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Givi E450 Simply Monolock Top Case

The E450 is one of the most spacious cases in the Monolock range (with 45 liters maximum capacity). Equipped with a wide reflector, it is characterized by its modern design and by its proven automatic opening/detaching system. The Monolock system only requires you to turn the key and press the red button to open or remove the top case from the the bike. 


  • Plastic construction
  • Holds 2 helmets
  • Dimensions: 22" L x 16.7" W x 12.7" H
  • Capacity: 45 liters
  • Max load: 6.6 lbs
  • Empty weight: 8.47 lbs

Note: All Monolock top cases include a universal plate.

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Givi E450 Simply Monolock Top Case 4.8 5 9 9
Easy to use, functional Wanted a moderately sized case, big enough for at least one helmet but not too large for bike. Was easy to install and does the job, also good backrest for passenger. September 15, 2014
Top notch! Excellent product especially considering the price and that it comes with the mounting plate and hardware that are sometimes optional. (Speaking of options, it can also be had with a brake light kit and a passenger backrest.) The trunk is easily removed with the simple turn of a key and then used as luggage which is incredibly useful when you don't need it on the bike such as when off-roading. I have a 2013 Honda CRF250L with a ManRacks rear rack. The hardware didn't quite fit the design of that rack so I bought two pieces of steel at the local hardware store and drilled the appropriate holes in them. Installation took less than an hour (including the trip to the store) so I really can't complain. As far as durability is concerned, I've only had this for two weeks so I really can't say yet. June 12, 2014
great and stable case (lightweight) can only say good things about this top case. Easy to mount on my Tiger Triumph and does the job of holding my bag and two full face helmets without the Bluetooth navi. Just installed the intercom systems and will have to see if the helmets still fit. I have some trouble at times opening the secured lid as one has to hold down the lid slightly and then disengage the hook that keeps it from accidentally opening by itself but otherwise a great case for the money! Ride safely! February 3, 2014
Great Product, plenty of space Fast shipping, the product is high quality and fits my Piaggio BV500 perfectly. January 13, 2014
Good case Nice to have the luggage space, and it was also the cheapest way to get a backrest on the bike. August 19, 2013
Biggest topcase you can put on a scooter! My Honda Elite 80 is a fun scooter, but it needs storage space. I was looking around to find out what I could mount on this where I could store my helmet and a textile jacket while it's parked during the day, and I kept hearing good things about Givi. Shad cases are less expensive, but you have to buy a mounting kit separate. I had questions about installation and returns, so I emailed Revzilla customer service. They got back to me in an hour or two, with useful answers. When I asked if I could just open the box to see if the mounting plate would fit (because Givi's instructions are a bit lacking online) he said I could still return it. I ordered the case at around 3 PM on a Thursday afternoon. It was delivered by 4 PM on Friday. As in, THE NEXT DAY. In 25 hours. Since I live in NJ and they ship from the Philly area, it was quick as the dickens. I was stunned at how fast the free shipping was. It took a few minutes to find where on the mounting plate I could put the bolts and brackets to mount it, but once I IDed them, it was just a large Allen key and crescent wrench to tighten everything in. After trial and error I had the mounting plate in the right position, and I clipped the trunk in place with zero issues. After I figured out the weird means of latching the trunk closed, it was second nature. There's zero issues with visibility, which is a pleasant surprise given that it's a 45-liter top case. It's easy on and off, and it looks like I can still have my wife ride 2-up with me while it's on. I definitely recommend this case even for tiny scooters like mine. If you've got a 5" by 6" rear rack you'll do just fine. You can still grab the grab bar to maneuver the scooter should the need arise. For the price I paid, it's a darn fine bang for the buck. Seriously, get this for your scooter and carry ALL the stuff! June 28, 2013
