Rated 5 out of 5 by EVGEN434 Отличные педали
Очень доволен отличное отношение цена качество !!!
15 February 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by RATHER1BOTHERSOME Fair quality and a great value indeed
got a pair of these a few weeks ago, much lighter than the Shimano SPD's i had, quite smooth as well. Fresh out of the box, however, the axels were both fairly loose, even on both pedals. These being my first pair of clipless, i reckoned that they were supposed to be a wee bit loose. SO i rode on them and they are quite fun; smooth, light and very good, BUT there is a squeak. The axels have both became looser. i've looked at multiple reviews and it sounds like Look has a common squeaking problem. i'll take it to the local shop and have them give it a look through, and keep the spring mech. cleaner and see how that is.
All in all, i give it a 3, this shouldn't be something someone should deal with right out of the box. once this gets fixed i'm sure i will be more than pleased!
09 January 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by andy1977 Very good quality
The pedals are very light and has a nice build quality.
I would recommend them to anyone.
21 August 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous неплохие педальки
педали начального уровня, легкие надежные. Единственный минус - расходные материалы, шипы -быстро стираются и дорого стоят.
06 February 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Good entry level pedal
The Keo Easy doesn't have the same level of quality than its higher sibling but it's a good and cheap entry level pedal. For those who commute on long distance, it can be a better option than SPD (if you don't have to walk a lot...)
"Easy" in the name is for Click out. You disengage the shoes without any effort, any resistance, easier than with a spd set to the lightest
The only drawback are Keo cleats that seem far weaker than SPD-SL ones and seem to destroy much more quickly.
For classical road use, Keo classic or Max, with better bearings are likely a better option. For recreational use or commuting, this Keo Easy is a good and “easy” choice that compete favorably with the spd option
31 October 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous Light but wear out quickly
I have had these a year (approx 2000miles) and had to replace. The screw mechanism wore and pedals became loose on the crank arm. I wouldnt recommend them for serious mileage cyclists.
13 June 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Ideal and great value
These were easily the best value pedals going. I did quite a bit of research and they are over £15 cheaper here that other sites. I've only been out once on them but had no issues. Clipping in and out was very straight forward. I'm not sure what I should feel from pedals but pedaling was as I would expect it to be. I put them on my race bike as they are about 12g per pedal lighter (119g per pedal) than the classics (132g) which I'd also bought before I'd discovered these. The only differences I notice are the classics have tension adjustment and the cleats have rubber tips which I assume reduce wear when walking. However, I don't walk far and in 2 years of having clipless pedals I've never adjusted the tension so it too was a bit of a wasted feature for me. If you're looking for clipless pedals look no further.
19 January 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Very light and brilliant looks
I have had these pedals for half a year now and have had no problems, they are extremely light for there price and rely good looking. The only problem I have had with them is clipping in quickly at traffic lights and uphill junctions but clipping out is very easy and I have managed not to fall over so far. At this price I would think its a obvious bye.
12 January 2011