Cage bearings that allow more balls to be placed around the knife pivot than standard cage bearings. Which provides more support for the blade and decreasing stress on each ball. The ceramic balls are captured in the disc but are still free floating to prevent binding.
Includes Grade 5 ceramic bearings pre-installed.
- 22% increased blade support over caged bearings of same size
- Improved ball pathing around pivot
- Less pivot screw tightening required
- CNC machined from solid phosphor bronze
- One set equals two individual cage bearings
Maybe it was all the hype and maybe on other knives they make more of a difference, but before and after installing them there was little noticable improvement in the action they did smoothen it up a little bit and they are definitely much much higher quality bearings then the stock ones and will last longer. The only other knife I have really messed with that had bearings was my lucha and the bent sheet metal cage was actually getting small pieces flaking off or breaking off gumming the action up I don't see that happening with these milled style cages, im definitely going to be using these again in the future with any bearing knives I have I was just let down by the hype of these making the action so much better.
It's pretty much ritual now for every good knife I buy to swap out the bearings. These are sitting comfortably in my Rockwall right now.
Keep up the great work!
Cage Bearings - Pivot: 3/16"<br>Ceramic Bearings: 1/16 in (11 ball)
Undoubtedly the best the caged ceramic bearings on the market period! If you own a knife running on bearings that cost you more than 200 bucks, do yourself and your knife a favor and upgrade to skiffs!
Note to Skiff workshop: y’all are killin it!! If you offered steel washers w/skiffs I’d happily pay a little more 😉