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Cortech Super 2.0 18-Liter Magnetic Tank Bag
The Cortech Super 2.0 18L Tank Bag is perfect for trips around town or across state lines. The expandable main compartment has a two toned interior. Constructed from 1680D ballistic polyester and 1800D three-lined twill Jacquard fabric, with a handy carry handle or built-in, hidden backpack straps. The Cortech Super 2.0 18 Liter Tank Bag has everything you need to haul your stuff with you.
- 1680 denier ballistic polyester and 1800 denier three-lined twill Jacquard construction
- Protective non-slip, non-scratch diamond pattern mounting base
- Expandable main compartment increases bag storage capacity
- Locking zipper pull on expansion zipper
- One-way zipper on main compartment with a zipper garage for concealment
- Top flap internal organizer and soft lining
- Hideaway backpack straps
- Removable and replaceable snapped map pocket
- Hidden external pocket for eyeglasses/miscellaneous
- Phoslite reflective piping
- Two built-in sip tube/headphone exit ports
- Integrated stowaway rain cover, with clear window included
- Two-tone red and black soft lining interior
- Two-tone red and black soft lining shield pouch included
- Also available in a strap mounted version
- Water bladder holder included
- 16”L x 11”W x 7.5”H
- Expands to 16"L x 11"W x 10.5"H
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To my surprise, an iPhone touch screen can even be used THROUGH the map pocket's translucent screen. No longer have any need for a GPS or similar bar-mounted navigation device.
The extra straps, well organized interior, ability to expand, and attention to detail in the construction are just excellent cherries on top.
If you are trying to decide between the 12L bag and the 18L bag, you should go for the 18L. It is equal in size to the 12L but is able to expand a significant amount. This means that it remains as compact as the 12L when you need it to, but always gives you the option of having significantly more storage space.
My first bag, the Wolfman Rainier tank bag, I purchased in March of this year. That bag was a strap-on. I mention this as it plays a part in my review below. Also, I ride a 2015 Triumph Daytona 675R - so a supersport bike.
I purchased this Cortech Super 2.0 18L tank bag due to the reviews and because it was a magnetic tank bag.
- Nice finish
- Even when empty, maintains its shape and looks sporty
- incudes a padded sleeve to hold a second faceshield (I always wear tinted, so nice that I can store a clear visor for night/rain/cloudy scenarios)
- EASY-ON and EASY-OFF - I didn't think this would be that big a deal to me, but it's actually very nice (of course any magnetic tank bag would do the same - but still, it's a positive). To contrast, with my Wolfman Rainier I had to attach straps to my bike to which the strap-on bag would attach. When not using the tankbag I had to purchase a stretchy "x-strap" that would hold down the bike-attached straps or otherwise I would have to deal with them flapping about. I lost my "x-strap" recently and it was that which precipitated me purchasing this Cortech bag. I purchased a strap-on bag because I had been warned that a magnetic bag would greatly increase the risk of damage to my finish on my fuel tank. What I found instead was that the strap-on Wolfman Rainier messed up my finish due to the straps rubbing. :-( Only time will tell, but so far I am not seeing any reason to fear that this Cortech bag will scratch my finish. (but I would have said the same about the Wolfman only 3 days into owning it)
- The built-in handle is very nice. The one on my Wolfman Rainier became very stretched out. This one is tight and it looks to me that the way it is made that it will stay tight.
- The backpack feature was a must for me. The Wolfman Rainier backpack solution was a joke. They sell an extremely overpriced nylon strap solution and it was always slipping off my shoulders. Also, for multiple other reasons, the whole thing just didn't work really - it was clearly an afterthought solution. On the other hand, this Cortech bag is very nice. I was initially worried about the built-in straps. I worried that they would bunch up when tucked away, preventing good contact between magnets and fuel tank, and I also worried that they too would slip off my shoulders. While I think even Cortech would admit that this is not on par with top-level dedicated backpacks (in term of strap padding, and overall comfort, I have found this bag to be VERY GOOD when used as a backpack. None of my fears have been realized, and it has been a joy to move from tankbag to backpack and back again.
- The expansion solution works very nice and it is tucked away when not needed (as compared to my Rainier where I was always grabbing the expansion zipper rather than the zipper to open the main compartment).
