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Arundel Tubi Seatbag

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Tubi Seatbag

Designed to fit a single tubular tire but plenty capable of holding a tube, a pump, CO2, or snacks, Arundel's Tubi Seatbag has your butt covered on the road. Made of tough Cordura, it'll withstand all the usual wear and tear and then some. A single strap easily secures it to your seatpost, and a smart leather tab adds protection at the back of the Tubi, so your seatpost won't wear through the bag.

  • Cordura fabric
  • Single seatpost attachment strap
  • Item #ARU0012

Material
Cordura
Mount
seatpost
Closure
zipper
Dimensions
18 x 9.5 x 4.5 cm
Recommended Use
cycling

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 3

It's a nice bag but ...

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Fit:
True to size

... it is not big enough to fit a tubular (sew-up) tire. Believe me I tried, but it's not long enough. Sounds like it works well for inner tubes, etc. Like the velcro strap too though there should be another one on the end so it can attach in two places.

>Rating: 5

Probably the best seat bag I've owned

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I've tried out a lot of seat bags over the years, and this has been the best by far. I don't ride tubulars (no point), so this holds two tubes, a big-ass multi-tool, CO2 chuck w/ 2 cartridges, 2 tire levers, a couple of tire boots, spare chain link, house keys, and still a little extra room if I want (there's 2 side zip compartments for money/license/etc that I haven't used yet). Most importantly, there is no velcro wrapped around the seatpost to chafe my spandex, and the pack sits firmly in place. I've been using it for about a month, and wished I had learned about this bag before now.

>Rating: 5

Love it

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This is a different shape than most bags, which I like a lot. Well made, attaches securely

>Rating: 3

Nice bag, but much larger than needed

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I wish this bag was one-third smaller. Bought this bag to carry one spare tubular tire, CO2 cartridge and inflator head, and a few hex wrenches. I use a relatively small tubular (Tufo Jet 160) as a spare and there is enough room for two of them plus the tools. It holds securely to the seat rails when mounted correctly, which may not be obvious at first; it took me two tries. I wish some one would make a spare tubular bag similar to my old Avocet one that finally came apart at the seams after 30 years. The Avocet bag had a long narrow compartment for the sew-up and then a small separate rectangular compartment with a hood-like closure secured with Velcro. Two straps cinched it securely to the seat rails.

>Rating: 2

Take it for what it's worth

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I bought this bag to fit a larger pump in it. (those dimensions are in CM) With only one mounting point to the saddle rails, it moves all over and is super noisy. the build quality is about what you'd expect for the price. I returned it.

>Rating:

Defective Arundel Tubi Seat Bag

I have used this tubi bag for two weeks and abused it in no way. I was putting a new tire in it last night and the stitching started coming loose around the perimeter. I created a return RMA which stated that I was responsible for return shipping. I wrote customer service rep Dillon Bishop Berry & he confirmed that indeed this is the case. This is very frustrating considering this is a new defective product, and a very short sighted return policy on the part of Dillon Bishop Berry & Competitive Cyclist. Lesson's learned: Mr. Berry is not interested in client retention, and buy from Amazon where return shipping is covered if the product is defective.

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>Rating: 1

Made In China - Very Poor Quality

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I have used this tubi bag for two weeks and abused it in no way. I was putting a new tire in it last night and the stitching started coming loose around the perimeter. I created a return RMA which stated that I was responsible for return shipping. I wrote customer service rep Dillon Bishop Berry & he confirmed that indeed this is the case. This is very frustrating considering this is a new defective product, and a very short sighted return policy on the part of Dillon Bishop Berry & Competitive Cyclist. Lesson's learned: Mr. Berry is not interested in client retention, and buy from Amazon where return shipping is covered if the product is defective.

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thats a shame! i will keep that in mind when making future purchases , if any

Same here. Just received my Tubi bag along with one for my Wife. Her’s fine. I filled the bag with minimal repair goodies and opened one of the nifty side pockets to put a copy of my driver’s license in and the pocket ripped at the seam. Definitely poor stiching. Too bad I really liked this bag’s design. The quality sucks.

>Rating: 5

just awesome

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

i also went through many different bags. I hate carrying too much in my jersey, but also my legs always rubbed any other type of saddle bag except for the thin arrundels, like this one. You can fit a ton in this... i have a tube, 2 CO2s, a mini-pump (lezyne), patch kit, crank tool and mini tool.

>Rating: 5

Lots of room

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

here's what I carry using this bag. I ride clincher. 2- 80mm Tubes, 4- co2 cylinders, tire boot, 2- park tool tire levers, nano- inflator, and a bontrager multi-tool. The leather tab is great, keeps the bag from wearing through. Also, the way the strap attaches the bag, it prevents the rough velcro from tearing up you nice kit. Lots of bags cause premature wear on cycling shorts. This bag eliminates that problem.

>Rating: 5

Love this bag!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I ride clinchers, but chose the Tubi over the Dual because I use a crank Bros Speed Lever as my tire iron. The extra length helps allows the speed lever to fit inside. I'm kind of a bag-nut and have a milk crate in my garage full of bags I tried and didn't like. The Arundel solved that. The bag is extremely well-made, everything fits that I need for a ride with room to spare. What more does a guy need! Great product! I never go on a road ride without it.