12-Volt Blender

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Postby Ken A Hood » Wed Jan 11, 2006 3:53 pm

What about this one............no batteries req'd..

http://www.pebbleshop.com/store/330340.html
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Postby Chris C » Wed Jan 11, 2006 10:05 pm

Now I like that one, Ken. I believe that makes more sense than any other I've seen mentioned. :applause: :thumbsup:
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Postby doug hodder » Wed Jan 11, 2006 11:05 pm

Juneaudave wrote:Wasn't it Dean that just ground up his coffee beens in a sock? :?


Dean grinds his beans in a sock..
His coffee can taste like chalk..
he doesn't care
it's not underware..
don't like it...go take a walk....

Sorry Dean...I'll bet you don't forget the grinder next time.... :lol: Doug

And Kevin...I know a bit about your tear...this one's for you...

So Kevin, he has no galley..
to build, he really should rally
He needs to cook eats...
makes incredible sweets...
on this aspect, he really can't dally....

great cookies Kevin...so how'z the galley coming.... :thinking: Doug
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Postby Wright » Thu Jan 12, 2006 6:50 am

Ken, I read a couple reviews of that hand crank blender, from what I understand the gearing inside is plastic and wears out quickly.... definitely not first hand knowledge from me... just what I read.....
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Postby Jiminsav » Sat Jan 14, 2006 11:07 pm

man, I must lead a sheltered life...i never in my wildest dreams imagined a gas powered blender..and 4 cycles at that.
dayum, i want one
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Postby dhazard » Sat Jan 14, 2006 11:13 pm

Jiminsav, If you firer that sucker of when camping next to me you had better be ready to share what you are blinding up. :tipsy:
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Postby Chip » Sun Jan 15, 2006 7:02 am

A gas engine fired blender,, :rofl: :drofl: :rofl2: just another reason to stick with Pickle juice,,, simple,, easy to pack, no mess blending, and it really doesnt need cooling unless thats your preference,,,

I did buy a PJ accessory this weekend,, its a tiny crystal pitcher with top and six tiny glasses,,, just the right size for a shot and a sip,,actually the sales lady said it was a cordial set but since I have never drank a cordial I figured it should be used for P.J. ,,, cordials my butt ,,, that sales lady didnt even know what she was selling,,, its a pj set if I ever seen one

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Re: 12-Volt Blender

Postby Rick Sheerin » Sun Jan 15, 2006 8:36 am

TomS wrote:I was browsing Cabela's web site and found this 12-Volt blender.

http://tinyurl.com/bgjmf

Has anyone tried this or a similar blender. Do you think it has enough oomph to grind up ice for frozen drinks?
Tom- Talk to Dave from Camp Adk- He makes one hellava Marguerita with his blender!! You could probably experience one first hand if you come to the Spring Tear-up 2006.
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Re: 12-Volt Blender

Postby TomS » Sun Jan 15, 2006 11:57 am

Rick Sheerin wrote:
TomS wrote:I was browsing Cabela's web site and found this 12-Volt blender.

http://tinyurl.com/bgjmf

Has anyone tried this or a similar blender. Do you think it has enough oomph to grind up ice for frozen drinks?
Tom- Talk to Dave from Camp Adk- He makes one hellava Marguerita with his blender!! You could probably experience one first hand if you come to the Spring Tear-up 2006.


We'd like to go to Spring Tear-up. But, we still don't know the date of my son's High School graduation.
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