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Comments about Shimano Click'R PD-T700 Bike Pedals:
I've been hesitant to go clipless since I started commuting, years ago. Hearing about AND SEEING 'clipped in' riders not being able to unclip fast enough - the classic no-speed-asphalt-plant - made me stick with my toe-cages.
These PD-T700 pedals are extremely easy to unclip from, for an unintended stop or a red-light (I actually stop & wait for the light to change- rare, I know!). I have the tightness adjusted to nearly the highest setting, and they're still super-easy to unclip from. And, they clip-in just as easy.
What's more, I stay securely clipped-in while cranking up hills out of the saddle. I've moved my feet/shoes around - side-to-side/up/down, out of the saddle, but until they hit that certain degree-point - which is very obvious - they will not unclip.
These, and the PD-T400's, were the only 'clipless' pedals I could find that have built-in reflectors. My toe-clip pedals had them, and I was not going to lose any night-visibilty to go clipless.
They could be lighter, but that would probably negate the pedal platforms. I'm not racing anyone, anyway.
I chose Pearl Izumi road-shoes to go with them, but any SPD shoe will work.
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