The Bottom Line
- Margaritas and Daiquiris miles away from an outlet.
- Well blended cocktails, as smooth as the ones you make at home.
- Extremely efficient, plenty of gas in one tank to make more Margaritas than you can drink.
- Great support from the manufacturer if anything breaks.
- Carrying case that also holds two liquor bottles and doubles as a backpack.
- It's not the quietest blender, in fact it's as loud as a chainsaw.
- Difficult to clean beneath and around the blades.
- Many small parts that can break easily.
- You need to fill the gas tank before you leave or carry a can of gas with you.
- A 10 pound blender with a 48 ounce plastic pitcher. Holds 11 ounces of fuel.
- A 24cc Poulan 2-stroke engine with 2-1/4 Horse and variable RPM, throttle and speed control.
- Perfectly blended drinks in less than a minute.
- Stainless steel blades driven by a steel shaft supported with sealed ball bearing construction.
- Optional carrying case for blender and two bottles of liquor that can be used as a backpack.
Guide Review - TailGator Blender- Blending on the Go
A small gas tank on the side of the blender holds the power needed to run the motor that sounds like a chainsaw, leaving you no way you to go unnoticed. Everything about the mechanics of the blender is based on the chainsaw model and it is easy to operate once you get the hang of it. Begin by adjusting the choke, then, while pressing the throttle trigger, pull the starter rope and you're up and running. The throttle controls the blending action and works just like a regular single-speed blender.
Overall, for the blender on the go this is the one. There are very few reports of the blenders malfunctioning outside of the normal wear from extended use that is expected of any appliance. It seems that the manufacturer is constantly updating the blender and you can easily trade in for the newest model.