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Uber Ceramic Sonics skateboard bearings

Uber Ceramic Sonics skateboard bearings

Regular price $95.00 SGD
Regular price Sale price $95.00 SGD
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ÜBER Skateboards Hamburg, Germany, since 2008

- High-performance premium bearings with corrosion proof Ceramic ball bearings

- Precise ball spacing and improved surfaces within the bearing
- Pre-oiled with a specially developed Slip Cream to protect against corrosion and for even more spin


    Free island wide delivery for orders above $100

    Local delivery takes 1-3 working days

    Return policy

    Each product undergoes strict quality checks by us before it gets sent out, in an unlikely event that an item is damaged or defective upon delivery do reach out to us and we'll provide assistance to the best of our ability :)


    Whatsapp: +65 97321373

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    Quality for all

    At Skatebruh, we take pride in offering high quality skateboards at an affordable price. As we manufacture our own line of skateboards, our team is able to cut out the middle man and sell our boards directly to you. This allows us to have a tight quality control over our products while offering competitive prices.

    Our experience from manufacturing skateboards enables us to conduct strict quality checks on the brands we work with, making sure that each board sold meets the standards of our team.

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