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Banjo Brothers Market Bicycle Pannier Bag

October 3, 2013 - Comment

1500 cubic inches (13.5? L x 8? W x 15? H). Its like a deluxe grocery pannier, only its so much more. This is a great bag for errands, commuting (drop your briefcase right inside), and visiting your favorite market. The easy-on and off mounting, long handles and a shoulder strap make it convenient to

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1500 cubic inches (13.5? L x 8? W x 15? H). Its like a deluxe grocery pannier, only its so much more. This is a great bag for errands, commuting (drop your briefcase right inside), and visiting your favorite market. The easy-on and off mounting, long handles and a shoulder strap make it convenient to bring inside, and a large cinch-down flap keeps your stuff covered on the road. Cinch-down flap keeps load covered and secure. Side straps adjust support and fold pannier closed when not in use. Inside zipper pocket for keys and cash.

Product Features

  • 1500 cubic inches (13.5? L x 8? W x 15? H)
  • Load grocery bags into it, or bring it inside � includes long handles and wide shoulder strap
  • Heavy-duty HDPE frame on back and bottom to prevent sagging
  • Ballistic reinforcement panels in all wear areas
  • Can be used as a utility pannier for commuting and other errands

Comments

baconandeggs says:

30 days on the road, and they are a mixed bag. See my review update in the comments.I commute a grand total of about a kilometer to work each day, and do all my grocery shopping with these bags. They carry a full load every day.After 30 days on the road, one of the brackets has a popped rivet (1 of 2 rivets holding the bracket/hook on to the bag) these are the weight-bearing heart of the entire bag. If one more rivet pops, my groceries or laptop will go flying across the road. Not good.It doesn’t help…

Paul SanGiorgio says:

Not a well designed product I’ve had a couple of these for about a year and after many frustrating experiences, I have decided to ditch them and upgrade to something a little bit better designed.Pros: Seemingly well built (they have survived numerous falls to the ground at high speed — more on that later); enormous capacity.Cons: The bags fall off the rack all the time. The “hook” system that is supposed to keep it attached up top just doesn’t work. If you hit a bump, the bag jumps, and it then…

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