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Thread: Viaterra CLAW, Nelson-Rigg Spirit 30 & Cramster Colt - Review

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    Default Viaterra CLAW, Nelson-Rigg Spirit 30 & Cramster Colt - Review

    Quote Originally Posted by aargee View Post
    Saar...that's why I already said...TAIL BAGS
    So after reading the whole thing I feel viaterra is the best in case of comfort as well as use. The cons are, can be used only for solo rides and not sturdy like the other one. But in all the other aspects this is the best.
    Argee did you try to mount it on RX??
    Is it possible to mount these on our RX with carrier?? I think there comes problem with strapping the whole thing. If not its great as you can pillion ride with the bag on carrier!!
    But who does tour on RX, it's another question!

    So the verdict is Viaterra. Am I right???


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    Quote Originally Posted by rxdude View Post
    So after reading the whole thing I feel viaterra is the best in case of comfort as well as use. The cons are, can be used only for solo rides and not sturdy like the other one. But in all the other aspects this is the best
    Please wait before you conclude. There's more on the way

    Quote Originally Posted by rxdude View Post
    Argee did you try to mount it on RX??
    Fantastic point; though I believe it can be done (as Viaterra tested on RE), I think it's best to work it out especially when I've Rx. Thanks for the suggestion & I'll try doing the exercise this Saturday

    Quote Originally Posted by rxdude View Post
    But who does tour on RX, it's another question!
    I'd love to
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    Aargee - I was about to buy Colt but now I am tilting towards Via Terra...thanks sir for the wonderful review...waiting for more (if there is something left).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sid85 View Post
    Aargee - I was about to buy Colt but now I am tilting towards Via Terra...thanks sir for the wonderful review...waiting for more (if there is something left).
    There's lot more...please wait & Thank you very much for those Likes, I really Like & appreciate it
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    Quote Originally Posted by aargee View Post
    There's lot more...please wait & Thank you very much for those Likes, I really Like & appreciate it
    Waiting waiting... and like wise your time and effort to put out all the minutest of details is highly appreciated..

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    So, how long does it take to mount the bag? This is what I found; I remember it takes nearly the same time or little more to mount my Nelsonrigg with that Indian juggad



    and to unmount, easy piece of work...
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    Was free for sometime on 29-Jan evening, thought why not test Claw with things that I would carry for a 7 day road trip?


    Will Viaterra Claw hold all these? Even if it did, will it hold it as one? Even if it held as one, will the straps stay strong? Even if it stayed strong, will it be mounted on the motorcycle as it has to? Will the strap stay in one place? Will the Claw keep moving with all these weight? Stay tuned for the report...coming soon...
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    rynox sadddlebag is pretty good for bike like cbr250 .

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    Quote Originally Posted by aman15 View Post
    rynox sadddlebag is pretty good for bike like cbr250 .
    Please compare the prices as well.





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    Quote Originally Posted by aman15 View Post
    rynox sadddlebag is pretty good for bike like cbr250 .
    May be, but, like I said, I'm done with saddle bags; I'm all in for tail bags & tail bags only. My mantra has now changed to...

    CARRY LIGHT, TRAVEL EASY

    Frankly, I don't see the need to carry 3 bundles of bag unless one of them is camera, tenting kind of equipment or full tool kit & they know how to fix things with the bike.

    Quote Originally Posted by payeng View Post
    Please compare the prices as well.
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