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Shimano 105 PD-5700 SPD-SL Pedals

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Shimano 105 PD-5700 SPD-SL Pedals

Shimano 105 PD-5700 SPD-SL Pedals Customer Reviews

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Best for money

5

Excellent pedals in good price/ quality. No need to upgrade yet.

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Shimano 105 PD-5700 SPD-SL Pedals

5

Excellent value and quality pedals. Comfortable to use on longer rides, highly recommended.

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mark a huge jump in performance and ease of use

4

Shimano's 105 Road pedals are pitched at those starting to look for some real performance from their pedals, without wanting to fork out for lighter, fancier models in the market. Just £15 or so more expensive than the company's entry level road pedal, the 105s mark a huge jump in performance and ease of use.

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mark a huge jump in performance and ease of use

4

Considering that a pair is just 70g heavier than Shimano's Dura-Ace pedals, you're paying £160 less, which makes these a pretty good bet for those looking for a reliable and solid pedal, offering genuine performance.Shimano's 105 Road pedals are pitched at those starting to look for some real performance from their pedals, without wanting to fork out for lighter, fancier models in the market. Just £15 or so more expensive than the company's entry level road pedal, the 105s mark a huge jump in performance and ease of use.

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great pedals

5

I really like shimano pedals, I have R540 that I bought first, going from SPD to a platform that does not point press in the middle of the foot. Then I got these 105 because they are made without plastic. I've had spd, wellgo, look, time, candy eggbeater, but I prefer these for the platform and longevity.

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Good pedals

5

I use these with the yellow 6 degree float cleats and find them a good combination! I have nearly fallen off twice (new to clip in pedals) but with the adjustable tension set at the right level have managed to avoid any mishaps!

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Great, durable pedals

4

I've logged about eight thousand miles on these pedals and their still working just like the day i got them. A few scratches and a couple of crashes on them and still function perfectly. If you want a pedal that needs no maintenance do yourself a favor and pick these up. If anything the only negative is the weight. Fairly heavy pedals but other than that their great.

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value and durability

5

These are a little bit heavier than Ultegra but just as reliable, but at a fraction of the price. I've had mine for 6 months (upgraded from spd pedals) and they have preformed flawlessly.

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Pro feel at a not so pro price

5

Bought these pedals as an entry-level cyclist since the other shimano pedals are much more expensive. I have had no problems and I don't really see myself investing in more expensive pedals for a while. PBK shipping was pretty fast. The pedals come with all the screws and washers needed along with the cleats. The pedals also look pretty sweet in black.

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Nothing better suited for your training bike

4

I have many thousands of miles on these with no problems. There is a slight play on both spindles, but it hasn't progressed and you cannot feel it while riding. In my experience, some play is inevitable on pretty much all pedals. They've been abused and crashed on, but still going strong. My philosophy is to have bombproof pedals since they usually take the most beating of anything on the bike (running into steps, catch a corner in a crit, crashes). I'll readily admit that they are very heavy, but really I think it's a nice balance point between durability and weight. They are certainly race worthy, but best used for training. These will not let you down when out training in the middle of nowhere.

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