|Ultimate Gravity Destroyer Stamina GB145S|
|Also known as:||Gravity Perseus Stamina GB145S|
|Energy Ring:||Destroyer Stamina|
|First appearance: (Anime)||N/A|
|First appearance: (Manga)||N/A|
Ultimate Gravity Destoyer GB145S is a Stamina-Type Beyblade that was originally released in the Perseus Reshuffle Set. It was then released in the Beyblade Metal Masters Video Game in the Best Buy Collectors Edition with a gold facebolt. It was released again by Hasbro in April 2012 with normal packaging. It was re-released in the Gravity Brave Attack 2-Pack with Grand Pegasus 85MB.
The Face Bolt depicts "Perseus", one of the 88 constellations in space. In Greek mythology, Perseus was a hero who slayed the evil Gorgon Medusa and saved the Princess Andromeda from a sea monster sent by the God of the Sea, Poseidon. Despite it representing Perseus, the design showcases the helmet of a Roman gladiator with the name, "Perseus" beneath it in a blurred manner coloured white, while tattooed on a translucent yellow Face Bolt.
- Weight: 2.7 grams
Destroyer is a translucent black with purple highlights. Unlike any other Energy Ring, Destroyer is the only Ring that does not use any plastic designed to block the prongs on Right and Left-Spin Launchers. This allows it to be used with Gravity for Dual-Spin. Also, like the L-Drago Beys, it can be rotated 180 degrees to switch between Defense Mode and Counter Mode. Destroyer has three-protrusions that form a triangular-like shape, with three curved protrusions between it. The orignal relase was a translucent black with purple highlights. This relase is black with yellow/gold highlights.
Fusion Wheel: Gravity
- Weight: 33.8 grams
Gravity's gimmick is it's Dual-Spin ability, made for Right-Spin and Left-Spin. This is possible as Gravity does not contain the walls that block it from being inserted to an opposite-spin Launcher. The only other Wheel compatible for Dual-Spin is Variares.
Gravity has four Modes, Right-Spin Defense, Right-Spin Counter, Left-Spin Defense, and Left-Spin Counter; but generally as Defense Mode and Counter Mode. In Defense Mode, the three holes are visible and in Counter Mode, the three holes are covered. Performance-wise in Defense Mode, the plastic indents of Destroyer cover the jagged protrusions which increases metal on plastic collisions, creating less recoil. In Counter Mode, the jagged protrusions are visible and Destroyer does not come into any contact; this maximizes Gravity's surface area and increases Smash Attack.
Although Gravity was labeled as a Defense-Wheel, it suffers from recoil in battle. Recoil is never a plus for Defense so because of this, Gravity has found it's real use in Attack. Although there is no recommended Mode for Gravity, it features high and powerful Smash Attack capability and has become top-tier as a result. Ranking amongst Wheels such as Beat, Variares, and Fang. It should be worth to note that Gravity has more consistent Smash Attack in Right-Spin therefore, Left-Spin should only be used against Defense-customs with rubber-based Tips such as RS and CS. The orignal release was metaliic black. This release is metalic gold
Spin Track: GB145 (Gravity Ball 145)
- Weight: 4.5 grams
Where GB145 does shine is when it is utilized in Defense customizations against high CH120-based Attackers, such as MF Lightning L-Drago CH120RF. These types of Attackers do not aim to hit the Track, and thus the free spinning claws of C145 are not necessary, and you instead get a significant increase in the overall weight of the customization. It's good when used in Attack customization like Ray Capricorne GB145MF. It can also be extremely effective in this Defense combo: MF-H Basalt (twisted) Capricorne GB145 RS/ES/BS.
Note: If you shake the Random Booster Vol. 4 Mirage Virgo and it rattles, there is a high chance you will get an Earth Virgo GB145BS. The rattling sound is caused by the balls in GB145, this is a good way to obtain Earth Virgo or you could get the Sonokong version, if the package wasn't a box and a bag, you could feel the package and if you felt a large Track then its likely to be GB145 and that only comes with 1 bey of its series, or you can feel its weight. If you could feel an oval shaped track, it should be GB145. PS: Do not rely too much on shaking the box. You might get other beys with ES bottoms e.g. Earth Cancer DF145ES, Flame Aquila 100ES since of the metal bar that wobbles. All RBV4 that has the Earth Virgo has a thin cardboard slit through the small holes of the GB145, thus not making any sound, never rely on shaking the box. Attack- 0 Defense- 2 Stamina- 3
Performance Tip: S (Sharp)
- Weight: 0.6 grams
- This is the first time a Collector Edition Beyblade was released with normal packaging.
- This is the second Beyblade to be released with the combo GB145S.
- Silver Gravity Destroyer S130MB: A special edition Gravity Destroyer which includes 12 Beyblade Episodes on 4 DVDs and a Travel Window Box Packaging.
- Ultimate Gravity Destroyer Attack 130F: A special edition Bey that was released by Hasbro as a Starter Pack and by Takara Tomy in the Reshuffle Set.
- Gravity Destroyer AD145WD: A defense type bey. It was released with a Light Launcher L/R in Japan.
- Gravity Destroyer BD145XF: A variant of Gravity Destroyer that was released in Random Booster Vol. 7 Beat Lynx.
- Gravity Destroyer 85DS: A variant of Gravity Destroyer that was released in Random Booster Vol. 7 Beat Lynx.