Icon Primer Tank Bag
its a good small tank bag "Muirse"
The in side water proof liner wore out after about five months by it other than that it's a great bag if yoyo don't need a lot of things by it it carries quite a bit plus it has a strap in the front that can be uised for clothing, rain costs, etc.
November 24, 2014
A great idea
It's secure enough to leave house keys, ID card and cell phone tucked away when flying down the highway. It's a low profile bag and looks like it belongs. No one wants to steal the fellow because they have no idea how it is attached. But if I jump in a buddies car, it yanks off without undoing a bunch of little clips, etc. Same with filling the gas tank. A sturdy umph takes it off and rest it on the handle bars. Juice up and go. When not in use I stick it along the side of the tool box parked in the garage.
November 3, 2014
Not quite as described
So my tank bag looks a bit different than the image. Each flap of my tank bag says ICON on it where the image does not show that. The zipper pullers are shown as orange and mine are solid black. and the orange patch on top of the bag is non existent. Nothing in there. The shape of the bag is the same but there are some differences. I read a lot of reviews on this before choosing this bag and since I ride a CBR250R ABS, the tank is small so I didn't want a bag that would be bigger than the tank but since I am a woman, I don't always pack light. But I do need to take my iPad with me. The reviews said they could fit an iPad, clothes, shoes, jacket ETC IN the bag. This is NOT possible. You can roll it up and seal it under the clip on the outside but no way is all that fitting inside the bag. A pair of shoes won't even fit in there unless you are a size 6 or smaller shoe size. My iPad is in an otterbox case. It barely fits. I worry with it will stress the seams but I need to bring the iPad with me. I had to condense what I bring with me, which is fine because I was tired of bringing the backpack but based on the other reviews I just want to clarify. The inside cannot hold a jacket, pants shoes and a shirt. Unless its for a teeny bopper. You can however roll it up and strap it in the buckle area on the top. I have attached a pic of it sealed with the ipad in it and my sandals on the outside as well as internal pictures. I like it, I just wish it was a tad roomier on the inside.
August 21, 2014
This tank bag has done everything that I want and more. Very versatile and a low profile.
June 9, 2014
this bag is great. The bag is on the smaller side and fits on the tank really nice. But it also has very adequate internal space. the bag can expand. and the pouch on the rear of the bag is large enough to fit both my wallet and the Galaxy Note 2. the mounting straps are perfect size, and there's a little spot on the bottom of the bag to put paper documents. There is also a small coin pouch which comes in handy. I think it's a very well designed bag with super durable material. It also has a very good look to it.
May 19, 2014
Perfect Size - - - Fits Smaller XL 500 tank
Haven't had it long enough to evaluate it on a long ride but, so far, it's everything I expected
May 5, 2014
Perfect Size to Carry My Belongings
Pretty small bag that seem to be made of some pretty decent quality material. I use it to hold my cell phone as I am not allowed to have it on me at work. I also keep other small items in it to include license/registration and small things I might pick up at the store like lunch. Other than that, I think I might be able to get a shirt in there, but that is about it. Magnets are super strong.
December 12, 2013
Spacious bag that doesn't get in the way
This is the perfect size tank bag for me on my Honda CBR600RR. I used straps to install it but it works extremely well with my Victory since it has a metal gas tank that it can attach directly to, instead of a plastic shell on top of a gas tank. It's spacious enough for my clear visor, sun screen, keys, cellphone, and other things I use on a long ride.
December 2, 2013