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Uno Seatbag

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3 Reviews



Arundel Uno Seatbag

Although you won't see Team Garmin-Sharp-Barracuda riding with the Arundel Uno Seatbag on race-day, when the support cars are in the garage, its an unmistakable accessory on their saddles -- and for good reason.

The Uno is just large enough to carry the bare essentials -- a tube, levers, CO2, and some fun/emergency money. And if Arundel's bottle cages are any sign of its quality, you can be assured that you're getting a feather-light, beautifully constructed transport for your essentials. For security, the Uno attaches to the saddle rails with hook-and-loop straps, and to prevent the seatpost clamp from damaging the bag, Arundel added a leather patch to its top. It has an internal capacity of around 16 cubic inches, and uses a double-stitch construction to ensure years of quiet service.

The Arundel Uno Seatbag is available in the colors Blue, Black, Grey, Pink, Red, and Yellow and in one size.

[bag] nylon, [patch] leather
16 cu in
1 zip
120 x 70 x 30 mm

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 3 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

March 24, 2024

Great minimalist bag

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:

I have this bag on all three of my bikes. It's big enough to hold the bare essentials and it looks good as well.

Stuart O
4 out of 5 stars

December 29, 2023

Minimalist bag, may change your life

I've used it several times

I reevaluated some life choices in 2023 -- do I really want to continue to haul around crap I never use (even on solo, massive rides to the middle of nowhere) in a huge, unsightly saddle sack? "No," I said, "this nonsense ends this year." This is a good-looking, minimalist bag. It fits a tube, small mini-tool with only essential hex wrenches, tire lever, and a patch kit. The CO2 inflator and cartridge can now live in the jersey pocket baggie along with their friends: couple of twenties, tube of lip balm, tire boot, transit rail card. My sack no longer flails around, banging my saddle and post like a fish in the bottom of the boat or sounding like a sock full of nickels, and I no longer suffer the opprobrium of fellow cyclists at the cafe. I now glide over the roads like an aero Adonis. My new-found confidence and reduced weight has shaved seconds off my PR on the local climbs. I've Marie Kondo-ed my ride. Not missing the extra crap. We'll see how it holds up in the rainy season, but preliminary indications are good.

pavetter483158 p
5 out of 5 stars

May 27, 2021

Perfect for the minimalist cyclist

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Nice little pack! Looks good on my bike and fits my saddles rails perfectly, with the Velcro overlapping exactly. I ride a 145 Selle Italia Tenno Flite) Fits 1 tube, a pack of patches, co2, & tire lever. Wouldn’t recommend cramming too much more than that bc the pack would probably not work properly.

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Robert A