We bought a small tabletop ice maker from walmart several years ago (igloo brand). It's pretty much a power hog, but at 110V, not 220. We find that our solar
controller goes into absorption mode by about noon on sunny days and we have way more amps available than we are using, so we turn on the icemaker. It makes a good bit of ice in 4-5 hours and it's done with electricity we would have just thrown away otherwise. We have a pretty good size freezer
compartment in our fridge and just move the ice to a plastic bag and put it in the lower part of our freezer
outside of the evaporator. It takes for ever to make ice in that part of the freezer and it will not freeze meat, but it will hold ice quite well. We once had a Uline ice maker/drink fridge that was AC only. It really didn't work
for us while cruising as the compressor
did not run well on our modified sine wave inverter
. The ice maker portion died and we tore it out and it's now my tool closet. I don't know where you are going to get a 220V table top ice maker in the states, but if you can find one and you have solar
it works pretty well.
If you are in St. Petersburg Russia
and not St. Petersburg, FL then of course you might not have excessive solar power available.