Cell Bearings

5/28/2017
Written by: Donny Williams

INTRODUCING: Cell Bearings!
Cell Bearings are forged from high-quality steel to keep your wheels steady-rollin’. Cells have built-in bearing spacers that make wheel assembly a cinch! The spacers align your wheel to the axle for easy set up and maximum performance. Thanks to the built-in speed rings, you can tighten up your axle nuts without applying friction to the spinning bearing.

Cell Selects, Cell Primes, Cell Supremes, Cell Ceramics: What’s the Difference?

Cell Selects are quality bearings with a price tag that won’t wipe out your wallet. Selects come with sturdy, outer metal shields that keep the grunge and grime of the city streets out of your bearings.

Cell Supremes, Cell Primes and Cell Ceramics come with tough, outer rubber shields. The rubber shields make for easier disassembly and bearing cleaning than the metal shields on the Cell Selects.

Cell Prime Bearings are Original’s answer to Bone’s Reds. The ball bearings inside the Primes are forged from blackened chrome steel for added lifespan and smooth spinning goodness.

Cell Ceramics are forged from high-quality steel and hybrid ceramic materials. Ceramic resists ball deformation and wear from impact. We designed Cell Ceramics to handle high speed with minimum friction for faster riding. The Ceramics are our team’s top choice for the most extreme downhill and street skating conditions. If you want to win races and boost major air over kickers at the next slide jam, look no further than the Cell Ceramics. The hybrid ceramic and steel engineering make these bearings pristine speed machines.

Whether you’re enjoying a beach side cruise or a fast run down the local steeps, riding smooth bearings is a major key. Original created Cell Bearings with the goal of making durable bearings that can handle whatever our team riders throw down, whether they’re skating in the mountains or at the park. Choose Cells to enhance your riding with a set of high-performance bearings built to last.

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