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Givi 3D603 Tanklock Tankbag
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Givi 3D603 Tanklock Tankbag

The GIVI Tanklock System eliminates the need for straps and magnets, and it's specially welcomed on all those motorcycles with a plastic tank. A sturdy polypropylene retaining ring is mounted to the frame of the gas cap on the tank, and the bag is locked in position by the patented quick release mechanism. The operation is extremely quick: just drop the bag in place to lock it and pull the red spring loaded tab to release it.

The gas cap remains easily accessible to fill-up at the gas station and the positioning of most bags is adjustable by moving the whole mount back or forward on the base plate.


  • Thermoformed in EVA laminated Polyester 1000D
  • Semi rigid structure with full loading capacity, lightness, and an aerodynamic and sportive design
  • Removable cover to protect the smart phone window holder when unused
  • Waterproof cover
  • Shoulder strap
  • Internal pocket to carry a smart phone
  • Reflective parts
  • 4L capacity
  • Previously called the TPH02 

Note: The Easylock fitting system requires the Givi Bike Specific Flange (sold separately)

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Givi 3D603 Tanklock Tankbag 4.7 5 26 26
I like the bag If you're looking for a small unobtrusive tank bag, this is a good choice. It is about as small as a person can get at 4 L. I've found it fine for glasses, keys, garage door opener, visor cleaner and cleaning cloths, registration and insurance, cell phone, etc. The installation is very easy, provided they have a kit that will fit and removal from the bike is less than a second. I really like that it is held up off the tank by the mounting kit so there won't be any scratches. The semi rigid style is also very nice. It holds it's shape well while still having flexibility if it is banged a bit. A note, on my Triumph Tiger 800 XC, the handlebars hit the bag a little. It doesn't hinder control or limit steering but contact can be made. I haven't had the bag long enough to know much about durability, but it seems well constructed. The bag is pricey, but it checked the most boxes on my want/need list so I got it. I'm content with the price/value/utility of the bag. May 19, 2015
Perfect size for a day ride I put this on a Honda CB1000R. Installation took about 10 minutes. Now that it's installed, it goes on and off in about 1 second. The size is just right for sunglasses (dedicated area), phone, camera, a small bottle of water, and any other small items you might want to bring along on a day ride. It is small enough to be completely out of the way when riding. Construction seems sturdy and it doesn't look bad on the bike. March 23, 2015
Nice Little Glove Box I bought this for my F700GS. I wanted a bag for the tank that would serve the same way a glove box in a car does; for maps, the camera, maybe a spare pair of gloves. The requirements were as follows: Quick release, clear "map pocket" on top, not too big. In the past I've had a magnetic tank bag that worked wonderfully on my old R100GS and a TransAlp, but it was stolen off the TA when I ran into a pet store to grab something for my dog. I also had a very nice Ducati Performance tank bag where the base strapped onto the bike and the bag zipped on and off of it, also allowing access to the gas cap without having to unstrap the base. But I had modified it to make it fit as cleanly as possible to the Monster S2R I was riding, and I let it go with the bike when I sold it. The F700GS has a plastic "tank", so a magnetic bag was out of the question. Most of the strap bags are very large, and I didn't want to go with straps again anyway. That kind of cut the list down to Givi, which was fine with me since their bags seem to be well-respected (this is my first Givi product ever). So far so good. The installation couldn't be easier, and the fit and finish are both very nice. At first I was worried that the