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Using with micro tank bag
So far, the magnetic straps have been working perfectly. Didn't scratch my tank and hold the micro tank bag well.
August 31, 2012
Straps vs Magnets
I originally had strap fixing which proved unsatisfactory. To have the bag snug on the tank the straps need to be tight but are then very difficult to click off whenever you stop for gas. With magnets the bag is snug and secure yet easily undone and lifted out the way to get to the gas filler cap.
December 13, 2010
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Peter C: Had the suction cups for my old bike with a plastic tank but my new bike has a metal tank and these make it easier to mount and are a bit more secure once mounted and going down the road.Oct 2, 2015
S M: Bought the bag to use as a tank bag and the magnets work better than the hooks for that purpose.Apr 15, 2014
Patricia B: Good price on a great product.Oct 13, 2013
A shopper asked:How much weight do you trust the magnets with? I have a pet bag that came with straps and I would like to convert these to my needs. Estimated weight: 20lbs absolute max (pet is 10 max, carrier is probably closer to 5) So how much weight have you used with these magnets?Sep 1, 2015
Matthew B:The most I've carried in my tank bag consisted of a pair of shoes, pants, socks, gloves, and two 750 mL water bottles. Weight-wise, probably close to 10 pounds. My commute is 15 miles. During that time, I had no shifting problems at all. If you're able to distribute the weight and can evenly space the magnets, you should be fine.Sep 17, 2015