Givi EA112 Tablet Pocket £38.99

Motorcycle News (UK) - - Garage -

Tester Ali­son Sil­cox Time tested Five months/2800 miles What’s good? I hate sat­nav and al­ways pre­fer a map or hand­writ­ten route when trav­el­ling, so I needed to find a so­lu­tion for a re­cent trip to France. The Har­ley-david­son I’m test­ing this year doesn’t lend it­self to a bulky tankbag so this was ideal. It has a large clear pocket that’s ac­tu­ally de­signed to carry a new-fan­gled tablet but also fits an A4 piece of pa­per per­fectly, ideal for that all-im­por­tant list of direc­tions. The mag­nets are strong so they stay in place, and the pocket didn’t move an inch (it does also come with fit­ments for non-metal­lic tanks). The zips are sturdy and with the clear cover in place there were no leaks. This is not just a map/ tablet pocket, there’s also a very slim com­part­ment where I could keep my pass­port, credit card and phone to hand. What’s not? It’s a bit pricey for what it is but was well worth it for mak­ing sure I got where I needed to go! Con­tact Qual­ity rat­ing ★★★★★ Value rat­ing ★★★★ ★

Slim­line so­lu­tion to nav­i­ga­tion

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