- Works really well
- Fits most frames
- Finish could be better
One of many strap based products, allowing you to attach essentials to your bike, the Lezyne Sendit Caddy has some plus points that is does it securely, has a compartmentalised pouch to store items out of muds way, but the pouch could be a little bigger and slighter better made.
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The tough, 47cm webbing strap means the Sendit Caddy attaches with plenty to pull it tight. It loops through a buckle, secures with Velcro and is reliably secure, while the material is soft enough to minimise paint rub.
Behind the main tube-holding band is a pouch. This pouch could really do with bigger pockets and ideally have some sort of closure, but at least the neoprene is soft and friendly to your paint. It does hold water, though, despite offering some protection from mud.
The band takes 29” tubes quite happily, and once mounted the Sendit Caddy stays put and does its job. The long strap gives you plenty of scope for mounting spots, and also lets you strap extra things to the Caddy reasonably securely.
The finish lets it down a little. The neoprene's stitching feels fragile and showed signs of wear fairly quickly, which leaves a question mark over its longevity, especially as you're going to be stuffing those tiny pockets pretty full whenever you use it – even a fairly compact multitool is a bit of a stretch, and full-sized ones are a no-go.
Assuming the stitching holds up, the Sendit Caddy is a handy and secure luggage strap at a keen price, and definitely worth considering. A 'version two' with tougher stitching and bigger pockets could be a real winner.