You know if you break a spoke on the Topo's, you need to send the whole wheel back to them so they can replace the entire side of the spoke "spider" and send them back to you, right? They are interesting looking wheels and weight wise, competitive with alot of other makers, but from a service perspective, they are up there with Easton in my mind. Proprietary = expensive and time intensive to fix. I'd go for the Zipps or anyone of the slew of other wheels that do not have proprietary parts and can be serviced locally.
Without much research, I would take 1255 gram zipp 303s over those Topolinos. I think Zipp's aero benefits would outweigh (pardon the pun) the 135 gram weight penalty. And while the Topolinos are 19mm wide, the Zipps are 25+mm wide. Zipp - Speed Weaponry | Wheels | 303 Firecrest® Tubular
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