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    Urban, classic, exclusive. Matching this description - and today‘s lifestyle bikes - is ORTLIEB‘s Barista handlebar bag. This urban-velo styled bag features tough PU laminated Cordura-cotton-mix with leather contrast details. Stylish and waterproof.

    This bag offers space for smart phone, keys, papers etc. An internal organizer with key snap hook, pen slot and two pockets keeps things in place. The convenient magnetic flap allows quick and quiet access. The magnets open and close automatically and safely. Once unclipped from the handlebar, Barista becomes a stylish shoulder bag. Barista is supplied with the Ultimate6 mounting system (compatible with Rixen&Kaul).
  • Ortlieb Barista Urban Line Handlebar Bag Reviews

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    Overall Rating:
    3.7
    out of 5
    3.66
    Build Quality
    4.50
    Performance
    3
    Value For Money
    3.50

    Customer Reviews (1)

    4
    Ultra-stylish but with draw-backs

    Very expensive so I wanted it to be perfect but it's not - but I have decided to keep it - one big plus being, I can securely transport my iPad in it (see more below). But drawbacks: first, the magnets are rubbish: it doesn't close well, and when you cycle along it flaps up in even a little bit of wind. So it needs a bull-dog clip permanently on it while cycling. Second, the strap ought to slot inside it or slot somewhere else more efficiently when you get on-off the bike. It would take ages to clip the strap on and off each time you get on-off, because you have to feed the strap through two little slots. So I end up roping the strap round my handlebars. Third, I wish the designers had found some way of incorporating some kind of reflective detail/ material onto the front (without compromising its beautifulness), to give at least some visibility from the front in the dark to approaching motorists, because the bag is a big square barrier that prevents other reflective items/ lights being seen. Icing on the cake would be some ultra-efficient means of slotting a little light onto the front in order to cycle. OTHERWISE what I love about it is that at last I look stylish rather than like a down-and-out on a bike. The bag is so beautiful that I am using it as a handbag even when going out without a bike. Main reason? IT IS GREAT FOR CARRYING MY IPAD. The hard internal back is perfect protection for it, and the locking mechanism onto the wotsit is excellent - also the putting on and off of the bag onto the click-fix is super-quick and efficient. Internally I'd like it if the zip compartment was not so floppy: when the zip is open, it's hard to slide other items in and out because they catch onto that fabric (sign of a handbag designed by a man?). As said, all in all I have decided to keep it. Btw in torrential rain it was GREAT, I felt my iPad was totally secure.

    Very expensive so I wanted it to be perfect but it's not - but I have decided to keep it - one big plus being, I can securely transport my iPad in it (see more below). But drawbacks: first, the magnets are rubbish: it doesn't close well, and when you cycle along it flaps up in even a little bit of wind. So it needs a bull-dog clip permanently on it while cycling. Second, the strap ought to slot inside it or slot somewhere else more efficiently when you get on-off the bike. It would take ages to clip the strap on and off each time you get on-off, because you have to feed the strap through two little slots. So I end up roping the strap round my handlebars. Third, I wish the designers had found some way of incorporating some kind of reflective detail/ material onto the front (without compromising its beautifulness), to give at least some visibility from the front in the dark to approaching motorists, because the bag is a big square barrier that prevents other reflective items/ lights being seen. Icing on the cake would be some ultra-efficient means of slotting a little light onto the front in order to cycle. OTHERWISE what I love about it is that at last I look stylish rather than like a down-and-out on a bike. The bag is so beautiful that I am using it as a handbag even when going out without a bike. Main reason? IT IS GREAT FOR CARRYING MY IPAD. The hard internal back is perfect protection for it, and the locking mechanism onto the wotsit is excellent - also the putting on and off of the bag onto the click-fix is super-quick and efficient. Internally I'd like it if the zip compartment was not so floppy: when the zip is open, it's hard to slide other items in and out because they catch onto that fabric (sign of a handbag designed by a man?). As said, all in all I have decided to keep it. Btw in torrential rain it was GREAT, I felt my iPad was totally secure.

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    3.7 out of 5
    Build Quality: 4.5/5
    Performance: 3/5
    Value For Money: 3.5/5

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