A revelation in QR design, Steel strength and Titanium weight.
By using special hollow forged skewers, we have retained the strength and resilience of standard steel wire skewers but have kept the weight to nigh on Titanium weight.
The cost for the specially machined parts is nearly 4 times more than standard parts, but still much less than Titanium. Intelligent engineering offering less cost and less weight! Also it avoids the stretch which can cause Titanium QR's to be dangerous in certain circumstances.
Superstar price is nearly half their RRP with other brands!
Choice of 7 colours also - Black, Pewter, Red, Blue, Gold, Pink, and retro Purple.
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