As a cruiser columnist who’s consistently moving, I’m keeping watch for an advantageous method to convey my basics on a bike. Previously, I’ve dealt with knapsacks however it’s whenever I’ve originally evaluated a tank pack and, similar to a speedy access apparatus, it absolutely makes life simpler.
The Rynox Navigator is their littlest tank sack that has been intended to convey a couple of day-by-day fundamentals to say the very least. Freight volume, henceforth, is a quite fair 15 liters. That is sufficient to hold my telephone, wallet, an extra T-shirt, and a foldable downpour coat. There’s a clever Velcro circle on the underside of the top that can be utilized as an extra/house key holder.
Beneath this are two freight nets for conveying odds and ends. Two side pockets, adequately enormous to hold papers, make up the remainder of the capacity alternatives. The 2021 model likewise improves strength and puller tabs for usability.
The mounting framework is quite straightforward. Three monopole magnets at the base append the sack solidly to a bicycle’s metal gas tank. In the event that you don’t have a metal gas tank, there are lashes to hold the pack set up. Another rubber-treated PU material guarantees the paintwork isn’t harmed or scratched. I, be that as it may, make it a training to wipe the tank and the foundation of the pack with a microfibre fabric, for added genuine feelings of serenity.
All through a 2,400km full circle, in a stormy climate, and on pitted streets, the pack remained on safely. Rynox recommends utilizing the provided fast delivery ties notwithstanding the magnets when mounting a completely stacked tank pack. In any case, I never wanted to utilize them.
Talking about lashes, the 2021 Navigator gets an extra arrangement of these alongside connected D-rings to mount it as a tail sack. Having given this a shot a Triumph Trident (that has a plastic tank cover) the sack sits safely. Likewise, the separable shoulder ties permit you to change over the tank sack into a sling pack, making it advantageous to take the pack once you’re away from the bicycle.
The provided downpour cover functions true to form to keep your things dry in a storm, albeit the external surface of the pack got clammy. One more highlight recall is that, when the downpour cover is on, you can’t utilize the straightforward cell phone screen to see Google Maps. Perhaps the following emphasis could do with an unmistakable screen on the downpour cover.
In general, the Navigator is a serious clever approach to hauling your stuff around at a truly sensible cost. As far as I might be concerned, the comfort of getting to anything rapidly, even with gloved hands is the thing that gets it done.