Welcome to Inventive Products!

The company was founded in 2006 with the purpose of promoting the founder's innovations.

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Inventive Products proudly presents


The new inline brake.   For a new way of skating!


The brake requires less power than the old heel brake. It also yields more braking power.

Install the brake on one or both of your inline skates. The brake is of course deinstallable.

See how the brake is installed!

Smooth, but effective and synchronized variable braking on two wheels, including the use of two disc brakes on one wheel! Gives you better control and better balance!

Too much braking power is automatically reduced as the skate's toe end is then forced down. Adjust the brake's properties, including braking angle, to your own liking.

Also; the suspension of wheels in the brake's frame will have a shock absorbing effect and reduce the vibrations that may be tiresome for feet and legs.


This is Johan Cerne, teacher/leader at Stockholm Speedskaters. To the right; his son Erik.

Johan has just tested the brake, and gives it a thumb up. He has no problems verifying that this brake is more efficient than the old heel brake.

See video of Johan testing the brake
and pay attention to the braking power!

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Words from a skater:

You seem to have a brilliant product. I congratulate on your engineering.
It seems to me you have solved a huge problem for heavier skaters like myself. I have had some bad falls. On hills the rubber brake pads are useless.
As a retired engineer I can't tell you how impressed I am that someone could think outside the box. I have been studying the problem of braking without any success. You took a different direction that I had not even thought of.
Again, I salute your brilliance!

Ben Blyton from Kentucky, USA

The ground/street does not touch parts of the brake and interfere with its function, when using normal wheel sizes. See examples.

See a close-up of braking! Size of video: 1040 KB.
See a close-up of only the skate when braking! Size of video: 982 KB.

Click here if you still think that the Wheelstop is a bad idéa!

Before 1960 few ice-hockey players used helmets. This has changed. Why?
Before 1970 few people used safety belts in cars. This has changed. Why?
Before 1980 few people on bicycles used helmets. This has changed. Why?
Before 2008 few people on inlines used real brakes. Will this also change?

In the 3 first cases the answer is that people felt hampered by these added safety measures, but got used to them. People skating on inlines should not feel hampered by using a brake. This brake even has an element of added comfort.

Would it be safe to brake the speed of a bicycle by pressing a piece of rubber to the ground?

Regarding the new inlines brake.
I do hope that the English language used on this site is understood by all of you around the world. Words that may have been helpful for you to find this site are the French words; frein and freiner, or the Swedish; broms and bromsa, the German word; rollschuhe and bremse, or the Portuguese words; freio and frear, the Italian words; freno and frenar, or the Polish; hamulec. That is as far as I got with the help of the local library.
You may also have been looking for combinations of words, like; inlines brake, in-lines brake, in-line skates, in-lines skates inline brake, inlines skate brake, inlines skate disc brake, inlines braking or inlines skate braking. A roller skate brake may also be found on other sites.