- This article is about the Takara Tomy release. For the Hasbro release, see Infinite Achilles A6 1B-D Dimensioning-SP.
Infinite Achilles Dimension' 1B (インフィニットアキレス・ディメンションダッシュ・1B, Infinitto Akiresu Dimenshon Dasshu 1B) is a Balance Type Beyblade released by Takara Tomy as part of the Burst System as well as the Superking Layer System. It was released in Japan on October 24th, 2020 for 1188円 as one of two prize Beyblades in Random Booster Vol. 22. It is the evolution of Union Achilles Convert Xtend+ Retsu.
Superking Chip - Achilles
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Ring - Infinite
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Chassis - 1B
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Performance Tip - Dimension'
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- Like the namesake of its predecessors Z Achilles 11 Xtend, Z Achilles 11 Xtend+ Cho-Z Achilles 00 Dimension, and Union Achilles Convert Xtend+ Retsu, Infinite Achilles' name is based on the word "infinite", a term that describes something impossible to measure or calculate, and Achilles, a Greek hero who fought in the Trojan War and was the greatest warrior and central character in Homer's Iliad.
- Infinite Achilles' avatar is an upgrade of Union Achilles' with alterations:
- The wing on each side of Achilles' helmet have been replaced with a circular crest, and the blue "V" base is now a gold "V" with an arrowhead on each point and a pronounced shield-like crest with a silver-framed orange gem in the center.
- The faceplate is now smooth and singular, and the sides have been replaced with extensions from the crests on the helmet's sides.
- The "V" crest on the chest has been replaced with a blue gem, symbolizing the blue core on the Achilles Superking Chip, and a shield-like gold frame with red and white accented jagged edges.
- The tunic armor sports three blue-raspberry gems on each rib cage area.
- The crimson cape is now white.
- The silver upper rims on the vambraces now sport a gold edge.
- The armor kilt's front now sports a silver-rimmed orange gem at the front with a silver flap on both sides, the gold rims have disappeared, the other flaps now have a gold base, and a gold ring at the top around the waist.
- The pauldrons now sport a curving tip, the second under section is silver, the back side now has a silver plate with a gold edge and red accents, and the front now has a silver curving crest with a blue gem.
- The gold accents on the shin guards are thicker, the wings have been replaced with the curving crests, and the blue orbs on the knees are now diamonds.
- The shield is now wider, more red with a silver sword-style base and gold accents on each of its sides, and a gold frame at the top were the sword's handle sticks out that can close together when the sword's drawn.
- And the sword's length has been shorten, the grooves have decreased, the red accents are thinner and totaled to five, the winged hilt has been replaced with a sun-style spikes and an orange gem at the center, and the handle is now brown. When the Infinite Sword is placed with the Infinite Ring, the sword emits a blue aura.
- This Beyblade reuses the following parts from previous Beyblades:
- Infinite Achilles utilizes a red 1B Chassis and a crimson Dimension' Driver.
- Infinite Achilles is the first main protagonist Beyblade to be released in a Random Booster.
- Infinite Achilles is the first Superking Beyblade to be released in a Random Booster with a Double Chassis.
- Infinite Achilles is the last of three Beys in Beyblade Burst Surge to retain its original name in both the Japanese and English versions of the anime; the others being Super Hyperion and Mirage Fafnir.