Coated nylon & 210D PU lining
15.5"(H) x 9"(W) x 4.5"(D)
- A light-weight and striking backpack that is suitable for both on and off-road adventure.
- Built-in LED light that is powered by 3 AA-size batteries and can be activated by pressing the button on the shoulder strap.
- Blinking LED and reflective strips on the side and back that keep cyclists visible and heightens cyclist’s safety on the road.
- Organized main zippered compartment to keep your wallet and mobile phone, and has mesh pockets for easy storage and location of small items.
- Designed to fit a hydration pack in the back compartment that alternates as pocket for tablet when the hydration pack is not in use.
- Built with an adjustable helmet holder at the front for keeping the helmet.
- Two thoughtful zipper-protection flap meant to provide coverage for inner belongings against accidental water splash and light drizzle.
- Two mesh side pockets that could fit 500 ml hydration bottle.
- Additional sternum strap buckle to give a more secured grip while carrying the bag leisurely or when riding the bicycle.
- Rain cover that shields and protects the bag against rain and water splash, while able to keep the blinking LED visibility intact.
Some of our Terminus bags have batteries inside, such as Bright Tote 3.0 (AAA size), Bikerz and Cyclis (AA size). Below are some information with regards to what batteries are allowed to be carried onboard.
Q1. What kinds of batteries does the FAA allow in carry-on baggage (in the aircraft cabin)?
A1. Passengers can carry most consumer-type batteries and portable battery-powered electronic devices for their own personal use in carry-on baggage.
Battery-powered devices must be protected from accidental activation and heat generation.
Batteries allowed in carry-on baggage include:
Dry cell alkaline batteries: typical AA, AAA, C, D, 9-volt, button-sized cells, etc.
Dry cell rechargeable batteries such as Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) and Nickel Cadmium (NiCad).
Q2. What kinds of batteries does the FAA allow in checked baggage (including gate-checked bags)?
A2. Except for spare (uninstalled) lithium metal and lithium-ion batteries, all the batteries allowed in carry-on baggage are also allowed in checked baggage. The batteries must be protected from damage and short circuit or installed in a device.
What's in the box:
1xTerminus Cyclist Bag
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