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Hypno Ice Blades

Hypno Ice Blades

Hypno Ice Blades are the perfect addition to your skates. Now you can take the Hypno versatility to the ice!

The Hypno Ice Blades add another dimension to your skating possibilities. They're as easy to change as the wheel chassis: on and off in less than 10 seconds. They use the same mounting system as the wheel chassis, so no tools or modifications of any kind are necessary. The blade is made of hardened steel, and they are hockey-style, without the spikes found at the tips of figure-style blades.

Imagine: It's summer and you feel like ice skating. You use inline mode to skate to the local indoor ice rink. You take off your wheels and switch to walking mode as you enter. You walk to the ice, put on your ice blades, and off you go, while everyone's jaws drop in amazement!

Compatible with all 1998 and newer Hypnos.

Important: The manufacturer does not recommend or warranty any hockey use of the Hypno Products in general.


Boot SizeChassis
Men (US)Lady (US)Euro 
 5 - 7.5 Small
7 - 118 - 12 Medium
11.5 - 14  Large


Blade ProfileExplanationPrice
Regular
  • 50 mm (2 in.) of flat “gliding surface” on the ice
  • 35 mm (1.4 in.) of the gliding surface located front of blade center
  • This profile gives you a forward tilted stance
  • Hypno blades come sharpened with this profile by default
Included
Straight-Up
  • 50 mm (2 in.) of flat “gliding surface” on the ice
  • 25 mm (1 in.) of the gliding surface located front of blade center
  • This profile gives you a straight-up stance
  • This is a slower speed profile, suitable for beginning skaters
$10.00
Faster
  • 60 mm (2.4 in.) of flat “gliding surface” on the ice
  • 40 mm (1.6 in.) of the gliding surface located front of blade center
  • This profile gives you a forward tilted stance with 10 mm more blade on the ice
  • The skater can expect to achieve higher speeds and greater stability but with compromised maneuverability
$10.00
11%
Details
SKU 9960750220992-S
Quantity in stock 11 item(s) available
Weight 3.00 lbs
 
Market price: US$94.95
Our price: US$84.95
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Customer Reviews

  • Author: Ben F
    These are pretty decent.... unfortunately, they aren't stainless steel - i just noticed some rust on mine :o( Make sure to wipe them off completely dry before you put them away!!!!!
  • Author: Howard Eglowstein (baldy672@aol.com)
    These blades will get you noticed at the rink. As cool as it is to be able to skate up to a store , pop off your skate wheels and walk in, it's much cooler to put on your boots first, walk across the concrete areas to the rink (no need for skate guards!!) and put on the blades before stepping onto the ice. People will stop you and ask about your skates.

    I purchased these before the multiple profiles were available so I don't know exactly how they're profiled, but they seem to be a cross between hockey skate blades and figure skate blades. There's enough radius to be able to make a turn, although not as gracefully as you could with a figure skate. The metal seems to hold a decent edge and skating on thes after they're sharpened is a joy. I do wish they could come with toe picks though - I miss those.

    The only problem I've had with these is that very few places have the equipment to sharpen them. Only a few specific brands of sharpeners can handle blades with such little metal exposed. I have two pairs of blades - one of them came unsharpened and I didn't get around to having them done before the rink near us closed (the first pair just keeps holding its edge!).

    All in all, the ice blades make the product for me. I love the wheels, especially the aluminum chassis wheel set, but I find that I use the skates far more often in the winter because of the ice blades.