Rest assured I'm not getting off topic too much regarding issues of so called poverty consciousness or a scarcity complex as most all of us have had to contend with hard times in some aspect of our lives. So much can be learned from those times of scarce resources or opportunities such as creative solutions by developing intuitive skills and so forth. I have lived through such times and very grateful it's long gone in the past but my adaptive problem solving skills are more than simply intact. Answers to problems that used to come by racking my head in earnest effort seem to chime in much more effortlessly and without angst. That's how I found this excellent handlebar bag for my cameras and other goodies.
After more than eight months of using this handlebar bag it has proven to be extremely waterproof, durable and I can use it on each of the ten bikes I currently own. It is so easy to take on and off with two plastic buckles underneath it makes it easy to remove and carry around with either a rubber top handle or included shoulder strap.
There is also nice reflective piping along the lower front of the bag and when I'm trail riding or curb hopping it's easy to attach a couple of bungee stabilizers like those on the axiom atlas. This is a very well reviewed Roswheel handlebar bag as the company lists many other bike accessory items I am only familiar with this particular model.
Here are some specifications on size and materials: Material: 1680D Polyester+ PVC Breathable Mesh
Size : 10.08 in x 7.45 in x 1.80
I was pleasantly surprised to find that this worked so well and provides ability to carry bulky items when I don't need front rack panniers for quick, overnight bike camping trips.
Manufactured in Korea for Brompton folding bikes the attachment system does not require the use of installing quick release mechanisms which would inhibit use with more than one bike.
Zimbale's handlebar bag models are available in 3 oz., 7oz., 11oz., 14oz. and 16oz. storage capacities. Photo at left is the three ounce model.
I'm still considering it as these bags appear to be of good quality and could be slightly modified or made to work with just about any bike handlebar scenario. Because I am so pleased with my current handlebar bag I wouldn't call this bike bag envy but it's pretty close.