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LUHA-002

Handlebar Bag (Large)

The Most Important Things on the Handlebars

Sometimes when riding a motorbike, especially an Enduro, you really only want to have the bare essentials with you - but you want to have them within easy reach at all times. A tank bag is sometimes too big or simply doesn't fit on the bike. But where to put your smartphone, house keys, wallet, etc.? That's where the Handlebar Bag comes in. With its innovative fastening clamp, it fits almost every handlebar (22, 28, and 32 mm diameter). Firmly fixed to the handlebars the handlebar bag is secure against theft and ensures a secure fit for heavy off-road use.

A smartphone (up to a size of 18 x 9 x 0.8 cm) can be slid into the bag from the inside of the lid and can be used as a navigation device while riding.

Of course as with all our products the Enduristan Handlebar Bag is waterproof keeping your things 100% protected from rain, dust, and sand.

FEATURES

  • Water, mud, snow and dustproof
  • Red inner liner for high visibility
  • Mesh pockets under cover with Velcro lock
  • Waterproof cable ducts to the main compartment and smartphone pocket
  • 2 elastic pen holder
  • Various holding loops
  • Removable smartphone pocket

SPECIFICATIONS

Volume  1.3 liters
Height 7 cm
Handlebar diameter 22 / 28 / 32 mm
Width 11 cm
Weight 0.35 kg
Length 19 cm

 

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 6 reviews
    33%
    (2)
    33%
    (2)
    17%
    (1)
    17%
    (1)
    0%
    (0)
    T
    Thomas P
    I like it

    Overall I have grown to like the bag, initially I thought it was too small. Problem was me however, I just expected to carry too much stuff. When I got realistic about what I could put in the bag it works fine. I fit my wallet, watch, pocket knife, USB charge cable, pencil type tire pressure gauge, reading glasses, and a spare 6 round mag, plus some extra earpro. It's snug but it fits.
    The reason I dinged it with only 4 stars is the phone case has a charge cable hole in it, but unless I'm missing something. As it appears to me, the phone can't be charged while in the provided case/pouch. My current phone is a iPhone 14 plus with a slim drop case installed. It fully fills the pouch.

    T
    Tom Keith
    awesomeness

    Fantastic product. Perfect for my adventure bike, dual sport and cruiser. Securely and safely holds what I need it to and its really convenient. Well made, great materials, and easy to use.

    K
    Ken Pittman
    Well built but not the most functional

    It seems Enduristan focused more on waterproofing than functionality!
    Unzipping the handlebar bag with one hand is not possible. For my needs, accessing glasses or items in bag while riding is the goal and this isnt easily done with this product.
    Also the clear velcro phone sheath doubles as a mirror that shines a face melting beam of solar energy to your face, super cool idea but one that doesnt work well for me.
    Cool company though and I hope you thrive. (I bought two of these, one for my 950 and one for my Desert X)

    J
    James Ridge
    LG handlebar bag

    I really like the positive connection to handlebar that keep the bag secured and not rubbing my tank and shifting around. Waterproof zipper is a little bit stiff but , it’s waterproof, so that’s good. Very clean view of TFT screen as well. Very nice bit of kit Enduristan.

    j
    jason mccullough
    Meh

    The bag is nice but:
    - mounting brakets are two think and interfere with under mounted steering stabilizer. Had to use zip ties instead.
    - bag has not stiffness, which makes using the zipper a pain in the... as the bags perifery collapses on itself when zipping it close, so requires two hands.
    - zipper starts and ends behind the bag, which makes it somewhat difficult to access and forget about it while riding.

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 6 reviews
    33%
    (2)
    33%
    (2)
    17%
    (1)
    17%
    (1)
    0%
    (0)
    T
    Thomas P
    I like it

    Overall I have grown to like the bag, initially I thought it was too small. Problem was me however, I just expected to carry too much stuff. When I got realistic about what I could put in the bag it works fine. I fit my wallet, watch, pocket knife, USB charge cable, pencil type tire pressure gauge, reading glasses, and a spare 6 round mag, plus some extra earpro. It's snug but it fits.
    The reason I dinged it with only 4 stars is the phone case has a charge cable hole in it, but unless I'm missing something. As it appears to me, the phone can't be charged while in the provided case/pouch. My current phone is a iPhone 14 plus with a slim drop case installed. It fully fills the pouch.

    T
    Tom Keith
    awesomeness

    Fantastic product. Perfect for my adventure bike, dual sport and cruiser. Securely and safely holds what I need it to and its really convenient. Well made, great materials, and easy to use.

    K
    Ken Pittman
    Well built but not the most functional

    It seems Enduristan focused more on waterproofing than functionality!
    Unzipping the handlebar bag with one hand is not possible. For my needs, accessing glasses or items in bag while riding is the goal and this isnt easily done with this product.
    Also the clear velcro phone sheath doubles as a mirror that shines a face melting beam of solar energy to your face, super cool idea but one that doesnt work well for me.
    Cool company though and I hope you thrive. (I bought two of these, one for my 950 and one for my Desert X)

    J
    James Ridge
    LG handlebar bag

    I really like the positive connection to handlebar that keep the bag secured and not rubbing my tank and shifting around. Waterproof zipper is a little bit stiff but , it’s waterproof, so that’s good. Very clean view of TFT screen as well. Very nice bit of kit Enduristan.

    j
    jason mccullough
    Meh

    The bag is nice but:
    - mounting brakets are two think and interfere with under mounted steering stabilizer. Had to use zip ties instead.
    - bag has not stiffness, which makes using the zipper a pain in the... as the bags perifery collapses on itself when zipping it close, so requires two hands.
    - zipper starts and ends behind the bag, which makes it somewhat difficult to access and forget about it while riding.

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