Onix Fuse Outdoor Pickleball Review

Onix Fuse Outdoor Pickleball Review

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Will the Onix Fuse be your new Favorite Pickleball?? Is it better, different, or worse than the Pure2 you all know and love (or hate, if you’re a dura fast 40 fan).

Teaser: there’s a problem with this ball, but i think we’ve found the solution…

Tournament directors and Pickleballers everywhere, this video answers all your questions about the new sanctioned tournament approved Onix Fuse pickleball.

4 Comments

  1. Mitch Skibicki on May 21, 2021 at 1:54 am

    PG—a question for you (to research?)….are any/all of the pickleballs recycleable?!? I love the sport, but the amount of plastic waste that we are generating, especially with the increased use/manufacture of less durable balls, is slightly appalling. I would appreciate your thoughts/knowledge on this subject. Thanks!! kevin.



  2. Bruce Delaplain on May 21, 2021 at 2:22 am

    Great commentary. I just recently had people refuse to play with my new Topspin balls because they were too soft. Got the Fuse. Will see what they say. I’d be happy with a ball that bounces less than others. seems like it would help for longer rallies.



  3. CJ Sacksteder on May 21, 2021 at 2:27 am

    Onyx does list a Fuse indoor ball now, https://onixpickleball.com/product/kz42003y/. Hope they send you some of those to try.



  4. LatiNoble on May 21, 2021 at 2:27 am

    Great video. I’m a year late but just wanted to say, It’s not easy to make looking at a talking head interesting and I watched the whole thing. I used to throw new pure 2s in the dryer on medium heat for 20 mins. Now all the courts in my area use Franklins because all the tournaments use them. My opinion of the Franklin X-40 is a whole other tangent. Talk about a love hate relationship. What’s funny is our beginners court now use the green pure 2s because they don’t have to try as hard to put pace on the ball while still looking like there using what everyone else is. It’s really helped them develop quickly.