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This article is about Unite. For its Dash counterpart, see Performance Tip - Unite'.

Unite (ユナイト, Yunaito) is a Performance Tip released by Takara Tomy and Hasbro as part of the Burst System as well as the Dual Layer System. It debuted in Japan with the release of the B-35 Starter Storm Spriggan Knuckle Unite on April 2nd, 2016. It later debuted in western countries with the release of the Starter Pack Spryzen S2 Knuckle Unite.


Unite features a flat rubber tip with a sharp plastic tip in the center that sits at the standard height. When launched straight down into the stadium, the sharp tip in the center will keep the Beyblade stable and still in the center, preventing Stamina loss.

When a mint condition Unite is either knocked off balance by an opponent or launched at an angle, the rubber will make contact with the stadium, creating an aggressive movement pattern with speeds similar to Xtreme. However this aggressive movement is somewhat unreliable as the sharp center can slow it down in the center of the stadium or stop the movement entirely.

When worn however, instead of creating aggressive movement when struck, the rubber will instead act as brakes against a Knock-Out, at the cost of Stamina, before going back to the center of the Stadium due to the sharp tip.


Unite's inconsistent movements when used for Attack and poor Stamina when used for Defense prevents this tip from being top-tier. However, it is still a versatile Performance Tip, even being able to hold its own against Xtreme-based Attack Combinations.

As such, Unite is not a must have but is instead a welcome addition to a blader's collection.


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