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Innovation with the goal of safety, lightweight, comfort and reliability. The new concept of the Kéo Blade Carbon Ti is based on a carbon blade spring, which provides a 30 percent higher linear spring tension feel than the 2009 Kéo Carbon. These advantages make the pedal very secure with the result being a more positive spring rate feeling, allowing for a more distinct entry and release.
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Picked these up recently from PBK - Have owned several Look pedal models in the past from the early delta to the Keo Carbons. These are the ultimate evolution, with a super light weight, snappier engagement due to the blade mechanism and a wide, metal cleat contact plate. The bearings are super smooth and they feel very stable. The blade mechanism is also very 'defined' in whether you are clicked in or not and I am yet to pull a foot. Overall these are brilliant pedals. The only question remains as the whether they are worth the premium over the cro-mo blade version which is only a little heavier and considerably cheaper.
29 May 2011 by
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Look Keo Blade Ti Carbon Pedals