What's your best value biking accessory?

Looking for Aftermarket parts and Accessories for your BMW R1200RT/R1250RT or found something useful you want to share? Or just a general question?
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garr2
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Touratech tailbag.


Same size as BMW tank bag but half the price, doesn't need to be taken off for refuelling, designed to fit perfectly onto RT LC rack, easy on/off when needed, close to auxiliary power outlet for charging phones & tablets.


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Werks Quiet Ride, Russell Day Long Seat and Bar End weights for me. I'm not sure I get 3 choices but there they are.
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Puncture repair kit, and not being stranded.
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Sprintgull
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Wunderlich cockpit bag (that's on the LC, don't know if they do a pre-LC version).  Not cheap but so useful.  After that is would be the Werks screen.  Brilliant, really enjoy having the visor open part way.
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This one.  And the rubber should be good for 20K
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stayingupright
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RTman10 wrote: This one.  And the rubber should be good for 20K

And 50% more rubber than us!
I was born with nothing and unfortunately I still have most of it left.
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stayingupright wrote:
And 50% more rubber than us!
Agreed but nearly 3 times the life, so 50% less cost
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The mini maglight that fits nicely in the U clip on the underside of the chubby box flap.
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My SW Motech 'Ion' tank bag that simply clips onto a tank-ring - small, but so handy for phone/wallet/visor cleaning tackle etc, and it has a clear pocket on top for route info if I'm not carrying my Zumo.
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