another car. He’s got to have enough where he can already drive a different car every day of the month. Just ONCE I want to see him say "Let’s put getting the staff and shop bills paid first." Just once put the livelihood of people who keep you in toys ahead of your own greed, Danny.
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4/10

Decent

sbrazee 7 September 2012
The show is good and shows an amazing business. If you are a car kinda person or not this show is for you. I would give it a 9 out of 10 but the shows biggest draw back is his Business manager named Scott comes on the show and he seems like a huge obnoxious loud mouth idiot. Listening to his mouth is like nails down a chalk board. then there is this other schmuck named "horny Mike" who seems like a total tool loser trying to be so cool. The show could really do just fine and much better if we didn’t need to hear from these two. Sometimes its so bad the show is barely tolerable .Sorry but the show loses a point each because of this.
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10/10

no ripoffs here ,there much more than fair.

vito 9 July 2013
The show is fun ,Danny is the man he knows his cars better than anyone i know. His not a ripoff,he’s more than fare at he work he does is magnificent can’t say I’ve seen better a Scott knows his numbers Like Danny said.the rest of the guys are funny but there work is the best,they deserve to mess around a I’ve watched all the episodes at least twice. I don’t get tiered of watching it..i don’t have a car now,but I’m going to get one and its going to be from Danny here shortly I no mater what it takes, i hope he finds the car im looking for..keep doing your thing . I’ve seen Danny’s car collection on the show,my God his cars are beautifully,magnificent I’ve would be in heaven if i just had one more than heaven
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1/10

Foolish

daviddaveinternational 20 February 2017

Warning: Spoilers

I did some research and discovered, to my surprise, it actually is a business! Further research showed that if you call the business, you get an answering machine. Leaving messages does no good. They’re never returned. Many potential customers have called wanting work done on their vehicles. Calls are never returned. Quite the business, eh?! It’s all put on by The History Channel. That’s who pays the wages at this clown show. Why must every employee have some sort of weird trait? You know, sleeved-out tattoos, "horny" stuff glued to their heads and vehicles, "punk" hairdos, assorted facial hair tied in knots and "stuff"? Every employee has to have a "gimmick". The "Count" for example: What’s the deal with the bandanna around most of his head? What does it do? Nothing. Part of the act, that’s all. Viewers think: "Man, he’s a real ‘biker’!" I guess. Also, if the show is not "fake", why at least 48 "producers"? If the show were real with real employees and real customers, the filming crew would be all that would be required. "Producers" make the show. That means, without the producers, there’s be no "Counts Kustoms". I’ve read that you can buy a T-shirt there for 45 bucks. Hmmm. Anyway, I guess if the gullible viewers think the place is real, that’s all that matters. Me? I’d be embarrassed to admit I worked there! The History Channel makes the place into a Freak Show.
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1/10

Stupid fake ass show

Ty Kano 16 September 2014
I only watched part of this show cuz my brother in law was watching it and after 5 minutes, it doesn’t take a genius to know the show is fake with wack ass actors. Wasup with Bret michaels wannabe lookalike?? Also the guy with the lame spike hair?? Lame show seriously… Who drives around pulling people over and asking them to sell you their cars?? Why is it that all these fake ass shows never have a dissatisfied customer?? Why, CUZ ITS FAKE PEOPLE!!! Wake up.. Also most of these fake ass shows are in Vegas.. Just like pawn stars. Talk About lame show.. Yet people continue watching them cuz I guess they have nothing better to do?? These shows are so fake that they are annoying. I wish they come up with better shows for once..
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8/10

Great Cars

kg_bear 9 April 2017
For the most part the show is a success – however there are two characters who add nothing to the overall value – Mike and Scott – both are horrible actors and their parts take away from the cars and interactions of Danny with the customers. I enjoy seeing Danny ride around and find vehicles, talk to the owners and sometimes purchase a flip – the end products of the creations are fantastic to see but the yelling of Scott and the lack of credibility of Mike take away from the entire show. I turn the sound off whenever Scott or Mike come on.
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7/10

