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Exustar Road Cycling Pedals E-PR100PP Review

Exustar Road Cycling Pedals E-PR100PP

 

Exustar Look Keo Pedals E-PR100PP Introduction

Exustar eps-r patented pedalling system

Superb high quality lightweight, thermoplastic body pedals! Look out for these spinning around your area!

Specification and Features of Exustar Look Keo Pedals E-PR100PP

  • Body Engineering thermoplastic, black.
  • Axle CNC-machined Cr-Mo (cartridge).
  • Bearings LSL bushing & sealed.
  • Binding Fiber-glass reinforced thermoplastic, tension adjustable.
  • Cleats E-ARC10
  • Size 82 x 82 mm
  • Weight 127 g/pc

Exustar Look Keo Pedals E-PR100PP perfect for

  • All bikers.

 

Product Reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars Good introduction set
These are my first clipless set so I was unsure what to expect. The pedals look very good and the bearing movement seems very sturdy and precise. The cleats supplied are the red ones, which reviews say are hard to unclip as they move more – I cant see any problems and they will do just fine for me. The less strain on my knees the better!

 


This review is from: Exustar Look Arc Keo Compatible Road Racing Bike Pedals – Black (Misc.)
These are first thoughts because I don’t have the pedals on my new (delivery depending) bike. But at close examination these are great pedals.

It’s important to note that the pedals are made under licence from Look. That’s reassuring. The bearings run very smoothly. The cleat tension adjustment is exceptionally easy and my Keo cleated shoes fit perfectly. The Exustar cleats are fixed by a Hex Allen key. All-in-all brilliant!

The weight claim for the pedals is inaccurate … inaccurately high that is. My digital scales register the weight at 125 gms each. I checked and checked again. Then I weighed my Look Keo Classics. They came in at the officially stated 140 gms. 125 gms for the Exustar equivalent is tremendous.

So, 4 stars for the product so far. If they perform as well on the bike as the appear visually off the bike I can imagine many excellent rides. Now, where’s my new bike?

This review is from: Exustar Look Arc Keo Compatible Road Racing Bike Pedals – Black (Misc.)
I purchased these pedals to replace an old pair of Look pedals that have been on my hack bike for about ten years, the bearings have finally given up.

Initially attracted by price, not much more that the price of a pair of genuine Look cleats, these pedals are attractive and light.

The cleats attached easily, they have Allen key socket screws rather than screw driver slots that make adjustment very easy and more precise. The bearings seem nice with no play and are free running.

In use the pedals seem secure when climbing and entry/exit are what you would expect. There do, however, lack the reassuring “snap” sound I am used to with my old Looks but I am getting used to that.

I have not given these pedals a full five stars as long term reliability is unproven. All in all good value and a good introduction for those new to clipless pedals.

This review is from: Exustar Look Arc Keo Compatible Road Racing Bike Pedals – Black (Misc.)
These were my first set of clipless pedals, and despite hearing and reading the habit of falling off when struggling to unclip, I found these easy to unclip, even with tight springs and the 6 degree float cleats. Very good pedals for the price, I’d recommend them to anyone looking for a first set of clipless pedals.
This review is from: Exustar Look Arc Keo Compatible Road Racing Bike Pedals – Black (Misc.)
I’ve already done nearly 200 miles with these pedals and think they’re great,although its my first pair of keo pedals and have nothing to compare them to.
still look brand new and wearing really well. Positve click in, and nice and easy to release
This review is from: Exustar Look Arc Keo Compatible Road Racing Bike Pedals – Black (Misc.)
Started off great. Good quality for price and worked well. However, I found over time that unclipping cleats sometimes was problematic. I can’t really understand why, given the simple disengaging mechanical action, but it just seemed to bind. Rarely a problem if I had plenty of time, but when I had to do it in a rush, and my foot movement maybe wasn’t ideal, it just wouldn’t unclip. Clearly partly my fault, but haven’t experienced this issue before with other pedals, i.e. they always unclip once the adrenaline kicks in !
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