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The Givi TankLock system for tank bags promotes the elimination of all kinds of straps, or magnetic limpets, previously used to fasten the bag to the bike. Thanks to a small ring that is installed on the tank cap, incorporated with the unique structure of the base of the bag, the bag can now be attached by simply aligning it to the ring and pressing lightly until you hear the classic "click."
Equally easy is the removal of the bag; to release it you can just pull the red lever located in the base. The mounting rings are sold separately and vary by the fuel cap type, and you need to check the compatibility list to verify which ring is for use with your model of motorcycle.
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Howard W: I got the adapter and this Givi XS307 for my 2012 Vstrom 650 and it would have worked great if not for the Rox Risers I have installed. Unfortunately, those pushed the bars back into my bag too much, so I wound up returning everything. If you don't use risers the Givi Tanklock setup is great and I'd be keeping it!May 8, 2015
Paul E: Reviews on Revzilla looked very good for this productMar 28, 2015
Eric H: Good reviews, attractive price & I need a tank bagMar 16, 2015
James S: Really liked the size and versatility this tank bag offers. Particularly like the ipad case that attaches to the bag. Haven't received it yet but look forward to trying it out on my sort touring machine.Aug 10, 2014
Agnes R: I wanted a tanklock tankbag with side pockets. I didn't know they were going to be that large. I broke my phone case by just turning the handlebar. Might sell them and get a smaller one.Jun 27, 2014
James C: Need more capacity to carry small itemsMar 31, 2014
Eric C: Givi is a great product and found this to be suitable to my needs.Feb 22, 2014
A shopper asked:The bag comes with a detachable shoulder strap, so what is the smaller strap for on the side opposite the carry handle?Jun 16, 2014
Gregory N:I'm not really sure, it might serve the same function as the shoulder strap in the event you forget your shoulder strap. I have used it in this capacity, but the strap is not really long enough to carry it comfortably. I loop the strap around my GPS to keep it from interfering with handle bars. I may end up cutting it offJun 16, 2014
Blair S:I am trying to sort that out myself, I am guessing that it is for securing the bag to the steering head of the bike. I am considering cutting it off of my bike as it is just in the way. I hope this helpsJun 16, 2014
Bob M:GIVI's website leaves a lot to be desired in this day and age of information overload, particularly from such an established moto company...it's probably b/c after sponsoring LCR Honda in MotoGP, they're a little cash strapped! I had the XS307's predecessor, the T489, which is a great bag/mounting system, however, the zipper blew out just under GIVI's 2-year warranty, and after multiple email exchanges working out the details, GIVI is sending me the XS307 as a replacement, so major props to GIVI for standing behind their products, and their customer service! But they really do need to include some more pics and video's on their website...maybe Anthony can do some moonlighting.May 8, 2014
chris m:I was asking because it is obviously in the product picture, but NOT listed under the features. I went to GIVI's website and there is no mention of the tablet holder being included with the XS307 and the product picture did NOT have the tablet holder with it. So I just wanted to make absolutely sure and avoid having to return the bag is their was a discrepancy. Maybe Givi recently added the tablet holder as standard to the XS307 and haven't updated their website yet.Mar 24, 2014
Ken S:Bob That must have been a common fault as I and two other riders I travel with had exactly the same problem with the T489 zip (right hand corner) on all of ours and as it happens just out of the warranty period. Have just replayed with the XS307 for the Strom. I must admit I do like these bags and the ring lock system.Jul 1, 2014
Scott P:Haven't tried that but I don't doubt that there would be enough room for some beverages like you note. Again, I haven't tried this but I'm sure you could put a six pack in this with room to spare.Jun 8, 2015
Jeff O:According to the fitment chart this will not currently fit your bike. However, according to the Givi website it may work if you get the BF-02 ring. Givi says that ring is used on all 800 XC model years. It is a great bag but if I were you I would do more research before buying it. Jan 19, 2015
Chris J:Yes it fits any tiger 800. You don't need any extra's. It's a nice tank bag for long trips. The map compartment is really nice. Tank lock system is awesome. The bag is big, so it doesn't look great on the bike, but very functional.Jan 19, 2015
Martin P:I have a 2013 Multistrada with stock bars and the bag does not interfere with the bars at full lock. I did mount a RAM mount for my iPhone on the mirror bolt that does make contact just before full lock but hasn't been an issue. I loosely looped the strap around the bar clamps, more like an emergency catch in case the quick lock fails, but I haven't had an issue yet. The strap also has not interfered with steering the motorcycle. Aug 12, 2014
David C:Hello I have not used the bag on an FJ but I can say the bag has adjustment forward & rear. So I bet you can adjust it far enough back towards the seat so it will clear the handle bars. Aug 12, 2014
Danny E:I have mine on my Yamaha FJR 1300 and love it so far. I don't ride too aggressive, but the little I have done the bag doesn't bother my riding position. If you tend to ride aggressive a lot then this bag may not work to well for you.Feb 16, 2015
Brad R:I have it on my 2006 BMW K1200S and it doesn't interfere at all with riding. I have it in the farthest-forward position, would be nice if it could move another inch or so ahead on my application, but not in the way at all. Feb 28, 2015
greg r asked:I'm looking for a tank bag for a 2014 bmw r1200rt with tank lock. What bags would look good and be functional and a medium size . It need to keep its shape and have a map pocket on top. Any suggestions ?
