Log In / Register
Cart (0) Checkout
We're sorry, but this product has been discontinued and is no longer available for sale.
Closeout!
Givi E45 Economy Monokey Luggage Case
Zoom
  • Matte Black

Please select a to check availability, or to add this item to your Shopping Cart or Wish List.

Color:

Select qty:
Your Price
$165.00
Please select a to view availability.

Video Reviews (2)

Givi E45 Economy Monokey Luggage Case Videos

Givi E45 Economy Monokey Luggage Case

The E45 cases are classic in style. They have a durable finish which makes them ideal for use on dual sport bikes whilst the conventional style would also compliment any older model bike. The E45 cases are great for use as side cases or as a top case. As with all the cases in the Monokey range 1 key can be used to lock/unlock the case or remove the case from the mount. The E45 case is available in flat black only no painted finishes are available. Accessories for this case include a choice of back pad, and an inner liner.

  • The Economic version does not include document holder, elastic retaining, or reflective exterior sticker
  • Dimensions: 22"L x 16.3"W x 12"D (56.0 x 41.3 x 30.3 cm). 
  • Capacity: 45 liters. 
  • Max. load: 22 lbs
Write a Product Review for a chance to win our monthly $100 giveaways.
Givi E45 Economy Monokey Luggage Case 4.7 5 28 28
best for two-up riders I got this box primarily for use as a helmet(s) storage for me and my wife. It fits two full face helmets perfectly without having to cram it in. Also, when I commute for work I can fit my helmet and my riding jacket easily.Also, since I have Givi side racks I can use these boxes as sideboxes and they don't look too bad if you squint you eyes really hard. They do add a lot to the width of the bike when you do that and will definitely hurt your highway comfort, especially if it's a lighter bike like mine. I only use these boxes as panniers for camping trips and I pack light so despite the size they don't add much weight.I have to warn you though... these boxes are huge. If you have three of them on, as a top box and panniers, you could probably use your bike as a pontoon boat. But if size is what you want, these are the boxes. The best thing about thim, in my opinion is that they aren't as space-age looking like most of Givi's other boxes, which is a good thing. It's very boring and simple and doesn't catch unnecessary attention.The built quality is good. I can't complain about it at all. The plastics are well engineered to minimize flex and it's very sturdy for its weight, which is fairly light. It won't withstand a heavy fall, but then think about it this way... you could very cheaply replace them than pay a bunch to fix the aluminum ones your crushed.If you are a pure funtion-oriented guy like me you won't mind it's lack of looks. It's cheap. It works. It's simple. Two helmets December 18, 2013
Solid, big case that doesn't break your wallet I've had this case for most of the summer season mounted on the center givi rack on my v-strom. The case fits my helmet and extra gear easily. It does say that it fits two helmets, but that would be a very tight fit. My helmet has some gopro camera mounts on the sides and a headset mount which prevent another full-faced helmet from sharing the space. It is easily removable as well. In short: big and cheap. Note: mounting kit is separate, but easy to install. November 11, 2013
Givi E45 - BANG FOR YOUR BUCK hard cases These puppies get the job done. They're not pretty, but they're functional. I have E21 hard cases on my B1200N for day-to-day commuting, etc. But doing two-state jaunts regularly without significant cargo space was getting to me. They snap onto my already existing Givi side racks specific to the Bandit (http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/givi-pl523-tubular-sidecase-racks-gsf1200-bandit-00-05), so installation literally took 3s. As I mentioned, you're paying for functionality rather than a nice rack... They do their job and well. I pack a spare helmet (Nolan N90 XL), spare riding shoes, and a hoodie in one side. In the other, clothing and toiletries for 5 days travel. For longer stints, the N90 goes under a web and more clothes go into the case. 4500mi on them and they're rock solid. They keep my stuff dry, clean, safe, and secure. November 6, 2013
Best Hard Case Value, PERIOD I have been using the OEM KLR 650 Tail Bag, but this has it beat by miles for security and capacity. My wife loves the fact it acts as a fixed backrest--and we don't use the accessory back pad. It swallows two helmets, a helmet and my riding jacket; I've used it for groceries. At 45l you can fit a ton, and its all lockable. No, it isn't metal and super rugged looking, but I assure you it will do all you expect and more! GREAT VALUE!! October 28, 2013
Great top case--good value! I replaced a Coocase S50 topcase with this Givi topcase. The Givi provides more flexible mounting options to my top rack (doesn't require a dedicated adapter plate) and can also serve as a side case with the AltRider Givi mount kit. Fits my helmet and jacket when I'm off the bike and easily takes my briefcase and civilian shoes for commuting. September 16, 2013
Its OK but expected the basics to be better For the money it is a good case...not great...just Good. The thing that I'm most disappointed with is the latch on the clam shell. With it closed and locked i was able to pull the latch off the lip with just my fingers and not a lot of effort. Is it a huge problem? It is if you consider that locking function a security issue. Another thing that I wasn't please with was the red piping tape around the case...out of the box mine was pulled away and hanging off the case. Not a huge deal, but still needs to be mentioned. The case does have enough room for a weekend trip which is great. Big enough for my helmet, rain gear and two days of shirts, shorts and such. Over all my opinion is that the case is acceptable, but I will not be purchasing another E-Series case. September 8, 2013
Probably the best bang for the buck out there Pleased with the quality and ease of use. I did not like the red pin stripe, but when my case arrived one end of the pin stripe tape was hanging loose, so I pulled it right off. It now looks much better on my bike. Revzilla matched a slightly better price I had seen on-line, and applied my Zilla cash from an earlier order. Very quick delivery. September 2, 2013
Not bad for the money! I love the size, easily holds what you need for a few weeks on the road. They are tough too, my Bandit got knocked over and it barely scuffed finish. My only complaint is it is not water proof...it's barely water resistant. August 26, 2013
2 3 4 next>>
Use our Product Q&A for a chance to win our monthly $100 giveaways.

Have a functionality, fit, or otherwise product-specific question about the Givi E45 Economy Monokey Luggage Case? Ask it here! If you have a customer service or shipping question, please direct it to our Customer Service department.

Givi E45 Economy Monokey Luggage Case
Already Asked: 5 Questions, 15 Answers
Sort by:
RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Mark O: I wanted an economical top case that would fit two helmets. This plain Jane GiVi did the trick. Dec 16, 2013
Nathan S: Holds two helmets and it doesn't break the bank. Nov 28, 2013
Johnnie B: Givi equipment is great! Nov 4, 2013
Matthew W: This case seems to offer the most storage and utility combined with the heavy duty Monokey system, at the most affordable price amongst top cases. Oct 11, 2013
Michael S: I can lock my briefcase w/ computer inside, then store my Helmet, Jacket and Gloves when I reach my destination, without having to watch my bike every second! Plus it is flat enough on top to put my Soft Tailbag, or Camping Gear on top of it, if I ever want or need to! Sep 10, 2013
Matthew M: Value vs storage space and the quality associated with Givi products and all of the great reviews Sep 7, 2013
John H: Big enough to hold my helmet, jacket, gloves, and rain gear! Aug 11, 2013
A shopper asked: Will it fit a xr 650 l 2009? Oct 2, 2013
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Dennis G: It will fit on any bike that can mount the GIVI universal MONOKEY mount and / or any bike that has a specific GIVI monokey mount made for it. Be aware that the case is very wide, deep and tall but looks / fits great on my Tiger 800 XC fitted to an Altrider tail rack. Oct 3, 2013
Reply to Dennis Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Dakota K: if you get the correct mounting bracket, purchase a bike specific mount from revzilla, you can't go wrong. Revzilla will call you back to work out exactly what you need. Oct 7, 2013
Reply to Dakota Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Nicholas M: Sorry unable to answer mine was for a dl-650. Check the givi international site. Oct 3, 2013
Reply to Nicholas Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
A shopper asked: does this come with a generic mounting plate? I have a flat metal plate (motooverland) already mounted on my F800 that I could bolt any generic mount to. Feb 8, 2012
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Heath1: The mounting kit and the case are sold separately. I bought the mounting kit that was specific to my bike. I read a few reviews on the internet that it was best to stay away from the generic mounting kits. I hope this answer helps you with your question. Feb 27, 2012
Reply to Heath1 Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
RevZilla: The Givi MonoKey cases do not come with any mounting hardware. For this type, a bike specific mounting kit is needed. However, for Givi MonoLock cases, a universal mounting plate will be included. May 3, 2012
Reply to RevZilla Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Michel W: No mount comes with this case, givi does sell a generic mount you could buy. Apr 19, 2013
Reply to Michel Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
A shopper asked: Is there a list of older bikes the mounting hardware will fit? 1991 CB 750 Sep 16, 2013
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
David Y: You should contact Givi about such a list. Sep 17, 2013
Reply to David Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
A shopper asked: Non-economy version: http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/givi-e45-monokey-luggage-case

The product description and pictures are the same for both but the non-economy version is priced higher. What is the difference?
Nov 2, 2011
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Chris K: The Economy version does not include a document holder, elastic retaining straps, or reflective exterior sticker. Nov 3, 2011
Reply to Chris Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Matte Black 760888 E45NJ Out of Stock