Product comparison

Skateboarding

Broc Sk8 Berra Sk8
Balls Ceramic High Carbon Steel
Rings High Carbon Steel High Carbon Steel
Cage Reinforced Polymers (Nylon) Reinforced Polymers (Nylon)
Seals Outboard Seal Outboard Seal

Inline Skating

Broc Inline Berra Inline
Balls Ceramic High Carbon Steel
Rings High Carbon Steel High Carbon Steel
Cage Reinforced Polymers (Nylon) Reinforced Polymers (Nylon)
Seals Outboard Seal Outboard Seal

Cycling

LS-10 Series VB-14 Series GV-01 Series DV-11 Series
Balls Ceramic Coming Soon Coming Soon Coming Soon
Rings High Carbon Steel Coming Soon Coming Soon Coming Soon
Cage Reinforced Polymers (Nylon) Coming Soon Coming Soon Coming Soon
Outboard Seal Contact or No Contact Coming Soon Coming Soon Coming Soon
Inboard Seal No Contact Coming Soon Coming Soon Coming Soon

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Product FAQ

For Cyclists: Hybrid ceramic bearings present a multitude of advantages for cyclists seeking optimal performance. These bearings, tailored for bicycles, boast lower friction, resulting in enhanced efficiency and speed. The incorporation of ceramic material not only reduces weight but also ensures corrosion resistance and increased hardness, contributing to prolonged durability. Furthermore, hybrid ceramic bearings may demand less frequent maintenance, making them an ideal choice for high-performance and competitive cycling scenarios where efficiency and longevity are paramount.

For Skateboarders and Skaters: Ceramic bearings present notable advantages for skateboarders seeking enhanced performance. With smoother surfaces because of the ceramic balls continuously polishing the raceway, ceramics offer improved efficiency that allow for higher speeds. In addition, their lightweight composition contributes to a lighter overall setup, crucial for skateboarders and skaters aiming for agility and responsiveness in tricks.

Additionally, the corrosion resistance of ceramic bearings ensures durability in various environments, while their non-magnetic properties eliminate interference concerns. Although ceramic bearings may come at a higher cost, their longer lifespan and superior performance make them a compelling choice for skateboarders looking to elevate their riding experience.

ur bicycle bearings come factory filled with Everlast grease, a long-lifelubricant meticulously chosen to ensure optimal functionality and longevity. This specialized grease provides a solid foundation for smooth operation, reducing friction and wear to guarantee a superior riding experience.

Eenox Showtime grease is designed for those seeking peak performance, offering a remarkable 40% reduction in friction torque compared to Everlast grease. This specialized formulation enhances the efficiency of your bearings, ensuring a smoother and more responsive ride.

However, it's important to note that, due to the higher performance, Showtime grease requires more frequent maintenance. We recommend cleaning and regreasing the bearings every 1,000 – 2,000 km (625 – 1,250 miles) compared to the 6,000 – 8,000 km (3,750 – 5,000 miles) interval associated with Everlast grease, ensuring optimal performance mile after mile.

For off-road enthusiasts considering the use of no-contact seal type bearings on their mountain bikes, we advise caution unless the pursuit of a speed advantage is paramount. While these seals offer enhanced speed, it's important to note that the trade-off involves a potential decrease in bearing longevity due to the increased risk of contamination entering the bearings during rugged off-road excursions. We recommend a thoughtful evaluation of your specific biking needs before opting for this type of bearing to ensure an informed decision aligning with your performance and durability preferences.

Certainly! We are committed to expanding our product offerings to cater to a broader range of cycling needs. While we have initially introduced the most commonly used sizes for hub and bottom bracket positions, our roadmap includes the continual introduction of various sizes and specialized variants. This expansion encompasses not only hub and bottom bracket positions but also extends to suspension and headset bearings, ensuring that cyclists of all disciplines can benefit from the quality and innovation synonymous with the Eenox brand. Stay tuned for updates as we strive to meet the diverse requirements of the cycling community.

Certainly! We are dedicated to advancing our product features to stay at the forefront of innovation in the cycling industry. Our Research and Development team, led by the esteemed Dr. Razvan, a veteran bearing scientist, is tirelessly exploring groundbreaking solutions aimed at ensuring our customers stay competitive and perform at their best. Each introduction undergoes rigorous testing and years of development before being associated with the Eenox name. This meticulous process not only guarantees unmatched quality but also underscores the superiority of our technology. The fact that top athletes choose our products is a testament to the excellence and reliability ingrained in every Eenox innovation.

The ABEC rating, often misunderstood in the skateboarding world, holds particular significance for precision in ultra-high speed (over 100,000 rpm) or high-precision applications (like metrology equipment). Your skateboard bearings or skate bearings will likely never see more than 10,000 revolutions per minutes, which is relatively slow by bearing standards. Although we have the capability to produce ABEC 9 bearings at WIB, the parent company of Eenox, it's crucial to note that for skateboards and skates, you wouldn’t see any benefit from this.

What truly matters is the precision and surface finish of the raceway, cleanliness of the bearing, cage design, ball grade and quality, seal and shoulder grinding precision. At Eenox, we prioritize these critical elements, ensuring superior bearing performance for diverse applications beyond the misconceptions associated with ABEC ratings.

Eenox uses nylon cages instead of crimped steel cages in our bearings for several compelling reasons. Nylon retainers outshine crimped steel counterparts in terms of corrosion resistance, lighter weight, quieter operation, and non-magnetic properties.

The corrosion-resistant nature of nylon ensures an extended lifespan for bearings exposed to varying environmental conditions during rides. The reduced weight not only contributes to a smoother and more responsive ride but also enhances maneuverability, a critical factor in skateboarding and skating performance. Skaters and Skateboarders alike appreciate the quieter operation of nylon, minimizing distracting noise during tricks and rides.

In summary, the combination of durability, reduced weight, quiet operation, and non-magnetic properties makes nylon cages the preferred choice for skate and skateboard bearings.

Currently, all skateboard and inline skate bearings are exclusively available for purchase online. This strategy is designed to streamline the value chain, ensuring competitive pricing while minimizing the risk of counterfeit sales—a concern particularly prevalent with high-end skateboard and inline skate bearings.

By abstaining from distribution through traditional retailers, brick-and-mortar stores, and third-party online resellers, we can guarantee that every Eenox bearing purchased is authentic and directly sourced from us.

This approach prioritizes transparency, authenticity, and cost-effectiveness, providing our customers with the assurance of genuine, high-quality products directly from the official source.

Presently, we do not include the 627 size bearing in our lineup due to its limited use among skaters. However, we value and prioritize customer feedback, and if there is a notable demand for this size, we have the capability to include it in our offerings. Your input is essential, and we encourage you to share your thoughts and preferences with us.

Based on the feedback received, we will assess the demand and consider introducing the 627 size bearing to our product range in the future, ensuring that our lineup aligns seamlessly with the needs and preferences of our skating community.