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Old 03-12-2016, 09:56 AM
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Some of you maybe familiar with lomos waterproof roll top bags, so I'd like to point out that they've brought out a newer/smaller 15ltr tailpack version this week which might be useful to some of you. http://www.ewetsuits.com/acatalog/dr...-tail-bag.html There is some slight confusion over the price atm, as the website says it's 29.99, however the email I got says it's 23
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Sure they're class bits of kit but realistically are they any better than any other similar roll top bags? I've got three Crane branded ones from Aldi and a Mil.com one, all that cost around a tenner and they've done tens of thousands of miles without letting in a drop of water. Only issue I've had with any was when I squeezed the air out of the Mil.com one in Amsterdam and forgot about the foot long pencil I'd packed. That made a slight hole
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Wots wrong wiv bin bags?
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Nowt...... S'long as your not bothered about stuff getting wet
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lomo bags i cannot fault, cheap but just as good as the more expensive stuff, oxford etc. bin everywhere with em. easy to attach to the bike too.
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Old 05-12-2016, 05:26 AM
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not if you used enough of 'em
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Old 05-12-2016, 10:27 AM
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Sure they're class bits of kit but realistically are they any better than any other similar roll top bags? I've got three Crane branded ones from Aldi and a Mil.com one, all that cost around a tenner and they've done tens of thousands of miles without letting in a drop of water. Only issue I've had with any was when I squeezed the air out of the Mil.com one in Amsterdam and forgot about the foot long pencil I'd packed. That made a slight hole
Yep, got to agree ............. I've got three of them too, just cos they are cheap doesn't mean they are naff
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Ok Heavy Duty Garden Bags....Don't say EWT don't give good advise.....
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My lomo bag hasn't let a drop in .
Proper good they are ,
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