Indespensible option for storage. Yes the lid can pop off fairly easily, but just put in bottle cage upside down. The can as a whole is VERY secure in all my bottle cages. Probably won't fly out even in a crash unless it takes a direct hit. Don't expect it to be waterproof as there is no weather seal. Another reason to orient it upside down.
Smart padding inside to mute tools and extra stuff from rolling around and making noise. I end up using this keg for jacket/gloves storage or as a burrito holder in my downtime position on bigger, longer days. The "PRO" logo is a bit big and clunky looking on the sides, would have been nicer small and on only the top of the cap.
A nice canister which fits well in the bottle cage. Unfortunately, the lid is prone to over-tightening and the threads are too coarse so now the lid pops off easily. Might get use in the future as a storage bin for miscellaneous screws? pencil holder? chain soaker?
Picked up this tool bottle and another brand from the local bike shop. The PRO bottle with the rounded top does not stay in my Bontrager cages in aggressive terrain and the lid pops off the threads very easily. Save your time and money and skip this one.
I keep my inflator, 2 CO2 cartridges, tire levers, multi-tool, and patch kit inside. Added a rag to hold it all together and keep it from rattling. The only issues I have are that my inflator won't fit with a cartridge in it (check your's first), and the top is only held on with 1-2 threads, which seem like they are going to pop if you try to max out the capacity. With that said, it hasn't come off yet, and there's plenty of room for 2 cartridges even without storing one in the inflator.
It fits perfect in a bottle holder, holds a lot of stuff and is easy to use. I put a energy bar or two, some tools, and whatever I need. I love it!
Hold more then a small saddle bag. Large lid makes it easier to pack crap. Seem water proof, Secure in bottle cage. Just wish the container walls wasn't so thin. Sometime the lid will pop off from squeezing the container when removing from a tight bottle cage.
Nice for rides under 2 hours when you dont need multiple bottles on the bike. Keeps clutter out of your jersey to stow away
Lost lid, found an old waterbottle top that fit, lost that one too, found another, lost that one now I just use it without lit, fills with mud and dirt when riding with it under the downtube. too flexible for lid to stay on.
Good idea, but the lid was never tight and popped off after 2-3 rides. Have replaced with a different better fitting lid
Great alternative to ugly saddlebags. Has enough room for co2 cartridge, multi tool and phone. Screwtop keeps everything dry and secure
I actually am very happy with this little carrier. I've used it for Gels, Cliff Bars, Wallet, Watch, Trash, etc.... I don't use the lid since I'm in and out of this thing constantly on my ride. It doesn't rattle and fits nice and snug in the bottle carrier. For $3... its not a bad purchase.
It does what it supposed to do. I use it to carry a lightweight rain jacket. I used to just cut the top off a water bottle. Now I have the same convenience but with a cover.
Holds more than a saddle bag. Holds ID, credit card, spare change, spare tube, Co2 Cartridge and inflator, levers and a patch kit and a passport for those cross border rides(and it keeps it dry).