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LezyneFlow Caddy + Organizer


Item # LED004G

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Item # LED004G

Handy storage for small tools.

Don't be stranded with a mechanical when you're carrying essential repair tools inside the Lezyne Flow Caddy with Organizer. This lightweight, rigid case fits inside a standard bottle cage, eliminating the need to stuff your jersey pockets with tools. Its water-resistant threaded lid seals out passing showers and road spray from leaking inside. The Flow Caddy comes with a handy organizer for securing multi-tools, CO2 cartridges, and tire levers.

Tech Specs
Dimensions73 x 73 x 135 mm
Recommended Usecycling
Manufacturer Warranty2 years

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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3lb 8oz

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 2

Good idea, poor engineering

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

When I first got it I was impressed. The canvas organizer was a nice touch, even if a bit short to hold regular-length tire levers and to small for a larger multi-tool. However, my first impression was quickly dispelled. The main problem is that the top does not attach securely to the bottle. The very first ride, the top came off and I lost several tools on a rocky descent during a gravel grinder race. In their desire to save a few bucks, they used cheap, flimsy plastic, making a secure fit between top and bottle impossible. Okay if you are using for commuting or road bike but not to be used for any rough terrain such as gravel riding or mountain biking.

>Rating: 1

Well misrepresented product.....

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

This is not aluminum. This is cheaper plastic than your sports water bottle. The organizer is useless and takes up too much room. I'd recommend saving the 15 bucks because this is literally just a shitty cup. You could actually fit more tools in a normal water bottle.


What is the height of this item? Trying to see if a mini pump will fit... Thanks!!

>Rating: 3

Tight fit

I've put it through the wringer

thought id be able to got more in here than what actually fit.

>Rating: 3

Good for the job but limited storage.

I've used it several times

This is a great way to help carry some more gear without stuffing jersey pockets, and without the saddle bags that can harm carbon seatposts. The included divider has small slots for multi tools, inflators, and tire levers. There is enough space in the bottle for a tube as well, however, it has to be on the smaller side. No way a full size 29er tube is fitting in there.

>Rating: 5

I don't like saddle bags

I've used it several times

This doesn't hold a ton, but if you pack smart, you can ditch that clunky saddle bag!

>Rating: 3

Skip the fanny pack

I've used it several times

Nice little can and tool wrap for storing some essentials. The provided "tool" wrap keeps things neatly organized however once you load it up there isn't much room for anything else. It is kind of handy to take your tools from bike to bike provided you have another cage or means of hydration.

>Rating: 3

Holds less than you would think

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

I got this thinking it would replace my saddle bag but it holds less than my bag, which is not a very big bag. The organizer takes up a lot of space, wish I bought the one without it. It's basically a water bottle without the top. It's made of plastic, not aluminum, which is a good thing since aluminum would weigh more and could dent. Looks good on the bike though and it does provide the aero benefit for the rear wheel if you don't normally carry a water bottle on the seat tube side.

tech reads its aluminum- it’s actually plastic- which they still haven’t change after i notified them and available from competitors for less than 1/2 the price - $15. for plastic bottle is crazy