Bell StowAway Bicycle Seat Bag
Bell StowAway Bicycle Seat Bag
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|Product Length:||5.4 inches|
|Product Width:||4.9 inches|
|Product Height:||4.2 inches|
|Product Weight:||0.3 pounds|
|Package Length:||4.9 inches|
|Package Width:||3.5 inches|
|Package Height:||2.6 inches|
|Package Weight:||0.35 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 94 reviews|
Tail-gate opening allows easy access
Easily mounts to all seat styles and seat posts
Securely holds flat repair tools, keys, phone, cash, etc.
Reflective flasher strap
Weather resistant, durable construction
|Average Customer Review: ( 94 customer reviews )
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34 of 36 found the following review helpful:
Nice bag, good size May 18, 2007
By Dana A. Nuccitelli
I just used the bag for the first time this morning, and here's what I was able to fit inside:
A large cookie
A breakfast bar
A plastic (grocery) bag
A sunblock bottle
My iPod with 2 accessories attached
It was crammed full, but that's quite a bit of stuff. It's not quite large enough to fit a sandwich tupperware, but I think I can fit a sandwich in there as long as it's just in a plastic bag.
The bag attaches easily to the seatpost with a velcro strap, and also has 2 velcro straps on top which can attach to the seat itself. I don't think the bag budged during my 1-hour bikeride even having all that stuff inside. Since it's so easy to attach, I just took the whole bag off and brought it with me after my ride!
29 of 31 found the following review helpful:
Great product May 01, 2006
Although there isn't much behind a good seat-back bag, this is on of the best I have had. There is little trouble mouting it, and the zipper is smooth. It can hold a ton of stuff, and the reflector gives it an extra safety boost. All in all, great buy.
26 of 29 found the following review helpful:
Not so tough May 22, 2007
By M. Allen
Bought this same bag at Walmart. Pleased with the mounting and the space; but the bag only lasted about a month. Majority of rides were through metro at lunch (roads and curbs) plus a couple trails. It has ripped out the stitching along the bottom side and along the top. It was carrying spare tube, patch kit, multi tool, tire levers, keys and c-card/cash.
13 of 14 found the following review helpful:
Fine for lightweight objects Jul 01, 2008
By Mark S. Lo
I bought this bag because it looked like the right size to stow our medium-duty bike lock when my family and I go biking. Unfortunately, the velcro straps could not support that much weight when going over bumpy terrain.
My wife was testing it out and rode over a wooden bridge. On the way off the bridge, one of the straps came loose and the pack came in contact with the rear tire and got abraded pretty badly. She had to re-secure the straps and then ride very carefully for the rest of the trip.
This bag is probably fine for carrying light objects on paved roads, but it wasn't quite up to the task for our needs.
12 of 13 found the following review helpful:
Poor velcro strap design Jun 06, 2008
By To The Point
Most bicycle shop cycling equipment is a total ripoff moneywise when compared to the intrinsic cost of materials and manufacturing. So it's great that Schwinn and Bell make decent cycling equipment for your dollar. But on some items, they could use smarter product designers. This bag is a very good value in regard to size and overall construction, but the mounting straps are lame. I couldn't get the velcro straps to stay attached on my seat rails because they're too short. And I had to uncomfortably squeeze my fingers into a very small space between the rails to attach the straps to their counterpart. But even if they were longer, the design is illogical, and I've wrote Bell about it. A better design would be to have longer straps that meet and attach on the underside of the bag so as to accommodate all types of seats, not underneath and between the seat rails as it is now. So I bought some velcro straps from Home Depot and rigged it myself, and I suggest buyers to do the same. After I did that, I am a happy camper.
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