As it stands right now, the world is divided into two groups: people who own blenders powered by classic boat motors, and losers. Don't be a loser, snag that ish up at Windchimes & More.
Don't be fooled by a name that sounds like a store your grandmother would call "not edgy enough", because this green-conscious FLA couple constructs badass wares out of everything from kitchen items to backyard tools, instead of just giving up on life and using lame "chimes". The signature piece is clearly the aforementioned gas-powered party blender, outfitted with a '58 vintage red/white Johnson Outboard motor that had its inner-workings gutted and replaced with ones from a Homelite 2-cycle, and operates as an otherwise standard appliance with the original tiller handle/throttle, choke lever and even a kill button, which producers almost did when they nearly gave the role of Benjamin to Breckin Meyer. Their clanging, melodic wind-signifiers are made of everything from old-school rooster-shaped Jell-O molds, to egg beaters, to a "Busted Knuckle" number made with a set of recycled wrenches hung from one chain-linked giant wrench with 25lb lines and stainless steel fasteners to "relax you with its tones", though what'd be really relaxing right now is some Funky Cold Medina.
The duo'll also custom-make manly creations by request -- though if it's your last request, ask for a blender powered by a Cigarette.