- 1 Bit Chip (BC): Dranzer (V Version)
- 2 Attack Ring (AR): Cross Attacker
- 3 Weight Disk (WD): Ten Balance
- 4 Spin Gear (SG): Neo Right SG (South Magnecore) (Dranzer V Version)
- 5 Blade Base (BB):Volcano Change Base
- 6 Gallery
- 7 Other Versions
- 8 Overall
Bit Chip (BC): Dranzer (V Version)
The chip depicts Dranzer.
Attack Ring (AR): Cross Attacker
- Weight: 5.6 Grams
This AR is descent for smash attack. It is very similar to Master Dranzer.
Weight Disk (WD): Ten Balance
- Weight: 14.9 Grams
Ten Balance's ten side with its good weight distribution it's good for attack and endurance type beys
Spin Gear (SG): Neo Right SG (South Magnecore) (Dranzer V Version)
- Weight (Total): 5.6 Grams
- Weight (Core): 3.3 Grams
Blade Base (BB):Volcano Change Base
- Weight: 6.6 Grams
This blade base can change from a sharp tip to a flat tip. This BB is good for balance types, and in some occasions, attack types. However, it has been outclassed.
Dranzer V 3D Model (available at TurboSquid)
Dranzer V - SonoKong Version
- Dranzer V - White Version
- Dranzer V - A-80 Beystadium Magne Dome - Hyper Red Version (Red) - comes with a unique North Magnecore (Dranzer V Version).
- Dranzer V - Toys 'R' Us Ultimate BeyStadium (Black Lightning Version) - Thunder Phoenix Version (Yellow)
While it doesn't excel in any particular field, Dranzer V is a very well rounded Beyblade, with a fairly useful Weight Disk, passable Attack Ring, and a Blade Base which offers solid performance in Attack and Survival and most notably, impressive ease of use. These factors combine to create a Beyblade that is not only decent out of the box, but quite simple to improve, making it a great choice for Bladers who are new to Plastic Beyblades. Lastly, the unique Spin Gear is interesting if not particularly useful, and Neo Spin Gear Casings are always a positive inclusion. While not a must have, Dranzer V is a useful Beyblade to own, especially for beginners.