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Beyblade Metal Masters Triple Battle Set

by Hasbro

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  • This Triple Battle Set has it all - tops, launchers, a Beystadium and the tournament grids and rule book to keep track of who wins against who and how
  • Set up the exclusive Galaxy Pegasus and Meteo L-Drago tops on the launchers and customize the Beystadium with the included battle cores
  • Triple Battle Set comes with 2 exclusive Metal Masters tops, 3 battle cores, 2 Ripcord Launchers, 24 tournament grids, 2 collector cards and official rule book
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Product Description

Product Description

This complete Triple Battle Set has everything you need to start battling it out with the best! With a Beystadium arena to fight in and exclusive battle tops and launchers, you can start your dueling practice as soon as you’re set up. Customize the Beystadium with three battle cores: the Zip Core forces straight-line movement, the Chaos Core brings chaos to the tops’ movement, and the Deflector Core brings craziness because it affects right-spin and left-spin tops differently! With the tournament grids and official rule book, you’re ready to do battle with all comers! Set up your exclusive Galaxy Pegasus and Meteo L-Drago tops for a launching, spinning attack that will leave you victorious – or ready to fight again!


Challenge your friends to intense top battles with the Beyblade Metal Masters Triple Battle Set. An ideal toy for Beyblade beginners, this set contains everything you need to start battling, including two classic Beyblade tops and a unique arena for them to battle in. Recommended for ages 8 and up, this set is sure to provide plenty of top-slamming, rip-cord-pulling thrills.

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Beyblade Metal Masters
Triple Battle Set
  • Ages: 8+
  • Requires: Ready to play
At a Glance:
  • Thrilling, customizable top game combines strategy and skill
  • Comes with two classic Beyblade tops
  • Tops are fully customizable with interchangeable components
  • Unique arena adds depth and strategy to top battles
  • Fun, strategic gameplay
Beyblade Metal Masters Triple Battle Set
Two classic Beyblade tops spin and battle in the unique arena. View larger.
Beyblade Metal Masters Triple Battle Set
A Game of Customizable Battle Tops

For those who are unfamiliar, Beyblade is a twenty-first-century reinvention of the classic game, "Battling Tops." The game is adapted from a wildly popular manga and TV series, "Beyblade," in which characters pit high-tech tops (called "Beys") against one another in staged battles. To play the game, players begin by revving up their tops with a rip-cord launcher. They then release the tops into an arena, where the tops collide and knock each other off balance. The last top left spinning wins the game.

Much like the tops in the TV show, Beyblade tops are fully customizable. Each top features five separate components that can be taken apart and recombined with pieces from other tops. The trick is to build a top that has all the qualities necessary to outlast your opponent. You can build an "attack" top that strikes with extreme force, a "defense" top that deflects attacks, or a "stamina" top that can keep spinning for long periods of time. With hundreds of different top combinations possible, this game lets you can create a distinct battling style of your own.

Two Popular Beyblade Tops

The Triple Battle Set comes with two of the most popular Beyblade tops: the Galaxy Pegasus and the Meteo L-Drago. The Galaxy Pegasus is a classic attack-style top, which uses aggressive maneuvering to knock down opponent tops. It has a fiery red-and-blue design and sports a Pegasus emblem at the center. The Meteo L-Drago, meanwhile, is a more unconventional top: it spins counterclockwise and features hooks that grab opponent tops. With its metallic gold-and-silver finish and intimidating dragon emblem, the L-Drago is highly sought after by collectors.

Both tops are constructed out of metal and have a solid and hefty feel. Our testers had some difficulty snapping apart the various components of the tops. However, with a little bit of adult assistance, children should have no problem disassembling and rebuilding their tops.

Unique Arena for Thrilling Beyblade Battles

The Triple Battle Set also includes a gear-shaped battle stadium that has been specifically designed for Beyblade battles. Made out of hardy plastic, the stadium has a concave design that naturally directs each top towards the center. It comes with three different "battle cores" that can be installed at the center of the stadium, and each influence the battle in different ways. There is a "Zip" core, which forces tops into a straight line of movement. A "Chaos" core causes tops to move unpredictably, and a "Deflector" core sends tops circling into their opponents. The cores add strategic depth to the game and should help keep battles fresh and exciting.

Strategic, Educational Fun

Playing with Beyblades involves both strategy (selecting which top components to use) and skill (launching the tops properly). The game will have players exercising their creative muscles, as they try to come up with new strategies for winning. It could even foster an early interest in engineering, as it encourages kids to find out why certain top components work well together. Overall, this is a fun, constructive toy for younger and older kids alike.

What's in the Box

Beyblade Metal Masters Triple Battle stadium, two performance tops, two ripcord launchers, three battle cores, rule book, and tournament bracket notepad.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 15 x 15 inches ; 1.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B004SGS3B0
  • Item model number: 31671
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #78,859 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
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3.8 out of 5 stars

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100 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Amy Phipps VINE VOICE on September 28, 2011
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My 9 year-old son is a huge Beyblade fan. He has more than a dozen tops and a couple of stadiums, and has had hours of fun over the last year customizing his Beys and battling with his friends. Needless to say, we were very excited to get this new Triple Battle Set. Unfortunately, it hasn't been as enjoyable as we hoped.