keep yo junk in yo trunk! I bought this mainly for commuting. Saves me from schlepping my helmet in & out of the office while wearing motorcycle pants. I think it's about as big as I'd want to go visually for my bike (bonneville t100). I can throw my work bag in it, then when i get to work my helmet, pants, gloves fit nicely in the trunk, locked & safe. The installation was very easy. I'd already bought the givi rack, but the way this is made it will easily attach to any sort of metal luggage rack. All the hardware is provided, and the mounting plate too. I guess Givi makes a sturdier model (Monokey version), and if i were carrying heavier things, i'd probably lean more toward that one. But i think for most people this should be fine. Bonus: unlike the Monokey, this Monolock includes the mounting plate. Plus, it's a good $100 or so cheaper. That's not insignificant. I found it online for ~$5 cheaper than at Revzilla, but Revzilla matched the price (thanks guys!). I'd recommend it for anyone who wants to try a top case. It's a very convenient thing to have as a commuter. October 23, 2012
Ample, affordable top case. I already had a 30L Givi monolock case on my Vstrom but wanted a little more space. Instead of buying a larger monokey case, which uses a different mounting plate, I decided to get the largest monolock case available. That way, I could switch back and forth as needed between the larger and smaller cases. The 45L E450 is not quite the largest monolock but it is the best bang for the buck, IMO. The E470 is slightly larger (47L) but the extra 2 liters is in the shape of the lid - they use the same lower 1/2. I didn't feel 2 extra liters was worth an extra $45. The E450 is sturdy and roomy enough to hold my Shoei RF1100, Olympia Moab jacket and a few other smaller items. I purchased the basic matte black version, which is durable and hard-wearing. The red plastic pieces are not reflectors, however. They are lenses. You can add reflective material behind them or purchase a separate lighting kit. I already have additional lighting on the back of my bike, so I simply added some reflective decals to the back of the case. Also, the silver/grey trim on the bottom 1/2 are optional stickers that come with the case. My only concern so far is the stiffness of the latch mechanism. Their is a push-to-latch tab, which can be a bit of a trick to latch sometimes. I suspect that this is because the case is brand new. I suspect it will latch more easily as time passes and I use it more. One thing is certain: when it's latched, it's secure. I found the case a little bit cheaper on a couple of other sites, so I decided to test Revzilla's price match policy. True to their word (as always) the Revzilla team matched the competitor's price and let me use my remaining $5 in Zilla cash as well. You guys rock. April 3, 2012
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
C W: Inexpensive large box for my V-strom. I already have a monolock base on the bike, so this will be an easy upgrade May 9, 2015
William C: Great price, capacity and will fit well on my bike. Apr 25, 2015
Lori T: Best size and look for schlepping around town on my scooter. Feb 5, 2015
Chris E: Price, reputation Aug 28, 2014
Brent M: Needed something to lock my helmet and jacket while shopping, and the to carry whatever, home. Also, they sponsored the beer tent at the BMWMOA rally, so I thought I would give RevZilla my support. Aug 14, 2014
MARK F: I plan to install it on my Yamaha WR250R for errands and commuting. Will of course not use for off road! Jul 19, 2014
Marc H: Good reviews; large capacity so I can store my helmet and some gear - locked! May 15, 2014
A shopper asked: Is the top case sturdy enough that you can feel comfortable riding with your laptop and other small electronics stored inside? May 8, 2014
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Adam S: Greetings. I mounted this top case just prior to leaving on a 3200 mile trip out East last fall. In it were my DSLR camera, iPad and other items. The mounting was secure; never hesitated putting anything valuable in it for whatever the distance or speed. My only gripe about the unit is the plastic it is constructed of seems a bit on the thin and flimsy side, considering the "name" that Givi has. The lid can be flexed quite a bit, to the point where it comes close to not lining up perfectly with the latch at times. This seems to either be in the hinges or the lid itself....maybe both. However, nothing negative having to do with the attachment of the case to the bike itself, which I feel is totally rock solid. I just feel the case as a whole is a tad on the cheap side. And once the lid is latched, it's latched tight and very secure.
Good luck and safe travels.

