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10 Ceramic Bearing 2x5x2.5 Stainless Steel Shielded ABEC-5 Bearings

$138.99
SKU: Kit1071
UPC: 00193019042304
Item: 2 x 5 x 2.5 Ball Bearings
Type: Deep Groove Ball Bearings
Balls: Ceramic
Material: Stainless Steel
Closures: 2 Metal Shields
2mm x 5mm x 2.5mm ABEC-5 Stainless Steel Ball Bearings
With Ceramic Balls
Lot of 10 Bearings


10 Stainless Steel Ball Bearings with Ceramic Balls ABEC-5 quality, this is a popular size that could be used in many fishing reels, or any application that uses this size 2mm x 5mm x 2.5mm. Bearings are made of Stainless Steel, each bearing has 2 metal shields to protect the bearing from dust or any possible contamination, also bearings are pre-lubricated with grease, Ceramic Balls are the highest standard of balls that can make your bearings live at least 5 times more than any other bearings.

  • Item: 2 x 5 x 2.5 Ball Bearings
  • Type: Deep Groove Ball Bearings
  • Balls: Ceramic
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Closures: 2 Metal Shields
  • Lubrication: Self Lubricated (Grease)
  • Size: 2mm x 5mm x 2.5mm
  • Inner Diameter: 2mm
  • Outer Diameter: 5mm
  • Width: 2.5mm
  • Quantity: 10 Bearings
  • Packing: 10 bearings in One plastic tube
  • KOYO: WML2005ZZ
  • NSK: MR52ZZ
  • NMB: L-520ZZW52


VXB Category: Hybrid ceramic bearings


Customer Reviews

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Kenneth S.
Bearings destined to go in a skeleton clock

Have not installed them yet, but based on past experience, they will be great.

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Pete
Tks 4 service. When will 6mm ID be avail

Recommended by specialists to avoid micro welding

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Rex t.b.m.
Excellent for mechanical clock making

I have performed detailed coefficient of friction tests on various types of clock bearings including plain pivots jewels and ball bearings. Ball bearings have fifty time less friction than plain pivots. My testing is quite scientific and uses a stop - start technique as exhibited by clock trains. The use of hybrid ceramics ensure no "adhesive wear" due to micro welding of like metals in contact. Use without lubrication for longest life and lowest friction.

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Pendulum B.
Just keeps on spinning

Bearing are being used to reduce friction in mechanical clocks. This has meant that less weight is required and therefore less wear on the clock