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Let the party begin.

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.

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Hi There, would you be able to ship the...

Hi There, would you be able to ship the Vortex Blender to the UK? And if so, how much would it cost to send?

I look forward to receiving your reply.

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Backcountry Bartender

    Love this thing. The two speeds are killer and it chops ice great. It'll also blend fresh fruit or veggies. I can honestly say, NOTHING is better than a frozen margarita on a river trip...

    Backcountry Bartender

    Am looking for the c clamp for this blender...

    Am looking for the c clamp for this blender - anyone have any ideas of where I can get one?

    GSI doesn't have a parts list listed on their site, but your best bet is to contact them directly to see what replacement parts they have available. They can be reached by phone at 1-800-704-4474 or via online form at

    Write your answer here.....................Looks like a standard size C-clamp..Bring to a hardware store to see for sure what size fits and what size you are clamping to!!!!

    I have the same problem,
    I clamped mine to a work top,
    and it didn´t undo cause the worktop was too thin,
    maybe I´m not the only one???