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Lezyne Sendit Caddy

Lezyne Sendit Caddy

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When it comes to on bike storage straps Lezyne have gone in their own direction with the Sendit Caddy. The well thought out design has three labelled individual compartments for a 16g or 25g CO2 cartridge, a small multi tool, tyre levers and a spare inner tube. Choose where you want to mount it, top tube, down tube or even the seat post/saddle. Plenty of grip with rubberized elastics
and a soft neoprene material to protect your frame. When installed correctly the strap will not move, no matter how wild your riding gets.

Just to note, tool are not included.

Who's this item for: Any rider looking for a minimal and effective way to carry spares on the bike.

Things you can carry: Due to the design the strap and compartments lends itself to carry a C02 cartridge with adaptor, and a couple of tyre levers, a small multi tool and a spare tube.

Mounting locations: Depending on your frame design, this would ideally be mounted on the top or down tubes, in some cases the seat post tube or even seat post would be fine as well. It is also possible to mount it to your saddle rails, just ensure you have space to mount the strap without it interfering with the action of your rear suspension or your water bottle.

Mount Type: The strap is around 1.5" wide with a hook and loop closure system

Pros: Great design with an emphasis on ensuring the tools remain in place.

Cons: Pretty specific in what size spares you can load. Larger Multi tools or tubeless plugs might not possible to load.

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Product Reviews

Rated 4.0 stars
Based on 5 reviews
Total 5 star reviews: 3 Total 4 star reviews: 1 Total 3 star reviews: 0 Total 2 star reviews: 0 Total 1 star reviews: 1
80%would recommend this product
5 reviews
  • Brendan
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    9 seconds ago
    The Caddy you Need

    Does as it states. Holds things while you shred the mountains. I'm running a 2.6 tire, So a pretty large inner tube. Everything fits conveniently and no issues.

  • Ethan H.
    Verified Buyer
    I do not recommend this product
    Rated 1 stars
    10 months ago
    Terrible. Too small for 29/2.6 tube and tool

    If youre running a decent sized enduro tyre this thing is useless. The elastic overstretches just to get the tube in. It cant fit my 10 piece multitool. Not what I was hoping for. If you decide to ditch the tube and just run with a tubeless repair kit you will get direct frame rub from the tools.

    Not fit for purpose. There are likely better alternatives for you packless ambitions.

  • Brent G.
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    1 year ago
    You need this caddy

    If you are looking for a caddy that isn't like having a suitcase strapped to your bike then this is for you. Perfect size for my tube, tyre lever & small multi tool. Straps on tight too.

  • Jake
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    1 year ago
    Best caddy I’ve used

    By far the best enduro caddy Ive owned. Not to big, but not to small and fit plenty in it. Looks good & doesnt move around like I thought it would.

  • Wayne B.
    I recommend this product
    Rated 4 stars
    1 year ago
    Excellent quality, great design and value

    An excellent product, well made and reasonably priced, however; for an e bike it is not quite perfect.

    I like to strap my tools, etc to the downtube of my e bike and the strap on the Lezyne is too short so it must go on the top tube, where it is less secure.

    On an 'analogue' bike this would not be a problem, of course.

    One other minor gripe is the elastic compartment for the multi tool is a tight squeeze for an average sized tool.

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