The most attractive thing is the relatively low price.
IMO nothing special for the rear and top-tube bags. The frame pack looks ok.
What I’ve seen interesting, is the front (handlebar) bag that has built-in spacers. This is a good move, as often the handlebar bag does clash with the brake/gear cables or may even stay too close to the brake levers.
I still find the Apidura a good compromise for low weight/decent price/waterproofing/capacity.
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