- Ortlieb Map Case For Ultimate 2-5
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Ortlieb Map Case For Ultimate 2-5
Replacement map case for all Ortlieb Ultimate Handlebar bags with the removable map case feature.
Top Features of the Ortlieb Map Case For Ultimate 2-5
- Waterproof map case with push-button fixation and roll Velcro closure
- Attachable to handlebar bags Ultimate 2-5 (sizes M and L)
- Transparent front and back made of tear resistant PU-foil
- Can be folded and used on both sides
- Can be worn as map case around the neck or fixed to a rucksack with separate cord (not included)
- Size: 10.6 x 10.6 in (27 x 27cm)
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You can also use this map case attached directly to the bars using string/cord/cable-ties through the tags designed for an optional neck-cord. I use mine like this on my motorbike- no problems over a couple of thousand miles so far, speeds up to 100mph, driving English rain and Libyan sand storms.
On a road bike (drop bars), if the map case were tied to the bars instead of to a bar-bag then it may well be in the way. The map case is 285mm wide, 350mm long when unfolded and 180mm long when folded in half. I would not hesitate to use this on my mountain bike tied directly to the riser bars if I needed a map.
You probably want a product known as a "map holder" or "map trap".
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