Built with an extra-wide platform that reduces lateral rocking for a solid interface, these new Ultegra pedals in silver also feature a stainless steel pedal body cover, wide bearing placement for uniform load distribution, large binding target for quick engagement, and adjustable entry and release tension adjuster which allows custom settings. Great whether you're racing or just out for a ride.
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This is my second set of 6700 pedals. The pedal itself is long lasting and easy to maintain. The wide body creates an excellent platform for power distribution. I find the SPD-SL the fastest and easiest clip in around. The new metal plate on the pedal proves to be a long lasting replacement to older models plastic foot plate. Very easy to take apart and repack with grease.
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I've always used Shimano pedals I've used PD540, PD6600 and PD6700. The PD6600 and PD6700 is great that they have the metal bit rather than the plastic ones in PD540 or earlier model of Ultegra and Dura Ace pedals. I've worn through a few of the plastic bits on my PD540 and starting to wear though to the aluminium pedal body. It's nigh impossible to find the plastic bits as well. Most shop never heard of anyone ordering the plastic bit so they had to go back to the distributor to order them. The summary is that this pedal (PD6700) have a metal wearing but and will last for ages, if you ever need to replace it.
All in all, a great pedal, but quite a price jump compare to PD5700.
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