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Triumph Devolos D6 4 Universe-SPM is a Defense Type Beyblade released by Hasbro as part of the Burst System as well as the SpeedStorm System. It was released in western countries as a part of the Slayer Showdown Battle Set for CAD$109.99 in Canada and USD$84.99 in the United States.

Storm Chip - Devolos D6

Main article: Storm Chip - Devolos D6

Hasbro's Devolos D6 is a Storm Chip that features a dragon head and claws representing the Storm Chip's namesake, a demonic dragon. Unlike its Takara Tomy Superking Chip counterpart, Diabolos, Devolos D6 has separate right-spin and left-spin molds, rather than a single dual-spin mold. Furthermore, it lacks the metal Chip Core of Diabolos and as a result only has a standard weight for Hasbro Storm Chips. The right-spin mold of Devolos D6 has average Burst Resistance and is thus outclassed by other Right-Spin Storm Chips such as Dragon D6. The left-spin mold has average Burst Resistance and is thus outclassed by Spryzen S6.

Ring - Triumph

Main article: Ring - Triumph

Triumph is a Right-Spin Attack Type Ring with four primary attacking blades, which are stylized like dragon wings. Unlike most Attack Type Energy Layers, these blades are less pronounced. This is because, unlike its Takara Tomy counterpart Tempest, Triumph does not have the "Awakened Mode" gimmick, which extends four "Bound Blades" outwards, accounting for the round shape of Tempest. As such, Triumph is based on Tempest's "Bound Mode" configuration. Like other Hasbro Rings, Triumph cannot use a Chassis and the underside of Triumph is hollow, leading to a light weight comparable to SwitchStrike System Energy Layers.

Despite these changes, Triumph finds use in the WBO's Burst Limited Format. Its performance is comparable to that of Tide Treptune T3 and Archer Hercules H4, with a similar mix of Defense and Stamina traits. Triumph has a round design with high Outward Weight Distribution (OWD), and unlike most Hasbro Rings, it is not raised as much, reducing its likelihood of destabilising.

Forge Disc - 4

Main article: Forge Disc - 4

4, like other even numbered Core Discs, is symmetrical and elliptical in shape in order to facilitate a Disc Frame. Each side features two protrusions, one molded into the shape of a "4" and the other molded into the shape of the Roman Numeral "IV". The protrusions extend further from the center more than other Core Discs which grants 4 high Outward Weight Distribution (OWD) and subsequent Stamina potential. As a Core Disc, 4 is comparatively heavier than regular Forge Discs such as Heavy and Gravity which grants higher Knock-Out Resistance and the ability to facilitate Disc Frames can add characteristics such as Life-After-Death with Cross or Glaive. While 7 has greater Stamina, 4's Stamina is still comparable.

Performance Tip - Universe-SPM

Main article: Performance Tip - Universe-SPM

Hasbro's Universe-SPM is the SpeedStorm Metal counterpart of the Universe Performance Tip. As such, it features a taller height than standard Performance Tips, as well as metal lining the sides.

Like its normal counterpart, it is a Defense Type Performance Tip that features a free spinning wide hemispherical ball tip with a free spinning outer ring. In theory, the wide ball tip would increase Knock-Out (KO) Defense by having greater surface area and friction. However, in practice the free spin of the wide ball tip reduces KO Defense. The free spinning outer ring is intended to keep the Universe-SPM combination upright after being knocked off balance, as well as acting as brakes to prevent Knock-Outs.

Due to the large surface area of the wide ball tip, Universe-SPM will typically circle around the ridge of the stadium when hard launched, resulting in a Self Knock-Out. However, this issue is not present in larger stadiums such as the Beystadium DB. This weakness means Universe-SPM should only be launched softly in smaller stadiums, and use against Same-Spin Opponents should be avoided.