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Polaris New Eva Pod Plus

The EVA pod’s bigger brother! Designed to take all wheel sizes with a host of features to keep any of your steads safe in transit.

Features:

  • Designed to take all wheel sizes (26”, 650b, 29er, 700c)
  • Numerous pull handles for ease of use
  • Built in high quality, detachable, padded wheel bags
  • Lock-friendly eyelet for when you have to leave the pod unattended
  • Rugged reinforced wheels
  • Flat sided for easy fit in vehicles and for easy packing
  • Length: 1160 external, 1150 internal
  • Height: 920 external, 910 internal
  • Depth: 240 external, 230 internal
  • Weight: 11.4 kg

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  • Colour: Black
  • Clothing Size: One Size
  • Gender: Male
  • AgeGroup: Adult
 
Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Too big Bought the thing mainly for taking the bike with me to Canary Islands since I go there often, really big, I can fit a 54cm road bike, all my kit, a track pump and still have planty of space fot reinforcements. The Bike got there and back safely (deraileur hanger got a bit bent on the way back though) so I guess it did it's main job. There are quite a few points tough... "Too big" unless you're taking a DH bike with you I'd go for a slightly smaller one, the size is good for putting stuff in BUT since the case its not completely rigid it, the big area of the sides means there is a considerable "play" on the pod, which is certainly unnerving. I made some Polystyrene reinforcements to place as "frames" inside the bag at certain points to reduce that play, but it really shouldn't be necessary to do this There are literally zero instructions on how to place the bike, which one is the optimal position, how to put the handlebars or any instruction/suggestion about anything really, It's not difficult to figure it out, but a detail which makes you play around with the bike for a while before deciding how to place it. There is zero padding for he frame and fork inside the bag, at least a thin layer of foam at each side would have been appreciated. There is zero provision for securing things other than the bike inside the pod, there are stripes attached to the narrow sides of the pod to secure the frame of the bike, but with so much unused volume, I'm thinking about something like a few bands of industrial strength Velcro to secure things (e.g tack pump) With the pod in the ground, the side that goes on he floor is the side with the cassette of the rear wheel, which makes it unstable and after just one trip it started to peel out a bit (from scraping the floor) if you put the bag the other side up then the bike is "hanging from the top of the pod" Then again it might be the right position but since there are zero instructions... Once loaded, it's an absolute horrible to drag. I'm 1.80m and the handles at the side of the pod could hardly be in a worse position for dragging it while loaded. I'm talking about walking 5 minutes and having to stop to shake the hand and arm. And I'm a decently fit guy who climbs frequently so not weak hands, it's just in a horrible angle to drag it around (a shoulder strip would probably help) As a pro, being so bit it basically requires 2 people to move and get into places, so less chance of being mistreated by baggage handlers at airports since it's basically impossible to throw around. 09 October 2014
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Will the bag fit an XL 650b?

I have a XL frame Bronson.
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Yes, this pod should accept all wheel sizes and take an XL Bronson frame without any issue.
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It will almost fit a tandem :D If it can't fit on this one I wouldn't know where it would fit.
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Je voudrais connaitre les dimensions intérieures de la polaris SS14 et son poids, merci
Ferme-t-elle à clé et est-elle rigide ou semi-rigide?
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Les dimensions de ceta rticles sont:
1160mm x 866mm x 260mm et son poids est de 11.70kg.

Il ne ferme pas à clé, mais vous pourrez y mettre un cadenas. Cet article est semi-rigide.
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With all bikes when using this POD; both wheels have to be removed, pedals, handlebars and the seatpost removed or lowered fully (depending on frame style).
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what weight ?

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11.7kg approx
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Yes this bike will fit but will as this is a travel bag; it will require being dismantled before packing.
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Yes; this bag will accept a Giant ISP Frame without any trouble. We tried a 50cm ISP Defy (linked below) and it had plenty of room. Internal height is over 90cm so your 85cm rig should be fine.
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