But with all the miles I've got on chains of every kind, out there in the gravel dust and road grit and water and crap....
... I'll have to see it to believe it.
Atomic energy-generated electricity was going to be too cheap to meter. The Fairey Rotodyne was going to revolutionize air travel. The Elio automobile was going to sell for $6500 fully equipped and be in production by 2012. Electric cars were going to take over the highways by 1990. We were going to be completely out of oil by 2000. There would be a New Ice Age by 2010. The Segway was going to replace the automobile in cities.
I'm getting too old to be taken in by advertising hype ... seen too much of it. If this new chain works, then good for them. I'll wait for the owner reviews.
"I've got 75,000 miles on my BMW in all conditions, including a trip up the Alaska Highway, and I haven't had to adjust or lube the chain even once, and it still works like new" from about 20 owners would do me, and I'll say "Wow, they really did it. I didn't think they could, but I learned something new."
That contingency, however, is one that I consider remote.