Time XPro 10 pedal review

The improved XPro has an aero underside but how does it ride?

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Our rating 
4.5 out of 5 star rating 4.5
GBP £150.00 RRP | EUR €160.00
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Our review

Time’s improved XPro adds more style to its excellent biomechanical functionality
Pros: Improved design, great performance
Cons: Doesn’t always hang ready
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An evolution of Time’s Xpresso pedal, the XPro has a hollow steel axle and slimmer carbon body without the Xpresso’s pointy outer edge.

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The carbon blade spring’s release tension is adjusted with a 3-position cam and there’s a hidden axle lubrication port.

Updated cleats are still compatible with Xpresso pedals and vice versa, but their leading edge has doubled in width to 25mm and they’re thicker and a little wider too with larger walking pontoons.

Without significantly more weight at the rear, the XPros don’t always hang tail down, but are still easy to pick up, and the new cleats engage with more certainty.

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The huge 725mm/sq pedalling platform with stainless steel protection gives excellent power transfer and their 1.25mm lateral and 5 degrees of angular float feel more constant than the competition without being intrusive.

Product Specifications

Product

Price EUR €160.00GBP £150.00
Weight 226g – (pair)
Brand Time

Features

Features Body: Carbon
Axle: Hollow steel
PLatform: 725mm sq
Bearings: Steal
Cleats: ATAC