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The GIVI Tanklock System eliminates the need for straps and magnets, and is especially welcomed on 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
Internal pocket to carry a smart phone (79mm W x 143mm H)
Shape and Size could be an issue
I installed this product on a 2013 BMW K1300. The quality is very good and the installation easy. However, the size and shape is a little of a hindrance when riding the bike (the smaller size bag was not yet available). It might work better with modifications raising the level of the handlebar grips. They might have also modified the shape somewhat to taper the bag more where the rider leans against it while riding.
April 7, 2015
This is a good tank bag for the money. The cell phone pocket takes a little getting used to. It is easy to get on and off the tank to refuel, and it does not touch the paint.
September 29, 2014
Holds all my chilly gear
Used to stow my chilly wear for my 1030 pm commute home. Install was simple on my 06 Bandit 1200. Swallows my Rugby type shirt,quilted jacket liner, heavy balaclava, gloves and wrapped up clear glasses-with bag expanded. Rain cover and shoulder strap are always in the mesh lid part too.
I use a small bungie cord with clips around carrying handle and my bars- I just swing it over the front brake lever when fueling up.Install was simple 2 minute job.
Got caught in a wicked thunder storm on a busy hyway no time to pull over before getting completely soaked and all the contents were still dry when I got to work!
Sits a little crooked though, like 11 o'clock.
September 1, 2014
Exactly what I was looking for.
This tank bag not only mounts up perfectly, but it matches the OEM bags and styling of my '14 Multistrada GT. Perfect fit. iPod/Ipad mini window rocks. Quick release is MUCH better than other options out there… if I had to complain about anything it would be the lack of outside compartments and the water proof cover takes up a bit too much room inside. Overall, extremely satisfied.
August 25, 2014
Easy to use and holds quite a bit
Nice tank bag, locking system is awesome . The molded shape gets a little bit bent up but still functions great. Expanding feature came in handy
August 5, 2014
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Thomas C:I borrowed and tried the XS307 on a 4k mile week long trip, kept smashing my starter or horn button. I bought the 3d604 and it won't hit the horn but will get my starter button in a full lock turn.
I agree the phone window thing is about useless. Also surprised there is no power pass through. But I like the taller & thinner profile.Aug 12, 2014
Johnny L:Doing it over again I would get the XS307. The 3D604 is great but the shape can get bent and never go back to exactly right. The phone view part is useless, phone overheats and shuts off from baking under plastic (better to just store it anyway and use the map pocket)Aug 12, 2014
A shopper asked:What about offset fuel caps, as my Triumph Bonneville has? Is there any way to deal with them with special brackets, that would not leave one side of the bag flapping or rattling against the tank top?Jun 26, 2014