They look good quality to me. Although that can be deceptive with this material.I remember looking at those forks a couple of years ago. I have the 3kg cheapy coil spring suspension forks on my bike, and upgrading those would probably be a waste of money, so rigid forks make sense for the type of riding I do. I expect the 2kg weight saving will more than offset having no suspension. I was put off by there being no reviews, other than people saying they wouldn't trust no-name chinese carbon parts, and keyboard experts saying that carbon can just suddenly let go, unlike metal which will start to give before you get killed to death by it.
What do you think of them in the flesh?
I too searched the web for reviews. I found a Toseek review on YouTube that gives a general overview.
For failures, cheap and expensive carbon can fail catastrophically it seems. Focussing on forks, it seems that fully carbon is stronger than carbon bonded to an aluminium steerer.
Having sad that, even the expensive ‘Niner’ forks have had failures. Also production forks will generally have 1 1/5” lower race. Mine is 1 1/8th top and bottom, so must be inherently weaker I think.
Anyhow, I won’t be doing any serious off road on these. Just bimbling and no drop offs.
p.s. I used a longer Cane Creek steerer plug for more support for the stem clamping.
I’ll collate and post the reviews, failures and successes that I found later.