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Firstgear Laguna GPS Tank Bag
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  • Firstgear Laguna GPS Tank Bag - Black
  • Firstgear Laguna GPS Tank Bag - Black
  • Firstgear Laguna GPS Tank Bag - Black

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Firstgear Laguna Expandable GPS Tank Bag

Features:

  • GPS pocket enlarged to 6 inches wide and 4-1/4 inches high to hold large screen devices
  • Positions GPS in front of rider on tank, then collapses to hide it when not in use
  • Second transparent pocket on top of 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, then base becomes a road-map case
  • 2 large pockets on the sides and a small change/item pocket at the rear
  • Vertically expandable
  • 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 pocked 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 contain non-slip material
  • Reinforced sidewalls for stiffness
  • Ergonomic carrying handle

Dimensions:

  • Compressed: 15"(L) x 13"(W) x 10"(H) 1,950 cubic inches (31.9 liters) of storage
  • Expanded: 15"(L) x 13"(W) x 12"(H) 2,340 cubic inches (38.4 liters) of storage
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Firstgear Laguna GPS Tank Bag 4.5 5 6 6
Worth Every Penny!!! In July I did a 6,000 mile cross country trip on my 2002 Honda VFR800 with the Laguna GPS Tank Bag. It was an irreplaceable piece of my gear. The GPS pocket placed my Garmin in perfect viewing position and was my life line throughout the trip. My only complaint on the pocket was when the bag was cold the touch screen was nearly inoperable through the stiff plastic window. Once it warmed up this wasn't an issue anymore. People have mentioned how much room the GPS pocket takes up in the main compartment but I had no issues. I never had to expand the bag and held A LOT of daily use items, food, gloves etc in the bag. The "cellphone" pocket was too small for my LG G4 and most smartphones but worked great for my Toll EzPass and to throw receipts etc. The backpack feature worked GREAT when walking around Rushmore, Yosemite and other landmarks. This was a big deal to me as I had my wallet and other valuables in the bag and wanted to keep them with me. Over 19 days of riding and a lot of on and off the bike I did have light scratch marks on my tank from the magnets however these buffed out easily with a hand wax when I got home. This bag is full of useful features for long trips and daily use. I highly recommend it. August 14, 2015
Good tank bag, not a great tank bag Needing a larger tank bag, I upgraded from my Cortech 12 liter bag. I ride a Concours and the tank is MOSTLY metal but I had to alter the forward magnet holders slightly to work on my bike (I angled them back a little and then riveted the folded material). Having 4 separate magnet flaps on the Firstgear is a bit of a pain. My Cortech has only 2 larger flaps that make the Cortech much easier to deal with at gas stops. As other reviews have noted, the phone holder is too small for most smart phones (I have an Iphone 6) so it kind of useless for me and I really don't like looking at something that is not functional. I don't use a GPS so I surgically removed the GPS holder from the pocket (easy) and that left a very nice zippered storage area on top of the bag for frequently used smaller items. The size is about as large as the Concours will handle without interfering with steering. Quality is good, the backpack feature is nice but kind of difficult to align the zipper back up when you put it back on the bike. It stows nicely in either my saddlebag or Givi trunk. July 6, 2015
Awesome tank bag. I was initially concerned about the size of the magnets. But they are crazy strong. Drove in very high crosswinds. Bag was going nowhere. The GPS holder works great. An all-weather GPS out in the open would be better, but if you don't have one of those, this is by far the best solution. Love all the pockets to store a variety of things. Have taken on several trips. October 14, 2014
Jack-Of-All-Tankbags I've had this bag for a little over two years now and it'll be the last tank bag I ever need to buy. The magnets are strong and it's always felt solid on my VFR. When I'm riding solo I like having my tank area empty which is why I'm glad this bag comes with 2 straps that I use to strap it to my passenger seat. It came with suction cups, too, but I haven't used those. Off the bike, this tank bag converts into a backpack so you can easily carry it if your others hands are full with your panniers. It's got 2 transparent compartments on top: one sized for a GPS and one sized for a cell phone. It has 7 different compartments to separate your gear into for easy retrieval. There is a waterproof cover stored in the bag itself that you can quickly deploy if it begins to rain. Although I find that the bag is pretty good at resisting water by default in any rainstorm less than a full on downpour. This tank bag does so much, I wouldn't go on a trip without it! October 13, 2014
I like this bag It's a bigger bag and thats why I got it. Front of my tank is plastic so magnets wont work but you have suction cups or strap as an option to cure that. Has various compartments that can house different items. Phone slot is a bit small for todays smart phones but the GPS area will house the bigger ones. It is a bit bulkier but thats because it has more room. Great design so that you can still read your clusterd while it is mounted and phone/GPS is set for display. April 24, 2014
Good bag, but not for my tank. The bag is very well made, the magnets are strong. The GPS flip up is a little awkward. I have a galaxy note, which is huge, it will not fit in the phone compartment and to fit it into the GPS compartment, I had to cut out the elastic support bands. Not the fault of the bag, but the size of my phone. I wish that these compartments were larger as the bag is plenty large to accommodate this. I bought this bag for a Triumph Explorer, it is the wrong bag for this bike, again not because of the bag, but the goofy shape of the Explorer tank. Overall the bag is well made for a standard shaped tank. As usual, Revzilla service is second to none. March 26, 2014
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Firstgear Laguna GPS Tank Bag
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Michael V: Wanted a tank bag I could easily carry off of the bike. Plus a liked the idea of the GPS pocket. Mar 21, 2015
Frans K: I hope it is a quality tank bag Feb 25, 2015
michael o: fit my gps, charging ports Oct 11, 2013
A shopper asked: I have a 2006 Harley Ultra Classic. It has a non-magnetic center console on the gas tank. I need to be sure that there is enough space between the magnetics so they will fully engage the tank. How much distance is there between the two front magnetics? How much distance is the between the two rear magnetics? Oct 6, 2014
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Brian Z: 16 inches between the front 2. 13 inches between the back 2. That's measuring from inside to inside of the magnets. Been a wonderful tank bag for me. Oct 14, 2014
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Robert T: When the base is laid flat, the distances from inside edge to inside edge of the magnets are approx. 16.5 in. in the front and 13 in. in the back. Oct 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this bag strap down? My bike has a plastic cover on the tank. May 13, 2014
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Josh P: Yes it has straps for the front and back. I have am 05 zx6r and also have the plastic tank cover May 13, 2014
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Jacob R: Yes it comes with straps May 13, 2014
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Marco P asked: Will this bag fit a Full Face Helmet? Mar 28, 2015
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rob l: yes f you chop it into small pieces. Its more of a bag fro phone wallet and lipstick! Apr 30, 2015
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A shopper asked: Does a Full Face Helmet fit in this bag? Mar 28, 2015
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rob l: yes if you cho pit into small pieces. Its more of a tank bag for your purse lipstick and phone. Great little bag Apr 30, 2015
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Lauren D asked: I have a Triumph Legend TT (my first bike!) and am looking for a tank bag that will fit a fair bit of stuff and my phone (Which i use as gps). I have a Moto X, which I assume would fit ok in the GPS pocket.

Anyone know if this bag will fit my tank (I'm planning to use the magnet attachment)? or have any other suggested bags? Thanks!
Mar 23, 2015
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Daniel G asked: Will this hold a 13" macbook pro (9" x 12.5")? Feb 17, 2015
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