Despite what we have shown you in the past, it's a pretty hefty task to improve the blender. One would think with the current technology available, it could be silenced, optimized and more, but no. So why not just enhance the existing blender functionality?
The L'Equip R.P.M blender includes a tachometer on the front panel. If it says anything about the blender itself, the tachometer ranges up to 20,000 RPMs. It only begs the question &8212; does a 20,000 RPM blended frozen cocktail taste any different than a regularly blended one? Chances aren't likely, but hell, you have a tachometer in your car, why not in your blender? It's available for $134.