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Givi 3D603 Tanklock Tankbag

The GIVI Tanklock System eliminates the need for straps and magnets, and it's specially welcomed on all those motorcycles with a plastic tank. A sturdy polypropylene retaining ring is mounted to the frame of the gas cap on the tank, and the bag is locked in position by the patented quick release mechanism. The operation is extremely quick: just drop the bag in place to lock it and pull the red spring loaded tab to release it.

The gas cap remains easily accessible to fill-up at the gas station and the positioning of most bags is adjustable by moving the whole mount back or forward on the base plate.


  • Thermoformed in EVA laminated Polyester 1000D
  • Semi rigid structure with full loading capacity, lightness, and an aerodynamic and sportive design
  • Removable cover to protect the smart phone window holder when unused
  • Waterproof cover
  • Shoulder strap
  • Internal pocket to carry a smart phone
  • Reflective parts
  • 4L capacity
  • Previously called the TPH02 
  • 270mm L x 240mm W x 180mm H (10.6" L x 9.5" W x 7.1" H)

Note: The Easylock fitting system requires a Givi Bike Specific Flange (sold separately). Power hub sold separately.

Bang For The Buck
4.2 / 5
3.2 / 5
4.5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4.8 / 5
Fit & Finish
4.3 / 5

Fitment Notes & Exceptions

  • Tank and handlebar clearance must be checked prior to ordering. Tank shape and gas cap position will affect how the tank bag will fit on your bike.
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Givi 3D603 Tanklock Tank Bag: good value, quality, and functionality
In the past I swore by magnetic type tank bags of varying sizes. It was nice to have my wallet, glasses, etc. all available in an easy-to-transport carrier. Backpack? Forget it: not my thing. After getting into more of a sport/adventure touring mode with my Ducati Multistrada, I simply stopped using a tank bag for a while. I made do with the other luggage and the pockets on my jacket. But while planning a 5-day trip through Arizona and Utah I started thinking about the practicality of a tank bag. I'd be stopping to take pictures during some of the scenic portions, and a camera accessible while seated on the bike would be nice. I did my research, and boiled down my preferences to either a small competitors' tank lock bag, or the small, Givi bag. After having read and digested every review I could find, I bought the Givi. Here are my reasons for choosing the Givi:
1. Slightly better tank lock system. The bag uses a lever system to release it from its lock, rather than a pull cable.
2. Thermoformed construction. Unlike ballistic nylon bags, the Givi is thermoformed, allowing it to retain its shape. This permits a bit more protection than a softer tankbag.
3. Size. The bag is small but can hold a wallet, keys, a cell phone, a camera, some protein bars, and perhaps a small water bottle. it has a nice little area for your sunglasses too, and a mesh upper pouch to hold the included rain cover. Nice touch, Givi.
4. Phone window. the phone window at the top will hold a phone as big as a Galaxy S5, although that's about its limit. A nice feature if you want to see who's calling you or if you use your phone as a GPS device. The bag also comes with a fabric cover for the window if you don't want to use it.
5. Value. Givi makes its own luggage, as well as the luggage for manufacturers like Honda and Ducati. Despite this pedigree, the price of the bag was cheaper than the other tank lock brand out there.
6. Function. The bag is much lighter and easier to use than a strapped bag or magnetic bag. The magnetic bags are heavy and cumbersome. The magnets can attract bits of metal that can scratch your tank. The strapped bags require you to unclip the bag from several mounting points every time you need gas. The Givi system lets you take the bag with a single motion and it locks back on with a nice firm "click." Super easy. I won't go back.
7. Build Quality. The build of the bag is an interesting tradeoff. While the thermoform construction will likely provide more protection against light pressure, knocks, and drops, I can't say it would be the best application for hard abuse. I suspect you would crush it if you stepped on it or applied more than moderate force. That said, I like the idea of the moderate protection the thermoform provides against normal daily bumps and knocks, I can see getting several years of use out of the bag without tear or abrasion. That said, the material is not as rugged as high denier nylon. If you are a true adventure rider, a regular fire road user, or are simply rough with luggage, this bag will probably not be durable enough for you.
How Does it Sit on the Bike? Its pretty good, even on a bike with a high tank/low seat. It does not sit too high, although the tank lock system "perches" the bag on the tank a bit higher than a strapped or magnetic mounted bag. That said, the bag doesn't hide the gauges from me, and I'm not very tall. I plan on mounting a GPS unit on my triple clamp, and I think I'll be able to see the GPS with the bag in place. Interesting observation: in photos the bag appears bigger than it is when mounted, so don't be alarmed.
Overall impressions: The bag is best used for commuting or sport touring. It is very easy to remove from bike. Solid, well-designed mounting. Good, functional pockets. Easy, quick access to camera, phone, and wallet. Light and easy to transport. If you want rough and tumble, tear proof fabric, and aren't concerned with a refined look, you might want to go with another choice without thermoform and more rugged nylon. If you spend your time commuting, sport touring, or simply want something a bit more refined looking, with a bit more "crush" protection for daily use, this Givi is the way to go.
May 19, 2014
2009 Suzuki GSX-R750
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
4 / 5
Akward fitment on sportbikes, but nice product!
I did not purchase this at Revzilla, but I hope this helps anyone curious about fitment on sportbikes(2012 R1). As soon as this was installed, I quickly found out that in its current position it would most definitely not work for me. My arms were fully locked and shoulders had to arc in for me to reach the clip on's without smashing the bag in. I am 6', 208 lbs, no gut.
The bag itself is very sturdy and we'll made. The quick mounting system is also an awesome idea. It floats the bag above any paint on your tank, and is quick on and off . I really wanted this to work...
So I fabricated a bracket to relocate the mount forward of the gas cap, and also sink it lower by about 3/4". The final placement is perfect! I throw my hat, keys, phone, flashlight, leatherman, sometimes lunch, and my insurance/registration in it when riding. Plus, by relocating the bag, I can refuel without needing to remove the bag!

