Does anybody have a name of this QR skewer?

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Skunkworks
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by Skunkworks

Hello, weight weenies

I tried to find a name of following Ti QR skewer but failed.
It has ratchet mechanism and weight is around 35~36g for front and rear.
Does anyone have a name of this skewer?

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slake21
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Pro Works Pulse Lock
somehow it doesn't seem that safe to me

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If it's just the ratchet action you are after: DT Swiss RWS.

Skunkworks
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slake21 wrote:Pro Works Pulse Lock
somehow it doesn't seem that safe to me


Thank you for your reply!
I live in South Korea and your link is Korean distributor's web page about this QR skewer.
I couldn't find any information about this skewer (such as, where it has been made, whether it is OEM or the company just imports it) at the Korean distributor's web page
So I asked help to weight weenies :)
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Skunkworks
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by Skunkworks

Valbrona wrote:If it's just the ratchet action you are after: DT Swiss RWS.


Thank you for your reply!
I have used DT Swiss's RWS skewers for years.
I love RWS's ratchet mechanism, however, this skewer is much lighter than DT's (ONLY 35 g!!!)

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by PJCM

Looks like a similar concept to USE Spin Stix which have pretty good reviews and apparently fast tightening, albeit 20g heavier

https://ultimateuse.com/use-components/ ... s-titanium

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