Shimano PD-T700 Click'R Pedals
Shimano PD-T700 Click'R Pedals, new generation Shimano clipless pedal
- PD-T700 CLICK'R pedal: To offer a more enjoyable cycling life to more people
- Lighter spring for simple entry and release
- Pop-up cage for easier step in
- Integrated reflector
- Adjustable entry and release tension settings
- XT level Chrome-moly spindle and low maintenance sealed bearing cartridge axle
- SM-SH56 multi directional release cleats included
- Weight: 457g per pair
EbertReally easy to install and use. Clips in on both sides and highly recommended for commuters and novice riders.
SquiggleI wanted pedals for my hybrid which is mainly used for shopping in conventional shoes but sometimes for longer journeys, where the lack of cleats is a shortcoming. Didn't want all metal M324 SPDs as per my road bike (too slippy with normal shoes) so thought I would give these a go. Do the job perfectly. And the price was very competitive too.
ChenGreat commuter pedals, benefits of SPD system yet compliance with legal requirement of having reflectors for dark hours.
AndrewBought these because they are the only click'r pedals to use high quality (105+) axles and bearings. They are double sided though, so don't buy them thinking they have flats on one side, they don't..
Simeon BartleyVery nice pedals. Compared to the PD-T400 you save a bit of weight, but I haven't noticed any other differences in terms of feel. I didn't feel the need to adjust them at all.
Mrs ShefloSo far like how they look and feel. Wasn't sure what to expect with the platform around the clip with the built in reflectors. But the pedals look great. Great new starter clip pedal
Jim WarwickI'm new to SPD's (or any cycling with any clip-in pedals) so was worried about the various tales of "you'll be bound to fall off a couple of times before you get the hang of it" (I'm 50 and falling over a couple of times is not my idea of fun). This is what attracted me to the Click'R pedals, and I haven't been disappointed. The "lock" feels secure when you're pedaling (I haven't had any unintentional disengagements), but really easy to get out of - even when you've forgotten to do the heel flick when stopping it's easy to avert disaster. I'm using these with regular MTB cycling shoes - you don't need the specific associated range of footwear.
Mr PaolinoExcellent for casual riders. Have now installed them on my three road bikes. Not hit the ground once since using. The release action is so easy that I have time to remove my foot while falling sideways.
VinkoyVery easy to remove as if no cleats. It does not release during pedaling. Very good for beginners or daily commute.