bag might sit up a little too high and back too far to be comfortable, but I don't even see or feel it when I'm sitting on the bike. I have to look down to see it at all; it doesn't interfere with the controls or seeing the instruments in any way. On a sport bike it might get in the way of a really tight tuck, but on the GS it's just about perfect. My chest rests lightly against it in about the most extreme tuck I would ever be likely to take on this bike, although, admittedly, I don't tend to tuck that much at all. She's a dual sport, and I ride her that way. The interior compartmentalization is nice, with a divider for sunglasses and other stuff (the divider comes out), plus the top pocket. I'm an old-school non-GPS guy who prefers to get good and "lost" before the map comes out, but occasionally I need written directions to somewhere specific, and that little window intended for an iPhone is great for that. I would not have bought the bag without it. The only "improvement" I would suggest is that it would be nice to have a totally soft option. The rigidity is nice, but I also wonder how it will hold up over the long haul. It seems that a good shot or two, or a drop, might do it some damage. But only time will tell. Once nice advantage to this system is that the next Givi bag, if there is one, will just lock onto the same plate on the tank right out of the bag. I don't know that I will ever put a bigger tank bag on this bike, but at least the option is there. And you never know. They may come out with a soft version of the same bag. February 9, 2015
Not adjustable The bag and mount system are great. Build quality is very good. Storage space and features are good. My issue with this tank bag is, if you ride a supersport and do not have long arms the bag will be pressed into your chest when you reach for the bars. There is no adjustment forward or back on the mounting system. I might have to go with a tail bag, very dissapointed. February 5, 2015
Quick release feature makes bag versatile. Love the quick release feature making it eaasy to remove & lock in top box. Combined cost of bag & tank lock makes it pricey. Excellent for those who want a bag that is not too large. January 19, 2015
Perfect size for one day or ten I have had the Givi tank bag for about six months and never ride without it. I had a bmw large tank bag and it was a pain to take on and off. The Givi mount is brilliant and easy to use. No magnets or anything to mess up your tank or make it difficult to fill your bike. The tank bag is a bargain and Revzilla did an excellent job getting it to me before I took off on a long trip. January 14, 2015
Dosn't Work well with Ducati 848 Superbike First of all this is a great product and looked great on my Ducati 848 Superbike. The staff at Revzilla was excellent when clarifying a discrepancy between Givi and their website when it came to the tank adapter. Once that was ironed out I ordered the adapter and bag. I already have the Ducati branded tank bag but wanted a tank lock bag for convenience. Now the rest of the story! PROBLEM with this tank bag is if you don't have long arms the bag hits you in the chest and prevents you from reaching the bars safely and is impossible to get low on the bike for anyone. Would probably work on other sport bikes which you don't lay so low on the bike. Even the Ducati spec tank bag allows that. Probably awesome for an adventure bike November 9, 2014
