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Topeak Pannier Dry Bag Water Proof Bicycle Pannier Bag (1-Pair)

by Topeak

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  • Pannier DryBag features a fully seam sealed 300 denier and 600 denier polyester construction
  • Compression straps stabilize the load
  • Fully adjustable; will fit most racks
  • Attaches with QuickClick quick-release one-touch QR
  • 10.2 by 7.1 by 14.9 inches (L x W x H); capacity of 2563 cubic inches (per pair)

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Product Description

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The Pannier DryBag features a fully seam sealed 300 denier and 600 denier polyester construction with a roll top closure for maximum protection from the elements. The Topeak quick-release QuickClick system attaches the pannier securely and makes installation and removal a snap. Features compression straps to stabilize the load, sonically welded and waterproof seams, and is fully adjustable to fit most racks.

What's QuickClick?
Topeak's QuickClick system is built into every bag they make. Convenience and secure, QuickClick is Topeak's proprietary quick-release mounting system that allows fast and easy tool-free mounting and removal of QuickClick equipped bags, tools, lights and accessories. A simple slide and click and the bag is secure. To remove, a simple push of a button unlocks the system for easy removal. Fast, easy and secure.

Features:

  • Compression straps stabilize the load
  • Seams are sonically welded and water/storm proof
  • One main compartment
  • Fully adjustable; will fit most racks
  • Attaches with QuickClick quick-release one-touch QR
  • Roll-top closure
  • Slidable hooks for exact position
  • Automatic lock
  • 3M reflective strip

Specifications:

  • Capacity: 2563 cubic inches (per pair)
  • Maximum Load: 7.7 pounds (each)
  • Material: 300 Denier and 600 Denier Polyester waterproof fabric, sonic welded seams
  • Size: 10.2 by 7.1 by 14.9 inches (L x W x H)
  • Weight: 3.46 pounds (per pair)

Product Description

2008 Topeak Pannier Drybag Pair BG1712 This is for a pair - both sides !! Weather Proof Panniers Single main compartment w/Roll top closure Fully seam sealed 850 denier Volume: 2563 inches3

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 14 x 5.5 inches ; 3.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000ZKHN28
  • Item model number: 63009801
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #532,542 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Also, they somehow seem really small, too.
Pink Samurai
On the down side, they don't like to latch solidly on the rack, they haven't fallen off while I'm on the road yet, but it is a risk.
David Garred
Rode for 3 days and they fell off at least once per day.
p_h

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Pink Samurai on June 2, 2008
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These bags are waterproof- true enough. And they have convenient shoulder straps, etc. But mine constantly fall off my bike....if I hit a bump or something. Maybe they just aren't all the compatible with my bike rack, but I think there is some sort of design flaw that one needs to be aware of when making the choice to buy these.
Also, they somehow seem really small, too. I still use mine everyday, but I have to strap 'em on and pack everything in really tight.
If i knew then what i know now, I would've gone with a different bag.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Meindert Niemeijer on March 19, 2008
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I bought these bags about 1.5 months ago. They are sturdy and fit well on my bike, I don't see them flying off on a bumpy road. The only aspect of these bags I worry about is the waterproofing, I wonder how long they will stay watertight while in daily use. Anyway, so far so good, they are still like new after 1.5 months of almost daily use (commute to work).
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By S. Kallshian on August 12, 2008
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A few times when riding on the sidewalk at 15+ mph there were driveway bumps that made one of my panniers fall off. They feel quite secure, but are not impervious to shifting and bouncing. That being said, they protected all my gear inside very well, including my laptop! (which had its own protective case.)

They eventually get a bit scratched up from hitting bushes and things along your route, but that's to be expected. I still think they look great, they are definitely waterproof (Seattle tested and approved) and they have reflective markers for safety. Also, they are pretty easy to carry around when you get off your bike. They come with shoulder straps, but I haven't used those yet.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By S. Moortel on April 1, 2011
I have embarked on a cycling ride through Vietnam. Only three days into using these panniers (and with a couple of months still ahead), the following happened:

- one of the strap attachments fell off (and others will follow soon since they seem to be simply glued to the side of the bags)

- the fabric of the bag tore at one of the screws, making the bag come loose. I taped some gaffa tape over the hole on both sides, put the screw through again and this seems to work a bit. However, they are no longer waterproof and I doubt they will last me another 2 months.

- the hook spacers almost immediately fell out after removing the bags. Just one left now and just waiting for it to go.

Also I think they're a bit awkward to put on the rack and lastly: this is not 42 litres and you definitely cannot fit 42 litres in them if you want to lock the straps! The pictures also make them look larger than they are. In fact you can compare them to front panniers.

Next time I'm going with Ortlieb. I have heard little to no complaints about that brand.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 13, 2011
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The product description states that the capacity is 42L, which would place it squarely in the company of most rear panniers. Not so. The actual item is sized almost exactly the same as a 25L pair of front panniers I have. Other reviewers stated that it was smaller than expected, but I didn't realize just how much so. If you're looking for a pair of waterproof front panniers you may be happy with this item. But I need rear panniers so back they go.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By p_h on December 15, 2011
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Dont let the name fool you, topeak makes some great products but this is NOT one of them. The Locking mechanism is poorly designed causing the bags to bounce off the rack when you hit a small bump. I bought these for a 200 mile cycle tour. Rode for 3 days and they fell off at least once per day. Not to mention one of the bolts that holds the hard back to the inside of the bag ripped through 60 miles into the trip. I cannot think of any way these bags would be useful unless you are planning on riding around with nothing in them. Not worth the risk, go for ortlieb or axioms bags.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By David Garred on September 13, 2010
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I bought this set of panniers because I had a Topeak rack and expected this would be designed to work well with it. I was correct in this, it drops right on and has plenty of adjustability to get it well back from the heels of my size 13 shoes. The bags have so far kept any water out and they have more space than what I can fill up.

On the down side, they don't like to latch solidly on the rack, they haven't fallen off while I'm on the road yet, but it is a risk. I had seen this in a few other reviews but expected that they would latch properly on a Topeak rack, not so.

You can get them latch with a little jiggling but if whatever is mounted on the top of your rack hits a release button the lock will let go and you'll be at risk of losing a bag at the next large bump. If you have a Topeak bag specifically designed for the rack (I have the MTX Trunk bag) the act of sliding it on actually disengages the pannier locks. I got around the problem with a couple of small machine screws but the quick on/off capability is now lost.

I would recommend getting a different item, even if you have a Topeak rack.
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