Driger MS
Driger - Metal Slash
ドライガーMS (メタルスラッシュ)
Release Date(s)
Japan: Not optional
Product Details
Product Number: A-124
Type: Balance
Parts Information
Bit Protector: Driger Emblem
Attack Ring: Metal Upper
Weight Disk: Circle Balance
Spinning Core: Semi-Flat Core
Fictional Information
Owner: Ray Kon
Anime debut: Yes
Manga debut: Beyblade Vol.12, Chapter 3:
"A Beast with Bared Fangs"

The A-124 Driger-Metal Slash is a Balance-type Beyblade and the second of the three introductory Beyblades implementing the Hard Metal System. It was introduced during Beyblade G-Revolution in the series' BEGA arc and during chapter 3 of the manga series' 12th volume as the personal and last Beyblade used by character Ray Kon.

Bit Protector: Driger Emblem

The Bit Protector is constructed entirely of black ABS caul plastic and comes complete with two sticker decor options:

  • Driger's Emblem: A circular sticker featuring a stylized tattoo of Driger's head, with the words "DRIGER" and "Heavy/Hard Metal System" (in smaller font), all in white, labeled beneath it, sitting against a red background.
  • Driger: A circular sticker featuring a dynamic, full-colored rendition of the Bit-Beast, Driger against a yellow background.

Attack Ring: Metal Upper

Attack: 2 Defense: 2 Endurance: 3 Weight: 20g

Right-Spin Abilities: Metal Upper takes advantage of the dual slopes on the metal frame's design in conjunction with its ABS caul parts and the result is solid Upper Attack capability.
Left-Spin Abilities: The dual "tiger heads" in the metal frame's design functions well in Smash Attacks due to its thick metal spikes

Overall the AR design is rounded and well-suited in compact customizations. It's Upper Attack capability is reliable, but the arrival of similar newer parts have since outclassed it.

Weight Disk: Circle Balance

Attack: 2 Defense: 2 Endurance: 2 Weight: 15g

The Circle Balance is a good weight and is good for many different purposes.

Spinning Core: Semi-Flat Core

Attack: 2 Defense: 1 Endurance: 2 Weight: 2g

The Semi-Flat Core has a balanced movement pattern. Though it's designed to be defensive it has some endurance qualities as well. All in all however, there are much better RC choices.


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