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Firstgear Laguna Mini Hard Tank Bag
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Firstgear Laguna Mini Hard Tank Bag

  • The perfect companion for a weekend morning ride... or a quick commute
  • Water resistant zippers
  • Semi rigid, Thermoformed outer case holds its shape even when empty
  • Equipped with suction cup or magnetic attachment points to fit every bike
  • Space for the essentials, even GPS, cell, and MP3 windows
  • Upper electronics/map portion is detachable, so no leaving valuables on the bike
  • Sufficient space for wallet and an emergency rain suit
  • Main Bag: 8”L x 10-1/2”W x 4”H
  • Top Bag: 8”L x 10”W x 1”H
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Firstgear Laguna Mini Hard Tank Bag 4.1 5 7 7
one of the few that fits Was looking for a mini bag for my Tiger 800, the tank design made it a problem ,this one works .Very satisfied. September 18, 2013
Great small bag I wanted a small, sleek tankbag and this fit the bill. It's well made with lots of room for a small bag. I can get my hat, phone, iPod, wires, wallet, etc. to fit in there. The map/GPS/phone attachment is a great option too, if you're going on a long trip. You will be impresseed with quality and design. My one and only grip is the price but, I think ALL tankbags are $10-20 over priced. August 26, 2013
Very durable and nice use it on a daily base; holds wallet, sun glasses, phone, etc. without using to top compratment. The top piece is really made for GPS or phone which works well. May 20, 2013
Small Tank Bag It appears that this small tank bag will be just what I was looking for. It holds my cell phone in the top for easy viewing if I need it for navigation. October 29, 2012
Love this product... I love my tank bag,,,several co-rider was impressed alwell...highly recommend this tank bag... August 27, 2012
Small but useful I purchased this bag to use on my Triumph Street Triple for quick trips/commuting. This is a small tank bag but it certainly has a place and I have found it ideal to hold small items like my phone, wallet, sun glasses, camera, etc. The main reason I purchased this bag was for my morning commute to work. I carry my work ID, phone, wallet and sun glasses inside the hard bag instead of throwing them into my backpack. It makes the items easy to get to and prevents them from being crushed. I have found the top section to be almost pointless for my particular uses but for longer rides I can see it as a way to keep your phone visible or to use the clear section for a map. I put my phone in the designated slot (iPhone fits perfectly) for one trip but found it to be more troublesome if I wanted to use the phone for anything other than GPS. I attached the bag using the magnetic base and it holds very secure without any movement at highway speeds. The bag comes with a suction cup and strap mounting system but it was not necessary to use them. I also liked the clean look of the magnetic base better anyway. The bag is attached to the magnetic base with a large section of velcro which is supposed to allow the user to detach the bag from the bike without removing the base. The velcro is extremely strong and makes it difficult to remove the bag from the base without lifting up on the magnets. I find it easier to simply take the entire bag including the base off of the bike if you want to remove it. The bag itself is not waterproof but a waterproof cover is included. I was caught out in the rain without the cover installed and some water did leak into the main compartment. After I stopped and fitted the waterproof cover no other water made its way inside. I have been pleased with the overall performance of the bag even though I only use the hard case portion. I may find myself using the additional clear phone/gps section at a later time but I will likely opt for a larger bag if I need to carry more stuff. For the price I much prefer the hard case style to the standard soft tank bags. Recommended. July 30, 2012
Definaty for short trips The product was well made and thought out. The size was smaller than I imagined, even though the measurements were in the discription. January 25, 2010
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Firstgear Laguna Mini Hard Tank Bag
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
james m: small bag to fit my tiger 800 tank Sep 5, 2014
Phillip R: Looks like it would be a perfect fit on my bike. Aug 31, 2014
Gregg A: returned not appropriate for my bike (BMW F800GS) Aug 11, 2014
Edward C: Features, ease of ordering, and price considerations. May 7, 2014
Allen M asked: What are the dimensions of the GPS pocket? I have a Garmin 2595 (5.4"W x 3.3"H x .6"D (13.7 x 8.3 x 1.5 cm)). I would like to know if it would fit either horizontally or vertically. My unit has the ability to view either way but I prefer horizontally.

Please let me know.
Jan 13, 2014
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Gary E: It will fit horizontally. There are two "pockets", and the one towards the square end will hold your Garmin (I have a 2450 which is the same size).
FYI, I normally use a RAM type mount for my GPS, but when the ball broke I put it in the tank bag. I found it nearly impossible to use do to glare (from the clear plastic of the tank bag) and having to look so far down to see it.
I ride a Ducati ST2, and there is a bezel over the front of the tank which requires that the bag be mounted toward the back. If you have a bike that allows more forward mounting, one or both of those issues may be improved or eliminated.
Jan 16, 2014
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Ruben G: The bottome of the pocket is about 5"w x 4"h x 1"d but the opening to the window is closer to 5.5"w. The height is about 3.5" on the sides then arching to about 4". The depth is about 1" but can be stuffed deeper. I think your Gps would fit due the big window. Ride on. Jan 16, 2014
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patrick b: it is more than large enough for your unit. The photo is deceptive and the clear portion lays on top of the interior pockets but has its entire area available for use. it's pretty adaptable and well sealed with one waterproof pass-through for any cables. Jan 17, 2014
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Kenneth R: It will fit in the larger top pocket. The pockets give you access to the overall clear window, so you aren't restricted to the pocket dimensions anyway. Jan 16, 2014
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Brandi A asked: Can I fit my iPad in it? Feb 10, 2014
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Ruben G: My mini fits tight but very doable. Mar 9, 2014
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james m: sure can, again this bag is small , enough for day trip carry along stuff Feb 11, 2014
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John B: No. A full sized iPad will not fit in either compartment of this bag. Feb 10, 2014
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Michael H asked: Does the raincover block the GPS/Electronics window of the tank bag? Oct 25, 2013
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Gary E: Yes, raincover is not clear.
I've never put the raincover on as the bag itself is fairly water resistant. I ride Ducati ST and at speed little to no water hits the bag (and I've ridden in pretty heavy rain).
Oct 25, 2013
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Ruben G: Yes, it does unfortunately. I personally don't watch the GPS and usually keep it in my pocket and just listen. I just say that in case you want to try that for only when it rains. Oct 25, 2013
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patrick b: yeah, it does. the cover is a basically a nylon condom that stretches over the entire tank bag rather snugly. i like the whole unit Oct 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have a plastic tank with a raised area in the center. Does this case have enough flexibility to conform to the shape of the bike to use the suction cups to attach or does it have to be a flat surface? Mar 9, 2014
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Ruben G: It is not very flexible, sorry. Mar 9, 2014
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patrick b: yes it does. The flaps on the bottom are flexible and can swivel to accomodate differently shaped tanks. The suction cups are strong Mar 10, 2014
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