I was able to move 2500 miles across the country with no problems
This past month we planned to move to another state, thus the need for extra cargo space. About 2500 miles were going to be covered in the trip, which was going to Two weeks are allotted for the course of four During the two weeks preceding our move, we actually drove 5 days to our destination, with the rest being spent waiting for escrow to close on our home. I'd like it to cost under $150, as well. I am requesting a payment of $700 Trying to find reviews about soft cargo bags, I discovered a mixed bag of opinions. It seemed most of them, at least in this price range, lacked sufficient durability for trips this long. A few of them offer dubious warranties (I contacted one seller and was given ambiguous answers to my question about their warranty policy I stopped doing business with them). A carrier I discovered on Xbeek then caught my eye There are two Meefars. A cargo bag that hit all the right notes in its listing was the one I was looking for. In addition, it had a decent warranty and refund policy, which I appreciated. I was only concerned about the number of reviews and the ratings (small and mediocre) at the time of purchase. With our move rapidly approaching, I had to order a bag right now. I hoped for the best. But time ran out, and the bag was delivered quickly and arrived as shown in the first picture. On the second pic you can see what you get once the bag is opened (comes with a cargo bag, cargo mat, luggage lock, straps in case you lack a roof rack, storage bag and instructions inside). After inspecting the bag, I discovered that it is made from a thick rubber/canvas material that appears very well made. It appears that the zippers on the bag are durable and are protected by material (the orange stripe on the bag) to help keep water and rain out. It appears that there are plastic clips on the straps. Those points are reinforced so that the cargo bag is attached at those points. Everything looked like it was going to be a quality product.
Moving day knocked on the door and it was chaotic The installation went smoothly for the most part. I had no problem attaching the bag to my SUV's cargo rack because the rack had a cargo rack- There is no need to elaborate (the instructions are After packing the bag with items we couldn't transport on the moving truck, we filled it with non-transportable items. To pack items in and protect them from water in case any leaks occur, I bought several plastic storage containers. As I was trying to adjust the cargo bag straps to my roof rack, I attached the cargo bag straps. This was a problem for me since the straps were very difficult to adjust (at least It's not surprising to me that this kind of strap is commonly used to secure, for instance, I found them difficult to use and hard to set up in the case of this bag. My problem might have had to do with the material of the strap, the design of the plastic hardware, or maybe even with me, but whatever the reason is, they are proving problematic for me. All the pieces were in place and we were In the last three images, I have shown you the condition of the bag after nearly two weeks on the roof of my car and 2500 miles. As we drove, I generally kept the speed between 65 mph and 70 mph During my research, I discovered that the bag contained- I think everything is set up well. In spite of the bugs and grime of the road, the bag was perfect and did not show many Moreover, the inside of the box was as clean as it had been before I I love it! The pros and cons are as follows Among the pros This is *br1. A well-made water bottle that is very well made Materials that will resist wear and tear. The second item There is a lot of space. 3
It is durable. The cons are This is *br1. There is difficulty in adjusting the straps.
2. There was no combination to open the luggage lock, so the lock was never used. In general, I am pleased with this purchase and I would recommend it to anyone going on a trip this long or that long.
| Oct 30, 2020
The bag did not I found it easy to use right from the beginning
Added this bad boy to my trailer and it worked like a charm for 15 hours. This product deserves 4 stars because the top of the zipper does not stay down when the cover is folded over. Its zipper fronts are exposed when it blows up in the wind. didn't leak, we had 5 hours of rain on the way home and everything was dry, even after 5 hours of rain.
| Jan 30, 2021
This device is strong and easy to operate
As we sold our van and switched to an SUV, there was no more room for the camping gear in our van. It is very sturdy and easy to use. This was our solution, and it is a great product. We don't have a roof rail on our SUV so we secured the cargo with provided door hooks while we drove for three hours at 60+ mph on a highway. It worked well and there was no movement. Since the zipper is covered by a lip, the bag is There are 6 hooks in this kit, so there are two spares just in case. We only used four door hooks, but this kit came with six. Roof covers come with their own care instructions, but you should clean the roof and make sure it is dry before you place a roof cover on it. If you place it on a wet roof, it does move a bit. Overall, this is a very sturdy product and it is very simple.
| Oct 09, 2020
This was the only luggage I took on my The cracks came to my attention when I stopped for gas four hours into the 12-hour trip
The building had already developed numerous holes by the time we arrived. This is a terrible product. I would not recommend it to anyone. When I saw it was made in China, I should have known better.
| Oct 16, 2020
This is a strong and spacious room
I have no rack on my SUV. It was unsafe to roll the windows as far as they could go due to possible cracks from the travel vibration. In addition, my group of experts agreed the load needed to be secured with an additional ratchet that could be fed through the SUV. It is well protected by the zipper and is appropriate for weather conditions. It was very useful for my needs and a great storage area.
| Oct 25, 2020