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Driger F is a Hasbro BB type icon balance Balance Type Beyblade released under the Spin Gear System. This Beyblade is also the second Beyblade in the Driger series following the #35 Driger S. This Beyblade was designed with a special Gimmick Spin Gear featuring a free-spinning shaft designed to work in conjunction with an automatic clutch Blade Base for in-battle performance mode changes.

This Beyblade was featured in the "Beyblade" and "Beyblade: V-Force" animes as well as the "Beyblade" manga as the signature Bey for character Ray Kon before he upgraded to a more advanced model.

Bit Chip (BC): Driger (F Version)

The Chip depicts Driger.

Attack Ring (AR): Cross Fang

  • Weight: 5 grams

Cross Fang features four symmetrical tigers as the main contact points. However, these contact points do not protrude far enough from the AR and are not sharp enough to provide a powerful attack.

Weight Disk (WD): Eight Balance

  • Weight: 14 grams.

Spin Gear (SG): Right Spin Gear (Full Auto Clutch Ver.)

  • Weight: 7 Grams

This Spin Gear features a metal shaft supported by a metal bearing that ends with a Metal Flat tip. The design closely resembles that of Dranzer S but has a wider metal tip, such that two are not interchangeable. The free-spinning shaft helps reduce the loss of spin when the Beyblade equipped with this part is hit by an opposing top. Customizations using this part, which were tested by WBO member Galaxy in 2011, had proven that the tip is particularly aggressive and hard to control, making it very useful for Attack-Type combos. 

Blade Base (BB): Full Auto Clutch Base

  • Weight: 15 grams

This Blade Base can only hold the Right SG (Full Auto Clutch Ver.); this base has an increased weight respect to the others,due to the fact that it contains two springs blocked by two metal clips. Full Auto Clutch Base is very unbalanced, and can not be used for competitive purposes.

Other Versions

  • Driger F (Hasbro - Metal Master Ver.)
  • Driger F (Hasbro - Hyperblade Ver.)
  • Clear Yellow Driger F (Takara - ??)
  • Clear Purple Driger F (Takara - ??)
  • Driger F (Takara - Burst)
  • Driger F (Hasbro - Burst)


Name in Other Languages

Language Script Pronunciation Etymology
Japanese ドライガー(ファング) Doraigā Fangu Same as Japanese name
Korean 드래이거 F() Deulaeigeo Pang Same as Japanese name
Chinese 銀牙烈虎F Yín Yá Liè Hǔ F Same as Japanese name