GSI Vortex Blender

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Weight 4 lb 12 oz
Dimensions 6.50 in x 5.70 in x 10.30 in
Materials Copolyester Resin and Stainless Steel

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We've all sat in a high-mountain basecamp or a sweltering summer camp site after a long day and dreamt of a frosty margarita or a tasty cocktail. Thanks to the GSI Vortex Blender, that dream can be a reality. In addition to mixing up crowd-gathering cocktails, this portable party maker mixes up smoothies, sauces, pancake batter, and whatever else you want to throw in there. The two-speed gear and hand crank easily mash up ice, and a bottom C-clamp keeps the blender secured to a table, tailgate, or any other sturdy surface. When it's time to move camp, the blender base stores easily in the pitcher until the next fiesta.


Compact, lightweight handcrank blender Ideal for mixing sauces, shakes or pancake batter. Powerful two-speed gear system crushes ice and processes food. This compact, lightweight handcrank blender adds another dimension to camp cookery - it's ideal for mixing shakes, sauces or pancake batter. Powerful two-speed gear system crushes ice and works as a food processor. Lexan® pitcher and cap are virtually indestructible. Exclusive pour-through locking-lid design eliminates mess. Stainless-steel base nests in pitcher for compact storage. 4 lb. 12 oz. 16" H.

- Vargo Outdoors

Powerful, two speed gear system crushes ice or works as a food processor. Durable 1.5 L pitcher and shot cap made of BPA-Free resin. Exculsive "pour through" locking lid design. Wide base and C-clamp secure the blender to any table to help prevent accidents.

- Teton Village Sports

The GSI Outdoors Vortex Blender is an outdoor party in the making. It also mixes up healthy smoothies, sauces and pancake batter - just attach it to a table or tailgate using the handy C-clamp, add a few fixings, and start turning the handle.