The Chaos Blender is a food blender in which the blade system travels up and down vertically in the mixing chamber to aid in proper and complete ingredient blending.
Inventors Daylan Clemence and Dale E. Clemence of Calgary, AB have created a food blender in which the blade system travels up and down vertically in the mixing chamber to aid in proper and complete ingredient blending.
The idea was born while trying to make a favorite blended shake with a new blender that was marketed for its superior ice crushing capability. However, the ingredients would not break up properly. They stayed at the top and away from the blades at the bottom. Unfortunately, this actually happens a lot. This is because the impeller blades operate in a void and the remaining solids do not fall down to the bottom of the blender. This requires the operator to stop the blender and manually stir it or even shake the entire blender. In turn, Inventors Clemence created the Chaos Blender.
This clever new invention offers a new range of motion. It creates a push/pull effect on ingredients. It wont require users to shake or stir ingredients during the mixing process. The blender is great for crushing ice. It saves time and aggravation. The use of the Chaos Blender allows for the thorough and complete mixing of food ingredients in a blender in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.