Perfect size for a Monster 696 I quite liked the Motocentric magnetic tank bag I used on my previous Suzuki GS550, but my new Monster 696 has a plastic tank, and even if I knew where the straps were for the old bag, I'm not a fan of straps rubbing against my tank anyway. Enter the Givi 3D603, which is easy to install/remove via a tank ring. Installation of the tank ring was easy, though the 3 inner bolts look a bit unfinished without the bag attached. The mounting system seems secure enough; the bag vibrates noticeably at idle, but that's probably just the nature of the Ducati L-Twin. The bag stayed nice and secure at non-go-to-jail highway speeds, so I'm not too worried about it coming off. While fairly expensive compared to my old tank bag, the Givi is comparably priced to the SW-Motech quick lock bag of similar size, with which the bag is cheaper but the tank ring is more expensive. Ducati Performance sells a bag which appears to be identical apart from Ducati vs Givi badging, but costs $50-60 more. The windowed phone pocket is big enough to hold my Nexus 5 without a case, but larger phones are unlikely to fit. I would like a slightly larger bag, but this size appeared to be perfect for the bike and myself. A noticeably taller bag would block the view of the instruments for me. If you're taller than me and/or ride with a bar riser on your Monster, you may be able to get away with the larger 3D604 bag. November 5, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
William H: The size, it's not to big for my Triumph Tiger 800 XCx, looking for something just for wallet, phone, glasses, EZPASS tag and keys. It's also easy on and off. May 22, 2015
Damon V: This is small enough to carry around town when it's not on the bike, but also big enough to hold most of my personal belongings. Apr 30, 2015
Michael S: Clark... It's a good quality item! Apr 29, 2015
Ricardo N: Need some storage Mar 5, 2015
Gilbert J: returned because the flange did not fit my bike 2014 Honda vfr 800 dlx Feb 16, 2015
Aaron C: I have the larger 307 tank mount bag but needed something for short trips cruising around town. Dec 24, 2014
Mari rosa G: THE SMALL THE BEST Dec 18, 2014
Ross A: New bike has a plastic tank incompatible with my old magnetic tank bag. Oct 25, 2014
Attn: Craig K: The main reason I chose this was the attachment system. It's going on a 2015 Ducati Monster 1200S. My current tank bag won't fit because there's no good place to attach the rear strap, and I don't like magnetic bags. From other reviews it would seem this is the same bag that Ducati sells for the Monster, but less expensive since there's no Ducati logo on it. Oct 14, 2014
yuly s: this is my second time i'm buying this bag. very good small tank bag Oct 14, 2014
P C: It's exactly what I need, right size and won't scratch the tank. Also, Givi brand is recognize for being top quality. Sep 8, 2014
Jason L: Additional storage and convenience of tank-lock system Aug 9, 2014
Dan H: Purchased because I didn't need a huge tank bag for my MTS1200. I already have sidecases and a top case. Aug 3, 2014
stephen c: I need a small tank bag for commuting and am familiar with Givi products and have been impressed with their quality. This fit the bill. Jul 28, 2014
Seamus T: Wanted a small bag that could easily go on an off. Have other storage on bike, don't need large bag. Jul 27, 2014
Kim B: I liked that it is smaller in size and has a strap that allows me to take it off the bike and carry all my essentials with me. Jun 28, 2014
Bill H: It's compact and clean looking for use on long trips for wallet, cell, glasses,etc. Jun 19, 2014
J D: great tank bag, I have loaded it with all y stuff and is amazing Jun 19, 2014
Ingrid W: I have the larger tanklock tankbag, and love it, but I want something smaller because I don't usually have much in the large tankbag and it is pretty bulky. Jun 18, 2014
thomas g: Compact yet usable size, quick release and Givi name...known for quality. Jun 12, 2014
Steven L: I read many positive reviews and it looks like it would work well for my ninja 650 Jun 1, 2014
Miguel Julio O: Brand and for touring in Big Trail. Ideal for put all documents, iPhone or GPS and money change. Apr 1, 2014
Sherman N: givi flat out rocks Feb 23, 2014
A shopper asked: could you provide the product measurements? Aug 28, 2013
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mark s: length 11-12", width 10" narrowing to 7" depth 6" tapering to 4" Sep 3, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is there a way to lock the Tanklock onto the tank or can anyone just press the red lever and remove the bag?

