Legendary Hypno Skates
These Hypno’s have been refurbisched with new wheels and bearings , as the original wheels don’t age very well.
Left the yellow Abec 9 bearings 608RS and right the 10 years old dirty not working bearings anymore.Old porous wheels, and right old full of dirt bearings> To the bin! >Refurbished!
Links, de gele nieuwe Abec 9 608RS bearings, rechts oude poreuze wielen, en links vol met stof en modder oude kogellagers> naar de prullenbak> Zo goed als nieuw, beter zelfs.
The new RS bearings Abec 9 and right the old ZZ Metal bearings> out.
The new wheels:
Original SEBA Freezy Slide 90A Inline Skates Wheels Slalom Sliding Roller Skate Wheels For Street Free Skating Patines Tire LZ86
Size wheels: 78mm fast , stable, safe and manoeuvrable in the city!
2 years garanty. Also I found the factory and got the last last pair of fitting ICEBLADES.
2 Jaar garantie
. These skates were legendairy in the 90’s as you could hop on, hop off, on all public transport in any city in a fraction of a second.
Hypno skates Hypno skates are inline skates with the special feature that the line can be removed from the wheels and reassembled depending on your needs. But the Hypno inline skate is not just a normal shoe with wheels, the shoe is designed to provide maximum comfort for both walking and skating. Hypno gives you the freedom to choose whether you want to hike or skate with one simple adjustment. Hypno Ice Blades are a perfect addition to your Hypno skates. Now the Hypno versatility even extends to the ice! The Hypno Ice Blades give an extra dimension to your complete skating experience. They’re as easy to set up as the Hypno’s wheelbase already was: on and off in less than 10 seconds. They use the same set-up system as the wheelbase, so no additional tools or adjustments are required. The irons are made of hardened steel and have a hockey-style shape, without points at the front (as you also see with figure skating irons). So imagine: You feel like skating and the roads are still passable. You grab your Hypno skates and drive to the ice rink. There you take off the wheels and walk to the side of the ice rink. You click your irons under, and skate away, leaving everyone behind with open mouths of surprise. Amazing, right!
Hypno skates zijn inline skates met de bijzonderheid dat de lijn van de wielen kan worden verwijderd en opnieuw gemonteerd, afhankelijk van je behoeften. Maar de Hypno inline skate is niet zomaar een normale schoen met wielen, de schoen is ontworpen om maximaal comfort te geven zowel bij het lopen als skaten. Hypno geeft je de vrijheid om te kiezen of je wilt wandelen of skaten, met éen simpele aanpassing.
Hypno Ice Blades zijn een perfecte toevoeging aan je Hypno skates. Nu strekt de Hypno-veelzijdigheid zich zelfs uit naar het ijs!
De Hypno Ice Blades geven een extra dimensie aan je complete skate-belevenis. Ze zijn net zo makkelijk op te zetten als de wielbasis van de Hypno al was: erop en er weer af in minder dan 10 seconden. Ze gebruiken hetzelfde opzet systeem als de wielbasis, dus er zijn geen extra gereedschappen of aanpassingen nodig. De ijzers zijn gemaakt van gehard staal en hebben een hockey-stijl vorm, zonder punten aan de voorkant (zoals je ook wel ziet bij kunstschaatsijzers).
Dus stel je voor: Je hebt zin om te gaan schaatsen en de wegen zijn nog goed begaanbaar. Je pakt je Hypno skates en rijdt naar de schaatsbaan. Daar doe je de wielen af en je loopt naar de kant van de ijsbaan. Je klikt je ijzers onder, en schaatst weg, terwijl je iedereen met open monden van verbazing achter je laat. Geweldig toch!
The brand Hypno had its birth in the 1990s in Italy. Hypno produced like many other brands in Montebelluna (Italy). The brand has been known in France since 1997. Hypno Skates had also been distributed in the United States, Canada, Australia, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium and Austria.
Unique selling point of the brand was the concept of the removable frame. Hypno was one of the pioneers of the use of intermodality in transportation.
In 1997, three brands competed for market share with two different concepts:
- Rossignol and Hypno bet on a concept of removable frames
- Mojo opted for a slip-on shoe with his own shoe, as did Xsjado a few years later.
Hypno became well known in 1997 in France with Alessandro Silva at the top. Some years later the Italian brand joined forces with the Rossignol ski brand to exchange technological skills and commercial support. Rossignol took advantage of the interconnection system of the transalpine company and in return Hypno benefited from the distribution of the leading ski brand through Dynastar, Lange and Look in Canada and the US.
At the same time, in September 1998, at the ISPO in Munich, Hypno expanded its offer to meet the expectations of skaters in terms of optics.
Later Rossignol developed its own product line before they improved the concept of the removable frame.
The Hypno concept: a removable frame on a rigid shoe with an urban look
The mechanism is based on a lever, which is attached to the back of a rigid shoe. This locks the shoe with the frame.
The aim of the brand Hypno was to create skates for everyday use. An ingenious mechanical system allows the frame to be fixed to the shoe. The shoe is relatively stiff and has an urban look.
The brand Hypno offered two different types of frames:
First one: aluminum 6005: Through the use of extrusion technology, it is very torsion-resistant and at the same time light and stiff.
Second one: nylon and fiberglass composite: The elasticity of nylon has been combined with the torsional strength of glass fibers. This enables more flexibility, comfort and tolerance of technical errors.
The simple locking system is based on a lever that prevents accidental opening and facilitates locking and unlocking.
Like most brands at that time, all Hypno skates were produced in Treviso, Italy (not far from Venice). This place is a stronghold of inline skating. Some companies like Rollerblade are still there. The factories were mainly in China. The Chinese manufacturer was the same one who produced the racing models of Fila.
In 2001, the brand was highly successful in urban areas, offering a full line of footwear with composite or aluminum frames.
In 2005, Hypno developed a concept with a “walk-model”: The tip of the shoe is thereby clamped on the front, while the center is held by a lateral system.
The back of the foot also has a simple attachment system.
Hypno in France
In France, the brand Hypno was expelled from Templar, which also distributes Fila. Currently, there are almost no Hypno skates left in the market, except second-hand.
Hypno’s were produced from 1997 till 2011