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|Item Dimensions||11 x 11 x 5 inches|
|Item Display Weight||4.5 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||5.25 pounds|
The Orbitwheel is a new concept for wheeled sports and the idea is simple: two feet, two wheels…and you’re ready to go! A set of Orbitwheels is a cross between a skateboard and pair of inline skates - but with more freedom and simplicity than either. When you're ready to ride, simply put your foot in the wheel and away you’ll go. The wheels' large radii allow you to ride on a variety of different surfaces, and an all-new connecting band makes learning easier than ever! After you have mastered the wave-like propulsion, you can remove the band for amazing freedom of movement. With the Orbitwheels whirling around your feet, you’re capable of countless tricks and maneuvers that can be as complex and creative as your imagination! The Orbitwheel is, in a nutshell, a large wheel that rotates sideways around your foot. Better than skateboards, Orbitwheels are self-propelled by the rider's wave-like motion so the need to push off the ground every few feet to get moving is completely eliminated.
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The training bar was missing screws, and I couldn't get any responses either for a replacement connecting bar or a screw size so that I could buy it elsewhere. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nikki Goad
My daughter asked for these for Christmas. She was so excited to get them and has had a blast getting used to them. Read morePublished 9 months ago by k kuhl
I loved these skates. My children have ripstiks and they wanted to make the jump. My son broke his leg so he couldn't ride it. But my other son got riding in seconds. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ilana Rosenberg
They are extremely difficult to use and quite dangerous for a 11 years old kid, the build quality is good but the thing is that there is no way to stay in equilibrium on these... Read morePublished 10 months ago by A. Dutto
These are fun. However, they are not easy right from the start. Put on pads because you'll fall, a lot. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Pj Dupuis
They are really cool, although no one in my house has had any success riding them yet.Published 14 months ago by Christine Winscott