Lezyne Micro Caddy Review by Road.cc
"Not everyone needs to take several rounds of sandwiches, a phone, a camera, a waterproof, a spare gear cable, three tubes, patches, a lucky Gonk and all the other saddlebag detritus that some deem necessary on a ride all stuffed into a saddlepack that would trouble a budget airlines baggage allowance. Others like to travel fast and light,...the Lezyne Micro Caddy (Small) is for those people."
"With a capacity of a meagre 0.5L its cargo potential is plainly going to be fairly minimal. The main compartment is flanked by internal sleeves to hide delicate or pointy things away from the scrummage of the hold, the left-hand one ambitiously marked out by Lezyne for an inner-tube while the right-hand side is split into two; each about the right size to slip a slim tyre lever into. Storage space is extended with an outer pocket that's graphiced up to suggest you fit your micro-tool in there, although it will have to be quite a mini micro tool to squeeze in."
"The Micro Caddy is constructed from weatherproof materials and has a waterproof zip holding everything in which keeps the contents from all but the world of rain and wheel spray. After particularly moist rides it's prudent to take everything out and give it a wipe down though to avoid rusting of anything that can rust, it's no big issue as you'd probably need to give the Caddy a good clean as well anyway after such a ride, especially if you've bought the white one, to match your shoes. Reflective piping adds a tenuous level of safety."
"The twin neoprene arms wrap around the saddle rails and Velcro onto the Lezyne's body to provide a secure fastening without the need for a seatpost strap or any extra anti-eject security round the saddle rails, not even your favourite old toe-strap. This one has logged an impressive tally of miles and it hasn't budged at all, and best of all as those neoprene arms can be pulled quite tight it hasn't rattled in that Chinese water-torture way that goes mostly unnoticed by the rider but makes all your cycle companions want to kill you inefficiently with whatever tool is making the annoying noise."
"Obviously whether you can get all your preferred ride-saving kit into the small Micro Caddy depends on how much you think you need, it could be a struggle for some. Lezyne say the bag can hold a small multi-tool, a spare road tube and some tyre levers. With a bit of effort you can manage to stuff more in; currently this test one is holding a turquoise puncture repair box with patches, glue and some spare links hidden inside it, a pair of chunky tyre levers, a not so mini mini-tool with a chain-breaker on, a spoke-key and since that ride where the friend with the deep-section rims didn't bring any valve extenders, one of them. And despite it bulging quite tumescently it hasn't thrown itself off or spilled its load into the verge that's quite enough of that - ed).
For the lightweight rider that doesn't feel the need to take their entire tool-chest with them on a ride than this is an excellent choice. Small enough to be forgotten about and not cause too much angst for the delicate lines of your elegant steed yet large enough, just, to fit the bare essentials in. And it doesn't rattle."
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