The Look Keo Blade Carbon Ti clipless pedal is the result of years of development in the heart of Look's manufacturing facility, and constant input from the world's top racers.
Lightweight, aerodynamic, and powerful, the Look Keo Blade Carbon has all the assets to improve and optimize performance. Featuring an oversized axle that utilizes roller and needle bearings, the Keo Blade construction results in a gain of approximately 2 watts of power at 100 RPM. The 700mm2 platform optimizes the cleat and pedal contact areas, delivering unmatched comfort, efficiency, and power transfer.
Features & Specs:
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Cleat Type: Road Cleats
Pedal Type: Road Pedals
Mfg PartNum: 22008
Threading: 9/16 x 20mm
Bearings: 1 roller, 1 needle
Stack Height: 14.8mm
Spindle Length: 53mm
Bought these just to try something different from Garmin, shimano pedals i previously owned.
Pros: lightweight, super easy install, feel like solid construction, great power transfer, effortless spin about the axles (high end bearings!?), click feel when clipping in you know you wonï¿½t pop out unintentionally, Keo style cleats not necessarily directly swappable for similar style cleats (garmin, assioma, others) they are often workable in a pinch
Cons: expensive (very costly for basically irrelevant marginal at best gain in performance), although the blades may be swapped they take much more effort to undo from and people new to cleats will almost certainly have a fall or two due to this, other products feel like they are easier to find and clip in workout looking down, almost appropriately titled look pedals need you to look down to get clipped in
Would i purchase again?
Yes, i did in fact purchase a second pair for my tri bicycle. Albeit the model just below these without the titanium axles. I love them both, would consider again if a third bike makes its way into the garage.
Nearly 5,000 miles on my pair, and no issues. Lightweight and solid. Curious how long the bearings will last, but seem easily replaceable. I also have the slightly heavier non-ceramic/Ti version on my other road/trainer bike, and those are holding up just fine as well.
One of the lightest pedals of it's kind on the market, and happens to be aero. Low height too, so crank arm length more true to size. I have 5k miles on mine so far and no issues.