Show needs serious reworking

candygirlst_1 25 May 2015
I’m a KUSTOM KAR KULTURE kinda gal. I love the vibe, looks, sounds, craftsmanship of 1950’s – 1960’s & 1970’s classic hot rods, street rods, tail-dragging low riders, and super cars. Motorcycle’s are my thing too, as I own three classic’s myself. I also like classic 1950’s early 60’s rock ‘n roll, rock-a-billy, some 50’s beat, and some country western too. So I think I am more or less well rounded and with that whole scene… In the beginning – I did not care one iota for Scott’s obnoxious loud mouth, in your face, disrespectful attitude – so I am glad he’s now history. His whole shtick was over the top. I also never cared for Horny Mike! Punk-rocker’s with spiked Mohawks that are tinted green, purple, red and wear studs, horns, tattoos, facial and body piercing’s, etc, turn me off. Horny Mike isn’t cute or sexy – or as cool as he thinks he is. He comes off as a totally arrogant, dirty minded, mean spirited slob, with no respect for his Employer or fellow CK workers, and sasses around thinking he is some Air Brush Artist God, when he is mediocre at best. If he was as great as he brags he is, he would have been discovered as one of the great artistic talents in the USA. He has not! Danny needs to get rid of "Horny Baloney" and hire someone who can do amazing airbrushing, pin-stripping, special effects, custom paint, and also get greasy and fabricate cars too… There are so many young custom car talents longing for their big break to show what they’ve got – and Danny needs to do a national talent search towards that end… as well as someone less Toady looking and more intelligent acting. I understand Danny’s background as the Count, his music and Band, and his Chopper Motorcycle and Groovy Van’s penchant… but that that whole counter culture theme is now fast going out of style as is Danny’s pony tail, ubiquitous head bandanna, and always in baggy jeans with a Levi vest and chain drive wallet. The show is now getting a little long in the tooth and needs serious updating getting away from the Dracula themes and purple velvet. I mean, The Munster’s Show was over in the 1960’s! I feel for Rolli. He is like an immigrant duck of out water and without a flock. His hatred of Horny is very evident too. It makes me cringe to watch Horny Mike and Rolli try to make nice – it isn’t there and as viewer it feels very uncomfortable to watch. It is evident that NO ONE at CK likes Mike. Not even Danny, so why he is still there is a mystery. The Counting Cars Show is a production and it is scripted, directed and rehearsed. Nothing is spur of the moment or real time "reality". There is just too much at stake with advertisers and network ratings to allow for an embarrassing gaff. Even the car searching in the streets and asking others to pull over, is scripted and set up. Counting Car’s cannot be everything all in one. Custom Cars, Choppers, Rock and Roll Bands, Tattoo Parlor, Celebrity Cameo’s, and company competition of whose the coolest or rudest dude alive. The show is chasing it’s tail now and it feels like it. It’s run out of gas. I hope they can rescue it. Or it’ll just be one more car show junked!
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4/10

Horny Mike

saheitman 3 November 2017
A few years ago I would have rated this show a 10 but since Horny Mike became a co-owner I very seldom watch this show. He has brought the show to the slums. He thinks he is all that and a piece of cake but he is just a pain in the ass. If anyone is to be a co-owner it should be Ryan. He brings the show dignity and shows his very unique art expertise. Way to go Ryan. Get some coconuts Danny and dump the looser.
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More fake crap.

O2D 1 September 2017
I will never understand why TV executives think that making fake reality shows is a good thing.Why even pretend it’s real?Do they think that little of their viewers intelligence?Obviously, yes.They couldn’t have found a lamer person to put on a TV show.Danny Koker used to be the host of one of those stupid Saturday night shows where they would play terrible old movies.He even had a stupid name, Count Cool Rider.It’s clear he didn’t make his millions from there, he must have inherited it.It’s also obvious he didn’t get rich from playing his terrible music.He’s clearly another spoiled rich kid who bought a club so his talent-less band could have a place to play.Anyway, this show started out partially real but the History channel couldn’t stand that so they had to ramp up the fakeness.It didn’t get really bad until the season where they pretended that a bunch of semi-celebrities were their customers.It was the same thing that terrible pawn shop show did with one big difference, the pawn show was able to get people who were really famous while Counting Cars had to settle for people who were only famous because of who they were related to(Ziggy Marley, Barry White’s wife, etc).After that season they went with a fully scripted show that is not entertaining at all.We live in a sad world when shows like this are not only popular but also on the "History" channel.Let’s hope this gets cancelled soon.
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7/10

Interesting and Fact Based: A Good Watch

rotex29 19 July 2016
Great premise for a show, if there weren’t throngs of other car restoration shows on TV. But this one is slightly different.

