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Arundel - Uno Seatbag

Arundel Uno Seatbag

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    Tech Specs

    [patch] leather
    16 cu in
    1 zip
    120 x 70 x 30 mm
    Recommended Use:
    road cycling

    Tool-toting bike bag.

    The Arundel Uno Seatbag is the perfect size for carrying a tube, lever, CO2 cartridge and inflator, as well as some extra cash on extended bike tours and epic trail rides alike. Its well-executed design features bold hits of color around the perimeter to match your trusty steed, as well as a signature leather patch that protects the seatbag from abrasion along the seatpost. It fastens to the saddle rails with its hook-and-loop strap and uses double-stitch construction for durability.

    • 16 cubic inches of storage
    • Double-stitch construction
    • Hook-and-loop strap for seatpost rails
    • Signature leather patch

    Not Big Enough

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

    Not big enough for anything but a road tube. Anything bigger and you'll need a different seat bag.

    Good, not great..

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Needs a loop to be able to hang a blink light in, ex. Hotshot.

    Otherwise, it works... put crap in it, ride..

    you're a poet

    Fell off.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I liked how small it was and that there was not a seat tube strap to rub a hole through my shorts. when i got it, i had a low level of confidence that the Velcro would hold, so i had the Mrs. sew some more on the strap to MAKE SURE there would be no way it would fall off. all went along swimmingly for about 10 months, then this morning it did, and now it is gone forever--sniff, sniff. see photo of it escaping on the road, all by itself.

    Fell off.

    Fails to deliver

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    After about 6 months of use, the skinny, weak velcro strap gave way mid-ride and I lost the bag and all its contents. Add up replacing the bag, tube, inflator, cartridge, multi-tool and emergency money and this little gem just cost me at least $75. Don't buy it - it may not be there for you when you need it. Which is kinda the point of a seat bag.

    Same thing happened to me. The velcro is simply too short to secure the bag.

    Velcro is weak

      After 2 months of use and only a taking the bag off/on the saddle a few times the Velcro is not holding.

      Bag otherwise is a nice material and holds a minimalist compliment.

      Update: Arundel replaced bag. They noted a run from their supplier was sub par and have corrected the issue. Velcro on the new bag is much better.

      Great Minimalist Saddle Bag

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This might not be the saddle bag for you if you are the type that wants to be prepared for every possible situation (multiple tubes, multiple CO2 cartriges, tire levers, chain tool, spare chain links, multi-tool, spoke tool, etc...), but it works great in the vast majority of situations. If I was doing very long distances solo or had no backup way to get home, I might get something bigger.

      I have mine filled with a spare 25mm tube, tire lever, co2 cartridge with leather cover, co2 head (PDW), a valve extender removal tool (tiny), and there is still a small amount of room left.

      Only negative I have found is that the strap that holds it to the saddle rails is a little short. I'm only getting about 2cm of overlap of the Velcro. Perhaps I am just not pulling the strap tightly enough but it does not move around under my saddle when attached.

      Great Minimalist Saddle Bag

      Everything you want, nothing you don't

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Perfect little seat bag. Very well made. Hold 1 tube, glueless patches, tire boot, true levers, chain tool and small multi tool.

      I have one on each of my road bikes.

      Long term durability may not be the best though: I had one that was starting to get cut after 1 year of use and the velcro got weak enough that I lost the bag.

      Simple and Clean

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I did a ton of research on seat bags. I have no life. After putting way too much time and thought into something as simple as a seat bag, I decided to go with this small, simple and clean bag. I guess some of the photos were a little misleading as to the petite size of this thing, but man it's tiny! The nice thing is, you can still pack quite a bit to help you get home in case of a flat. One of the main reasons I took so long to pull the trigger on a bag is because I know they are generally shunned as being ugly and stupid...but they still serve a very important purpose! Often times I'm riding before I work the evening shift and I will go for 20+ miles away from home during the middle of the day when most people are at work, that means if I get a flat, I'm stranded.

      I have this stuffed with 1 tube, tube patches, a Pedro tire lever (pretty bulky), a 6 tool mini-tool, 1 x Co2 cartridge and Planet Bikes Co2 chuck (The one with that big red knob which is obnoxiously huge! Don't buy it). It all fits rather well and still zips just fine.

      I ended up also purchasing the Arundel Dual from Competitive Cyclist because I ride some rough roads, dirty trails, and generally have bad luck. This will hold 2 tubes and Co2 cartridges plus a larger multi tool which gives me enough confidence to ride harder and farther before I have to go to work.

      Simple and Clean

      Best Bag for the Buck

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Arundel has become known for their impeccable attention to detail, and ability to perfect otherwise largely overlooked accessories like bottle cages, bar tape, and saddle bags. The Arundel Uno is yet another perfect example of this perfection. Just big enough for your 700c tube, 2 CO2's, a lever, a folded up dollar, and a microinflator, this bag sits tucked neatly up under most any saddle. It certainly is snug, but works great.

      Don't buy it if you like to keep extra's items like your keys, wallet, or food in your saddle bag. Do buy it if you want a saddle back that will free up your jersey pockets and are comfortable exploring the road with the bare essentials.


        I love this seatbag because of its compact size. It doesn't swing around the saddle like my other ones have. i carry my co2 in my jersey pocket so this is all i really need to carry my spare tube, park tool levers, and a small multi tool. that is really all you can fit in this bag. if you want more room, i would recommend the arundel dual instead.