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Fidlock Toolbox offers a magnetic quick-connect storage option for bike tools, phone & more

fidlock toolbox quick connect magnetic bike tool storage holds tubes wallet phone and more
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Fidlock’s unique magnetic click-to-connect system just got a little bigger with their new Toolbox storage bag. Designed to click into their existing mounts, it zips open for easy access to your tools, tube, phone, cash… or all of the above.

The Toolbox has internal mesh pockets and soft-lined dividers to keep screens safe… and tools from rattling around. It uses a waterproof material to keep your cargo dry, too.

fidlock toolbox quick connect magnetic bike tool storage with bolt on bike mount

It comes with the Bike Base, which bolts into standard water bottle cage mounting holes. To attach the case, just press it into the base from most any angle and the magnets will pull it into position. Fidlock’s Twist-to-release design captures it and holds it in place over bumps and drops, but allows for quick and easy removal with a simple twist.

Already used up all your bottle bosses? Strap their universal fit “Uni Fit” base to any tube on your bike.

fidlock toolbox quick connect magnetic bike tool storage holds tubes wallet phone and more

The Fidlock Toolbox measures 195mm (L) x 89mm (H) x 92mm (W) and has a 500ml capacity. Retail is $49.99 with Bike Base and $62.99 with Uni Base, available now, along with their updated Twist water bottles, which get removable dirt cover flip tops to keep your spout clean on muddy rides.

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Ben Tinson
Ben Tinson
2 years ago

It’s the size that puts me off. It just looks ugly as it’s so large. Different size options would be ideal.

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