Infinity Libra GB145S is a Stamina-type Beyblade. It was released in Japan in exchange for 30,000 Beypoints on the Beypoint Card. It has been unavailable since early 2011.

Face Bolt: Libra

Main article: Face Bolt - Libra

The Face on this Beyblade depicts Libra, the seventh astrological sign in the Zodiac. Libra’s symbol is The Scales.

Energy Ring: Libra

Main article: Energy Ring - Libra

The regular release of Libra is a translucent green, featuring scales on opposite sides.

Fusion Wheel: Infinity

Main article: Fusion Wheel - Infinity

Infinity is meant to be a rendition to the original Metal System Libra as it shares the same aesthetics with it being round and interrupted with small indents from the shapes of several balancing scales. However, it has been proven that Infinity's performance as a defensive Fusion Wheel is not as great as many other Fusion Wheels such as Basalt. One major problem is that Infinity is slightly thinner, which reduces the "barrier" that a defensive Bey is suppose to have, and the indents in its design cause slight Recoil. Another significant difference is the difference in weight; Infinity weighs less than most good Metal Wheels in general, which thus allows it to be knocked around with ease. In other words, although it may resemble the Libra Wheel, it only holds a portion of the potential that Metal System Wheel possessed, and therefore did not live anywhere near the expectations held for it.

Having no Attack potential with its circular shape, Infinity is an outclassed Fusion Wheel, and should only be used as a replacement for Earth, Basalt, Libra, Death, Duo or Diablo when all the aforementioned are not available.

Spin Track: GB145

Main article: Spin Track - GB145

GB145 is a wide, round track featuring two free moving metal balls. These balls move toward the outside of the Spin Track while spinning, causing additional spin retaining force, similar to Draciel Metal Ball Defenser's Metal Ball Base from the plastic generation. Weighing in at 4.5 grams due to the metal balls, GB145 is relatively heavy but it cannot hold its own compared to subsequent parts. At release, it was seen by some as inferior to C145 due to the lack of energy-absorbing free spinning wings, making it not as effective as against low attackers such as Quetzalcoatl 90RF, which were popular at the time. GB145 used to shine when utilized in Defense customizations against high CH120-based Attackers, such as MF Lightning L Drago CH120RF. These types of Attackers do not aim to hit the Spin Track, and thus the free spinning wings of C145 are not necessary, and you instead get a significant increase in the overall weight of the customization. However, it has been outclassed for Defense customizations by BD145, E230 and TH170.

This Spin Track has found use in the Attack field as a replacement for S130.

Use in Attack Customisation

Paired with Flash, a top-tier Attack 4D Metal Wheel, GB145's mobile metal balls create a higher Flywheel Effect that gives more force to Flash's hits. GB145 therefore succeeds in reproducing the outward weight and shape of S130, however the slighty variation in height is enough to make S130 the preferred Spin Track to combine with Flash against most opponents.

Performance Tip: Sharp

Main article: Performance Tip - S

Attack: 1 - Defense: 2 - Stamina: 4

The Spike Performance Tip allows for very little friction between the Bottom and the stadium surface, which helps prevent the loss of spin velocity. However, due to the fine nature of the tip, the Bottom is easily knocked off balance, and hence is outclassed by superior alternatives such as D or SD






Infinity Libra GB145S contains multiple parts that serve no use in competitive play. Its only useful part, GB145, can be purchased through Earth Virgo GB145BS, which is a better and more accessible buy. This Beyblade should only be bought for collective purposes.



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