Exustar E-PM215 Clipless Pedals

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E-PM215 Clipless Pedals - black/universal
E-PM215 Clipless Pedals - black/universal
E-PM215 Clipless Pedals - black/universal
E-PM215 Clipless Pedals - black/universal
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High-quality design: the E-PM215 Clipless Pedals by Exustar


With the E-PM215 clipless pedals you are well on your way. The pedals are optimally suited for MTB use.

Specifications:


Application: MTB
Type: clipless pedals
Pedal System: SPD

Technical Information:


Body Material: aluminium, forged
Axle Material: steel (CrMo)
Material Binding: steel (CrMo)
Bearings: cartridge bearings
Size: 81 mm x 55 mm

Contents:


- 1 pair of Exustar E-PM215 clipless pedals
- 1 x pair Exustar cleats

Gewicht:

  • black/universal: 290 g (Paar)

Models:

in stock 2 to 7 days up to 10 days Out of stock inform me
  • black/universal
    50.41€

Customer Reviews (9)

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by Thomas V.  on 02.02.2021
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Really nice pedals for a very reasonable price.
They work very well with shimano cleats, however the disengagement feels slightly off at lower tensions; once I increased the tensions on the pedals, both clipping in and clipping out feels great (with the shimano cleats).
The black colour however does scratch very easily, even after using them just once. But this is to be expected.

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by stefan b.  on 09.04.2014
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Exustar is an awesome product. Love these pedals

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by Mark H.  on 16.03.2014
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1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Am using with Shimano shoes and have found disengagement to be very unreliable - foot often gets stuck on the pedal. Have tried all manor of adjustment provided by pedal and cleat-positioning system, but to no avail. It looks like the tread of the shoe does not permit the locking mechanism of the pedal to move through its full range of motion, so the cleat gets stuck in a semi-disengaged state. Cutting away the tread would therefore help, but I don't want to do this, as, with my Shimano pedals, that bit of tread makes up part of the contact surface between pedal and shoe.

Scratch easily, good price, appear well made and strong.

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