Blender To Run On Inverter

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  1. mwark

    mwark Read Only Funster

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    Hi,

    Does anyone run a blender (handheld or otherwise) on an inverter? Can you recommend one? My partner and I make a healthy smoothie every day for breakfast and would like to be able to do this while on the road.

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    Thanks. So from research, any blender less than 300 watts should be ok? We add nuts to the smoothie so need something that is at least slightly powerful.
     
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    I make soup with my 160w with my blender from the inverter. Its only on for a few seconds.
    It's a 300w inverter.
     
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    My maths says a 300w blender, hand or proper one.. Will take about 25amps. But as it only runs for a min or two thats about an amp... So no massive drain on the battery.. But you need a good sized inverter and wired direct from the battery. One that plugs into a cigarette socket will be no good..
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    Solar ,2x 110a batteries haveing a 1500w inverter runs the microwave fine ,and I have a nutribullet 600w ,use it with no problems , makes good smoothies etc only on for less than 1 min :)
     
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    Nice, nutribullet are good. Used one before.
     
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    Btw, I have solar, 2 x leisure batteries, 600W Nikkai inverter.
     
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    Trial & error the I think :)
     
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    A BLENDER !!???!!

    Chew thoroughly and spit into a bowl

    Repeat several times until you have sufficient quantity

    This way you enjoy it twice without wasting lekky

    Huh! Beginners, who'd 'ave 'em.
     
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    Then empty black tank contents on the roses ..sorted proper recycling :D
     
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    Did anyone find a good 12 volt one? still searching #
    thanks
     
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    or a good battery one or even a hand one. I ordered one that you pull a rip cord to spin the blades but its not arrived in time and was only £8 so most likely not good.
     
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    My mum made do with a hand driven one. Bloody modern kids etc....
     
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    Keep looking but you won't find one....12v won't give you enough torque unless you make smoothie from plain yoghurt with nowt in it.
     
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    Beware... some of my low wattage kitchen appliances need a pure sinewave inverter to run and some don't...

    Just saying...

    JJ :cool:
     
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    I'd happily have one but can't find any!
    I should've said we don't have an inverter just 12v sockets. Looking for a battery driven or rechargeable ideally
     
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    Loads here:)

    https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=hand whisk rotary&biw=457&bih=628&source=lnms&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiZv5fmu6DPAhUGVRQKHf8gBFUQ_AUIBSgA&dpr=1
     
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