Propped up by the backdrop of glitzy Las Vegas, the show revolves around Danny Koker, a well-known Vegas personality who’s business interests not only surround cars, but tattoo parlours and bars. The show is creatively scripted, as most reality shows, and contains obviously cast-ed story-lines examples being one of Koker’s cast of characters restoring their own car, or taking on the teaching duties of "airbrushing" to a colleague, all to have a contest at the end to see who is the better airbrush artist. Some shows focus on a specific customer and their story, which can tug at the heartstrings and keeps it interesting. The viewer is filled in on specific facts related to the original vehicle, and is given a glimpse into how Koker and his team are going to approach each project. In the end, Koker and his team do their magic on an automobile or motorcycle raised from the scrapyard, only to bring it back to a greater glory. His work is fabulous and his attention to detail, although good, sometimes shows up on some of the smaller stuff, like headlight chrome which remains pitted and dull remaining on what is a beautifully restored auto. Could be an issue with not being able to find a 60 year old part? So I never said the show was perfect. Barring that, its an interesting watch, however too much time is spent on the story-lines in my opinion, where more could be dedicated to the intricacies of the beautiful work they do, and focusing on the difficulties of exactly how they get it done, like re- manufacturing parts where none are able to be found. Did I mention the headlight chrome? All in all, Koker is an engaging sort. He has what seems an warm TV personality, a good heart and a good soul. He helps out the Vets with doing things for no money, and takes time to look after those who have been dealt a bad hand or have an unfortunate story, which makes this totally watchable. Take a look, it will help you kill 30 minutes.

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4/10

Fun for a few shows, but it gets old and repetitive

ssih 23 February 2017
I will admit that I really liked this show at the beginning. Danny seems to be a great guy, and there is a pleasant mix of wacky and competent workers there at the shop to make it interesting. And for a while, it was fun seeing the amazing conversions and restorations they’d come up with. But after a season or so, it starts to get old fast. It’s the exact same script. Perhaps it’s a ’78 Roadrunner this week rather than a ’79. But Horny Mike will invariably be annoying Ryan, and Kevin will chew out Danny for spending more than he should. Lather, rinse, repeat.

The should could be a LOT better. One of my greatest annoyances (aside from the repetitiveness) is the way they go from a piece of junk directly to the finished product without showing any of the process. I’d love to see how they fabricated that replacement piece, or the installation of the engine. But they feel they’ve got to wow you by going directly from the unfinished car to the spectacular restoration.

While I don’t agree with some that the entire thing is scripted, I do believe that a lot of it is, especially the "drama" within the shop. We see Ryan working on a mundane detailing job when Horny Mike comes in to be a pain, and there just happened to be three cameramen filming at the time? What are the odds??

I believe that the segments where they pull over car owners or knock on the door of a car owner are, for the most part, candid. But I’ll bet that before two scary guys walk up to someone’s door, dressed in black and sunglasses, they probably have the female segment producer go up first and explain what they’re doing.

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7/10

Season 3 much better

bjoernarfjelde-276-504753 25 April 2014
Finally they got it right, it is so much more entertaining without the shouting and screaming. Danny is the boss now -and he call all the shots. Thats benefit the garage and the show a lot.

Fixing up cars and often do a whole makeover is entertaining to watch, more entertaining than "Overhauling". When there’s no clock hanging over the show "to add suspension". In stead of showing us everything they do with the car(s) they skip to the most important thing, the big reveal. Sure there is some flawed things here and there, but hey, its only entertainment -if you want to learn something quintessential – pick up a book or something.

Keep it that way and I’ll be watching.

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1/10

Downgrade my rate from 8 to 1

laurenthoutent 11 July 2018
The show used to be great.

It’s now apparently scripted for the lowest common denominator, and has become moronic drivel.

I am no longer watching.

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The Best Portable Dry Ice Maker Machines of 2018

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Running out of ice is a common problem in parties. A single refrigerator can’t fulfill the demand of ice for a party. That is why you need to purchase a separate ice maker for home. When you look for the best dry ice maker machines, will find tons of products . But you need to pick the best one carefully.