Martin P:I have this bag on my 13 Multistrada. I like it a lot. It's about the right size for a good tank bag ... Big enough to hold a bunch of stuff but not so big that it gets in the way. I carry a lot of stuff with me and it holds it all. (On an average trip I have: backup phone battery, phone cable, hat, glasses case, sunscreen, bug repellent, lens cloth & cleaning fluid, windbreaker, flashlight, Leatherman, toll pass, earplugs, trash bag, ... plus anything specific for that particular day.). This bag has room to spare without having to expand it, even with all of that junk. It has a map pocket and a cool clip on pouch for an iPad/tablet that sits on top of the map pocket for those tied to electronic gizmos. I'm pretty sure a GPS would work in either pocket as I've done that in the past with other bags. My only gripes are: 1) the quick lock feels flimsy when the bag is full & heavy. It hasn't let go yet, but it's a concern. Luckily there's a backup strap which also prevents you from having to set the bag on the ground at fuel stops. 2) the base map pocket doesn't have square corners. Apparently these bag makers have never, ever, folded paper and don't realize that maps don't fold to round corners. The tablet pouch has square-er corners but it's bigger and shouldn't be needed for a paper map. Also the map pouch has a black patch on the end so you can't even see the whole map when it's in the pouch (after some origami to get it to fit). Overall I'm happy with the bag, I like the 2 external pockets and the internal divider is nice for keeping things separated, and seems like it would help keep things dry. I've been in the rain a few times and nothing has gotten wet. I'd give this bag a 9/10 for what I was looking for in a tank bag. We'll see how it holds up as I venture off-road more next year. Nov 19, 2014
Jon I:Greg, I tried the Givi bag and was extremely disappointed, the mounting was cumbersome and looked bad to boot (sticks up too high. I sent it back and got the Touratech Tank bag and it works perfectly and is easy to detach, attach. Totally satisfied. I didn't choose the BMW tank bag for two reasons, expense and the fact that it looked to me like a big black potato bag sitting on my RT. :)Nov 18, 2014
Keith M:Greg, I purchased this about 9 months ago. Love it so far. I haven't used the map pocket as of yet but it is large enough for a tablet too. Low enough profile and yet amazing how much stuff you can shove in it. I would HIGHLY recommend it.Nov 19, 2014
Gary R:I have a ZX14R. I have always had a tank bag on. I had a Nelson Riggs the last couple of years. I was trying to get away from the straps. And the magnetic bags never seemed to fit the bill. Especially with my plastic part of the tank cover.
I bought the GIVI . and found I really like the convenience of the bag. Easy on and off. Took a couple of tries and its easy to remove an replace.
The bag is not quite as big as I had but will still hold a pair of jeans , sunglasses and some other stuff I always have in the tank bag.
The looks you have to make up your own mind. it rides on a platform maybe 1/4 or so inch above the tank. I have been happy and it does slide to the left like my other bags always dir.
John S:The bag ships with an extra attachment especially made for a tablet such as a full-sized iPad. It is very secure, attaching with two Fastex buckles at the front and a Velcro cinch-strap at rear. It works well using an Pad running a maps app for navigation, and the window even works with the touchscreen. The only cautions I would add are 1) getting cables for power to/audio from the tablet holder is slightly less weather-tight than to the built-in map case; 2) in hot weather with direct sun the iPad will overheat and shut itself off (clearly not the fault of the bag). Otherwise, this bag is ideal for tablet use, and I recommend it highly whether you're using a tablet or a paper map. The perfect size/fit tankbag for my R1100RS. Jul 11, 2014
Owen B:You can fit an iPad mini in the map pocket and it will stay secure. The bag also comes with a tablet holder that attaches on top, I use this with a full size iPad for navigation and have had no problems.Jul 11, 2014
A shopper asked:I'm looking for the biggest bag that will fit a 2006 R6 without affecting the controls or getting in the way. Any suggestions? Everyone reviewing this bag seems to be on tour-oriented bikes.May 31, 2015