Are those Lofty wheels? I feel like I’ve seen those somewhere else.
they’re made in the same factory as boosted so idk
They’re all the same thing, sure of it
I just wish orangatang would produce stealthy Caguamas. I hate the green inner-ring they are using on all their wheels.
Some hard Enertion roasting going on in this thread.
You can’t say they don’t deserve it though. Just about every thing they have sold has a 2:1 failure rate. Except for the whistle, if they were smart that would be there new product …W.A.S.P 2.0
@pat.speed yeah very true. my mate on his first raptor 2.1 ride had his phase wires disconnect and his antispark fail. not great
If you cant buy em, dye em!
I never recieved my rape whistle… damage has been done.
If you don’t receive your rape whistle from enertion, does that count as (financial) rape?
oh wow, did not realize you could dye them this well. I will definetly do this
Like, you got raped?
I feel uncomfortable pls stop
My money was on another generous offer of “Community Wheel Pulley” (MOQ 9000).
They should be 29T and GTM3 pitch this time.
He was offering a Mold that has been made years ago and that he no longer uses, although very generous its not the same as having a new mold made.
I THINK I may have found out what it is…
**On the Horizon**
We’ve been developing something special behind the scenes, and we’re stoked to announce that we’re developing the next generation of the Nano X hand controller!
Keeping the same form factor as a base, but with a reimagined design, a super premium luxury feel, all-new circuitry and functionality, this next-gen remote will be the dream controller for the esk8 rider who demands precision, style, and above all else, unprecedented sensitivity, control and reliability.
Check out the sneek peak below!
I wonder how it can keep up with the OSRR, Puck and Firefly Derivatives
the instragram post was about Raptor Ruckus
I promise it won’t be anything like the OSRR… Those are $75 control sticks at cost. I would bet enertion will pay about $20 in bulk per nano x controller, and then sell at $120 or something crazy. They defiantly are NOT using the same quality thumb/trigger sticks.