46" of wood
I bought these bearings after moving to a very rainy university. I out them in a few days ago and so far Im in love. Its like having a new board. Soon Ill never wet my deck so I can shred in the rain. These bearings already roll much farther than my old ones and they arent even broken in. Sometimes I have to look back to make sure no one is pushing me!
These are my favorites!
Bought these, and out of the box, I wasn't disappointed. They start out fast and only get faster! I'm the kind of rider who goes through a set of Reds in two months, even though I clean and lube them every few weeks. These, however, refuse to wear out. I can still roll across town or down Mount Everest with these at a better speed than any of my friend on Bones or Seismics. I have absolutely tortured these (rode them in the rain and through mud and didn't do so much as wipe down my wheels for a month) and, somehow, kept rolling. I wouldn't recommend doing this, but the fact that they can take it is amazing!
Overall, I would highly recommend these to... well... any rider, really. Happy riding!
i bought a set of these and i tested them out by pouring 2 litres of water on them. No rust. So thats good. And once you break them in, they spin really well. Get them
These bearings are really nice they spin a lot faster when you break them in. They haven't rusted yet.
A M A Z ing! Best Seattle bearings EVER!
These work better than I ever expected. Coming from being a Bones fan and having a bad set of Bones Ceramics where they fell apart, I was told that I should not have gotten them wet and was recommended the Rush All Weathers. I can't believe how fast and long they last! These are a must buy if you live a wet climate like me in Seattle. Thanks Rush!
good but "Rust Free"
1 day i was riding through rain puddles just for fun with these when i started heading home i they started making a metallic noise i couldn't explain and then i check on them they were rusted so yeah "Rust Free"
I got these bearings with my arbiter 36 kt and the haven't let me down yet these bearings are some of the best i have ever used and well i recommend them to anyone going for a water proof bearing.
Decent but don't spin
These bearings are not worth the price. If your getting ceramics get bones or something. Right out of the box they are really slow at spinning. They are also loud. The ceramic coating does do its job well until you have had them for a while.
One of the best for the money.
I got these about a week ago. After I was pretty sure they were broken in, I wanted to see how long they spun for. They spun for 3 minutes and 35 seconds. They are, by the looks of it, black ball ceramics. Amazingly smooth, almost no friction, and just an all around amazing bearing.
No problems yet
I bought some of these bearing for a skate trip across Kansas from top to bottom, 224 miles in 6 days. I now have about 300 miles on one set. I noticed some wear, but not bad considering I am about 240 pounds. I use Rem-lube on all of my bearing. Don't know if the teflon makes a big difference or not but if I trust it in my guns it good enough for me.
best bearings ever made
i have them for about a month and they are so good they roll forever, fast, smooth and i ride them in the rain all the time and no rust get them and get them now
Worth a try but disappointing
I ride next to the ocean and live all but 50 ft from the water so I figured I'd give these guys a try. First impression out of the box is they equal a good Abec 7 maybe a 9. I put them on one of my regular boards and thought they were quiet but a little slow for all their ceramic claims. Taking them apart they look to be nothing more than a standard stainless steel bearing with dual rubber shields. On closer inspection the races were loose and the overall bearing seemed to have too much play to be as high speed as claimed. Bottom line, they'll be tougher against the weather mainly because of the shields as for the bearings themselves I'll take a good generic or any mid level bearing over these.
No rust, but other things can happen
I rode these for about three months in all kinds of weather and they never let me down, until one of the races (a small piece of metal inside the bearing) broke. I would still suggest these, but be wary that they are not completely indestructible.
these bearings are really amazing. i have them on a rayne nemesis with randl 42s and purple durians, the shields are always covered in dirt and stuff but when i pop them off the ceramic balls are all nice and clean, absolutley no rust at all. ive always had to replace my bearings every month because i ride them in everything. these are by far the best bearings ive ever owned. they are super fast super damn smooth and will be sure to get you to the places that you need to be. GREAT BEARINGS WOULD RECCOMEND TO HILL BOMBERS AND COMMUTERS!!!!!!
Mr Bongoon (sir)
These bearings kick arse. better than moc 9's they shifted, but they rusted. these are so smooth. and they are RUST RESISTANT. This is such a bonus for such a cheap set of ceramics. I'm not going to wilfully skate them in the rain, but it's nice to know in a pinch i can skate and my bearings won't automatically flake out. This IS what happened to my moc 9s. Oh by the way, you still got to clean them out and relube when you get in. Don't leave them overnight. I did and there was an effect, a noticable noisiness. Still, most bearings would have rusted solid yeah? Also don't be scared to put lube in, and do check you aren't running them dry.....
they say what they say they can do
when i ride in the rain, i know i am safe from my bearings rusting. yes these are ceramics. no they are no way near the greatness of swiss ceramics but they get the job done. great bearings to freeride on. daddies recommends moc 7s for freeriding. i have moc 9s so i have an idea what theyre lke. if your deciding between these and moc 7s, get these. they are still very smooth and quiet. i pooped open the shields and its very similar to the way out does it. these bearings are great for the price