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Beyblade Burst – Let The Revolutionary Battle Begin

If you have a child in primary school, odds are you have heard of or experienced the Beyblade obsession firsthand.

My boys are crazy for Beyblade’s and while the fad does seem to come and go every few months at their school, it always returns with a vengeance.

Beyblade Burst giveaway | Australia Beyblade in action

Hasbro Beyblade 

Just in time for Christmas, Hasbro has released their latest version of the favourite schoolyard spinning top game, Beyblade. The Beyblade Burst is revolutionary as far as my boys are concerned.

As children play, they will battle for the burst. Basically, as the Beylade’s spin and knock each other, they will twist slightly until one of the players Beyblade split / burst apart.

What makes this Beyblade different to the rest?

Not only can you now get the Beyblade Burst, you can also get the Beystadium which contains the battle to one area. But that is not the best bit! Beyblade has also released an app for players to take their battle to the next level. *The app is not required to play use the new Beyblade release.  The app is free to download and allows users to scan their Beyblade Burst tops where they can interchange components with other Beyblade Burst tops in their own virtual collection and battle digitally.

Beyblade Burst | Australia Beyblades and ripper

Whether your kids watch the new Beyblade Burst animated TV show or not, chances are they have heard of it from their friends. Get in early before the official release in 2017 and get some fantastic Beyblade stocking stuffers for your kids.

Beyblade Burst | Australia Beyblade being put together

Special release:

  • Beyblade Burst Starter Pack. RRP $17.99
  • Beyblade Burst Beystadium. RRP $19.99
  • Beyblade Burst Epic Rivals Battle Set. RRP $64.99
  • Beyblade Burst Digital App: Free to download and available in the App Store for iOS and Android devices.

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Each prize includes: 1x Beyblade Burst Starter Packs (randomly selected).

Beyblade Burst giveaway | Australia Beyblade in packet

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Disclosure: I received the above mentioned Beyblade Burst for the purpose of this review.
All opinions are my own.

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  1. Maree Gray
    20/12/2016 / 2:53 pm

    Fitness trackers, that’s all I have heard about for the last few months!

  2. Sarahmary
    20/12/2016 / 11:28 pm

    Dabbing! It’s all the rage right now.

  3. 21/12/2016 / 8:59 am

    Trolls as the movie coming out it’s for all ages, All playing with there different trolls. Bright and colourful

  4. Charl
    22/12/2016 / 1:51 am

    Pokemon cards, battle and swap,
    So many cards, when will it stop!

  5. Natalie Murnane
    26/12/2016 / 5:53 pm

    My kids don’t seem to follow anything but my son and his friend make a lot of paper planes.

  6. Lesleigh S
    28/12/2016 / 1:43 pm

    Hatchimals are all the go with my kids. Sold out everywhere this Christmas. I know because I tried to buy one

  7. Ern.
    28/12/2016 / 3:29 pm

    That stupid, irritating, highly annoying bottle flipping thing. When will it end!?!?! On a positive, it keeps them amused, out of mischief, not squabbling, and it doesn’t cost a single cent, keeping them off ipads/phones/game consoles, and most of the time out in the fresh air.

  8. Belinda M
    28/12/2016 / 3:33 pm

    Kinetic Sand, all the kids must have it and they have tables full of the stuff to play with every day

  9. ashna kenyon
    28/12/2016 / 10:51 pm

    Smiggle stationery and products are the fad amongst the girls at my daughters school.

  10. Danielle
    29/12/2016 / 9:11 pm

    Bottle flipping!

  11. Mikaela C
    29/12/2016 / 10:25 pm

    troll dolls

  12. Gary Wood
    29/12/2016 / 10:32 pm

    Trolls Trolls Trolls of course!

  13. Bee Bowdlert
    30/12/2016 / 8:55 am

    Pokémon cards, popular because they are addictive and technology is banned at school. Trolls also seemed to be starting to rage again just before the holiday breakup.

  14. Amanda Manning
    30/12/2016 / 9:57 pm

    My kids love handball. It’s nice to see the hobbies I used to play, return in their play. I just have one thing to say, “What happened to the soft tennis balls?” I used their newer version handball for 20 minutes and my hand turned bright red. I don’t know how they manage to play for long as their balls are so hard.

  15. Sharon Markwell
    01/01/2017 / 8:02 am

    All I ever hear about is Smiggles, Smiggles, Smiggles, oh yes with a little bit of Frozen thrown in for good measure.

  16. 01/01/2017 / 6:13 pm

    Smiggle; everyone loves stuff from the shop. To me, it’s a bit overpriced, but they do have nice stuff I guess…

  17. sharyn w
    01/01/2017 / 9:15 pm

    playing ninjas – my son and so many of the boys and girls play ninjas (goodness knows where they initially get it from lol).

  18. Louise T
    01/01/2017 / 9:39 pm

    Our kids used to swap Footy cards, so the natural progression seemed to be Pokemon Cards. Unfortunately, my son swapped his cards regularly, and we finally discovered that majority of his swaps were fake cards. It was a hard lesson to learn, and an educational experience. Having to teach a 6 year old how to tell the difference between a real and fake card was not a fun experience.

  19. Amanda
    02/01/2017 / 4:10 pm

    There has been an infiltration of Pokemon the trend even found its way into our home

  20. Ann-Maree Bostick
    02/01/2017 / 4:17 pm

    Simply love our toys making a comeback ..Trolls, Beyblades.

  21. Tracy Wedding
    03/01/2017 / 6:14 pm

    Kinetic sand

  22. Chrissy Roberts
    03/01/2017 / 8:48 pm

    Jarad would love this prize. He likes toys that fire the imagination and move too.

  23. Michelle
    04/01/2017 / 5:04 pm

    At the moment Pokemon cards are very popular.

  24. Elisabeth Martins
    05/01/2017 / 2:24 am

    Pokemon cards are all the rage,
    Furby’s too.
    It’s sometimes hard to keep up with a new toy always coming out.

  25. Renee Ballantyne
    05/01/2017 / 6:48 pm

    Playing soccer

  26. julie ford
    05/01/2017 / 7:21 pm

    Kids at my children’s school are totally addicted to mine craft.

  27. Amanda Duncan
    05/01/2017 / 7:51 pm

    The most popular fad at my kids school would be bottle flipping closely followed by dabbing 🙂

  28. Karla Oleinikoff
    05/01/2017 / 10:24 pm

    Elastics is making a comeback! I loved it as a girl, and so does my 10 year old. Take it from me though, it’s a lot harder to do the jumps 3 decades on (Ouch)!

  29. Alicia Cleland
    06/01/2017 / 8:00 am

    I can’t walk through the playground without being smacked in the chin by a DABBING child 🙁

  30. Barbara Fehmel
    06/01/2017 / 4:50 pm

    Everyone wants to play on the monkey bars at the present time.

  31. Amanda S
    06/01/2017 / 5:06 pm

    Playing ‘IT’ at extreme speed over the climbing frame and slides.

  32. Kerry Green
    06/01/2017 / 8:19 pm

    Definitely Trolls

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