About Fusion Juicer

An “As Seen on TV” product manufactured by TriStar Products, the Fusion Juicer is a “rapid nutrition vehicle” that claims to be faster and more efficient than traditional juicers, at more than half the cost. Designed by Jason Vale, a UK-based nutritionist, juicing expert, and best-selling author, the Fusion Juicer contains surgical quality steel blades in a sleek, compact design, and is dishwasher safe.

The company claims that the Fusion Juicer’s extra-large chute can accommodate most fruits and vegetables, and can help you avoid the need for pre-chopping or peeling. Its Superior Extraction Technology allows it to remain cool during the juicing process, which allows you access to juice that is more pure, and which contains more essential vitamins.

What Makes the Fusion Juicer Special?

When compared to other popular juicers, the Fusion Juicer claims that its extra-large chute allows you to juice most fruits and vegetables whole, without being required to cut, peel, or core in advance. And its 3,600-rpm motor, in conjunction with stainless surgical steel blades, means that you can juice even the most difficult foods with ease. Available in red, black, and white, the Fusion Juicer’s non-drip spout also allows you to pour without having to worry about making a mess.

Fusion Juicer Pricing & Return Policy

Currently, the company’s website advertises the Fusion Juicer at $120, or six equal installments of $19.99. However, it also comes in an Elite version for $239.98, or six equal installments of $39.98.

The Fusion Juicer Elite features all the same aspects as the standard version, but adds a stainless steel finish with black accents, a deluxe pitcher, a screen cleaning brush, as well as juice and glass stands. In addition, you’ll also receive a family booster pack, four 20-ounce bottles with non-leak caps, and a recipe guide. Overall, the company claims that the Elite version contains $200 worth of extras.

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3 Customer Reviews for Fusion Juicer

Average Customer Rating: 1.0
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  • 5 out 6 people found this review helpful

    Fusion Juicer is a piece of junk

    • Staten Island, NY,
    • Jun 26, 2015

    Bought this juicer after my Jack LaLane juicer was destroyed during Hurricane Sandy. The Fusion costs $20.00 more than Jack's and does half the work. After producing just barely a pint of fruit juice; 2 apples, 2 pear, an orange and 1 banana, the motor would not start again. The amount of pulp left was tremendous and still full of water. Juicing with Jack's juicer leaves the pulp as dry as a bone. I waited for a cooling off period, over 20 minutes, and still it would not start. Good luck trying to get your money back. I would give it 0 stars, but you rating requires at least 1 star. This juicer is junk, expensive junk.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 7 out 8 people found this review helpful

    Disappointing

    • Georgia,
    • Jun 23, 2015

    Do not buy this juicer. Its simply a overpriced Hampton Beach juicer. My lasted 3 months and even when it was working it constantly bogged down. Doesn't work anything like they show on TV. I bought the warranty so after a 45 minutes phone call with someone who barely spoke English I was told they would replace it for free and it would only cost me $29.99 for shipping which is most likely what they have invested in this juicer. I know its not worth anymore than that. Piece of junk.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 2 out 2 people found this review helpful

    Do not buy

    • Chicago,
    • Jul 8, 2014

    I bought Fusion Juicer and after one month of using, it was falling apart! I returned it and never got my money back! Customer service is very rude! DO NOT buy Fusion Juicer!

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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