The Face Bolt depicts Aquarius, the water bearer/carrier, one of the constellations of the zodiac. The face shows a vase which appears to have a face on it pouring out water in the form of an arm with the letters "AQRO" (Hasbro only) on it.
Energy Ring: Aquario
Aquario has four wave-like patterns in a navy blue color. It is one of the heaviest right-spin Clear Wheels, weighing 3.2 grams. Aquario is a great choice in Defense combos.
Fusion Wheel: Storm/Wind
The Storm Fusion Wheel has three wing-like forms. The wheel is a cheaper alternative to that of Quetzalcoatl, and is considered by many to be inferior to the Lightning Metal Wheel or Vulcan. Storm does give some smash attack but is too light to give out a considerable attack. Its counterpart Cyber is actually better since it's design was based on the original Pegasis Wheel, which is by far the second most effective wheel of all the Pegasis releases (Big Bang is the first). Cyber, too, however, is also outclassed by other Fusion Wheels. If you look on the Japanese box for Storm Pegasus 105RF, the Storm Wheel seems more offensive due to the many spikes on the 3 wings.
Wind is the Light Wheel version of Storm, being made out of plastic instead of metal. Because of this, the performance of the wheel is greatly reduced due to the lack of weight. This wheel should never be used in competitive battles, but it is a good wheel to add to a collection. There are only 4 Light Wheels, "Wind", "Heat", "Clay", and "Mad". In the Anime, Light Wheels are commonly used by minor characters.
Spin Track: 100
This Spin Track is now the third lowest Track behind 85 and 90. It is also outclassed by 85 and 90 for Attack. It has a cloudy whitish-blue color. Its low height allows Attack-based Wheels such as Storm or Spiral to make good contact with opposing Tracks and Wheels.
Performance Tip: Hole Flat/Sharp (HF/S)
Hole Flat/Sharp is a combination of Hole Flat and Sharp which you can switch before a battle. In HF mode it spins around in an attacking pattern which is helped by it's Storm Fusion Wheel. In S mode it acts like a Stamina type and usually sits in the middle of the arena waiting for something to hit it. This makes Storm Aquario one of the few Beys that has useful parts in it. It is a light blue color. It is the only bottom (in HF mode) that prevents the 85/90 from having floor scrapes, due to its height. Strangely, S mode does not wobble as much as a regular S, and HF mode seems to be wider than a regular HF. Because of this, it looks more like an XHF/ S. It is the first tip to be able to switch into 2 different tips. Its a useful tip, but with the release of 4D Bottoms and new tips, this tip is now
Wind Aquario 100HF/ S is only obtainable through Random Booster Light Vol.2 Wind Aquario 100HF/ S, where it is the "rare" (or prize) Beyblade. Hasbro released this Beyblade with the Metal Wheel equivalent of Wind, Storm, as Storm Aquario 100HF/S.
Because Aquarius is the water bearer, Aquario's beast is the water itself (Beasts glow when they appear so that means that the water used in the Attack "Infinite Assault" is the beast because the water glows).
Aquario is the only Beyblade which its beast have no main or solid body because it's body is water.
In the anime and the Japanese mold, the Facebolt sticker on Aquario has "AQRO" but in the Hasbro version, they have put "Aquario" on it instead of "AQRO".
On the original box of Aquario, the code paper shows a picture of Gingka and his other friends. But on the 3 pack with Aquario, Flame Bull and Cyber Pegasus, it shows a picture of Hikaru.