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Old 06-06-2013, 06:51 AM   #1
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Nomada Cases vendor thread

Hi all!

Nomada Cases checking in from Poland.



We just launched our new online store and it’s a great moment to join the the fun in the vendors section.

We did our best to make the shopping experience easier for international clients. Hope you like it, we appreciate your feedback for further improvements.

We've also set up a website where we share some insights regarding the technical aspects of packing your bike and choosing the panniers. Aluminiumpanniers.com

This year we’ve been really busy building new products for the most demanding adventure riders.


New pannier system for the BMW R1200GS LC
The exhaust cut reduces the width of the system by 10 cm
Available in 3 size choices: 2x31L, 2x38L or 2x45L
Details:
holan.pl/gb/65-r-1200gs-lc


New pannier system for the 2013 KTM Adventure 1190
Available in 2 size choices:
31L (with exhaust cut) + 38L width of set 92cm
38L (with exhaust cut) + 45L width of set 100cm
Details: http://holan.pl/gb/137-1190-adventure-r





Stay tuned and happy riding!



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Old 06-14-2013, 01:04 AM   #2
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Introducing the Mini Adv Box

Hi!

Maintaining your bike's center of gravity as low as possible is a crucial part of packing your luggage. You can read a post on the topic on our blog.

We have launched a new product to help you achieve it.

The "Mini Adv Box" is a handy container that can be mounted underneath all Nomada panniers. It's great for carrying tools, first aid kit or a fuel canister.



A top seal protects the bottom of the pannier from any damage.

It comes in 6 sizes. Check it out here:
holan.pl/gb/nomada-pro-panniers/3914-mini-adv-box-for-nomada-pro-panniers


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Old 06-14-2013, 03:09 AM   #3
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What's going on with Super Tenere cases and mounts? I tried to get some from the US importer but was told they weren't available.

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Old 06-17-2013, 01:16 AM   #4
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Hi Dan

Unfortunately the Super Tenere cases and mounts won't be availbale until August.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

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Old 08-05-2013, 02:01 AM   #5
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PRO pannier system (for REMUS ex.) for KTM 1190 Adv / R

Summer update from Nomada:

Dedicated system for KTM 1190 owners with REMUS exhaust

With this exhaust motorcycle reaches the narrowest possible width with the panniers.





Available dimensions:
2x 31L - 87cm
2x 38L - 95cm
2x 45L - 103cm

For details visit:
holan.pl/gb/1190-adventure-r
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Old 11-17-2013, 09:07 AM   #6
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Clear anodized

Wondering if guys have plans to release a clear anodized cases? Im finding it a bit cumbersome that while spec'n out the Nomada cases Im trying to get quotes from local shops for anodizing. Is there a reason clear anodized isnt an option?
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Old 11-22-2013, 02:58 AM   #7
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Hi Otherworld

We think that instead of anodizing itís better to make the pannier from polished aluminium. Even if it gets scratched it will not be as noticeable.

We aren't fans of anodized panniers. They are difficult to repair because the layer has to be removed before welding. (If there is such a need after a crash which damages the joints). They also get scratched very easily and as you know Enduro riders donít always use the highways :)

Waht is your take on the matter?


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Wondering if guys have plans to release a clear anodized cases? Im finding it a bit cumbersome that while spec'n out the Nomada cases Im trying to get quotes from local shops for anodizing. Is there a reason clear anodized isnt an option?
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Old 11-24-2013, 02:08 PM   #8
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Hi Otherworld

We think that instead of anodizing itís better to make the pannier from polished aluminium. Even if it gets scratched it will not be as noticeable.

We aren't fans of anodized panniers. They are difficult to repair because the layer has to be removed before welding. (If there is such a need after a crash which damages the joints). They also get scratched very easily and as you know Enduro riders donít always use the highways :)

Waht is your take on the matter?

Hmmmm.... wasnt aware of the welding issues and had actually thought anodizing would provide better scratch protection -thank you for the clarification. Really, after better protection from oxidization. So are the coloured panniers (white, black, grey) then powder coated? If so, do the same welding issues arise, or is it simply a matter of sanding off the coating to perform the repair?
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Old 12-14-2013, 04:42 AM   #9
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Hi

Our panniers are powder painted with a very scratch resistant structural paint.

Answering your questions:

Anodizing is an expensive process and can also lead to weakening the pannier.

The pannier wall is 2mm thick. Anodizing reduces the width and powder painting increases it. If the anodized pannier gets scratched the whole surface has to polished which further decreases the thickness of the pannier wall. After that the pannier can be anodized which again takes off the thickness.

With powder painted panniers even if the surface gets scratched:
a) It can be painted partially with corrector paint
b) if the scratch does not have sharp edges it doesn't have to be polished
c) repainting is much cheaper than anodizing

If the pannier gets smashed and needs welding in the case of anodized panniers the area of the welding will change color. With painting this doesn't matter.

I hope we could help with the explanation.

Find more pannier insights at: Aluminiumpanniers.com

Happy riding

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Old 05-18-2014, 01:54 PM   #10
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I will need the Holan Nomada Pro panniers in Aluminum with black lids and a 25L top case to match for a F700GS. end of May I will put in the order. How long will it take to get to Wyoming?
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Old 05-23-2014, 01:46 AM   #11
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Hi Rharrod

Please order directly from our US distributor: ADV Motorrad
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