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Securely attaches under bike seats, on cross bars or anywhere with superstrong Velcro and webbing straps
Internal pockets for bike tools, extra tubes, patch kits or snacks
Internal elastic straps for tire levers and mini pumps
External Farp keeps gear dry and grime-free
SPECIFICATIONS of the Timbuk2 Toolshed Seat Pack
Weight: 0.19 lb 3 oz
Dimension: 15.5 x 28 x 16 cm
Rated 4 out of
Convenient bike tool storageA month into using the Timbuk2 Toolshed Seat Pack, I've been pretty much completely satisfied with the product, with only a few minor complaints to share. The storage capacity comfortably fits a pair of tire levers, a small adjustable wrench, a bike multitool, one bicycle tube, and a patch kit. With some minor reconfiguring of those items, it's possible to cram more in but not without compromising the rollability of the pack. On that subject, being able to roll the pack up into the tightest roll possible is necessary on my setup for my tail light to be visible, since my bike seat post isn't terribly high. Being able to flatten the roll more would probably help with that, but the tools I have fit inside it have prevented me from doing so. My only real complaint is that the retention strap tends to loosen on anything but the absolute smoothest roads (which don't actually exist in real life), making the items inside the pack at higher risk of falling out. Right now there's no way to keep the strap tight without tying a knot on the excess strap, which I had to do. A few minor tweaks to address those issues with the product would make it far more awesome than it already is.