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post #1 of 8 Old 06-06-2012, 04:25 PM Thread Starter
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WHAT DO YOU GUYS THINK OF THIS GIVI CASE?

Been looking for something not too big to carry a few items every now and again.

$225 to my door seems like a GREAT deal, what say you.......


GIVI E30 Tour top case is waterproof large enough to hold a full face helmet. - Sport Tour Ltd.


Givi FZ256 topcase Fitment Kit for 2002-2006 for the Honda CB919F motorcycle. - Sport Tour Ltd.

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I have the E35 which I think was replaced by the E30, it is big enough for one full face helmet with almost nothing else. I rarely put my helmet inside, it is great to have the storage and not too big. I ran that for a season before I added my E41 side cases.

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Hi, I use a Chinese knock-off of a Givi box on a Givi frame - very happy.

Mine is big enough to hold my helmet if I need to leave it with the bike, carries my briefcase on the way to work, but the great delight is taking the thing off and leaving at home when it's not required...returning the bike to a somewhat nicer profile.

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Hi, I use a Chinese knock-off of a Givi box on a Givi frame - very happy.

Mine is big enough to hold my helmet if I need to leave it with the bike, carries my briefcase on the way to work, but the great delight is taking the thing off and leaving at home when it's not required...returning the bike to a somewhat nicer profile.
Where do you get them at?

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Where do you get them at?
Here's a start:
*NEW* 43L Motorbike / Scooter Storage Top Box | Trade Me

But I think the geography is going to defeat you...

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Where do you get them at?
The brand on mine is "Wanshile" and they are mentioned here:

A-10 Motorcycle Tail Box products, buy A-10 Motorcycle Tail Box products from alibaba.com

I don't know if you can find a local importer....good luck!

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Don't know if you got one already, but I have the E300 and love it.

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Plus the mounting bracket makes strapping items with a mesh strap to the back seat a breeze.

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