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Rynox Magnapod Tank Bag Review: Introduction

02 December 2020, 07:20 AM Pratheek Kunder


Royal Enfield Meteor 350 Right Side View

Rynox Gears has a host of motorcycle luggage options and the Magnapod is one of them. This tank bag has been designed for riders who like to travel light. So when you look at this bag for the first time, you will see how compact yet spacious it is. But before we share the experience with this bag, allow me to tell you more about the bag.

Product details

Royal Enfield Meteor 350 Right Side View

Firstly, the Magnopod is made of 1680D polyester fabric. It gets semi-rigid panels to retain the shape. Below the bag, there are five magnets that makes it easy to mount on the fuel tank. When not in use, these magnets can be tucked away below the anti-scratch base fabric. The YKK zippers are being offered in this bag along with 3M reflective tapes.  

Royal Enfield Meteor 350 Right Side View

Now coming to its practicality, the Rynox Magnapod holds up 21-litres by default. This space can be expanded to 28-litres – thanks to the presence of extra expandable panels. In the exterior, there are two pockets that can hold things like small tool box or protein bars. There’s also a top stash pocket that can be used for quick access. Above this pocket, is another pocket with transparent plastic. This can be used to store the phone while using the GPS.

Royal Enfield Meteor 350 Right Side View

There’s also cargo net placed behind the bag that can be used to hold gloves during fuel breaks. On the inside, there’s one compression straps to keep your things in place. There’s also a locked netted cargo space for motorcycle legal papers.  

Royal Enfield Meteor 350 Right Side View

The Magnapod comes with multiple straps to mount the luggage as most modern bikes these days doesn’t come with metal fuel tank. So it is important to strap the tank bag when used on plastic fuel tank.  

Price: Rs 3250 

Available at Rynox Gears