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Joe Rocket Manta XL Tank Bag
  • Joe Rocket Manta XL Tank Bag - Black/Black
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  • Wind and water resistant Rock Tex 680 construction
  • Magnetic mount system
  • Belt buckle guard
  • Quickview smartphone pocket
  • Removable shoulder strap
  • Integrated audio port
  • Hidden rain cover
  • Reflective striping
  • 14"L X 10"W X 7.5"H
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Joe Rocket Manta XL Tank Bag 4.5 5 18 18
Kinda small This bag would have a 5 star review if it was bigger. I bought the xl but I'm a little disappointed how small it is. two 6 inch sandwiches and a bottle of water fill it up. Watching the videos I would swear it was bigger December 29, 2014
Great bag I had purchased another bag which required straps to secure to the bike however, was looking for a good bag that had magnets to hold itself to the tank. This bag is perfect... I was surprised how strong the magnets are and the bag does not move at all when riding. The bag is a little small however, is perfect for carrying my extra items such as glasses, phone, tools, gloves, and extra clothes. The straps make it great for carrying when not on the bike. I ride a Honda Shadow 750 and the bag fits nicely on this bike. November 24, 2014
Great, practical but far from XL Aside from being a lot smaller than thought (will fit a pair of shoes), it is of good construction and build, well-finished, very practical to pull off and take with you on a trip lunch, and will hold a (small) smartphone/gps on the transparent window pocket. November 10, 2014
Worth the Money Quick Summary - A good, sleek looking bag that should match the lines of most sport bikes at a fair price with a quick ZLA turnaround. This bag is a good investment. It will not carry everything that a bookbag obviously can, but it will easily hold, EZPass or like device, garage door opener, cell phone, (Really not much larger than an iPhone in the dedicated case - don't bother with a phablet in that slot) wallet, etc etc. This bag has some strong magnets that provide great functionality and once you take it for a spin, you will be given the piece of mind that this bag is not dancing on the pavement 500 feet once you take off. It comes with a strap if you feel you need it but I have yet to use that since the magnets are plenty stable. Additionally, the strap can be secured in a tiny footprint within the bag for the first few rides until you so how secure the bag is. I have taken this bag on 200 mile rides at sustained 75 MPH without so much as a budge from the magnets. When you need to stop for fuel, the bag comes right off without a problem. Designed quite nicely. Few important details ... I have a larger smart phone, (Samsung Note with extended battery) so I actually use the dedicated cell phone portion to hold my garage door opener. It makes life much easier than a dismount, grab the house keys, unlock the door, and go hit the door opener from inside the garage with the bike idling outside. My cell phone just rides in the main pouch. For the sake of the review, I tried other phones. Results basically are that no larger than iPhone. EZ-Pass works from inside the bag. Tested in multiple states EZ-Pass throughout the northeast. Tunnels, Express and normal EZ-Pass tolls work flawlessly from inside the bag. May 7, 2014
Great Day Ride Bag First off, it isn't a huge bag. If you're the type that loves huge tank bags, this may not be the one. That being said, I love it. It looks very good, the magnets are strong, and it has a rain cover that isn't too overly flappy in the wind. The clear phone pocket is a good size, it fits my iPhone 5 with room to spare. I do wish it was easier to run a charger cord to the phone while it was in there, but that's a small nitpick. Other than that, it does what I think a tank bag should- holds the essentials securely, and at a good price. I rated the durability at a 3 simply because I haven't had it long. I don't really abuse tank bags, though, and have no concerns that durability will be a problem here, it appears well-made. April 26, 2014
Exactly what I was looking for. I was looking for a smaller bag that I could use for my normal daily rides and this is a perfect size for that for me. If you're looking for a bag that is going to hold a lot of stuff for a trip then this bag isn't for you. Quality seems good, magnets are strong, and it looks great on the bike. March 10, 2014
Not to shaaby It's OK not what I expected. The Other bag I had (MotoCentric) was a better fit and had more room.. :( August 12, 2013
great bag, a bit small I installed the bag on my 2003 Honda VFR800. I was looking for a medium-sized bag for an upcoming tour, i didn't need a big one since my bike has the factory saddlebags.I liked the streamined styling and it fit well on the VFR's tank with it's raised center section. I checked the dimensions before ordering and it seemed perfect, but when i got it, it seemed a bit on the small side. I don't know why they call it XL...Anyway, it performed well on a 1800 mile roundtrip from Long Island NY to Quebec and back. I used it to carry a tire repair kit, first-aid kit, spare gloves, spare faceshield,a 7-oz bottle of Plexus, microfiber cleaning cloths, tire pressure gauge, small flashlight, camera, and phone . I discarded the enclosed rain cover since it took up quite a bit of space in the front section, and never missed it,, even after riding 30 miles or so in a moderate rain. The magnets stick really well and once installed it never budged. Also, after the trip there was no sign of paint damage from the magnets. The only problem was one broken fabric zipper pull, no big deal. Overall this bag is pretty good, i just wish it was 20% bigger. June 17, 2013