As you are going to use the ice maker for home, you need to be concern about the size. For the easiness, you should purchase a portable one which is the one that lightweight, and you can quickly move here to there

However, choosing the best portable dry ice maker machine is difficult for any new user. Here I am going to write a complete buying guide for ice maker machines.

Let’s take a look at our best picks of the portable dry ice maker machine down below :

Table of Items list

  • 11. Knox Compact Ice maker
  • 10. Della Portable Black Ice Maker Machine
  • 9. Avalon Bay AB-ICE26S Portable Ice Maker
  • 8. Costway Portable Compact Electric Ice Maker Machine
  • 7. Luma Comfort IM200SS Portable Clear Ice Maker
  • 6. Think Gizmos Counter Top Ice Machine
  • 5. NewAir AI-100CB Portable Ice Make
  • 4. Costzon Built-In Stainless Steel Commercial Ice Maker
  • 3. Opal Nugget Ice Maker
  • 2. hOmeLabs Portable Ice Maker Machine for Counter Top
  • 1. Igloo ICE103 Counter Top Ice Maker

11. Knox Compact Ice maker

11. Knox Compact Ice maker

This is a small ice maker machine which is recommended only for home usage. If you are suffering from finding a product with low price, can purchase it. It comes with 27 pounds capacity per day. This machine uses the modern compressor refrigeration technology for making ice. Comes with an LCD control panel. It is so easy to operate the machine. Also, you can easily carry here to there because of the lightweight.

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Features

  • You can select from 3 different cube sizes.
  • No need any installation.
  • Large see-through window to observe the process.
  • Designed with removable tray for transfer the ice easily.
  • Price is affordable for all.

10. Della Portable Black Ice Maker Machine

10. Della Portable Black Ice Maker Machine

This ice maker is recommended for those people who need something highly portable. This is a compact ice maker machine with lightweight. You can easily install the machine wherever you want. Also, it can make 26 pounds of ice per day.

Designed with a see-through window to observe and monitor the process. You can select from two different cube sizes. The control panel is easy to understand. No matter even you are a new user of ice maker machine. You will understand its operating system.

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Features

  • Product dimension is 9.75 x 14.5 x 12.75 inch.
  • It has 6 minutes operating cycle.
  • Designed with automatic overflow protection.
  • 26 pounds ice making capacity per day.
  • It weighs 21 pounds.

9. Avalon Bay AB-ICE26S Portable Ice Maker

9. Avalon Bay AB-ICE26S Portable Ice Maker

Looking for a convenient ice maker machine with an affordable price? Do you need to use the ice maker continuously? Then check the features of this ice maker. This ice maker machine can make 26 pounds of ice per day. Also, takes only 15 minutes to make the first batch. This is a portable ice maker that is easy to install and move. However, its construction quality is not satisfactory.

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Features

  • Its dimension is 11 x 14.8 x 14.7 inches.
  • Weighs only 20 pounds.
  • Freestanding installation style for the convenience.
  • Main material is plastic.
  • 1-year limited manufacturer warranty.

8. Costway Portable Compact Electric Ice Maker Machine

8. Costway Portable Compact Electric Ice Maker Machine

This is a counter top ice maker which is suitable to use at home. You can make the necessary ice for your parties. No need to stop the party because you are out of ice. It can make 26 pounds of ice a day. Also, comes with a lightweight design for hassle-free movement. So, you can install the ice maker directly to the party spot. You will love its stylish outlook and the durable construction.

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Features

  • 9.5 x 14 x 12.9 inches dimension for installing within a small area.
  • It comes with 1.5 lbs capacity of ice cube basket.
  • Designed with a light indicator.
  • It takes 8 minutes to make the first batch of ice.
  • Weighs only 17.5 pounds.

7. Luma Comfort IM200SS Portable Clear Ice Maker

7. Luma Comfort IM200SS Portable Clear Ice Maker

Need an ice maker that has large capacity? Then you should check this unit. It has 4.6 pounds of ice capacity. Also, this ice maker machine can make 28 pounds of ice per day. This is a compact ice maker machine. It produces crystal clear restaurant quality ice that you will love.