Bottom Line: Awesome product, but beware of its limitations on sportbikes.
April 5, 2016
2012 Yamaha YZF-R1
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
4 / 5
Nice Little Glove Box
I bought this for my F700GS. I wanted a bag for the tank that would serve the same way a glove box in a car does; for maps, the camera, maybe a spare pair of gloves. The requirements were as follows: Quick release, clear "map pocket" on top, not too big.

In the past I've had a magnetic tank bag that worked wonderfully on my old R100GS and a TransAlp, but it was stolen off the TA when I ran into a pet store to grab something for my dog. I also had a very nice Ducati Performance tank bag where the base strapped onto the bike and the bag zipped on and off of it, also allowing access to the gas cap without having to unstrap the base. But I had modified it to make it fit as cleanly as possible to the Monster S2R I was riding, and I let it go with the bike when I sold it.

The F700GS has a plastic "tank", so a magnetic bag was out of the question. Most of the strap bags are very large, and I didn't want to go with straps again anyway. That kind of cut the list down to Givi, which was fine with me since their bags seem to be well-respected (this is my first Givi product ever).

So far so good. The installation couldn't be easier, and the fit and finish are both very nice. At first I was worried that the bag might sit up a little too high and back too far to be comfortable, but I don't even see or feel it when I'm sitting on the bike. I have to look down to see it at all; it doesn't interfere with the controls or seeing the instruments in any way. On a sport bike it might get in the way of a really tight tuck, but on the GS it's just about perfect. My chest rests lightly against it in about the most extreme tuck I would ever be likely to take on this bike, although, admittedly, I don't tend to tuck that much at all. She's a dual sport, and I ride her that way.

The interior compartmentalization is nice, with a divider for sunglasses and other stuff (the divider comes out), plus the top pocket. I'm an old-school non-GPS guy who prefers to get good and "lost" before the map comes out, but occasionally I need written directions to somewhere specific, and that little window intended for an iPhone is great for that. I would not have bought the bag without it.

The only "improvement" I would suggest is that it would be nice to have a totally soft option. The rigidity is nice, but I also wonder how it will hold up over the long haul. It seems that a good shot or two, or a drop, might do it some damage. But only time will tell.

