About Fusion Booster
Fusion Booster is a personal blender that combines a lightweight design with a powerful 300-watt motor, helping you add healthy fruits and veggies to your supplements, yogurt, and shakes in a fraction of the time. You’ll even be able to “supercharge” soups, dips, sauces, and baby food!
Each Fusion Booster includes a dishwasher safe, BPA free, 20oz detachable bottle, so you can enjoy your healthy drinks on the go. And when you’re finished using it, Fusion Booster’s compact design means you can store it just about anywhere.
Taken together, Fusion Booster can not only help keep you healthy, but it can also help you lose weight, cleanse your body, and save you money in the process.
You’re here because you’re interested in leading a healthier lifestyle. And what’s one of the best ways to do this? Improve what you put in your body. But just how much value can you expect to get out of Fusion Booster? Will it really help you meet your health and wellness goals?
Let’s jump right in and talk about juicing to find out.
The Popularity and Benefits of Juicing
As the name implies, juicing involves using different methods (more about this in second) to extract the juice from raw fruits and vegetables, leaving behind only liquid. Inside this liquid are a number of “vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, anti-inflammatory compounds, and phytonutrients” that can provide a variety of health benefits. On top of this, because they’re liquid, these juice drinks are more easily digested by your body, ensuring that you get as much of these nutrients as possible (this is the “rapid nutrition” referenced on the Fusion Booster website).
If you’ve been reading a lot about juicing, you’ve probably encountered the claim that it can help rid your body of accumulated toxins, further improving your health. This might make sense, but according to health professionals, there’s little-to-no evidence that juicing can cleanse your body—or that your body even requires “cleansing” in the first place.
Despite this, there are clearly a lot of reasons to increase your juice intake if you’re looking to maximize your health, which is probably why you have so many different juicers to choose from.
Fusion Booster vs. Other Juicers
Want to quickly see just how many options you have? Type “juicer” into any search engine, and you’ll find that you have thousands of different models to choose from, ranging in price from $20 to several hundred. In fact, Fusion Booster’s manufacturer makes another product named—appropriately enough—Fusion Juicer.
How does Fusion Booster stack up against all the options? We’ll talk about price in the next section, but from a features standpoint, Fusion Booster’s probably at the lower end of the scale. It appears to only feature one speed, one type of blade, and one container.
Speaking of blades, the Fusion Juicer might be considered more of a blender than a juicer. Why? Because, compared to cold press/masticating juicers like ProVita Juicer, Life Juicer, Big Boss Healthy Press Juicer that squeeze fruits and vegetables, the Fusion Booster will basically just liquefy them. And the heat created during this process can destroy a meaningful amount of essential vitamins and nutrients.
So, while Fusion Booster might have a more powerful motor than some juicers, this doesn’t necessarily translate into any additional health benefits.
Will Fusion Booster’s Price Give You a Health Setback?
Available in red, black, or white, Fusion Booster is priced at $19.95 plus free shipping. Each order will also come with a to-go lid, as well as a 60-day money back guarantee, less S&H charges.
In order to request a refund, you’ll need to call Tristar Products customer service department at 973-287-5187. Outside of the Fusion Booster, what other products does Tristar manufacturer?
Other Products From Fusion Booster’s Manufacturer
Overall, their products generally come with 2-star average customer ratings or lower, often based on complaints referencing failure to work as advertised (or at all), along with less-than-stellar customer service. Regarding Fusion Juicer specifically, although it only had three reviews on HighYa at the time of our research (versus hundreds for the other products above), it had a 1-star average rating. Why? Much of the same.
So, while we’re not necessarily saying you’ll encounter any of the same with Fusion Booster, it wouldn’t be unreasonable to carefully consider this before placing your order.
Our Bottom Line
We’ve said it a lot over the years, but it’s worth repeating: your overall satisfaction with most ASOTV products will depend primarily on your expectations.
For example, when it comes to Fusion Booster, are you expecting to get professional-level quality and years of worry-free use? In our opinion, you’re likely to end up disappointed. On the other hand, are you just interested in getting your hands on a quick-and-dirty blender/juicer with limited functionality? Perhaps to get your feet wet and see if you even like juicing? In this instance, Fusion Booster might be right up your alley.
Just keep in mind that you can purchase a low-end masticating juicer for not much more than Fusion Booster, which might provide more of the essential vitamins and nutrients you’re looking for.
Before we go though—and although this might be obvious—it’s worth noting that the blends you create with Fusion Booster will only be as healthy as the ingredients you use. So, if you’re adding fresh fruits and veggies, it could really help you lead a healthier lifestyle (at least from a nutrition aspect—exercise is something else altogether). But if you’re filling it with nothing but chocolate ice cream (to use an extreme example), it probably won’t help you meet your health or fitness goals.
What are your thoughts about the Fusion Booster? What did you like? What didn’t you like? Whatever you experienced, tell the world about it by writing a review below!
1 out 1 people found this review helpful
Bad taste left in my mouth.
I bought a Jason Vale Juice Master pack three years ago for £176 ($226.09) in total, including a tax of £25 ($32.12)! I had four bottles with the Fusion Booster. Now they are lost, and I've gone to replace them. Juice Master no longer stocks it, and there's no shipping to the UK from Tristar products. This renders the blender useless.
The juicer doesn't juice so well after the odd dent or two to the steel basket part. The blade on the blender has a rubber insert that comes loose. The customer service from Juice Master is woeful once you've parted with your money, and fairly bad before that. A disgustingly oversold product. Like most things in the US; never as good as the hype.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend