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Nice side cases
Easy to open. The case key has 3 positions. 1-Locked, 2-Remove from rack (by pushing down on the key) & 3-Open the top. It's easier to remove the case from the rack by opening the top 1st & then pushing the latch down with your finger. You can then close the top & lift the case off the bottom tabs. You can put the cases on either side of your bike or rack. Very convenient with a nice fit & finish. I likey. Buy them now.
October 1, 2014
Great commuter bags.
I commute about 40 miles a day on my Vstrom and these bags work great. They are big enough to pack everything I need for my day and are small enough to get me through those tight traffic jams. They also work great for those weekend trips. They allow you to pack enough gear to be comfortable at camp and still be nimble on the back roads. Love these bags.
August 11, 2014
Great hard bags for the money
My wife bought a 2009 Kawasaki ER6n that came with Givi E46 side bags mounted. They were huge bags so we sold them and got the E22 based on reviews comparing them to the E21. The E22 are great bags, hold a lot more room than the soft bags she had on her other bike. They also look a lot nicer than those huge E46. Since she already had the Givi rack installed on the bike, these were a snap to install, literally
August 11, 2014
So far so good!
Perfect size for my ZRX1200RRRRRRRRRR! Fit and finish is great for the price too!
June 16, 2014
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Dan M: Seems like a better shape than the Givi Monokey 21 liter cases. The price seems OK as well & I can upgrade to 1 or 2 larger side monokey cases in the future.Sep 10, 2014
Michael M: Because of their smaller profile, they blend with my NC700X nicely. I need some extra storage space and the extra 22 liter per case with top opening access is perfect for my daily commuting and weekend needs.Sep 7, 2014
J I: Just the right size, and ease of use.Aug 8, 2014
Marcelo S: This is perfect for the style of my tiger 800xcJul 1, 2014
Ronald L: I have several GIVI products and am greatly satisfied with their quality and performance. Among them are the TRK cases.Jun 11, 2014
Greg S:Dave these are the first bags I have put on a bike so I am not familiar with the older style. The keys are what I would call a standard cut key. Just like what starts your bike only smaller. They send you 4 keys as well. I use my sidecase daily as a lunch box. So I am in and out of it all day. The lock and key seem to be holding up great so far.Aug 26, 2014
Andrew C:Exposed teeth. I bought the e21's, but exchanged them for 22's because the red button that pops them off the rack did not work. Happy with them. Back to keys. No they aren't like car keys.Aug 26, 2014
Matthew L:The e22 have a new angular shape so it makes a clean line with my seat. My buddy has the e21 and they have a rounder symmetrical shape. They function the same and are only 1 L apart. I like the looks of the e22 better. I also found it nice to have a big flat platform across the passenger seat for when I really load the bike down.Sep 23, 2014
Dan M:Mike D, I've never owned the E21 bags. So I can't compare them. I can only say that I bought these because they looked a little larger & had a more box like shape. Which I thought would be better to carry things in. 1 liter larger isn't a whole lot but the shape might make a difference. IMHO DanSep 23, 2014
Christopher M:Besides the 1 liter per bag size advantage, the E 22 are newer and more modern looking. Construction wise, having had both, they are of an identical quality. The E 22's simply look better on more modern bikes that have an angular look rather than the more rounded look of the E 21.Sep 23, 2014
Dan M:Yes you need the key to open them & to remove them from the frame. You can turn the key part way & press it inward to open the latch to take the case off without opening the case as well. Pushing the key down this way is difficult. I recommend turning the key all the way to open the top & pushing the latch release down with your finger. Then close the case & lift it off the two bottom tabs by the handle. And away you go.Sep 23, 2014
Dan M:It better. That's why they're called monokey cases. I plan on buying at least 1 larger left side monokey case in case I'm needing more space than these can provide. I might even spring for a set of them.Sep 23, 2014
Benjamin W:Your best bet might be to ask Givi directly. Not all Monokey cases are created equal, as I found out the hard way (had to exchange the V35 cases for the E22Ns to fit the PLR750 rack).Jul 3, 2014