I had the Anakee 3`s taken off at the 600 mile service at the dealers expense fortunately.
I now have Tourance next on and they are much better.
I will pop into the dealer tomorrow and let them have a look.
I find that simply turning the wheel while it is still on the bike does not give you a very good idea of the condition of the bearings. Far better in my view, is to remove the wheel and turn the inner part of the bearing with your finger. A good bearing should feel smooth in operation but one in poor condition will feel "lumpy" and rough as you turn it.