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Topeak Mondopack Saddle Pack - Black - 1.2 Litre

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The samllest in the range is designed for smaller frames or lower seat positions. Two side opening moulded panels provide easy access to all your gear and feature inner mesh pockets to keep keys and small tools in place. An excellent bag for suspension bikes, folding bikes, endurance racers, day touring or for cyclists who like to carry extra gear.

- Dual access main compartment
- Internal mesh pockets
- QuickClick mounting system
- 3M Reflective Strip
- 1200 Denier Polyester
- Tail light strap
- Weight: 200g
- Dimensions: 24 x 11 x 12 cm
- Capacity: 1.2 Litre / 75 ci

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Topeak Mondopack Saddle Pack
By Peter Wesolowski
18 Oct 2011
4 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsSlightly overpriced
ProsWell designed, ideal for Brompton
Proved ideal for my Brompton replacing the rather naff bag you get with the cover. Nicely compartmented inside and plenty of room for tools inner tube etc. Secure loop fixing for a light on the outside. Maybe a little expensive compared with similar products.
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clip saddle bag for Brooke B19
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10 Apr 2020
Hi, I bought an Ortleib saddlebag 2 but it doesn't fit under my Brookes B17. I see you have adapter straps but I'd rather have a clip off bag. Will any of the clip on Toepeaks fit under my saddle? NB it is not a comfort saddle, so I'm not sure if the Toepeak exetnder will help me.

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Hi, the Topeak brackets and mounts are not interchangeable with Ortleib. Is the problem caused by your saddle being a long way forward not leaving enough rail for the bracket? Thanks 13/04/2020