Great for carrying your iPad but best suited to short commutes on an upright town bike in fair weather
Almost the ultimate commuting rucksack - comfy on the bike and extremely well-organised - our only niggle is the lack of reflective detailing
Would be a nice idea if it wasn't a bit big, and didn't want to slip out of your pocket and then split
Small, simple bag giving easy access to sweets and gels for those times when you just can't stop
Great visibility, but light fabric makes it vulnerable to everyday nicks and scrapes
Feature-packed bar bag that works well with other Pack 'n' Pedal bags, but fairly expensive
Durable, waterproof and comfy shoulder bag; pity it won't take a laptop
If you want your phone where you can see it, get a bar bag or a handlebar mount instead
Big, sturdy and waterproof, but a bit less than comfy to carry
Secure, but heavy and bulky system to attach and use your phone from your handlebars
Cleverly designed and very comfortable to carry off the bike. The price for that is both cost and weight.
Well-designed and well-made bag for commuting with a suit, and plenty more besides.
Great concept and a good size for light commuting, a slightly cheap feel though.
Sturdy, well-made bag that handily converts to a shoulder bag, but expensive.
Stylish minimalist saddle bag that doesn't ruin the looks of your nice bike.
Made-in-Britain pannier that does what it says it will and is built to last.
A versatile bag for holding a few essentials on the bike, but size limits its appeal in a bike's main triangle.
Initially promising and unusual features quickly overshadowed by serious flaws - hard to recommend.
Well-designed to keep you visible on your bike with lots of reflective and bright orange. Reasonably priced for a durable waterproof pannier.
Nicely made touring accessory but retro revivalists will need to look elsewhere for the classic shoulder holder.