The Wide series of Weight Disks has three different versions that were updated as newer Beyblades were released. Chronologically, the first Wide WD to be released was Six Wide, followed by Eight Wide, and finally Ten Wide. The number before the word “Wide” on each WD represents the number of sides on each WD (ex. Eight Wide would have eight sides, making in into an octagon shape).
Notes: The six sided version of the Wide WD is officially referred to as simply "Wide", but the word "Six" is commonly used before the word among Bladers to differentiate between all three types.
On Ten Wide there is notches on both the top and bottom of the weight disk (pictured to the right). On some Eight Wides manufactured by Hasbro however, there is one notch on the WD.
As the name "Wide" implies, the design of the Wide series of WDs is one of the widest weight disks available. Along with having a large diameter, the bulk of the mass on a Wide WD is visibly focused around the perimeter. They are also noticeably lighter than Heavy and even Balance. In comparison to Ten Heavy, and even Ten Balance, it is easy to tell the difference in weight. Most often, a Wide weight disk is utilized on both Endurance customs (as well as for weak Zombie's for those who do not have access to Wide Survivor or Wide Defense). Besides its use in Endurance customs, Wide weight disks see extensive use on Smash attackers. With the use of a Wide WD on a Smash attacker, its overall movement range and speed will increase, which is needed to have the highest probability of knocking out the opposing Beyblade. Ten Wide is the heaviest out of all of the Wide weight disks, and generally speaking, is chosen over Six and Eight Wide when customizing.