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Beyblade Metal Fusion Super Vortex Battle Set
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- From dynamic attacks to evasive maneuvers, all of your best techniques will be put to the test
- Make yourself the champion
- Awesome set comes with everything you need to stage a serious spinning showdown
- Battle it out between your Storm Pegasus top and your Lightning L-Drago top with a left and a right-spin Ripcord Launcher
- Set includes Super Vortex Beystadium arena, 2 exclusive Beyblade Metal Fusion tops and 2 ripcord launchers
- Also includes 24 tournament grids, official rule book and 2 collector cards
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Turn up the excitement with this awesome battle arena for your super-cool Beyblade tops. This Super Vortex Beystadium arena was specially designed for super-intense battles -- which is important, because you're about to go all out. Set up your Storm Pegasus and Lightning L-Drago tops to prepare for battle. With its RF tip for aggressive maneuvering, your Storm Pegasus top is a serious mover and shaker. Your Lightning L-Drago top has a unique left-spin that maximizes its attack potential. When these to battle it out head-to-head, there's no telling who the winner will be. Start the spinnin'g with your two Ripcord Launcher tools and keep it going as you chart your battles on the 24 tournament grids.
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My 9 year old son absolutely loves this toy and as far as I am concerned an area of this sort is pretty much necessary for playing with the beyblades.
The only drawback, is that they ***could not have used cheaper plastic*** I mean, and I really mean this, the plastic containers that meat comes in from the butcher seems to be thicker than this. I could not believe how light and think this thing is. They really, really could done a better job making this not-so-flimsy.
Having said that, it has not broken to this point, though I feel that if a kid accidentally fell or stepped on it, that would be the end of it.
Don't let this prevent you from buying it though, because like I said, without the arena, the beyblades are just not as much fun!
If you are shopping for one of these arenas, another one I'd consider is this one:
I have seen it and it is a little bigger. Same plastic though.
I'm still a little skeptical on the entertainment longevity of a toy which features two spinning tops crashing into each other. I think the seller intends for Beyblades to be as much a collectible toy, as a game. So be prepared to spend even more on spinning beyblades, if you plan to extend the staying power of this toy.
As for the educational value, the only real value will come from parental adults input on gyroscopic inertia, centrifugal force, and coriolis force, and similarities to other objects (like the Earth). Obviously one doesn't have to use these terms, but one can explain why the tops remain upright, and how two tops smashing into each other are outside forces drastically impacting the behavior of the spinning tops. One can change the impact of each spinning top by changing the mass, and the fractional aspects of the top.
My boys love this toy, but unfortunately Pegasus always wins. My 9 yr old was very disappointed at this because in the cartoons L Drago seems to be the strongest one and that's why he chose that top. My 6 yr old is happy to have chosen Pegasus because finally he has a chance to win at something.
This is the toy they were expecting the most and I was surprised at how small the tops are and how flimsy the stadium looks. I read some reviews that you can open the tops and interchange the parts, but I don't see how a little kid can do that with such small parts.
I will definitely have to buy more tops so that my boys can resume their play. My 9 yr old refuses to keep playing when he knows he's going to lose.
It's a good starter, and then you can add individual Blades in the future and your kids can interchange the parts for different results... different tops and bottoms of the Blades have different 'battle' behaviours, so they can experiment. Each blade comes with a wrench to take it apart.
Overall, a bit expensive for what you get, but it can provide a few good hours of entertainment on a rainy day, so worth it.