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Givi 3D604 Tanklock Tankbag
  • Givi 3D604 Tanklock Tankbag - Black
  • Givi 3D604 Tanklock Tankbag - Black

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Givi 3D604 Tanklock Tankbag

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
  • Waterproof cover
  • Shoulder strap
  • Internal pocket to carry a smart phone (79mm W x 143mm H)
  • Reflective accents
  • Capacity: 15 liters

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

Fitment Notes & Exceptions

  • Tank and handlebar clearance must be checked prior to ordering. Tank shape and gas cap position will affect how the tank bag will fit on your bike.
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Givi 3D604 Tanklock Tankbag 4.2 5 11 11
Works on 2013 Triumph Explorer and 2013 Suzuki Gladius I was looking for a way to hold wallet, gloves, cell phone and a water bottle and came up with this 3D604 as a solution. I'm 5'9" and my seat is in the lowest position on the 2013 Triumph Explorer XC I ride daily to work. In the OEM mounting location, this tank bag blocked the lower digits of my tach gauge and bottom of my display. Thankfully the mounting ring on the tank bag allows for 1 position of movement back towards the rider, which was just enough to gain back the visibility I need. If I slouch on the bike, the tank bag covers the gauges, but at least now my riding position/ergonomics is improved by having to sit upright in order to see over the bag and view the gauges. On the flip side, this is an excellent bag for my wife's 2013 Suzuki SFV 650 Gladius. In the adjusted mounting position, this 3D604 fits on my wife's bike perfectly (she has a givi tanklock mount too). Doesn't block her view (she's 5'8") and in the adjusted position, actually gives her the option to lean against the bag a bit/feel more tucked into the bike. I gave it 4/5 stars as I was kind of let down to see there's no electronics hole to feed 12v into the bag without keeping a zipper open. All in all though, good bang for the buck. November 11, 2015
Completely unusable on some bikes BUYER BE AWARE! THIS MAY NOT SUITE YOUR SUPERSPORT! This bag is really nice, the quality of the materials is very high and i feel that in a crash, anything inside would be totally fine. However, i am unable to make any use of it even in its un-expanded state and positioned as far away as possible with the mounting holes. On my 05 CBR600RR the bag sits FAR TOO CLOSE AND HIGH up the abdomen for the rider, making reaching the bars in any sort of tuck position extremely uncomfortable, im 6'0" tall. The end of the bag sits almost level with the start of the seat, which may have been ok if it were not so rigid, but as things stand, it looks ridiculous is bag is completely useless for me as turning the bag mount around is impossible without modification. Riding with it as such is quite dangerous, i felt like i could hardly control the machine. The carry handle catches on my jacket zipper when i switch sides during S bends, this should be removable. Also the "phone" holder may suite an iPhone, but will not fit a Galaxy Note 2. Not a very well thought out purchase, i assumed it had more adjustability. I will be selling on as i have recently bought a Givi XS307 which has much better adjustment and fits perfectly, only requiring putting my chest on when in full tuck. *Note: This is the fault of the motorcycle manufacturers for placing the gas cap so close to the rider on Supersport bikes, NOT the fault of GIVI, who make great products, even if they should have made allowances for this.* October 15, 2015
Holds everything I need and is easy to remove - Great tank bag! I've had this this tank bag for a little more than 6000 miles now on my 2015 R1200GSA. The quick release mounting system makes it super convenient when it is time to fill up the gas tank. It is big and holds so much stuff! This makes it great for long trips. The removable map sleeve on the top is very handy too. On a recent trip to Alaska I kept my SLR camera along with a second zoom lens in it for quick access. The quick mount is very easy to operate. I have had 1 incident where the bag came off while I was riding but I think I may have inadvertently hit the release lever (it was a very technical trail). Afterwards I tried to make it fall off again and wasn't able to make the mount fail. The bag is tall. I'm a pretty tall person and I have to lean forward to see over it to view my gauges. I typically just use my Navigator V as a speedometer and gas gauge so this isn't a problem in my case but I could see it being an issue with another bike. The bag also just barely touches the handlebars at full turn. The bag just gives a little and it doesn't restrict handlebar movement at all. I like this tank bag a lot but I think for technical dual sport riding a smaller bag that straps to the tank would be a better choice. The only concern that I have is that it may be too easy to remove. When I park my bike in an area that may be less than secure I take the tank bag with me. It would be very easy for someone to casually walk off with it in less than a second. September 18, 2015
Great product! I've had the tank bag for three months/4000miles. It has held up great, the rain cover works too. Holds everything you need for a day or weekend. The only issue I have had is when I put my phone in the top on a 95 deg day. After about 30 minutes the phone overheated but that's not the bags fault. I would and have recommended this to everyone. June 29, 2015
