Firstgear Laguna Expandable GPS Tank Bag positions your GPS on any bike right in front of you and collapses to hide it when not in use. Firstgear Laguna Expandable GPS Tank Bag can also unzip from base and convert to a Backpack while the base becomes a road-map case. Firstgear Laguna Expandable GPS Tank Bag conceals, attached, transparent, waterproof cover in a zippered pocket on the bottom front.
Features:GPS pocket enlarged to 6 inches wide and 4-1/4 inches high to hold large screen devices
Expandable, GPS Tank Bag with backpack capability
Positions your GPS on any bike right in front of you and collapses to hide it when not in use
Second transparent pocket on top of the bag for MP3 and cell phones
Grommets in each device pocket and loops inside bag route cables out of the way
Unzips from base to convert to a Backpack; base becomes a road-map case
2 large pockets on the sides and a small change/item pocket at the rear
Vertically expandable by 3 inches
Crafted from ultra durable 1680D nylon, coated with PVC and UV protection
Light grey interior to aid in finding items in dim light
Concealed, attached, transparent, waterproof cover in a zippered pocket on the bottom front
Reflective piping to increase nighttime side visibility
Attaches to bike with straps, magnets or suction cups
Base unit bottom and mounts are non-slip material
Reinforced sidewalls for stiffness
Ergonomic carrying handle
Dimensions When Empty: 13â€ L x 15â€ W x 10â€ H 1,950 Cubic Inches
Expanded Dimensions: 13â€ L x 15â€ W x 12â€ H 2,340 Cubic Inches
Limited lifetime warranty
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tankbag - Oldman226 FL
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: It has plenty of room for what I was wanting. It has several side pockets that are large enough to put items in for immediate use.
Cons: The strap connectors are not removable if you don't want to use them.
I have not used it on a trip yet to evaluate the GPS holder. It has ample room for what I needed. It is not as large as I thought it was.
Good - Could Be Better - VanHarlan
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: Large capacity - Well thought out design -
Cons: Rain Cover is Horrible - Limited Adjustable GPS Pocket
I really wanted a GPS compatible tank bag to limit the number of places I was mounting and stashing electronics on my bikes. I have more than one bike that I tour with and needed something that was flexible enough to move between the two. I've always loved my FirstGear jackets, and pants, and their reputation for quality. I bought the larger sized FirstGear Laguna GPS Tank Bag. The pockets and wiring access are well thought & laid out. The bag is big, but not bulky. The ability to zip it off the bike and carry it with all your electronics inside as a back pack is invaluable.Two downfalls are that the GPS pocket has a very limited range of adjustability for viewing and the glare off the clear vinyl cover make it impossible to see at times - not a huge deal as I rely more heavily on the audio directions. this last week I was caught in 3 days of rain . . . the built in rain cover is a great idea . . . and would be better if the cover were about 3 sizes bigger than it need to be . . . it is so big that no matter how tight you cinch it down air still gets in under it and blows it up like a balloon . . so much so I had a hard time seeing all my dash gauges . . . it's ridiculous and renders the whole GPS idea almost useless even thought the rain cover has a clear to for visibility.I now wish I had gone with Cortech's Dryver Tank Bag System . . . . the FirstGear Laguna is good but could be great with a few manufacturing.design adjustments - make the gps holder more adjustable for viewing and properly size the rain cover.