Attack Ring: Tri Cutter
AKA: Trycutter, Tricutter
Right Spin only
Small width, spikes protrude just past Wide Survivor
One of the two lightest Attack Rings of the generation, alongside the somewhat similar Star Shape.
While it is very small and only touches the very edge of Wide Defense and being fully covered by Wide Survivor, the shape of the AR is intensely recoil prone, and it will eventually make contact at some point in the battle. As a result it performs very disappointingly for Survival, Spin-Stealing, Compact and Defensive Combinations.
No worthwhile contact points for Attack.
No competitive use
Weight Disk: Balance
Light weight and unremarkable weight distribution.
Large points and wider shape lead to recoil concerns if it is hit, primarily relevant against lower opponents.
Heavily outclassed by later Weight Disks.
No competitive use.
Blade Base: Sharp Base
4 Layer System base with built in Right SG.
Some LAD but fairly limited.
Sharp tip has poor stability and defense as well as little movement.
Can be used for Stamina types but is greatly outclassed.
Overall not a useful part.
Spark Knight is not a competitive Beyblade, no matter how cool it looks.