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Swiss Ceramic Skateboard Bearings

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Color: grey
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Bones Swiss Ceramics are some of the fastest skateboard bearings on the market. A winning combination of Bones precision ground and polished races, fiber reinforced high speed ball retainer, Cerbec silicon nitride ceramic balls, Speed Cream racing formula lubricant, and a frictionless, non-contact shield.

The advantages of using ceramic balls are that they are non-corrosive, lighter in weight, harder and smoother than steel, have lower rolling friction, and last longer. This makes Bones Swiss Ceramic bearings accelerate faster, roll farther, and last longer than polished steel ball bearings. If you are looking for the very best, invest in Bones Swiss Ceramics.

  • Set of 8 Bearings
  • Skate Ratedâ„¢
  • Swiss
  • Ceramic
  • Pre-lubed with Speed Cream
  • 4 bearing spacers
  • Instructions
  • Sticker
  • Fastest Speed and Acceleration
  • Lowest Friction, Longest Roll
  • Lightest Weight
  • Self-Mending, Longest Lasting
  • Pre-Lubricated with Speed Cream
  • Easy Cleaning & Relubricating
  • Removable High Speed Nylon Ball Cage
  • Non-Contact Removable Rubber Shield
  • Bones Skate Rated Design & Quality

Skate Ratedâ„¢ - Skate Rated bearings are engineered and tested by Bones Wheels to withstand the high impacts of hard landings and the high side loads of turning. These bearings roll faster and last longer than bearings that use the ABEC rating system. To give Skate Rated bearings an ABEC rating would ignore all the improvements Bones has made over the industry standard. Skate Rated bearings are specifically designed for skateboarding, not electric motors.

Swiss - Swiss bearings accelerate faster, roll smoother and last longer than traditional steel bearings.

Ceramic - Ceramic bearings are lighter than steel bearings and roll smoother with less friction. Ceramic bearings also resist dirt and moisture better than steel, but aren't completely waterproof.


Made in Switzerland - All Bones Swiss bearings are made in their factory located in Switzerland.

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by Greg Bartlett
Posted on 6/29/2018
Bones Bearings Swiss Ceramic Skateboard Bearings
I've skated the same pair for 3 years solid and put them through some serious and brutal moments. Clean periodically and they'll last longer than any other bearing set. Great buy. Well worth the money
6 people have found this review helpful
Buy these
by James Moody in Richmond, VA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 4/14/2018
Bones Bearings Swiss Ceramic Skateboard Bearings - black
If you can afford it buy these. Money well spent.
2 people have found this review helpful
by Shawn Curell in Sandusky, MI (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 1/17/2018
Bones Bearings Swiss Ceramic Skateboard Bearings - black
Grest bearing ,but you pay for it
1 person has found this review helpful
Not my kind of bearing but still great
by Dylan Gyro
Posted on 4/11/2017
Bones Bearings Swiss Ceramic Skateboard Bearings
Personally I dont like these because, well I don't wanna die from a speed wobble, but otherwise these are fantastic! Great tolerance, smoothness and speed if thats what your looking for. Personally though I think the standard Bronsons are better, just my opinion though!
11 people have found this review helpful
Very smooth
by alex in CA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 2/21/2017
Bones Bearings Swiss Ceramic Skateboard Bearings
Just get the red bones bearings. Same speed . But i hope this will last longer than that .
12 people have found this review helpful
Must Have
by Brian Black in Birmingham, AL (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 2/14/2017
Bones Bearings Swiss Ceramic Skateboard Bearings
Clean and oil them regularly with tri flow and these are the best bearings I've had!
10 people have found this review helpful

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Asked by John on 3/27/2017
What is the origin of these bearings? China or Switzerland?? Does it say it anywhere that ito actually from Switzerland? Don't want to purchase a Chinese knock off
Answered by James D (Tactics Employee) on 3/29/2017
Yes, they are made in Switzerland.
11 people have found this answer helpful