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  • At the heart of the Click'R design is a light, easy-to-engage cleat spring that makes it quick and simple to clip in and clip out of the pedals
  • Reduced effort offers the efficiencies of a clipless system with little fuss—put a foot down fast for unexpected stops or step in casually when you're ready to roll
  • Plus, the amount of heel twist required to disengage is less than other clipless pedals, so you pop out of the pedals easier and sooner
  • Pedals feature the convenience of dual-side entry; pop-up cages within the pedals grab cleats for fast, easy engagement
  • Spring tension can be adjusted to your preference
  • Integrated reflectors are built into the pedal body platforms for enhanced visibility
  • Chromoly steel spindles and sealed cartridge bearings ensure smooth, long-lasting spinning
  • SPD cleats are included with the Shimano Click'R PD-T700 bike pedals; please note that the SPD cleats will only work with 2-hole SPD-compatible shoes

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Best Use Road Cycling
Pedal Design Clipless
Cleat Design 2-hole
SPD Compatible Yes
Material(s) (Spindle) chromoly steel
Weight 457 grams
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fantastic pedals for commuting! 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. Outstanding pedals!
Date published: 2013-08-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great first clip ins These are my first experience w clip-ins. I'd been nervous to be clipped in, especially with in-city riding where things can be unpredictable. These have been great and are super easy to get out of. Early on I had one instance where forgot to unclip in advance. The moment I started to fall, I was able to unclip fast enough to catch myself. At first, I found them them a bit difficult to clip into but that got easier over time. Just need a combination of simultaneous downward + forward pressure. The other great thing about these is the option to ride w street shoes for short jaunts.
Date published: 2015-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from very smooth Shimano markets these for beginners, but I've been using SPD for years and prefer click'r now that I've tried it. The T700 is XT level, weighs the same as the M530, and has a huge and supportive platform like the M647. I wouldn't go outta my way for reflectors, but they are a nice add on. I don't mind being a Fred. The pedals engage and disengage the cleat very easily, while staying secure when needed. I use SH51 cleats, because even with other SPD, the SH56 unlocks too easily for my taste.
Date published: 2015-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best commute/tour pedal on the market Exceptional Shimano quality. Not sure why they're marketed to "entry level" or "first time" users. These clip in easy and don't release until desired. Very nice design while offering reflector visibility (important for commuters). There's just enough of a platform for those quick test rides after repairs or adjustments without having to put my cycling shoes on. Highly recommended!
Date published: 2017-07-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a Pleasure I ride my Trek 7.7 to work and back for a total of 18 miles. I had heavy old flat pedals and replaced them with new Shimano pedals. What a difference, very easy to step in and out ..
Date published: 2017-05-09
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fantastic pedals for commuting! 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. Outstanding pedals!
Date published: 2013-08-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great first clip ins These are my first experience w clip-ins. I'd been nervous to be clipped in, especially with in-city riding where things can be unpredictable. These have been great and are super easy to get out of. Early on I had one instance where forgot to unclip in advance. The moment I started to fall, I was able to unclip fast enough to catch myself. At first, I found them them a bit difficult to clip into but that got easier over time. Just need a combination of simultaneous downward + forward pressure. The other great thing about these is the option to ride w street shoes for short jaunts.
Date published: 2015-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from very smooth Shimano markets these for beginners, but I've been using SPD for years and prefer click'r now that I've tried it. The T700 is XT level, weighs the same as the M530, and has a huge and supportive platform like the M647. I wouldn't go outta my way for reflectors, but they are a nice add on. I don't mind being a Fred. The pedals engage and disengage the cleat very easily, while staying secure when needed. I use SH51 cleats, because even with other SPD, the SH56 unlocks too easily for my taste.
Date published: 2015-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best commute/tour pedal on the market Exceptional Shimano quality. Not sure why they're marketed to "entry level" or "first time" users. These clip in easy and don't release until desired. Very nice design while offering reflector visibility (important for commuters). There's just enough of a platform for those quick test rides after repairs or adjustments without having to put my cycling shoes on. Highly recommended!
Date published: 2017-07-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a Pleasure I ride my Trek 7.7 to work and back for a total of 18 miles. I had heavy old flat pedals and replaced them with new Shimano pedals. What a difference, very easy to step in and out ..
Date published: 2017-05-09
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