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Beyblades! Please help I have no idea!
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Posted 18 November 2012 - 05:59 PM
My DS7 wants some Beyblades for xmas.
I have looked in the shops and I have no idea what to get, I have found 3 different launchers, rip cord one, press button one and then one for $50
Its totally confusing me!!!
So I think I get they need this stadium thing to launch the beyblades into and the one who is still spinning last wins??
If anyone can help me to know what to buy for my DS that would be greatly appreciated.
Posted 18 November 2012 - 07:24 PM
A stadium is a good idea but you can always use a big plastic salad bowl or something -- just a big, shallow concave thing will suffice. Some of the stadia get quite elaborate, but very expensive for what is just a piece of plastic!
As for launchers, the rip cord ones are the basic ones and they're the ones we got for our nephew, so can't help you with the more expensive ones.
We got some for our nephew a couple of years ago in Asia and they were a LOT cheaper (genuine) than what they go for here! They are lots of fun and he still loves them now, at 11.
Posted 18 November 2012 - 07:56 PM
Both my boys love beyblades, they just have the normal rip cord type ones and they have a beyblade stadium,I got mine as a set from Big W a while back for about $40 I think.
Posted 18 November 2012 - 09:04 PM
DS went through a stage of loving them. He had the ripcord Metal Fusion ones and I bought a cheap stadium made of thinner plastic at Toys R Us for about $20.
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