Water resistant bike handlebar bag by BTR is an excellent way of storing & viewing your navigation device or map.
This mini handlebar bag is compact yet has a 3 Litre capacity (including pockets) and allows you to keep your essentials to hand.
The touchscreen navigation pocket goes across the lid, so you can see it easily & fits most smartphones. Never get lost or lose your way again!
Extra strength support in the material across the back & each side means that the bag keeps its shape & so your lid remains visible for your location viewing.
Touchscreen navigation pocket goes across the lid & the visible area is 15.5cms x 13cms. This fits most smartphones (please do measure your device for fit prior to purchase as cases can make your device larger). There is a narrow trim before the waterproof zip that gives a little extra room for you to pop your device inside
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We offer free returns within 28 days of purchase.
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Good quality materials but the pockets are so tight you almost cannot get a finger in
Bought this saddle bag for my bike and yes it did what it said carried my phone bottle of water small bike pump gloves and house keys very pleased with my purchase and delivery was good too letting me know when I would receive it yes I would recommend it thankyou
This was bought to replace an older well used BTR bar bag. The new one is slightly deeper (good), slightly narrower (not so good) and with flat side pockets (definitely not good). Overall though the product fits my needs but would prefer it to be wider with better side pockets,
The bag is a good size Without being overly large. However, the top of the bag is somewhat caved in, possibly during transit? It does straitened out when a phone is in it. It might be an idea, for the future, to pack the bag with old newspaper, to maintain its shape.