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2021 Ronix One: Blackout Wakeboard


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The Ronix One Blackout takes over a decade worth of wakeboard development and knowledge, and pushes it into the next decade with Ronix's incredibly light and responsive Blackout core. This blend takes one of the most renowned boards on the market and reduces the weight, while increasing all explosive ride feel that you've come to love. Pushing the boundaries of construction  the Blackout still includes an I-Beam internal construction, a fibreglass woven core providing strength both off the wake and on landings. Designed to be thinner and with polyurethane sidewalls the Ronix One Blackout is not only faster across the top of the water but has less swing wight. Along with these features Ronix boasts a highly developed base construction with a sintered base as well as reduced rocker line height, allowing the board to have one of the fastest and most responsive bases on the market. If you're a rider who wants to truly develop your skills, ride faster, and go bigger the Ronix One Blackout will take you to the next level in wakeboarding.

Rocker Line

  • 3-Stage Rocker - An abrupt 3-stage rocker, is shaped with a later, more defined kick providing instant release, allowing not only explosive pop straight up, but also plenty of carry. Be it behind a G23 or a smaller boat, this 3-stage will give you the kick you never knew you needed.

Board Flex

  • Energy Rating(1=Delayed/Stored Energy, 10=Instant Explosiveness) - 10/10

Core Construction

  • Black Out Core - This core is so incredibly amazing that Ronix wouldn't tell us what it's made from. So we started digging, accidentally hit China by mistake, popped up in Mexico, got stuck at Donald Trumps wall and finally snuck into the Labs at Seattle. So what makes it so amazing you ask? It's a wonderful concoction of sugar, spice and everything nice combined with unicorn tears, rocking horse poo and a slight dash of the colonel's 11 secret herbs and spices.
  • Carbon Stringers - Stringers that run vertically through the board to create directional stiffness and create Ronix's most explosive pop to date. Or 2 giant gummy worms. What? We told you they wouldn't tell us whats in it, we're just exploring all options


  • Speedwalls - Poured Urethane Sidewalls for greater top water speed


  • Monocoque Construction - An outer glass wrap from the bottom to the top so the flash line is switched out as the weakest point fo the board, to the strongest. It is also renowned as the most durable construction in wakeboarding
  • Magic Carpet - Ronix are always sourcing new fibreglass materials trying to find that perfect blend that allows the perfect amount of resin to seep thru and set to their Magic Carpet
  • I-Beam Construction - A second layer of internal fibreglass in the core of the board. It not only helps to make a bulletproof construction, it also gives snappier response and softer landings. Really who need carbon anymore


  • Sintered Base - Less Friction, means more glide speed and carry into the wake
  • Guide Channels - Help channel water more directly and give more drive up the wake
  • Deep Recessed Fin Channels - direct more water through the fins, allowing for greater control and easier release off the wake


  • 4x 1.0"  Fibreglass Ramp Fins & 4x 0.8" Utility Fins

Rider Level

  • Riding Ability: Advanced

Board Sizing

(134cm) - Up to 75Kgs

(138cm) -  Up to 82Kgs

(142cm) -  77Kgs and Up

(146cm) -  80Kgs and Up


  • 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
Sizing Guides

Here are our links to both sizing guides and buying guides on our products, all these are here to help you make an informed decision on what size or product will work best for you.



Let’s face it, we all ride hard and the toys we play on are bound to take some abuse. Nearly all manufacturers understand this and provide a warranty against defects and workmanship. Each new product sold by Skiforce is covered by the individual manufacturer’s warranty. Please check the manufacturer’s website for information regarding their specific warranty policy. The manufacturer will make all warranty decisions. All return shipping costs are the responsibility of the buyer. As an Australian Wake and Waterski Retailer we can only warranty products purchased from our store and website. Please have proof of purchase at Skiforce available when dealing with any warranties.


Step 1. Determine whether the damage should be covered by warranty. Here are a few things that are NOT covered by warranty:

Normal wear resulting from standard usage that occurs over time. (chipped topsheet, sun faded topsheet, etc)

Damage resulting from contact with objects. (Rails, kickers, logs, stumps, little kids, skiers, etc.)

Damage to product resulting from improper care or unnecessary roughness. (throwing it around on the bank, product flying off of board racks, etc)

Parts, hardware, accessories that were lost or have gone missing AFTER receiving your shipment.

Step 2. Email us about your warranty and include CLEAR and detailed pictures explaining the problem. Blurry pictures will not be accepted.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to give us a call. We want to see you back out on your product as much as you want to use it and try to get you a response within 48 hours of receiving the product.

Step 3. We will contact you with further instruction.

The next step varies by manufacturer and we will provide you with all the details for the next step. If your warranty claim is accepted you will have to ship your product back to us so that we can confirm the warranty with the manufacturer. Return shipping on warranty claims is the responsibility of the buyer. The manufacturer or Skiforce will cover shipping charges on all items replaced or repaired under warranty.

Let us know if you are in a rush and would like to pay extra for express shipping on your warranty return.
2021 Ronix One: Blackout Wakeboard

2021 Ronix One: Blackout Wakeboard