The Fusion’s spacious dining table can accommodate up to ten people, plenty of room for the entire family. By removing the three-piece dining tops and engaging the easy Rise-and-Fall mechanism, the table can quickly be raised from a conventional dining level to the regulation pool-table height. The foolproof mechanism is spring-assisted, so it can easily be engaged by one person.
The table tennis net, similarly, couldn’t be easier to set up. The Fusion Diner uses the ‘crate and barrel’ system, which simply involves placing the net on top of the table and ensuring it is straight and level. No technical knowledge or complicated moving parts are required and the transformation takes seconds. The tops themselves are designed by Alexander Walder-Smith and are manufactured by our Yorkshire-based specialist joinery workshop using real wood veneers. These join together using a tongue and groove system and are reversible – each side is specifically suited to dining and playing, respectively.
With a minimalist design guaranteed to suit any environment, the Fusion pool table sports a customary 3/4’’ Italian slate bed. It is also highly customisable, available in 6 different wood finishes - examples include a dark wenge shade, sumptuous white oak, distinguished grey oak, rich smoked walnut, and black or white lacquer. Further customisation can be applied to the metal frame, which is available in stainless steel or powder coated grey, white or black. The Simonis professional cloth is also available in a variety of colours, along with a broad range of accessories.
Saluc are the Belgian company behind the Aramith brand. They’re well-known across the globe for both their ground-breaking innovations in the pool table industry, and for consistently manufacturing superior products. The Fusion Pool table is one of their many successful patents, first conceived in the late 1990s. Since then, Saluc have been successfully making Fusion tables for over fifteen years, and remain unmatched in terms of quality. As well as the success of their tables, their Aramith balls are used almost exclusively for snooker and pool tournaments worldwide.
Our current MD, Alexander Waldersmith, is particularly fond of the Fusion diners, to the point of having commissioned one or two himself. We’ve been selling games tables since 1962 and Fusion diners since shortly after their inception in the late 1990s, so we know a thing or two about our products! Our showroom will gladly assist you on any questions you may have before or after you purchase any Games Room Company equipment.