Rated 3 out of 5 by plinds71 High Maintenance
Big, grippy pedals, reasonable weight and after a year and a half they haven't bent or broken. I've ridden DMR pedals on BMX and MTB's for ages and they really are very good, I've never had a DMR pedal break miles from home - I have with other £100 pedals!
However... they might not fall apart, but they don't last well. I don't expect pedals to look like new a week after fitting, but the bushes wear far too quickly - I've tried to replace them and the bearings for the second time today, but the bearing broke up, so they're scrap. I suspect the seals aren't great. My old clumpy V12's lasted far better...I'm going back to £40 disposables, like Nano or Saint pedals.
12 April 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by seriouscat Expensive, average quality bushes, but perfect in practise
This pedal is expensive and the bushes don't seem to last very long so it's not very good value, but the profile, shape and size is all perfect. I destroyed one crashing into a rock and bought a new set as soon as I got home. If you are after performance over value then this pedal is the right one for you.
04 April 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by tob1 solid Platform
The Vault is the best Pedal for me.
With 430g there are lighter pedals out there, and thinner ones.
But these held up 1,5 years with some service.
No bend axle or anything.
I messed up one while servicing (embarrasing),
and now I buyed new ones.
I used them for Downhill and Trail riding in every wheather.
My only concern is you need to service them with fres grease every 1500km or so,
because they start to make some creaking noises.
With your hand you can feel some play at the bushing, but not while riding.
The grip ist awesome, and so is the big platform.
I searched the net for an alternative, but couldn't find one yet.
(that is serviceable and good for touring on trails)
13 March 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by PKayley Good, but could be better
I bought these based upon their high pin count, large platform size, concavity, and above all based upon a 10/10 score in MBR for flat pedal performance. They are good, but in my opinion they're not that good. I have since swapped back to Nukeproof Proton pedals which I find are much more stable and grippy. The pins on the vaults are all around the outside and just on the side edges of foot pressure, whereas the Protons also have pins towards the centre which just grip really well. Protons were also half the price of the Vaults!
09 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Juggmeister Best pedals I've used so far.
These are the grippiest pedals I've used and are so much better than the V12's I used to swear by. Profile is nice and low and they take rock strikes pretty well. Come with a couple of spare pins and an allen key. My last pair had a slight bit of movement on one side after a year of smashing them around.
They look really nice on the bike but very expensive.
15 February 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by g1983 Excellent
great pedals I wear flat bottomed shoes where the teeth on the pedals sink right into the soles, best pedals Ive had lightweight and strong.
24 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Richeytea Brilliant
So good I now own 3 pairs and won't buy any other type of pedal from now on!
02 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Joness Amazing
Great product loads of grip in all situations even with normal shoes. Orange looks great and the anodising seems to stay on, no wear at all yet.
09 October 2013