Time Xpresso 6 Pedals
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Time Xpresso 6 Pedals
- Automatic pre-opening of engagement mechanism
- Steel axle and composite body with flexible carbon blade
- Oversized pedal platform 700 mm2 with interchangeable stainless steel plate
- SENSOR Adjustment of angular sensations, or “feel”
- Q-Factor adjustment — setting of lateral foot position
- BIOPOSITION Concept — minimal distance sole to pedal axle (14.4mm)
- Angular float (+/-5°) and lateral float (2.5 mm)
- Release angle: 15°
- Weight: 205g/pair – Previous model iClic2: 260 g/pair. Saves 55g.
- Supplied as a pair
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Mr dunsterThis pedal is better than I-Clic version I had before, easy interaction and very light
The BurgerI have always used Time pedals. These are by far the best I have had. Easy entrance and can be set for lesser movement if needed. Very good value for money.
Mr BohmI have done few rides already, one 100 km. Pedals work great so far. They are very light, lateral float is a really good feature, anytime I feel any discomfort I can shift my feet and that helps me out. Fantastic service from Merlin .. as usual.
Mr BThese pedals are light and seem to be well-built, therefore should be durable. The shoe/pedal interface is very solid with Lake CX236 shoes, making for a very efficient pedal stroke. Best I've ever experienced. Unfortunately, my knees don't like them. I'm nearly 60 years old, and due to decades of playing numerous different sports, the knee joints are a bit loose and arthritic, and hypersensitive to lateral and rotational torque. True, the Xpresso pedals have +/- 5 degrees of rotational float, but it isn't free float, it's a spring-loaded float, for lack of a better explanation. I tried to mimic the the foot angles I observed while riding my Speedplay Frog pedals (which have lots of free float, if you're familiar with them), and angles either side of that, to no avail. I rode the Xpresso 6s for a month altogether, over 200 miles, and no matter what I tried with the cleat angles, my knees kept getting more and more sore. I do also have some varus with my feet, along with bow legs, but I also tried varus wedges in my heels and that didn't help either. So, I've given up on them and went back to the Frogs with Shimano touring shoes. They aren't nearly as efficient-feeling as the Time pedals, but they have enough float, and a bit of horizontal play due the relatively-small platform, and my knees are gradually healing. I see from the other reviews most of you are very happy with the Xpressos, so I won't knock them just because they don't work for me. But if you have loose old knees like mine, they may or may not work for you.
Dale MSo long Dura-Ace! Easy setup and amazingly light. Entry and exit as TIME advertise; quick easy and silky smooth. Adjustable float separate of the locking mechanism is great. 4 stars to see how durable they are
Mr GartonThese are really good clipless pedals. Easier to use than "Look" style.
Mr RussellGreat value for money pedal and only a slight weight penalty over the xpresso 8. Easy clip in and out with an effective wide platform.
guernseydanThis is my second set of the Expresso 6's. Sadly I had to replace the previous pair after a bad crash. I won't look beyond these pedals now though. The locking action is just so nice and the large platform gives you a firm base yet they still remain incredibly light. All this for a great price as well.
Mr LindHassle free and works like a charm. I`m used to the float of Time and my knees appreciates it. Have used time for years and like them a lot.
Mr SchofieldI purchased these to replace my spd pedals Shimano A600. The Time Xpresso 6 Pedals are incredibly light. Bearings are smooth, but due to being so light are not always in the right position for clipping in. This will probably be ok after a few miles. Clipping in is actually easy, but I do seem to make it more of a difficult task sometimes than it actually is!. I recommend reading instructions carefully if unfamiliar with the iClick cleats as these allow q factor adjustment(lateral adjustment) of 2.5mm if you swap them over, which I did as I found initially my feet were to close to the cranks and my knee tracking was not stable. They now feel really good & comfortable. For the Weight conscious this is an excellent choice. I cannot comment about durability yet.
Mr JamesGood Light Pedal, Excellant value for money. One small issue is that the edges are quite sharp so it can cause small cuts on your calf when putting your feet in and out of the cleat if it catches the edge as you raise you leg off the ground, but once you get used to the pedal you can avoid this and it seems quite a good choice so far.....
GuernseyDanGreat value, lightweight pedal. Has a positive clip-in, holds you well and still allows for fast release in an emergency. I can't comment on the longevity of the resin/plastic component parts that form the lock for the cleats (my previous Shimano pedals had been going for years but were alloy). Will also have to wait and see how the bearings last as mentioned in a previous review...
Mr MeeresAwesome pedals for an awesome price! Very light, though are actually more 'plasticy' than I expected. Anyway, clip in is easy and the platform is very stable. Great buy!
Mr RICHESHave had the ICLIC 2 pedals for about a year and needed a pair for another bike so decided to give these a go. I love the feel of the ICLIC 2 pedals, the engagement and release is the best I have tried. My only concern is the bearings. They have run dry a few times and I have had to drible some lube in through the seal. They are not serviceable so it is frustrating that they don't seem to be built with the English weather in mind. Not sure how these will fare - I hope the bearings and seals have been improved on the ICLIC 2. the engagement isn't quite so intuitive but the wider platform is definitely better.
Mr HulmeEasy click in and lots of float