Once nice advantage to this system is that the next Givi bag, if there is one, will just lock onto the same plate on the tank right out of the bag. I don't know that I will ever put a bigger tank bag on this bike, but at least the option is there. And you never know. They may come out with a soft version of the same bag.
February 9, 2015
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
4 / 5
Great tank bag for Versys
Givi ring attachment system works very well. Fits my Versys great. Sometimes wish for more space but great for daily riding to store visor and some water. Smart phone holder does not transmit finger touches to phone through clear plastic film. It is for display only so you'll have to remove phone from bag every time you wish to enter new GPS info.
April 9, 2016
2010 Kawasaki Versys 650
Awesome tank bag
Fits my Multistrada 1200 perfectly. Easy install of the BF11 adapter and the bag mechanism works exceptionally well. Very solid and very convenient at the pump. Small, although perfect for all the little stuff. Iphone 4S fits perfectly as long as your phone protective case is not overly big at the edges. I intend to get a more sleek protective cover for my phone and it'll fit fine. View of the Iphone for GPS purposes is a glance down depending upon your helmet. Acceptable but not ideal.
Great smaller tank bag. Well constructed.
September 3, 2013
2012 Ducati Multistrada 1200
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
5 / 5
Perfect for my Needs
I searched hi and low for a Tanklock Tankbag that was not huge and had a space for my smartphone. (Galaxy S5) The Givi 3D603 fit the bill perfectly. It is well made, doesn't inhibit my view (installed on a 2015 R1200RT) and doesn't hit my chest while riding. The phone sleeve is perfect as well.

The only modifications I would like to see would be a preset place to run electric (no biggie, I'll just make a small incision) and for it to be waterproof so I don't have to fool with the cover. I'd gladly pay a little more to have these modifications...especially the waterproof feature.

All in all, a great product from the best online motorcycle product company in the world. Keep it up Revzilla!
June 25, 2015
1 year ago
2015 BMW R1200RT
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Nice bag
Great little bag, really like the tanklock feature. Its nice to have a place to carry extra gloves for changing weather, camera, sunglasses, ball cap, garage door opener, whatever.

Two drawbacks though,
1st, it was huge oversight to not make the bag lockable to the bike. Anywhere you go, you have to remove the bag and carry it with you.
2nd, Its a little too tall. If you like to tuck on your sport bike, it does get in the way. I would love to see Givi make this an expandable bag with the ability to compress the height down to about half of what it is.

Still like the bag though, and would buy it again.
March 15, 2014
2008 Honda VFR800A Interceptor ABS
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
5 / 5
Perfect size
I put this on my 2015 Triumph Street Triple and love it. I was worried it looked a little small in the pictures/videos but actually I am glad it isn't any bigger. I don't bump into it at all during normal city riding/commuting. I have yet to do a canyon ride with it but I am sure my arms will rub on it a little.

The bag is big enough to fit a 20oz drink bottle inside (with the glasses container inside also and still lots of room. So plenty big for throwing some snacks and a drink in with your phone and glasses also.

Install took about 5 minutes. (It will only use 4 of the 5 screws they send)

