The Blade itself is just for the show without a launcher. It's somewhat easier to build the blade rather than the launcher, since tutorials tend to show parts that are necessary, yet rare. Then again, the true fun of Lego is found, adapting a new solution. Figure out your own, or get started with someone else's design.

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String launcherEdit

Pull-back launcherEdit

Ripcord launcherEdit

The real one, the Classic, the Über, the Original...

Unquestionably the true choice for a Lego Beyblade, as it follows the function of the real deal.

One-gear modelEdit

Simplicity as it's finest. A one-gear model considers the grip, the gear attached to the grip and the blade holder. the pulled ripcord spins the gear, spinning the blade holder along, giving power for the blade. Power depends on the force used to the pull.

Two-gear modelEdit

An upgraded version of the one-geared. The construction uses two chained
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Simple two-gear model with a pitchfork -holder.

gears, regularly a small and a large gear. Ripcord spins the large one and the blade holder is attached to the small one. The effect comes from the ratio between the two gears. For example, using gears in ratio 1:3 means the larger one has 3 times the number of teeth as the smaller one has. To put it simple, when the larger gear spins a turn, the smaller spins 3 turns, thus giving three times the rotation to the blade than with one-gear model.


Connection between the blade and the launcher.

Nameless 2 x 2 holderEdit

Remains to be named by the LBB community.


A design based on the holder from a real Beyblade laucher,
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Pitchfork connection as demonstraded on the Grey Clawer

dated back to the year 2000. The fork is placed to the center of the blade between studs on an area of 2 x 4.
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