As suggested by its name, the set is meant as a first set and introduction to those who are beginners of Zero-G, whilst including all the fundamental elements that the series consists of.
- Samurai Ifraid W145CF (yellow)
- Guardian Revizer 160SB (clear red Guardian, opaque black Face Bolt, clear white 160SB)
- Zero-G Shogun Ripcord Launcher (gold) and winder (black)
- Zero-G Shogun Ripcord Launcher (silver) and winder (black)
- Zero-G Attack Type Stadium (yellow tabs)
- Metal Fight Beyblade Zero-G series - Road to Win Guide.
The First Zero-G Battle Set contains interesting recolours, as well as some competitive parts like W145 and Revizer, however it is generally not worth purchasing this Set at that price. The Zero-G Stadium Attack Type, although good, is available in other Sets and separately; the Samurai Ifraid recolour is partially present in another product already; and it only comes with two Zero-G Shogun Ripcord Launchers, which are inferior to the Zero-G Light Launcher and the Zero-G Launcher. Furthermore, the Zero-G Road to Win Guide provides no particularly good and unknown information. In conclusion, especially if one started purchasing Zero-G products in its early months already, there is no reason to buy this Set besides for collection purposes.
- It was originally known as the Fast Zero-G Battle Set.
- This is the third Zero-G set to include a Samurai Ifraid W145CF recolour.