Winders

Winder

Standard Short Winder. Generally best avoided in favour of Dragon Winders. There are a few different molds with different reinforcement at the handle, including the version included in Hasbro MFB releases.

Number of Teeth: 45
Tooth Pitch:
3mm

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Dragon Winder

The classic Long Winder of the series, considered the standard winder for serious competitive play and testing. The increased length provides more time to get up to speed, allowing for much greater overall power. SonoKong versions can be a little narrower, making them slightly more prone to skipping.

Number of Teeth: 68
Tooth Pitch:
3mm

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Dragon Winder (Reversed)

The classic Long Winder of the series, except with the head flipped the other way up as to be the right way up inside Neo Reverse Shooters. Considered the standard winder for serious competitive play and testing. The increased length provides more time to get up to speed, allowing for much greater overall power.


Number of Teeth: 68
Tooth Pitch:
3mm

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Neo Dragon Winder

A variant of the Dragon Winder with a modernised head shape, rotated 90 degrees to allow pulling with the hand in a more comfortable position. Retains the same characteristics aside from this. Often considered the most comfortable winder by players. Those included with the Three Kingdoms RC Beyblades can be a little narrower, making them slightly more prone to skipping.

Number of Teeth: 68
Tooth Pitch:
3mm

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Spring Winder

A winder with a handle similar of the Neo Dragon Winder but without the 90 degree rotation, and with an additional spring on an elongated pre-tooth-area, designed to prevent breakage. Unfortunately, the winder is actually significantly shorter than a regular Dragon Winder - even accounting for the blank area, and thus significantly less powerful. While the gap is less of an issue on the DX Shooters due to the space they have between the entry and the gear used for the prongs, the body of the launcher is in the way of the washer, making launching awkward, and it still produces less rotations than a regular Dragon Winder. Best avoided.

Number of Teeth: 57
Tooth Pitch:
3mm

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BeyUltimate Winder

Unique thicker, longer Ripcord with smaller tooth pitch for exclusive use with the Bey Ultimate Shooter. The length and smaller pitch are what provides the launcher with its impressive power and ability to build up speed, and the thick design renders it remarkably durable without the G Winder's issue of breaking in the box.

Number of Teeth: 106
Tooth Pitch:
2mm

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HMS G Winder

The thicker, heavier winder used by the HMS Series is legal in Plastics via the HMS Double Shooter. Its greater length than a standard ripcord, combined with smooth motion and the improved torque allows it to be one of the technically best winders of the era. Unfortunately, it is saddled with a rather impractical launcher.

Number of Teeth: 58
Tooth Pitch:
3mm

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MFB Light Launcher 1 Winder

The standard winder of Takara Tomy's Metal Fight Beyblade releases from the first season. It is equivalent to a dragon winder, just with a ring head instead of a dragon shape and slightly better reinforcement of the handle joint. One of a handful of instances of cross-series compatibility.

Number of Teeth: 68
Tooth Pitch:
3mm

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Hasbro MFB Bastard Dragon Winder

A shameful winder. Hasbro took the head of the mighty Dragon Winder but spliced it onto the body of a regular Winder, creating a deceitful bastardisation. Truly offensive to any plastics lover, but nonetheless begrudgingly legal.

Other than these factors, it is a standard short Winder with a slightly more comfortable handle.

Number of Teeth: 45
Tooth Pitch:
3mm

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Winder Grip

Releases: A-73 Winder Grip (Blue), A-74 Winder Grip (Black)

Rubber Grip Accessory to make Winders more comfortable. Works with all winders designed for standard launchers.

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