Locking the two zippers together isn't really worth much.
Apr 21, 2015
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Jason L: As with all tank bags, there is no way to lock them to the bike whether it is Givi's Tanklock system or the standard strap system. The advantage to the Givi Tanklock is that it can quickly be removed with a simple press of the lever and reinstalled by placing it back on. The tank lock system also securely keeps the bag in one position and you never have to hassle with adjusting straps. Apr 21, 2015
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Terry F: The advantage of the bag is that it is small enough to take the bag with you when not on the bike, there is no way to lock the bag to the bike, even the 2 d rings on the front of the bag are plastic.
I commute and have found this bag to be very useful in fact I use it everyday.
Apr 22, 2015
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Michael L: I don't know of any way to lock this tank bag, or any tank bag, to the bike, short of a locked cable thru the handle. Yes, anyone can just press the lever and walk away with it...but as I said, that's true of every tank bag I've ever owned. Apr 21, 2015
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Ingrid W: I have this tankbag and love it! But there is no way to prevent someone from removing the bag. Fortunately, it's not that obvious how it works to someone unfamiliar with it. Certainly no less secure than a magnetized or clip-on tankbag. Apr 23, 2015
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David S: No. it does not lock to the tank. I bought a kryptonite cable and helmet lock and just run it through both of them. Works great and they both fit in the bag with my other crap. Apr 21, 2015
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Seamus T: There is not an easy way to secure the bag to the tank-lock. Without some other security system, the bag can be removed by pressing the red lever. Apr 28, 2015
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stephen c: I have found no way to lock it to the bike. I stick mine in my trunk if I'm going to be away from the bike for a while Apr 21, 2015
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Carl P: There is no way to lock the bag on the tank.
The bag is not big so i always take it with me.
Apr 21, 2015
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A shopper asked: Can i use it as a backpack or messenger bag? When off the bike. Aug 24, 2014
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Carl P: I wouldn't use it as a back pack. Its a bot too small for that purpose.I have powerisezed the bag and use it to charge all my electronic devices. Aug 24, 2014
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rob l: Great little bag for all those nick nacks! Only problem I do find is that when I put my iphone in the plastic envelope on the front the sun cooks it and i then have to put my phone in the shade so that it can cool down the quick release of the bag is great Aug 24, 2014
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rob l: It does have a carry handle on it and also a shoulder strap that can be clipped on so u can use it as a man bag!! Aug 24, 2014
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Stan S: You can, but it is pretty small, it fits my glasses, phone , gloves and a few other small things Aug 24, 2014
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Tim M: It has a handle so I guess you could carry it as a hand bag. No backpack straps. Aug 24, 2014
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Christina K: Yep, it comes with straps to turn it into an over the shoulder bag. Aug 24, 2014
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Chris M: I don't I think so. It doesn't appear to be built for use that way. Aug 24, 2014
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Juan Miguel D: Yes it comes with a strap Aug 24, 2014
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Mark Y asked: Is there a way to actually lock the Tanklock to the motorcycle or can anyone just come up and press the red lever releasing the bag? Apr 21, 2015
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Steve G: There is no way to lock the Givi tank bag to the bike, i believe the only way too lock this is by purchasing the remote lock / unlock device. Of course you can manually lock with a wire cable lock
hope this helped
Apr 21, 2015
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Prosaresa C: No, no with this Givi product.
If you leave it on, it may get stolen.
I take it in and out upon need
Apr 21, 2015
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Mal H: There's no way to lock the bag, If I don't have a buddy around to watch bikes, I just take the bag with me. Apr 21, 2015
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A s: As far as I know there is no way to lock it. I either put it in my top trunk or carry it with me. Apr 21, 2015
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Bruce G: there is no way to lock the bag going to the bike sorry a great bag Apr 21, 2015
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JOE G: It is great, but there is no way to lock it. Apr 21, 2015
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A shopper asked: will a 5 inch smart phone fit in the cell phone area? I have a HTC one m8 Aug 8, 2014
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Julian J: An iPhone 5s with a skinny case is about all I'd want to squeeze in there.

