Driger MS is a Balance-type Beyblade and was Ray's sixth Beyblade. It is the second of the three introductory Beyblades implementing the Hard Metal System. It evolves from Driger G.

Bit Protector: Driger Emblem

The Bit Protector is constructed entirely of black ABS caul plastic and comes complete with two sticker decor options:

  • Driger's Emblem: A red-colored, circular sticker featuring the white, stylized emblem of Driger's head, with the words "DRIGER" and "Heavy/Hard Metal System", in small white font, lining the bottom.
  • Driger: A circular yellow sticker designed with a full-body shot of the Bit-Beast Driger.

Attack Ring: Metal Upper

Attack: 2 Defense: 2 Endurance: 3 Weight: 20g

Right-Spin Attributes: Metal Upper possesses a sloping design element on the metal frame. In conjunction with its ABS caul parts, and the result is solid Upper Attack capability.

Left-Spin Attributes: The tiger heads contain the highest concentration of metal on the metal frame. Given this aspect and the elements of the tiger head design, the Metal Upper possess capable of adequate Smash Attacks.

The Metal Upper possesses a short frame width and overall circular design, making it suitable for compact-style customizations. With reliable Upper Attack capability, this AR unfortunately became obsolete in the advent of newer, more-advanced and similarly-designed parts.

Weight Disk: Circle Balance

Attack: 2 Defense: 2 Endurance: 2 Weight: 15g

The Circle Balance is a good weight and is good for many different purposes.

Spinning Core: Semi-Flat Core

Attack: 2 Defense: 1 Endurance: 2 Weight: 2g

The Semi-Flat Core has a balanced movement pattern. Though it's designed to be defensive it has some endurance qualities as well. All in all however, there are much better RC choices.


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