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Labeda Gripper Millennium Inline Wheels
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Labeda Gripper Millennium Inline Wheels

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Gripper Millennium Wheel is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 4.
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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Urethane dual durometer technology
  • Rebound urethane core
  • For use with standard 608 bearings

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

  • Urethane dual durometer technology
  • Rebound urethane core
  • For use with standard 608 bearings
  • Durometer: 74A (Soft)
  • Sold individually

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SIZE CHART

DUROMETER CLASS SURFACE DESCRIPTION
72A XX-Soft Sport court or comparable smooth indoor flooring Provides the most grip possible. Should be generally used by players weighing 150lbs or less.
74A X-Soft Sport court or comparable smooth indoor flooring Provides excellent grip on smooth surfaces. Generally should be used by players weighing 190 lbs or less to avoid flattening out during use.
76A Soft Sport court or comparable smooth indoor flooring Excellent overall grip and durability. Players weighing 210lbs or less can safely use this wheel.
78A Medium Smooth sealed cement / Sport court or other Provides varying levels of grip depending on players weight and playing surface. Players in the 190-250lb range can use on sport court; 150-220lbs wood surfaces; and 200lbs or less on smooth cement.
80A Medium-Hard Wood / Smooth cement Medium-Hard wheel that does best on smooth outdoor surfaces, similar to a tennis court. Can be used safely by players of all weights.
82A Hard Outdoor Hard wheel best suited for smooth blacktop, newer streets, sidewalks, walking trails, tennis courts and the like. Ideal for players weighing 180lbs or less.
84A Hard Outdoor / Asphalt Ideal for street hockey, blacktop skating, trails, and rough surfaces. Players of all weights can safely use this durometer.
 
Durometer Ratings Explained:
 
Lower durometer ratings indicate a softer material.  As it relates to inline wheels, the lower the rating, the more grip one should expect. Keep in mind these wheels wear down faster if played on too rough of a surface, and bigger/heavier players should generally avoid the lowest durometer ratings, even on sport court type surfaces, as the wheel material will "flatten out" under heavier weights.

Higher durometer ratings indicate a harder material and provide better durability and grip on the hardest surfaces. Generally, higher durometer rated wheels should not be used on on smooth indoor surfaces. These wheels wear evenly and slowly on outdoor surfaces and are ideal street / outdoor types of hockey and skating.

RATINGS & REVIEWS

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice wheels for the price Wheels seem to hold up good and they dont seem to flatten out to much. Good purchase and great service.
Date published: 2014-09-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor Wheels These wheels came with my son's Bauer X4 Inline skates. They lasted a month and started chunking out along with pin holes. We switched to Variant wheels, they have lasted 6 months without any problem!
Date published: 2014-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from millennium wheels These wheels has great grip and speed. The wear on the wheels are also great. It really helped me play hockey
Date published: 2011-08-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good upgrade. Purchased these to replace the wheels that came on my skates. Great for sport court. They've held up well with no chunking or heavy wear. Good grip.
Date published: 2011-02-27
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PRODUCT Q & A

replacing hard wheels on a cello case, want softest, can't decide between Labeda Gripper, Labeda Gripper Millennium, or Revision Variant Gold.

Cello case wheels are 68 mm. but so hard that rolling vibrations are severe and not good for the instrument. So I want to replace with softer wheels. Soft in-line skate wheels seem like a good replacement. Would need only two wheels and thus only 4 of the 608 bearings, but cost is not an issue here as all wheels and bearing sets seem reasonably priced. Just want a suggestion about which wheels and bearings to get.
Asked by: Anonymous
My sons Variant wheels lasted 6 months longer than Labeda, which lasted 1.5 months.
Answered by: Heipfam
Date published: 2014-04-21
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