when you see 50 and 38mm rims, you can bet they are rebranded cheap chinese rims. Their hub looks to be rebranded powerway, works well but they are like $50 per set
"How do your hubs compare to other leading brands?
Our hubs are produced by some of the world's leading high end hub manufacturers. They are based in Taiwan and produce for many of the cycling industry's most respected wheel and hub brands. High end hubs and rims for most brands are produced Taiwan too. We have also had our bearings upgraded in spec to high precision sealed cartridge units by EZO of Japan. The hubs also feature extra external seals so they last extremely well in poor conditions. Our UK winter and rolling cobbled road testing have been extensive and we're very confident they'll give you a great service life. Of course we are always here to support the product and will go above and beyond to make sure our customers are happy with our products."
Assumption without actually seeing the product in the hand? What do you expect hand made rims and hubs in the UK? Get real.
Just bought a set of Hunt Light Aero wheels at £469. Compared to the Zipp 30 Course at £800 they replace I'd they are a steal.
Light. easy tubeless setup and hubs roll very well.
My Zipps 177\77 hubs were excellent and bearings rolled really well. But. Freehub not so good and came apart. Also Zipp claim the 30 course to be tubeless ready. I'd disagree. Nightmare that in the end I abandoned and returned to clinchers.
I'd recommend Hunt's wheelsets to anyone.