Continental Saddle Pack With Tube & Levers
Continental Saddle Pack With Tube & Levers Customer Reviews
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Damn good for the cash4
Had one for 5 years, you need a safety pin to stop it falling off, But i fit in mine a topeak hummer,spare tube (light weight) patches and a couple of bucks for a coffee. It has worn a few holes in it over the years but then again it has gone about 20k on the bike. Sweet as.Report this review
Minimalist : very small & you won't fit anything else in it...3
Comes with a tube & tyre levers - but note that's all you'll get in it : you'll get loose allen keys and some loose change in, but there's no room at all for e.g. a multitool or your phone.
Quality is OK, fits with a single velcro strap which fits around your saddle rails.
I've got one to quickly slap onto my TT bike when I ride out to the club evening TT and have no pockets in my skinsuit, but for my roadbike I want something a bit bigger.
Simple is sometimes the best...5
I need a saddle pack to hold a tube, levers, emergency patches and Â£2 in change: the Continental pack is perfect. I have tried loads of packs over the years and wanted something discreet and again this is the best I have used. Can't understand other reviews re quality as mine seems fine and the fixing is simple and robust. The unit is so small that again I find it hard to understand how it could possibly rub against cycle shorts? Great value...buy one!Report this review
You get what you pay for3
The bag is TINY and you can't fit ANYTHING inside except for what already comes inside the bag and a maybe an Allen key. The bag is not high-quality and will wear before you know it. The pluses: It's discreet. It's cheap. If you're a minimalist that doesn't want to get stranded on the road, take this, a pump, and a water bottle, and you're good to go.Report this review
small and cheap, but not practical3
Nice little package, unfortunately it barely fits anything more than what's already in it, so forget about an inflater or anything.
If you have other pockets and use conti tires, it does look slick and its as discreet as a bag can be
Small and cheap3
It's pretty small, and you couldn't fit much more than a tube and levers in there, maybe a small tool or something.
Quality is not great, but given the price and included tube and levers, that's to be expected. It can't be opened without removing it from your bike. As well as under seat, it can attach pretty securely to a spare drink bottle holder.
Plus and minus3
First the downside - as the previous reviewer has noted, the fabric isn't hard-wearing and will develop holes. Also one of the tyre levers in mine snapped when I wasn't putting much pressure on it.
On the other hand, it's about as small and unobtrusive as a saddle bag can be, which is good from an appearance point of view.
And being so small, I've found another use for these bags. By all means strap one under your saddle, but I use another one to keep a multi-tool, spare change etc. organised in my jersey pocket.
Average but does the job3
Id prefer to think of this as a paying for a tube and getting a free bag + levers, not the other way around. The tube is standard conti value, however the saddle bag is a little cheap. I've found the bag rubbed on my saddle bolt, and therefore wore a hole in the bag; therefore I had to reinforce the bag. Other than that its rather small, and will only hold the tube and some other object (in my case an allen key), but it does the jobReport this review