Diamond Select Toys has a number of new products arriving in stores today, and one of them is perfect for Back to the Future fans.

Back to the Future 2 Mr. Fusion Electronic Prop Replica
A Diamond Select Toys Release! It’s almost 2015, which means we’re only months away from inventing Mr. Fusion, the device that turns garbage into energy! Arguably the biggest technological leap between the 1985 we saw in Back to the Future and the 2015 we saw in Back to the Future II, the Mr. Fusion Home Energy Reactor is now a realistically scaled 18″ electronic replica from Diamond Select Toys, complete with a sound effect to let you know that the sealed processing unit has been opened and is ready to process household waste into 1.21 gigawatts of energy! Runs on included batteries. (Item #OCT142188, SRP: $399.99)


It’s weird because I was just thinking the other day how I would really like to have a prop replica of Mr. Fusion. I’m a little disappointed that it isn’t a 1:1 scale model, but that would probably cause the price to skyrocket. I’m just hoping someone gets this and attaches it to the back of their Volkswagon Beetle.

via Diamond Select Toys


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  1. A friend of mine just bought a DeLorean, so I wish I could get him this and the flux capacitor replica for his birthday. Of course, he’s not exactly thrilled that I’ve made nonstop Back to the Future references EVERY SINGLE TIME I go for a ride in the car.

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