WPS Adjustable Cargo Net
I am not sure how long these things are supposed to last. I used it on a couple of long rides. I actually had to buy it because I was riding down to revzilla and my helmet ended up being the wrong size and was so annoying I ended up just dropping the money on a new helmet to ride back home in and wanted to make sure it was really secure. Then on my next trip from Brooklyn to Charleston SC in July that is where it ended. The elastic stopped being stretchy and it stayed in the shape that I had it mounted to my bike. Ended up replacing it for my ride back. But I did like the movable hooks so I ended up salvaging them and putting them on another net I had to buy along the way.
August 24, 2015
So far so good.
Works as advertised, no issues. Pretty handy as well.
August 17, 2015
Necessity for every Tour.
This spider bungee is great. Easy to put on and take off. My rack bag strap snapped, so I put this around it and I didn't have any worries for the rest of my 1000 mile weekend.
August 1, 2015
No problems so far
I've used it several times - it's a cheap alternative to a tank bag and I keep it stored under the passenger seat. I use it on my CBR 250R, and hook two corners under the passenger seat (on the helmet holder hook), two on notches near the passenger handles, and the last two corners off the back and attaching to each other just above the wheel. Feels very stable.
July 21, 2015
Perfect for my bike
I have a Suzuki GS500F and there are screws on the bike that are perfect hooks for this cargo net. I keep my high heels under there for when I ride at night but still want to look good when I get off the bike! This cargo net is cheap and works great for me.
July 6, 2015
Good quality and excellent adjustability
Can't speak to durability yet, but overall seems to do just what it needs to. Good product.
June 22, 2015
It's a bungee net - what's better than that
Actually, this is a pretty good one. It has plastic hooks so it doesn't damage the bike finish and the way they're made to easily allow shortening the net is great. I had another brand previously that stretched out in a few months of use, but this one feels much sturdier right out of the box and should last a long time. In the future, I will likely get another one (a different color) so I can use both to hold something down a little more secure and easily be able to separate them.
June 15, 2015
I am amazed that there are so many features to write about on a simple cargo net. First of all, the mesh design is smaller than most other nets. This makes it more secure for smaller items, easier to align for items of all sizes, as well as easier to adjust the hook positions and hook tension.
Adjustable hooks are another nice feature. I now wonder why this is not the norm. I now see no reason why the hooks of a cargo net should be fixed. One does not need them on the same spots in every occasion. The size and shape of the cargo varies so why the hooks should be fixed?
And finally, the sub-hooks! The hooks have sub-hooks that allow even further adjustments and tightening options. I have no doubt that whoever designed this cargo net is a cyclist or motorcyclist. He/she knows what a rider needs when it comes to a cargo net. When buying this one, I was not aware that a simple cargo net could be so feature laden and so well thought-of. I am very happy to have learned.
I cannot comment on durability though. I have no idea on the properties of the plastic material that is used for the ingeniously shaped hooks. I don't know how much tension they would tolerate and how resistant they are to the sun for how long. Only time will tell. However, unless they break or crack unexpectedly soon, I wouldn't buy to a conventional cargo net to replace this one. I mean; if the hooks are durable, there is no replacement for this net IMO.
June 10, 2015