The two exclusive Beys included with this set, Galaxy Pegasus and Meteo L-Drago, are fantastic. Pegasus spins right, while L-Drago spins left, making for some spectacular battling action. I was pleased to see that this season's tops have been redesigned to eliminate some of last year's less desirable features. There's no easy-to-destroy rubber tip on the bottom of Pegasus anymore, and the stickers that used to be put on top of the Beys and rippers have been replaced by screen printed character logos. These Beys can spin long and hard, and we love them.

The problem? The stadium isn't really much fun. In theory, it's designed with three interchangeable centers so that you can customize your battle arena, but it only took us a few minutes to realize that all three centers produce the same result: the Beys get stuck in the grooves in the center and stop prematurely. No long, tense battles, and fewer dramatic collisions between tops. My son quickly put the Triple Battle stadium away and went back to his older stadiums.

Though we love Beyblades, I wouldn't really recommend this product. The stadium is a disappointment, and the MSRP of $35-40 is way too high when you consider that most of the big box retailers sell basic stadiums for $10 and 2-packs of Beys for $15. Buy wisely and have fun battling!
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Noname TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 3, 2011
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My kids are seven and ten. They have been collecting Beyblade for more than a year. Between them, this is their third stadium and I can't count how many Beys. They love the Beys from this Triple Battle Set. According to them, the new Beys spin faster and attack more than their other Beys. They claim it's the new tips on the bottom that help do this. Of course, combining this with their other Beys is so much fun.

My daughter loves the new stadium, because it comes with interchangeable plates for the floor that cause the Beys to spin more wildly. My son doesn't like that feature. He says it disrupts the spin. (I know, that's the point!) However, he is fighting to keep it, so I'm not sure how much he actually dislikes it. It is a small stadium, but there's plenty of room for battle.


UPDATE: I've played the Beys on different stadiums with my children, including the one in this triple battle set. I don't agree with them that the floor inserts cause the Beys to spin more wildly. They seem to get stuck in the grooves, some more than others. That disrupts their path, but it doesn't throw them wildly around the stadium as they had suggested (unless one counts the collisions with the other Beys that this may enhance).

I do like the smaller stadium because the Beys have a more active battle, but the Beys spin longer in the larger stadium. I guess that's why my son prefers the larger stadium.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By John L. Hoh Jr. VINE VOICE on October 27, 2011
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I applied to review this product because my son loves Beyblades. For those who don't know, Beyblades are tops that use a rip cord to get them to spin. There are four different types of Beyblades (and actually dozens of different Beyblade tops within the four categories) that are cast and calibrated for endurance or to attack. This game is based on the anime movies and TV series (yes, my son religiously watches the show).

This triple battle set was a godsend for my son. His first words, when he saw it, was "This was just on TV!" He immediately played with it. The set comes with a stadium in which the Beyblades spin in a battle (two or more people ideally play this game as the goal is to have your Beyblade the last to stop spinning). With this stadium comes three center circles, each with a different patterned impression. This means you can spin the same Beyblades with with different stadii to get different results. Two Beyblades come with this kit.

The educational aspect of the game is that my son studies the movements and patterns of the Beyblades. As I said, each Beyblade in crafted differently. How does each nook and cranny in a spinning top affect its movement, stability, and energy? How does the difference in base affecte the spinning tops? Certainly enough variables for a curious pre-teen boy to remain occupied and studious, which my son does.

Compared to other stadii I have purchased for my son, this one is much sturdier with a thicker plastic. The size of the stadium, however, is smaller than the other two stadii my son has. But he has used this stadium more than the others since he got it. It was definitely a "home run" with my son.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Dave TOP 500 REVIEWER on October 27, 2011
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My 5 year old son was introduced to Beyblades at school where some kids where bringing them in for share day. I got this set and he loves it and plays with it frequently with his friends. He already had opinions about which Beyblade was best (Galaxy Pegasus by his measure) and has a really good time playing with it with his 6 year old cousin. The point is to basically have two tops "battle" each other in this little arena. It's pretty good clean fun for kids. They do try to get you with all sorts of add-ins. My son is pretty clueless about all that, but older kids would probably enjoy it more.

I think my son is at the bottom end of the age range for this toy. He has a 4 year old little brother who likes the idea of playing it, but has a little trouble with the mechanics of getting the top going. He could work it out but he get's impatient and moves on to other toys. So I think for most kids, 5 years would be the starting age range. I can find many negatives to say about it. The Beyblades are a shape that really begs to be thrown and they are heavy enough to do a little damage, so if you have a really rowdy kid that might be something to keep in mind. So far my kids have manage to avoid doing any damage to the house or each other, so I can't complain.
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