- The zippers have these little cubbyholes (not sure what the real term is) for when they are zipped up. This, I gather, is so that they do not flap about. But, those cubbyholes were designed too tightly and it takes too long to get the zipper tucked into them (and so I don't bother). Perhaps they will loosen up over time, but I suspect not.
- The key solution located within the main compartment is, I think, useless. The plastic "hook" is difficult to use, and even if you attach your keys they simply flop around in the main compartment - just on a tether. The main compartment is not so large that I can imagine keys getting lost. Perhaps some will find value in it, I just think it needs to be rethought or removed.
The two cons I raised are slightly irritating, but in no significant way do they detract from my enjoyment of this bag.
Very pleased owner.
over 2 years ago
The same cannot be said for the strap version, which I also have (da** BMW plastic tank covers#. No matter how tight you pull the straps, the bag flops around even with a light load, but the same can be said about every other strap bag I've tried #a bunch). If you have a metal tank and don't need a map window, grab this bag. Otherwise, pass.
-Magnets work well on my bike (when the bag is not overloaded). I ride a 2007 Kawasaki Ninja 650r. I've ridden on highways and side roads and the bag stays where it lays.
-A fair amount of capacity. I can fit my bike cover and cram in 2 chain cleaning/lube bottles.
-Seems to be very durable construction. Nothing cheap about it.
-The backpack feature is pretty cool. I haven't used it much but I can see how it would be useful (it's not just a gimmick).
-Although it is nice to have the option of expanding the capacity from 12 to 18L, in practice it doesn't work so well because the side flaps, containing some of the magnets, don't have enough contact with the tank for a good connection. Thus, it's not possible to use all 18L of space. If Cortech had just made the flaps a little longer maybe this problem could have been avoided.
-The map case is OK, and I've definitely used it, but you have to fold up the map quite tightly to get it to fit.
-I think the bang for the buck of this bag is OK, but I think that $125 is a little steep considering that Cortech sells the Cortech Super 2.0 Saddlebags for a little over $140.
Definitely a good little tank bag. Solid construction and magnets work well as long as the bag isn't stuffed to capacity, in which case the bag may shift a little. If your in the market for a tank bag which has decent capacity and is easy to take on and off, then this bag will work well. If your just concerned about the amount of storage, I would look at the Cortech Super 2.0 Saddlebags which are only about $10 more expensive, has more storage, and definitely better bang for buck.
I did go on a 650-mile trip up the coast with it expanded to carry all sorts of things and was never worried about it falling off while riding. Even tall, it didn't obscure vision to gages. It also provided a nice place to rest my left hand on some stretches of the road
Easy to put on and peel off, though not necessarily straight (Usually I would notice that I had put it on 5-10° angled to the left because my handlebars were always full-left when I was trying to put the bike on.)
Fits great on a Kawasaki EX500
It comes with a visor protector that works great. Zippers all have a great feel and tuck in to a "zipper garage" so they won't flap around. The overall quality of this bag seems very solid. I won't be needing another for years to come. Highly recommend.
The magnetic attachment works great and the hidden backpack straps is a nice touch especially if you are placing a camera or video in it for sight seeing. Allows you to make it double as a camera bag.
All in all great bag and quality made. I would highly recommend it. Oh, and not so tall that it feels like it is in your face while you are riding either.
Secondly, it's hard to tell how large is it from the pictures but could you fit a pair of running shoes and a set of spare clothes and probably a tumbler in it? I'm interested in carrying my gym outfit and clothes in it so preferably if everything can fit it that would be good. Thanks
The bag expands quite a bit from what you see in the picture. You can get 6 bottles of beer in it or your shoes and other kit. Your choice. I have the magnetic version, which is excellent.
My only complaint with the product is the access to the map pouch is so narrow that the map pouch is virtually useless because you cannot get a map in without damaging the map.
I am looking for a way to carry a passenger helmet on my Kawasaki. I know some tail bag could be expanded to store a helmet, but after i pick up the passenger, there will be no place for the tail bag itself....
Thanks for the help, and if possible, please recommend any product that will accommodate my purpose.
This bag is very nice. I bought two of them. I use it for school and fill it with textbooks fully expanded. Even in that situation is has minimal movement at the top (lots of weight high up). It has never moved or slipped at the base. No problems with marring the finish on the tank (rubberized base). Turns into a backpack which is awesome.