Exustar PR100 Road Pedals - White - Look Keo Compatible
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On a recent ride around Llangollen my toes went numb and tingly, my friends I was riding with suggested a change in pedal type from sod's to these. They were a bargain and came with cleats so I thought I'd give them a try. I've only used them for a few rides, although one was for 4 hours and I have to say the difference to my foot comfort levels are amazing. I also feel like I can put more power down through the pedal. Only downside is that they are extra slippy on laminate floor. Excellent pedal and price :)Report this review
Nice kit. Good price, they did get dirty on the first ride but for the price I am not bothered.Report this review
I was looking for a set of pedals for my winter road bike when I found these. I've always used Look pedals and these are really just as good. I've got mine set to the max and my feet are held very firm and feel totally secure. Great value.Report this review
White, bright and light, and Look compatible. Great value and excellent, speedy service which I have come to expect from probike kit.Report this review
Nice tidy pedals, very light and very cheap. I can't wait to get them on my bike although I can see them getting a bit dirty.Report this review
I received good service, and the Exustar PR100 Road Pedals are as described. This is a good product for the price, light and have a nice look.Report this review
I bought the white ones because of the way they looked with the rest of my bike, and I totally agree with "E" in his review. I had zero issues even with the white ones. They do need to be cleaned more often, but then again anything white would be like that.
I used simple green, but soap and water should do the trick. Claude's complaints about scractches may actually be the cleat material rubbing off on the white pedal surface. Rubbing compound or no. 1500 sand paper should clear that up. Warning, it'll also erase the printed labels.
My pedals look as white as the day I bought them after I clean them.
As for the pedal falling apart, using locktite on the adjuster screw will help keep that in place (especially if your're going to race). But I've never really needed to do that. Just don't keep it too loose and like any other screw on your bike check it from time to time.
I bought them for the interior bike after using the PR200 in the summer. That way I can get the same feeling from my pedals all winter long. This is a low price pedal that can be used for a beginner or on the winter bike. If you ride like a pro, you may be looking for something else, otherwise, the PR100 is worth a try. For the color, of course white is gonna get dirty but you should now about that before you buy...it's avaialble in black.Report this review
I decided to trade up from my very old Look Deltas and the price was right on these. They work just as fine, weigh a lot less than my older pedals and have given me no issues over a season of riding.
While the white plastic dies scuff, it is a small price to pay for having pedals match your frame. If it bothers you then order the black version.
These are perfect entry level "Look" style clipless pedals, probably the equal to Look Keo Easy at a much reduced price.
Like anything white on a bike they can become dirty, but other than scratches and wear they are cleanable.
I bought these as the price was right and I wanted white and there are only a few white pedals to be had.
No issues with loose mechanisms, but I guess if you are trying to win sprints, you may wish to opt for a more expensive pedal. For me and my time trialing, these are perfect.