This ice maker made of stainless-steel for the durability. However, there are some complaints from the customers for this product. It is not a sustainable machine at all.

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Features

  • Its dimension is 14.8 x 11.3 x 14.1 inches.
  • It uses the modern technology of ice making.
  • Easy to control the machine.
  • Makes 28 pounds ice a day.
  • 1-year warranty starts with the purchasing date.

6. Think Gizmos Counter Top Ice Machine

6. Think Gizmos Counter Top Ice Machine

This is a perfect ice maker machine to use at home. It has a portable design that allows you to install anywhere as you want. If you are living in a small apartment, it is recommended. It is made of stainless-steel for the durability.

Therefore, you can select from three different ice cube sizes. The large ice bucket can hold approximately 2.2 lbs of ice. Need only 6 minutes to make batches of an ice cube.

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Features

  • It makes 26 pounds of ice per 24 hours.
  • Highly durable with stainless-steel construction.
  • Ice storage capacity is 2.2 pounds.
  • Machine weight is only 25.1 pounds.
  • 12 months warranty is available.

5. NewAir AI-100CB Portable Ice Make

5. NewAir AI-100CB Portable Ice Make

Customers love its pretty outlook. It comes in blue color. It is a compact ice making machine that suits comfortably in a small area. If your kitchen is small, this machine is recommended for you. It can make 28 pounds of ice a day. So, you don’t have to purchase ice from stores.

Also, the operating process is so easy. Just plug in, and it is ready for use. It takes 15 minutes to make freeze the first batch.

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Features

  • Indicator light to notify you if water needs to add.
  • No need to wait for a long time.
  • Its dimension is 14.5 x 11.8 x 15 inches.
  • The weight of the machine is 24.3 pounds.
  • 1-year limited warranty from the manufacturer.

4. Costzon Built-In Stainless Steel Commercial Ice Maker

4. Costzon Built-In Stainless Steel Commercial Ice Maker

Are you looking for the best portable dry ice maker machine for commercial usage? Then this Costzon ice maker is just perfect for you. It is constructed from the stainless-steel for the durability. Also, you can easily install the machine within a small space. Its portable design allows the users to move it wherever they want. It has 12 to 18-minute ice making cycle which is enough for a local pub.

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Features

  • Comes with a compact design.
  • Dimension of the machine is 19″ x 16″ x 31″.
  • It is constructed from stainless-steel for the durability.
  • High efficient ice maker machine.
  • Storage capacity is 33 pounds.
  • It can make 110Lbs per 24 hours.

3. Opal Nugget Ice Maker

3. Opal Nugget Ice Maker

If you are looking for a high-end product with the premium quality, this machine is suitable for you. Though its price is a little bit high, the performance is incredible. The operating temperature range of the machine is 55 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit.

Moreover, it can produce 1 lbs within an hour. So, you don’t have to face the “run out of ice” issue. The compact design allows the users to carry the machine wherever they want.

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Features

  • Highly portable counter top design.
  • It takes 15 minutes to make the first nugget.
  • It can hold 2.5 quarts of ice.
  • Doesn’t make noise during the operation.
  • Limited 1-year warranty is available.

2. hOmeLabs Portable Ice Maker Machine for Counter Top

2. hOmeLabs Portable Ice Maker Machine for Counter Top

If your budget is not so high for a counter top ice maker, try this hOmeLabs ice maker. It comes with 1.5 lb ice storage capacity. This is a portable ice maker machine that you can carry with less effort. It can make 26 lbs of ice per 24 hours.

Need maximum 6 minutes for making ready the ice cube. The best part you are going to love is its quiet operation. There will be no annoying noise when it is cooling the water.

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Features

  • Ice maker’s dimension is 9.5 x 12.9 x 14 inches.
  • Its weight is 19 pounds.
  • Ice scoop is made of BPA free plastic.
  • 26 lbs capacity per day.
  • Easy to use control panel.

1. Igloo ICE103 Counter Top Ice Maker

1. Igloo ICE103 Counter Top Ice Maker

If you are looking for the most portable design, this ice maker is recommended for you. It comes with stainless-steel construction. So, the durability is high.

