I was treated to a great lunch in Philadelphia last week with Hasbro. They were in town showcasing some of their latest products and I was particularly interested as many of the toys seemed great for my boys including Beywarriors – a new toy from Beyblade.  These toys work similarly to the classic Beyblade, you spin and battle in an arena only now rather than just being the blade it’s a blade with a character on top!  Having also played at lunch, the act of ripping the Bey is different than the classic version so it’s definitely something new and different for the kids.

Here’s what an arena looks like with two of the Beywarriors on it:




This set pictured above is the Octagon Showdown Battle Set and it comes with the arena and two Beywarriors.  It retails for $44.99 but at the time of this post it’s selling for $34.96 on Amazon!  Check out the entire line of Beywarriors on Amazon.   Age 8+

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