The Dual is small enough to nestle under a seat without scraping against your thigh, yet it's big enough to hold two 700C tubes and two CO2 cartridges, plus an inflator. So, why two spare tubes? Because you never know what's up the road, and it's nice to know that you're prepared. That extra tube will make the rest of your ride that much more enjoyable knowing that you won't have to use your cell phone if another flat occurs. - 27 cubic in.
The Uno is small, with only enough space for a road inner tube plus gas and maybe a couple of Allen wrenches. It also fits under the saddle nicely when cinched tight. It rides horizontally while our other bags hang vertically. - 16 cubic in.
Pico, Medio and Gordo are our water, resistant extra durable range of Arundel seat bags. We make use of sonic welded seams and nylon fabric impregnated with thermoplastic polyurethane. Think frogman raft. The straps are also nylon and wider than usual, like seat belts in planes and cars. A wider strap means more Velcro area for better security. The materials we used cost more but in exchange, you have a seat bag that should last a good long time. All three are slightly roomier than our time proven corresponding sized Uno, Dual and Tubi. Gordo - 43 cubic in, 7 3/4 X 4 X 1 1/2 in - Sonic welded seams - Wide 1 1/2 in nylon strap with extra Velcro - Fits two Whataburger Juniors or a good amount of bike related gear
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