It should be noted that, depending on your ride, (1050 Speed Triple in my case), it's bloody dangerous to attempt to look at your phone while riding with this tank bag anyway, since it sits far back on the tank requiring you to pretty much adopt the same stance as you would if you were trying to look at your crotch.

I love the bag, however, and the locking system is amazing and versatile.
Aug 11, 2014
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Vance B: No, the pouch is only 4.5". Overall, I love this bag. I have three of the same bag (on three different bikes). In my opinion, the mobile phone pouch is too cumbersome to put your phone in and out. I don't use the pouch. I just keep my phone in my pocket or better yet, just throw it in the bag. Aug 8, 2014
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Ingrid W: My Samsung Galaxy 4 fits in there perfectly. And you can even touch the screen through the clear cover on top. This is the best tank bag ever - perfect size. You can fit LOTS of things inside! Aug 8, 2014
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David S: Yes, your 5 inch phone will fit. This bag is great, I hope it works for you.
Dave s. in Colorado 2014 Triumph Explorer XC
Aug 8, 2014
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Ross A: My Google Nexus 5 fits, but sits too far back on my Monster 696 for the pocket to be safely usable for maps. Apr 17, 2015
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Miguel Julio O: I use iPhone 5s and it fits perfectly. If youl cel is bigger than iPhone 5s it´ll be very just. Aug 8, 2014
Justin S asked: Will my iPhone 6 with case fit? Apr 27, 2015
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Steven W: I have an iPhone 4S with a simple bumper case and it fits fine with about .5" play in length. With a 6 being a little longer I think it will still fit however, depending on how large your case is it will be pretty snug. If I had a 6 I would feel confident it would fit. Hope that helps.... Apr 28, 2015
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Mark C: If your case is close-fitting it will fit. Length is more of an issue than width. Apr 27, 2015
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Amin S: It will fit, I have a S5 and it does fit. Apr 27, 2015
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James R: A 6 or 6 pluse ???? Apr 28, 2015
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Justin S: 6 Apr 28, 2015
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A shopper asked: Does this tank-bag have a water resistant "port" to get wires into / out of the bag? Jan 11, 2015
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Bernard N: No, it doesn't. I thought about putting a hole in it and using a waterproof grommet. Before I made the hole, I needed to use the bag in the rain. I just ran a USB cord out of the bag through the zipper. I closed the zipper as much as I could with the cord passing through. Not a drop of rain water came through.

I have a windscreen but the bag it fairly water tight in its own right. Hope this helps
Jan 11, 2015
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rob l: No but where the two zips meet at the front is perfect for a wire to come out. Unless u r deep sea diving on your bike I've found it works great for me! Jan 11, 2015
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Chris M: I do not see any type of port or pass-through for cables. Now that you mention it, though, I really wish it did have them. Jan 11, 2015
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Carl P: There is no port on the bag. I wired the bag myself and used it all summer without any incident cause by water.
Jan 12, 2015
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Ryan H: No Jan 11, 2015
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A shopper asked: Will a real phone like a galaxy note 3 fit in the phone case? Sep 11, 2014
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Ingrid W: My Galaxy S4 fits in there perfectly. Love this tank bag. Best one I've owned. Sep 11, 2014
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Ross A: My 5" Google Nexus 5 just barely fits, so I don't think that the Note 3 would. Apr 17, 2015
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mark s: Don't know about the galaxy ...an iPhone 4 will fit but not an iphone5. Sep 11, 2014
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mark s: Don't know about the galaxy ...an iPhone 4 will fit but not an iphone5. Sep 11, 2014
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David S: Yes, it will fit with no issues. Sep 11, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi, i wanted to know if this Bag fits Honda CB500F? Aug 26, 2014
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Ed T: I can't answer the question about fit on a CB500F. I am very happy with this product on my F700GS. The locking system is very solid and its easy to remove the bag from the bike. This bag is just big enough for the things that I need. to have close at hand. Aug 26, 2014
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Jason L: The only way to know for sure which bike the Givi USA Tanklock Bags will fit is to consult with Givi USA's website to see if they make an adapter ring for your specific model. I use my bag on a BMW 2014 F800 GSA with the model specific adapter ring. Aug 26, 2014
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Alan A: According to Givi, it will fit the CB 600 F Hornet which might be compatible. I would call RevZilla customer service and ask them. They're always very friendly and helpful. Good luck! Aug 26, 2014
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Aaron B: I'm sure it does, but when buying this bag you also have to buy the specific tank ring that matches your bikes bolt pattern. Aug 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can i fit this bag on triumph rocket 3 roadster? Sep 11, 2014
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Vance B: Absolutely! This is Givi's smallest tanklock tankbag.

I have this bag on my Ducati Multistrada, Ninja 1000,and KTM 690 Duke and they look and work great. And, these are much smaller bikes.

