Fusion Aluminum Pure End
Fusion Aluminium Ends are lightweight and super robust. Perfect for making your own Fusion Dragon Staff as they are made to perfectly fit the Fusion Handle.
Price is for one end.
1 x Fusion Aluminium End
Fusion Modular System
Compact for Travel
Like all Fusion Staffs, they set up in seconds by simply twisting the handle. The key to the system is the highly engineered patented locking mechanism that’s simple to use and provides superior strength with no wobble or rattle – That’s super important for a balanced flow.
The kit is super compact – packing down to about one-third its size when disassembled. With the solidly machined connector, it has no moving parts and collapses down instantly.
The Fusion system is totally modular and has been designed to fit any 22mm tubing, which means you can swap the ends to glow, fire, contact, or dragon ends.
Weight Sml = Silicone: 174gm EPDM: 161gm
Weight Med = Silicone: 191gm EPDM: 180gm
Weight Lge = Silicone: 210gm EPDM: 191gm
Length Sml = 500mm
Length Med = 550mm
Length Lge = 600mm
Length Selection Guide
Around sternum height is a good guide for spin staffs. Select the staff length closest to this measurement. This is a good length for a balanced staff that isn’t too long or too short.
Keep in mind length is always a personal preference.
Grip Selection Guide
Threeworlds offer three types of grip for their spinning and Fusion gear: EPDM, G-Grip and Silicone. Each has its own unique properties; read on to find out which is best suited to you.
Silicone is an environmentally sound, clean product. It’s washable and very durable. It’s the longest-lasting grip and provides excellent grip when dry. It does suffer when wet; whether that be from humidity or sweat which is its only real downfall.
+ Extremely long-lasting – you won’t have to replace it often
+ Excellent grip in dry conditions
+ Fully washable to keep it looking and feeling new
+ Transparent so you can see markers underneath for more precise spinning
– Doesn’t handle wet conditions/sweat well. You may have to wipe it down with a dry cloth occasionally during use.
Gripped with Silicone for a long-lasting grippy feel.
Silicone is an environmentally sound, clean product. It’s washable and very durable. It’s the longest-lasting grip and provides excellent grip when dry. It is also fully washable so you can keep your props looking and feeling good as new. It is the grippiest of all the grips when dry but it does suffer when wet. Occasional wipe-downs during your practice might be needed to keep it dry.
EPDM is simply a black foam strip. The foam is soft, grippy and stays grippy in most situations – even when wet. It does leave some black residue on the skin after use as the foam is uncoated to maximise grip and it will need to be replaced after a while once it wears out.
+ Great level of grip
+ Grippy in wet or dry conditions
+ User replaceable at home
– Wears out – you will have to replace this grip after a while
– Leaves black residue on the skin
Gripped with EPDM for a grippy and comfortable feel.
EPDM is a type of synthetic rubber known for its durability against environmental wear and tear. This grip is tacky and padded with all the hard-wearing benefits.
EPDM stays grippy even even when wet which may make it better suited for play in humid climates. It is also user-replaceable at home with our EPDM Grip available per meter.
It has a cushioned feel with a 2mm thickness, perfect for softening catches, this makes it great for beginners and experienced spinners alike.
Made by Spinners for Spinners
Threeworlds are fire spinners too and know what a great staff feels like. They have been making fire staffs for over 20 years and have been continually improving their design to bring you the highest quality fire twirling equipment on the market.
Strong Aluminium Tubing
Made from extruded 7075 Aluminium tube. It’s the perfect balance between weight and strength, which means you’ll enjoy this staff for years.
Experiencing issues with your Fusion Staff?
Watch videos on some troubleshooting tips for your Fusion Products here: Fusion Troubleshooting