Gas Powered Blender

Gas Powered Blender

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Phinch writes “So you’d like to have a nice blended margarita out in the middle of nowhere? So did I. All you need is gas trimmer and a blender to make blended drinks in remote areas. Of course, I’m still working on how to make ice without electricity.”Link.

6 thoughts on “Gas Powered Blender

  1. DGary says:

    “I’m still working on how to make ice without electricity”

    Easy, look into gas absorption refrigerators.

    A quick search in your favorite engine for the term “Icyball” should yield an interesting version of gas absorption refrigeration. They aren’t continual cycle designs since they need to be “charged” by heating, and then they follow up by cooling, but they are a closed system and can be made very durable.

    I would avoid ammonia and look to use lithium bromide, which is the more commonly used, and substantially less risky form used in commercial products.

  2. fxer says:

    These things are pretty cool, even just for backyard parties as it crushes ice much better than any regular blender. Companies like Daiquiri Whacker sell these if you don’t want to mod a small engine yourself, but then…why would you be here!

  3. aexe says:

    Or you can do it the right way…

    Flash’s V8 Blender

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