As long as Givi makes a tanklock bike specific ring for your bike, this bag will work just fine.
Sep 11, 2014
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Tim T: It will definitely fit. It might look small on the huge tank. I got it for my son's Kawasaki Versys 650! He loves it. He uses it to put small things in and the tank lock system makes putting it on the bike effortless. Sep 11, 2014
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Thai N: you have to buy the adapter kit for your bike. i believe its BF02 Sep 11, 2014
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Susan T asked: Can you fit an ipad mini in this bag? Thanks! May 21, 2014
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Stan S: You should be able to fit an ipad mini inside it (not in the phone packet) but in the bag itself. It's 9" long and the narrowest part is 6" wide. I don't have an ipad mini so can't try May 21, 2014
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Heather L: I think an iPad mini could totally fit in it. Just not in the window area. It could fit on top of everything, but the sunglass "holder" is also velcroed in so you can remove that piece. May 21, 2014
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Miguel Julio O: Hello! IF you mean if fits on the front display, no. But of course, fits perfectly inside safely. It is a wonderful item for your bike. I recommend it. Jun 3, 2014
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Dave C asked: Which tanklock ring would fit a 2013 BMW K1300S? Jun 9, 2014
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Dave C: Thanks.

Givi doesn't admit to fitting the K1300S, though I know people who found a match. I'm hoping someone bought one, found a match, and can report on it.
Jun 10, 2014
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Joseph L: Email revzilla directly and they will get you all setup. Or put your bike info in on the site and specify exact fit only. Jun 9, 2014
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Jim U asked: I will be mounting a GPS device on the triple clamp (using a gadget guy cross bar mount). Will the 3D603 block my view? Apr 30, 2014
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Joseph L: No it will not block your view. I dont even see the bag when I look down at my speedometer. Very low profile. Also it has adjustments so the bag can mount more forward or backwards. Apr 30, 2014
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Miguel Julio O: Not at all. Jun 3, 2014
A shopper asked: Hello, looking for a tank bag for 2012 Concours 14, I like the quick release features but i am unsure of durability.Any recommendations would be appreciated? Apr 21, 2014
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mark s: I love this bag on my Ducati Multistrada 1200. Durability is excellent, there's a rain bonnet for the worst of it. The material is ballistic type and very rugged. It's small but really eats up most all of the minor stuff that needs to be handy. More space than you would think. It's great at the gas pump. The tankloc mechanism is flawless and the bag is very stable. I haven't used the Iphone slot yet, it's a little tight depending upon your phone case. It's a handy slot for written directions etc. More Givi in my future. I ride with Concours guys and think it would work very well. Only minor downside is I can't fit a backup helmet visor, which easily goes elsewhere. Apr 23, 2014
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Miguel Julio O: This product is designed primarily considering the comfort and safety and cause the least possible injury. In a collision, the entire system is removed easily, but not in heavy use within specifications. Do not loose easily, that's for sure. Jun 3, 2014
Joseph L asked: I have a Scorpion EXO-1100 Helmet. Can I fit a spare face shield inside this tank bag? Apr 30, 2015
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rob l: I honestly could not say. I think you will find that this tank bag is more for carrying your reading glasses some money and phone. I like it becuase it is small and compact. I would think you would struggle to get a spare visor in it. Apr 30, 2015
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Kyle F asked: This bag looks perfect for what Im looking for but I'm unsure about a few things. Does the does an iPhone MOUNT into the compartment or does it just sit in there, and is there room to connect a charging cable while it's in there? Would this bag be cumbersome on a '13 R6? May 2, 2014
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Susan T: The phone does not mount into the compartment. There is a little pocket of sorts that it slides into. My husband regularly connects his charging cable so that can be done as well. I don't know how cumbersome it would be or not on your particular bike. It all depends on personal preference. Feb 23, 2015
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
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