My 2015 Triumph Street Triple used the BF02 Tanklock flange.
April 7, 2016
1981 Yamaha XS850
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
5 / 5
Ease of install
I bought this bag for two reasons, the phone holder and the ease of installing it on the bike with the Tank lock System. One negative is that Givi apparently doesn't know that it's Tank Ring fits a lot of bikes. If you look at their website or call customer support they'll tell you they don't have a ring that fits the KTM Superduke 1290. Well, the BF-11 fits the KTM, the Ducati Multistrada and BMW K1200GT. I know this because I’ve installed it on all of these bikes and it works like a champ. I love being able to install the tank ring on all of my bikes and move the bag back and forth. In fact, since this bag is pretty small I ended up also buying the 3D604 bag which is larger. I’m going on a 1400-mile trip tomorrow so I’ll see how this tank bag holds up.
August 23, 2016
9 months ago
2015 KTM 1290 Super Duke R
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
5 / 5
Quick release feature makes bag versatile.
Love the quick release feature making it eaasy to remove & lock in top box.
Combined cost of bag & tank lock makes it pricey.
Excellent for those who want a bag that is not too large.
January 19, 2015
2014 BMW F700GS
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Why did you choose this?
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Givi quality, looks, functionality and price. And it fits all that I need to have at my fingertips.
WayneInHouston on Apr 17, 2017
Easy on and off at gas stops and well thought out layout are very good.
Steve C on Mar 30, 2017
Givi quality, looks, functionality and price. And it fits all that I need to have at my fingertips.
WayneInHouston on Apr 17, 2017
practical and quality
Douggie on Apr 12, 2017
Easy on and off at gas stops and well thought out layout are very good.
Steve C on Mar 30, 2017
I liked the size and the look. I also went with Givi to match my other luggage.
Carl N on Mar 27, 2017
Ease of use
Eric P on Mar 19, 2017
Good fit and finish
William J on Mar 3, 2017
Great small bag...fits all my needs except a spare visor.
mark s on Feb 25, 2017
This looks to be just what I need on my K1300GT. Don't need a monster bag in front of me, just a nice place to hold acessories like glasses, wallet and a couple of phones while on the ride. Will update with how well it works out when I get a few miles on it.
Brian L on Oct 22, 2016
Right size for what I want to keep handy on the road.
Bob R on Oct 17, 2016
Nice design
P R on Oct 12, 2016
Nice size bag for small items.
Stephen P on Sep 2, 2016
Perfect fit ont he tank of my 2013 F800 GS and allows me to take lots of little stuff without carrying a bag or putting on panniers
Jacob L on Aug 30, 2016
I wanted a small bag to hold small items, wallet, glasses, phone, satellite radio, EDC "item" within easy reach and I did not want it to scratch my tank.
Richard B on Aug 27, 2016
I got this for my R1200R to use around town. It's convenient, solid, and feels high quality. I think it also matches the lines of the bike very well.
Hector T on Aug 23, 2016
Selected this bag because of the tank lock feature and it's right sized for day trips. Like the compartment separation feature and netting on underside of lid.
T N on Aug 11, 2016
Cell phone holder thats visible.
rspec on Aug 10, 2016
Wanted a smaller tank bag than what triumph offered
Mark S on Aug 1, 2016
New bike and old tank bag does not fit.
Bertil A on Jul 12, 2016
Givi reputation and reviews of product.
Richard R on Jul 5, 2016
Convenience and moving the bag Back-and-forth between two bikes with compatible mounting system
william H on Jun 24, 2016
Size, construction ease of use, safety
David W on Jun 15, 2016
Love this tank bag. Simple, yet perfect for wallet, sunglasses, and phone storage. Easy on and off makes carrying valuables with you off the bike.
Kenneth L on Jun 5, 2016
Small size, and ease of attaching to bike. This is my second GIVI bag.
Scott H on May 14, 2016
Recommended by a friend with this same tank bag.
Don M on May 13, 2016
Solid quality, fits my needs for small a tank bag. No magnets or straps. Suzuki Bandit 1250 2007 (street fighter mods)
Hazeb on May 9, 2016
Jason M on May 4, 2016
Looks awesome in person. Neat texture. I like the sun glass partition with zippered inner section. Not too small, not too large or tall. Looks good on r1200rt.
bmwbrunner on Apr 29, 2016
Superior design and quality. Small, but large enough to hold the essentials.
GSArider G on Apr 18, 2016
Great reviews, good price, and would suit my needs for extra storage.
Leon G on Apr 17, 2016
seems low profile enough for my bike..
Cody S on Apr 5, 2016
Saw the bag at a rally, it's what I was looking for on a small bike
W L on Mar 30, 2016
Awesome tankbag. No magnets to scratch your paint, and solid mount. Keeps all my essentials secure during my ride!
Jeffrey B on Mar 26, 2016
Ideal Tankbag to carry all the necesary stuff on a short or long trip. Easy to put on & put out of the tank.
Eduardo M on Mar 18, 2016
Needed a tank bag for my camera. Didn't want anything with a magnet in it. Works beautifully. Camera fits nicely, just enough room but not too much. Secure and easy.
Stephen H on Feb 21, 2016
Referred from a friend. I purchased my bike second hand and it already has the custom mount for my BMW G650GS installed for this Givi type of Bag so Why NOT jejeje
E D on Feb 9, 2016
Have the larger Givi Tanklock bag and it blocks my view of the instrument panel on my new Versys. This one should work fine.
Strommer on Jan 7, 2016
Great reviews for short day bag
William P on Dec 8, 2015
Wanted something that gave me quick access to the typical small items that an individual finds oneself in need of from time to time. The lower profile of the bag is also nice if you find the need to hunker down on the tank for whatever reason.
Sheff on Nov 27, 2015
Features, quick release without cord, price and brand awareness
Thom A on Nov 25, 2015
carry my personal stuff while going around the city
Esteban C on Nov 20, 2015
I wanted to put a small tank bag up front for small items like gloves, sunglasses, wallet, etc.
Anthony L on Oct 6, 2015
Have several GIVI products, good, well made, products.
R O on Sep 30, 2015
I need this for my next road trip on my new R1100R ! and Revzilla had the best price and Free shipping sealed the deal ! Thanks guy's, and gal's ?
StraightShooter62 on Aug 26, 2015
perfect size to put the things I use regularly right at my finger tips. This is a perfect sized "tank" bag in my opinion. I use it both on the F800GT and the R1200RT...wonderful. This is a part I'd rather not do without.
F800GTDriver on Aug 17, 2015
I like the Ducati version my buddy has
Dan M on Jul 18, 2015
it fits
malcolm m on Jul 1, 2015
excellent application..
S K on Jun 12, 2015
To carry my iphone 6 insurance and Identification while riding. I am using my iphone 6 as GPS source and communication at present time
Stella S on Jun 10, 2015
The size, it's not to big for my Triumph Tiger 800 XCx, looking for something just for wallet, phone, glasses, EZPASS tag and keys. It's also easy on and off.
William H on May 22, 2015
This is small enough to carry around town when it's not on the bike, but also big enough to hold most of my personal belongings.
Damon V on Apr 30, 2015
practical and quality
Douggie on Apr 12, 2017
I liked the size and the look. I also went with Givi to match my other luggage.
Carl N on Mar 27, 2017
I'd like to a get a Givi tank bag from you for my BMW R1200rt 2007. What mounting ring will I need? I found conflicting info here and on Givi's site.
A shopper on Oct 9, 2015
could you provide the product measurements?
A shopper on Aug 28, 2013
BEST ANSWER: length 11-12", width 10" narrowing to 7" depth 6" tapering to 4"
will a 5 inch smart phone fit in the cell phone area? I have a HTC one m8
A shopper on Aug 8, 2014
BEST ANSWER: An iPhone 5s with a skinny case is about all I'd want to squeeze in there.