Also, you can choose from three different ice cube sizes (small, medium, and large). It takes maximum 3 minutes to freeze each batch of ice. On top of that, the machine can hold 2.2 lbs of ice. You will love its compact design that is easy to move here to there.

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Features

  • It is a counter top ice maker machine.
  • The weight of the machine is 25.4 pounds.
  • The capacity of the machine is 26 cubic feet.
  • Easy to use control panel for faster operations.
  • Durability is guaranteed with stainless-steel construction.
  • 1-year warranty for the accessories and parts.

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Why Do We Need Ice Maker Machine?

As I earlier said, refrigerator can produce a limited amount of ice. This is not enough when you are arranging a party at home. But a portable ice maker can be a great alternative. They come with large capacity. Also, they are easy to install within a small space.

Additionally, They are highly beneficial when you are going to a camping or any outdoor activities. There will be no shortage of ice when you grab an ice maker machine. They are easy to use and budget friendly.

If you pick a durable one, it will give the service for a long time without any hassle.

How to Choose the Best Portable Ice Maker Machine?

When you want to win the deal on an ice maker, need to focus on some particular things. Here are the facts that you must look before you order one.

  1. Compact Design:
    You are going to use the ice maker at home, right? Then the dimension of the machine is essential. Being small enough to accommodate at your home is necessary. However, you need to choose the size based on how much ice do you want to store.
  2. The capacity of the Machine:
    the most crucial part of a dry ice maker is its capacity. It depends on your necessity. If you arrange lots of parties at home or you go for weekend trips on a regular basis, need high capacity. Usually, manufacturers mention the capacity in pounds per day. For example, a product has the capacity of 26 lbs per day. It means you will get maximum 26 pounds of ice within 24 hours.
  3. Durability:
    You have to spend a good amount of money for an ice maker. So, it is necessary to choose a durable one. To ensure the durability of the product, look for the materials. Usually, stainless-steel material is better than others. They sustain for a long time without any issues. For the security, I recommend purchasing a dry ice maker machine with warranty. This will keep you tension free for a particular time.
  4. Energy Savings:
    Surely users want to cut off the utility bills. So, when picking the product, look for the energy feature. You should know how much energy does the machine consume. Especially when you are using the machine for outdoor activities. If you want to use the machine in the car, you should purchase a product that consumes less energy.
  5. Cost:
    Price of a dry ice maker depends on the features of it. If the capacity is high and comes with high-grade materials, the price will increase. If you are willing to purchase a medium capacity ice machine, it will cost you $100 to $300. Some high-end products come with a high price.

Wrap it up

All the products in the above list of best dry ice maker machine has high rating from the customers. Some of them I have used personally and highly satisfied. Based on the product model, the dimension may vary.

You can also measure the area where you want to install it. Then pick the right ice making machine for you. The above products had different capacities and prices.

So, you need to identify what you want from the ice maker. Then order the chosen product and enjoy your parties.

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Product features

  • 2lbs block produced in 1 minute
  • Uses liquid CO2
  • Overall Dimensions: 8.9″ L x 6.3″ W x 6.3″ H

Product description

The DILVAC Portable Dry-Ice Maker is the fastest way of providing a block of Dry-Ice for your needs. It is compact and lightweight, requires no electrical power and is safe and simple to use. Most importantly it is there to give you immediate access to Dry-Ice (-109.3°F) when you need it. The economy of having Dry-Ice ‘on-tap’ can provide considerable financial savings. The DILVAC Portable Dry-Ice Maker produces a block (not slush!) of approximately 2.2Lbs (1KG) in weight in about 1 minute. Yield from a 75 lbs liquid cylinder – 5 to 6 blocks at room temperature. (Yield can appreciably increased at lower ambient temperatures, i.e. @ 41°F approximately 1/3 more blocks may be produced.) The unit comes complete with hose ready to connect to a cylinder of compressed liquid CO2 with an internal siphon and standard CGA-320 valve. Full instructions provided. (Note: We do not sell gas cylinders/tanks, which can be obtained from local gas dealers or welding supply stores.).


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  • Product Dimensions:

    8.9 x 6.3 x 6.3 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.8 pounds ( View shipping rates and policies )
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  • ASIN: B007BFD2KW
  • Item model number: 300001
  • Average Customer Review:


    4.4 out of 5 stars




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