I bought these ones which look like a similar design:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/J-L-Titanium- ... 3f1f245712
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What concerns me with these very light skewers is the fact that the front skewer axle is minimalistic i.e. not long enough. If you have a beefier designed fork and not a blade design like a 3T Funda fork then you may face that the fixing bolt will catch only two or three threads of the axle being to unsafe for me to use it on my Kuota fork.
I thought this might be a problem too but actually, on my forks there is about 2mm of thread sticking out past the nut (which is quite narrow).
However there are a few other issues with the design...
These skewers look quite nice and are certainly light but the clamping action is not actually very secure. I don't think there is enough cam action as you pull the lever. Also, because the lever is round it often rotates whilst you are trying to clamp it. Once you have clamped the lever (as tight as you dare because it feels like the thin lever may shear off) it is still possible to rotate the lever. All in all not very confidence inspiring; but having said that they are still on my bike at the moment and I can't see my wheels falling off as a result.