It should be noted that, depending on your ride, (1050 Speed Triple in my case), it's bloody dangerous to attempt to look at your phone while riding with this tank bag anyway, since it sits far back on the tank requiring you to pretty much adopt the same stance as you would if you were trying to look at your crotch.

I love the bag, however, and the locking system is amazing and versatile.
Does this come with the charging/connection port for phone? Does iit come with mounting hardware for a ZX14 2008 model?
A shopper on Jul 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No, it doesn't come with a charging/connection port for a phone. A bike specific Tanklock Flange is required and is not included with the bag. The bag does come with a tank lock ring that works with the flange. You have to check the Tanklock Fit Chart (http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/givi-tanklock-bike-specific-flange#fitment_tab) for bike specific applications.
Is there a way to lock the Tanklock onto the tank or can anyone just press the red lever and remove the bag?

Locking the two zippers together isn't really worth much.
A shopper on Apr 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: As with all tank bags, there is no way to lock them to the bike whether it is Givi's Tanklock system or the standard strap system. The advantage to the Givi Tanklock is that it can quickly be removed with a simple press of the lever and reinstalled by placing it back on. The tank lock system also securely keeps the bag in one position and you never have to hassle with adjusting straps.
Can i use it as a backpack or messenger bag? When off the bike.
A shopper on Aug 24, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't use it as a back pack. Its a bot too small for that purpose.I have powerisezed the bag and use it to charge all my electronic devices.
Is there a way to actually lock the Tanklock to the motorcycle or can anyone just come up and press the red lever releasing the bag?
Mark Y on Apr 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: There is no way to lock the Givi tank bag to the bike, i believe the only way too lock this is by purchasing the remote lock / unlock device. Of course you can manually lock with a wire cable lock
hope this helped
Will my iPhone 6 with case fit?
Justin S on Apr 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If your case is close-fitting it will fit. Length is more of an issue than width.
Does this tank-bag have a water resistant "port" to get wires into / out of the bag?
A shopper on Jan 11, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No, it doesn't. I thought about putting a hole in it and using a waterproof grommet. Before I made the hole, I needed to use the bag in the rain. I just ran a USB cord out of the bag through the zipper. I closed the zipper as much as I could with the cord passing through. Not a drop of rain water came through.

I have a windscreen but the bag it fairly water tight in its own right. Hope this helps
Will a real phone like a galaxy note 3 fit in the phone case?
A shopper on Sep 11, 2014
BEST ANSWER: My 5" Google Nexus 5 just barely fits, so I don't think that the Note 3 would.