A bit large for a Monster 696 I've had the smaller Givi 3D603 tank bag for a few months, and been satisfied with it apart from finding it a bit small for my commuting needs, which are mainly to carry my lunch and a few other small items. Having no other complaints with the 3D603, I figured I'd give the 3D604 a try. The 3D604 is pretty much a larger version of the 3D603 with a few key differences. Instead of a small pocket/phone window cover, it has a 7" tablet/map pocket. This is a plus if you want to use a larger tablet for mapping, or a traditional map. The downside is if you want to avoid glare from the tablet window or cell phone window, you have to flip it upside down. Speaking of the cell phone window, the pouch to hold the cell phone is the same size as on the 3D603. My Nexus 5 with a 5" screen fits nicely without a case, and is snug with my tech21 D3O case. However, your ability to safely use the tablet pouch or phone window will vary with your bike. For me to use it on my Monster 696 would require me to look straight down, which is far from ideal. Unlike the 3D603, the 3D604 has an adjustable baseplate that allows you to position the bag about 1/2" closer to or farther from you. Depending upon your particular motorcycle and height, you may find that the 3D604 obscures your instruments or bumps against your chest even when un-expanded. Given my height (5'7", 30" inseam), the 3D604 blocks the lower half of my instrument panel with the baseplate in the middle position, and still partially obscures it when positioned closer to me. This is probably why a rebadged version of the smaller 3D603 is sold as a Ducati Performance accessory. However, the 3D604 allows me to carry my lunch with more room to spare for other items, so I'll likely use it for daily commuting, and my 3D603 for pleasure rides. May 21, 2015
excellent purchase Bag is just perfect for every day use, or for long trips. tab pouch has glare on strong sun, therefore you can flip it upside down. Other than that i would highly recommend this product. My bag is installed on vstrom 1000 2014, and fits just perfect. There is no obstruction to view gauge. Just perfect May 18, 2015
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
Tank bag 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
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Scott W: wanted it. Nov 7, 2015
Michael M: because backpacks are for pussies Aug 5, 2015
Gary G: Great look,,great reputation and looks like it will fit my needs perfectly. Jul 20, 2015
Michael P: I really liked the design and ease of use. May 18, 2015
BOJAN O: fits my use Apr 30, 2015
P A: Easy on off. Can use on several bikes with purchase of extra ring. Apr 1, 2015
Johnny L: wanted quick access for adventure riding, not everything goes in a pannier Feb 5, 2015
michael t: I have used Givi bags and mounts for years. The quality and fit are always spot on. Jan 8, 2015
Mari rosa G: SEE SOOM IN THE WAY Dec 18, 2014
P E: Looks sturdy and neat packaging Jun 21, 2014
A S asked: Hi, looks like a nice piece of kit. Has anyone fitted one to a Yamaha FZ-09, and if so, what are the pros and cons? Can anyone point me in the direction of a photo of it fitted to the FZ-09? Thanks!! Aug 3, 2015
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Thomas Y: The ring for the gas tank fits okay on the Yamaha. The problem was getting the bag to snap onto it with the tank design of the FJ (molded plastic tank shrouds on front of tank). The FZ doesn't have anything that blocks the bag so it should be good to go. It is a very nice bag that Ducati uses for the new Multistrada and has looks of room so you should be happy with all the stuff you can store in it. Aug 3, 2015
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Thomas Y: The tankbag should fit the FZ-09 fine. The gas tank design of the FJ-09 with it's plastic molded pieces prevented the bag from locking on and off the retaining ring. It will be very large on the FZ given how small the tank is, but that is probably the reason you might want to consider this bag. Aug 3, 2015
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A S: Hi Thomas, thanks for your input. Are you saying it's incompatible with the fitting ring? I went to Givi's website, but apparently in Giviland Yamaha's don't exist! Aug 3, 2015
Thomas C asked: What is the width of this bag, or just the overall dimensions in general?

I'm trying to make a comparison with this vs the XS307 model.
Jul 15, 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
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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
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A shopper asked: Is there any way to look at compatibility for bikes that aren't on the Givi Chart? Want to use this with a Suzuki Marauder. Mar 5, 2015
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Carl D: can you tell me if your marauder has the four bolt pattern fuel cap? Mar 8, 2015
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A shopper asked: What are the dimensions of the 3d604 tanklock bag? In inches please! Aug 11, 2014
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Johnny L: approx 11 inches wide (at widest which is the part near the bars)
approx 13 inches long
approx 8 inches high near seat, 10 near bars (this is expandable to go taller)
Aug 12, 2014
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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
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Phil T: I don't think this will work on Bonneville. Check the Givi web site for compatible Triumph models. Jun 26, 2014
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A S asked: What lock kit will I need for my BMW R1200RT? Oct 11, 2015
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