That looks like the Touratech "Flat Bag". I have it and it works great ... if you don't have the factory radio controls. If you do then they'll bump the bag and switch channels and volume in a tight turn. Haven't found anything better, so I cope.sfarson said:Not the greatest pic of the tankbag, but really like this Touratech bag.
When you do, be sure you check for handlebar clearance. I didn't (Doh! You'd think I'd know the wisdom of "measure twice, cut once"). First place I mounted the Powerlet was forward on the bag, looked great but the power cord got crushed by the handlebars. So I had to do it again and move it quite a bit to the rear.four12 said:+1 for the Touratech Flat bag. I got mine when I picked up my bike at the dealer (they threw it in for "free").
I like the idea of a powerlet in there. I'll add that to my To Do list.
Thanks for the tip and picture. Always helpful.JayJay said:When you do, be sure you check for handlebar clearance. I didn't (Doh! You'd think I'd know the wisdom of "measure twice, cut once").