Milwaukee, WI
May 9, 2014
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Kurt L: In short, yes. If i were taking my laptop, i'd just make sure it was in a padded case with some stuff around it in the topbox so it wouldn't bang around too much. (Lots of potholes here in Pittsburgh...)
I had my doubts at first due to the recommended weight limit... but it holds a lot more weight than that. I bought it for commuting, and throw my workbag in there. i've even carried a case of beer in there for a short trip. As long as you're not rock-hopping, it'll carry a lot of weight.
It's also water-tight, as far as I've experienced. I' only got caught in the rain a couple of times (and once in the snow), but everything inside stayed dry.
It's almost a must-have for me for commuting. I'd buy it again.
May 9, 2014
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Josh R: I commute to work with this case and keep my laptop in my backpack in the case. I also keep spare gloves, tire patch kit, and other little stuff in there. I feel very comfortable with the case AFTER I replaced the mounting hardware with a 1" x 1/8" flat steel bar I cut and drilled to replace the hooks that came with it. I also picked up 6 thicker bolts to hold the steel in place. With the sturdier hardware I've easily put over 20 lbs in it without worry. May 8, 2014
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Francisco M: Personally I think it would put the laptop in a backpack, and the other electronic.

This is because it hit against the sides of the top case.

It is of very good quality, so yes you could take it as well; I carry my iPad and camera in a backpack.

Remember that the specifications of the top case can explain that move at speed and not exceed it.
May 15, 2014
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Frank M: Yes. This is a great case and well made, but light. I have tried many cases, including BMW and Ducati cases, and feel the Givi are better made, easier to install, and less expensive. I would also recommend the Blade tech 47 which does not look much larger than the Simply, but it holds 2 helmets and looks better. May 9, 2014
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Ed U: I throw my tablet in the topcase all the time, and have carried the laptop(in its padded bag) in it with no problems. A standard dell laptop bag lays in there with not much space left over on the sides, so it won't slide around. May 9, 2014
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Dale H: Absolutely. I have one trunk on my Silverwing and now one for my ST1300. May 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: what would i need to mount this onto a 1998 honda cbr 600f? Sep 5, 2014
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Kurt L: there's a mounting plate that either comes with it or you'd have to get separately (can't remember which). The mounting plate attaches to your rear rack, then the case attaches to the mounting plate.
you'll need some sort of rack on your bike; i have a givi rack.
couldn't see the 450 on revzilla, but the 470 says it includes a universal mounting plate.
Sep 5, 2014
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Dean T: not really sure for your bike. i have a Suzuki Burgman 650. We ordered the mounting bracket for that case and bike.Only way I can see to mount it. Sep 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: What is the difference between the Monolock and the Monokey line? Apr 17, 2015
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GEORGE W: According to the Givi web site (complete with typos): "The MonoKey series are actually the top of the line series with a more substantial mount, more features, and better quality construction. The MonoLock cases are generally smaller and lighter top case with a smaller mount and lock up.You should consider MonoLock cases for “light duty” applications. Monolock cases are single skinned and of lightweight construction so they are for perfect use on scooters and small mororcycle but they are not suitable for high speed use. May 4, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have a suzuki sv1000s 2003, I'm looking for a top s case and mount/plate as well, would the Monolock Givi top case E450 with the universal mount work on my bike that's currently listed on your site or should i go for a different mount/plate? Apr 5, 2015
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Mike P: This should work so long as you have some kind of rear luggage rack that's mounted to your bike. The Monolock mount plate has wide flanged bolts and washers that you screw on to secure the plate, and if I recall correctly when I installed my Monolock it was very easy to locate the plate on the rack where everything jived nicely.

I googled a few photos of the SV1000S rear rack and you should be OK. Worst-case scenario, there's always a return policy.
Apr 6, 2015
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A shopper asked: Looking at the Givi website, they have a SR685 mounting bike specific plate for my 2012 G650GS. Will this Top case work with that plate? Aug 12, 2012
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RevZilla: The SR685 is designed to only work with Givi Monokey cases and will not work with any Monolock cases. Aug 14, 2012
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A shopper asked: I need a monolock that will hold 2 fullface helmets. May 28, 2012
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RevZilla: The E450 Topcase should fit two full face helmets up to size Large in each, as long as the helmets don't have additional ridges extending out from the shell. Modular helmets may not fit. May 31, 2012
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Matte Black 766251 E450NA In Stock: Ships next business day