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Colin G: Needed some storage for my phone, wallet and miscellaneous items while riding. Mar 16, 2015
Hank R: A little extra storage that can go with me anywhere! I love it! Jan 31, 2015
Jeff B: Too small. Weird triangular shape didnt fit my gear well. Returned it. May 23, 2014
Imie M: I needed overflow storage for a cross-country trip. I had a small bike so didn't want something huge. Kept my rain gear, helmet/bike cleaner/rag, phone, electronics battery charger, 5-hr energy and a few other little odds & ends in this. The integral rain fly worked perfectly, only if you were using your phone for GPS, the rain fly covers the entire bag. Also, on my bike, I found the angle of the bag didn't allow viewing of the screen during daylight hours because of the reflection. Apr 27, 2014
S F J: Just what I wanted :) Dec 13, 2013
Hilary H: internet reviews Aug 21, 2013
Sebastien M: To visit the whites mountaints in New Hampshire Aug 16, 2013
Andrew S: Fits the odd tank shape on the V-Strom quite well. A bit small, but it works for me and limits how much crap/weight I can pile on my tank. Happy with the function & quality of the product! Aug 9, 2013
A shopper asked: Looking to purchase this bag to use instead of a backpack to and from college classes. Will it hold 2 college size textbooks and a notebook? I ride a 2013 Ducati Streetfighter 848.

Nov 19, 2013
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Tobey L: That would probably be a stretch. I don't believe this bag would be accommodating. Even if it all did fit it would not stay on the bike because the bag would be full and flat sitting on a rounded surface. Smaller items and soft items work fine but you should probably go with something a bit larger. Nov 19, 2013
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Imie M: Unfortunately, given its tapered front, it's too narrow for even a singletext book. I just tried two different textbooks in mine to make sure and neither came close to fitting. Nov 19, 2013
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Andrew S: Best guess: probably a little small for that. It's kind of an "essentials" size, looks proportional on a street machine, but a little short on utility. Nov 19, 2013
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Brett G: No, unless they're small textbooks for an English class or something. The bag is roughly wide enough fit a pair of shoes. Nov 19, 2013
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David M: No it is too small and you will not be able to fit it in. Look at a MotoCentric bag. This one is way too small. Nov 19, 2013
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Yves P: I don't think it would, i would suggest an Ogio or Bobblbee backpack. Nov 19, 2013
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John P: While this is a great bag - it will not hold 2 college textbooks. Nov 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will the cellphone pocket fit an iphone 5? Feb 13, 2014
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Imie M: Not sure of the exact dimensions of your phone but my Samsung Galaxy S3 with a hard case just fit in the cell phone pouch. While it was great for viewing in hours of darkness (particularly when using GPS) I found the angle of the bag on my bike relative to my riding position caused excessive glare off the clear plastic top on the pouch during daylight hours, preventing viewing of the phone unless practically standing on the pegs...less than optimal riding position to say the least. I found the phone got really hot in the sun as well, leading to more rapid battery loss which would prompt me to charge it, further heating it and, well, you get the gist. That was on a long, muli-day cross country ride though. On shorter trips, commuting and such, it didn't seem to have long enough to heat excessively. Feb 19, 2014
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Lyn R: Yes, for sure it will fit IPhone, I have a larger Sony and it fits great. Feb 19, 2014
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Anthony L: I have the iPhone 6 (not Plus) and it will fit on its own. It would not with with the thick case I usually keep on it. The corners of the pocket are a bit too rounded. Without the case, the zipper closes fine. I can use the screen through the pocket window. I would however recommend something behind the phone in the pocket to push the phone close to the clear plastic. Mar 25, 2015
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Simon A: Yes the iPhone 5 fits fine. Feb 18, 2014
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Tyler F: Yes, excellently! Feb 18, 2014
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Robert S: Yes. Feb 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: will this tank bag work on a triumph 2014 scrambler (off set gas cap)?? Jun 14, 2014
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Lyn R: If your tank is metal it will work I would think. It's got strong magnets to hold it.on. Jun 16, 2014
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