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An excellent value-for-money replacement pedal for the city rider
 
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2 / 5
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Wore out rapidly
Posted09 June 2012
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"I've had these about a year and a half, and they started clicking and creaking within 6 months. Now they spin as easily as a hot dog in a fist full of gravel. As I write this, I'm literally about to drop them in the bin.
I'm also not particularly enamored with the "grippy" surface. It's position sometimes causes a sudden flip over when I'm getting my footing after some lights, and yet it doesn't stand proud enough of the surface to really improve the pedal surface. A poor design.
I do like the reflector integration. On some other pedals, the reflector is just screwed onto the side of a metal frame, and quickly comes adrift. On these pedals, it's protected and solidly mounted.
That's not enough to make up for the failings, though. Buy something else."
Pros: reflectors
Cons: Low Quality, Wears Out Easily
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An excellent value-for-money replacement pedal for the city rider
 

Can these be fitted with an Alum Key ? I think you should list this on your pedals.

No. Use a 15mm or adjustable spanner.

Don't forget to stick some copper grease on the threads.
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