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Timbuk2 Goody Box Top Tube Packis rated3.8889out of5by18.
Rated5out of5byJeffCo BikerfromGreat for iPhone accessI looked at the Timbuk2 several times before I finally purchased it. I always need a little more storage and typically wear my phone on my arm. This product, however, provides easy access of my phone and some extra storage. It's also easy to remove, so I can carry it with me when my bike is parked.
Date published: 2014-04-20
Rated4out of5byRobert KBfromExcellent for its intended purposeExcellent for a commuter/city bike. Not for a competitive cyclist. Perfect size for keys, wallet and phone. Clear phone/map pocket will fit an iPhone without a case, but probably not something the size of the Galaxy S4. Too hard to access while riding so don't expect to pull out a gel pack on the go. My knees hit the pack when I come out of the saddle to accelerate, or on hills. This would bother you in San Francisco, but not a problem here in Miami. Overall I would not recommend the pack on a road bike, but it is perfect for my daily city bike. Holds just enough to keep me from having to use a backpack. Not perfect for everyone, but it works well for me. Excellent quality and build
Date published: 2014-02-18
Rated3out of5bysomfromGood, but not perfectI use it for commuting. Despite the negatives, I like it. Its better than the Topeak bag I had that wouldn't stay upright on the bar because it only had one low loop around the handlebar stem. The TimBuk2 still rolls over, but as far.
My iphone 3GS phone doesn't fit in the phone pocket when the phone is in its case. The phone pocket doesn't seem to be waterproof at the opening. The flap from the case doesn't cover the opening of the phone pocket very well. I find the double zipper connected by the strap a little awkward to get both zippers zipped all the way. It keeps keys and things out of my pants pockets so they don't wear holes from pedaling.
I'd recommend it, but would like to see design changes to make it easier to use.
Date published: 2013-12-24
Rated4out of5byToddSDfromHandyI used this on my first touring ride. It was handy to hold my maps and snacks, etc. The only problem I have with it is the phone pocket. I have a mophie battery pack for my iPhone. When the battery pack is on the phone it doesn't fit in the pocket. When using the iPhone GPS the batter drains fast and the battery pack is essential. But other wise it's a good product.
Date published: 2013-10-27
Rated5out of5byGregor SamsafromA very practical bike bagThis tube pack is excellent because of its efficient use of space. It only took me a few minutes to attach it to my bike, and, unlike other front and rear bags I've used in the past, this one is secure and holds its position well. The front sleeve is perfect for my iP5. I like the fact that I can access items from it while still riding. It's a perfect size, not interfering with my pedaling at all.
Date published: 2013-10-23
Rated5out of5byPedalPusherfromConvenientVery handy. Fits my I-phone perfectly and is almost like a dashboard on my Bike. Extremely handy for running my bike related apps while riding. Also stores small items like gloves, lights, wallet, etc...
The only negative aspect is that the upper Velcro strap around the head set is slightly high but it still fit and everything stays in place just fine.
Date published: 2013-10-02
Rated2out of5byUtah CJfromGreat idea just doesn't workLooked like it would fit the bill for what I wanted to use it for. Wanted to be able to see my phone and get at it for Strava while biking. Also, wanted to be able to tuck a spare tube in it with a multi tool and keys. Seemed just right for all that. One huge problem. It doesnt fit on my bike, or any of the bikes in our family. The top& down tube on my bike are welded together near the head, as many bikes are, so only one bottom strap makes it around the top tube. Same with the front straps around the head tube. So the bag basically just barely hangs on and flops around. Ended up using a seat wedge bag and a phone holder instead, which ended up working better
Date published: 2013-08-29
Rated4out of5byMTB HikerfromUseful bike bit.I used this on a multiday road tour. I carrried my phone, wallet, food, and ipod speakers. I could only get one of the front velcro straps to completely attach around my stem, which was odd because my bike is an avereage size and traditional design. It still stayed attached and was very handy.
Date published: 2013-08-26
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