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Givi V47 Tech Monokey Top Case

The Givi V47 Tech Monokey Top Case features 47 liters of storage capacity in a stylish and modern package. Durable plastic construction, with either an aluminum silver or black carbon fiber-look top insert and smoked reflectors, complete the design while the Monokey opening/closing system is easily operable with only one hand.

Features:

  • Holds 2 helmets
  • Smoke lenses
  • Plastic construction
  • Capacity: 47 liters
  • Dimensions: 23.2" L x 17.7" W x 12.6" H
  • Max load: 22 lbs
  • Empty weight: 9.72 lbs

Note: Adapter plate and/or bike specific mounting hardware sold separately.

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Givi V47 Tech Monokey Top Case 4.7 5 13 13
Great Styling Givi is a well known brand and makes excellent products. the V47 does not disappoint. It is roomy enough for my full face modular helmet and extra stuff. It pops on and off with a turn of the key and push of a button. A great product. March 16, 2015
Great look !!!!!!! I have a BMW K1200S 2005. i was looking for a top case with a nice looking style according to my bike style. I really like the color and the design of this top case, is very light weight, when i was riding my bike i didn't feel any difference. I have to say that in order to be able to install this top case in my bike, i bought separately a full mounting system. and has to be very specific for this motorcycle. But, I'm very happy with the look of my bike with this top case February 14, 2015
Roomy and easy to use Easy to take on and off of the bracket using the key and the large button. There is a separate button near the bottom to remove the unit from the bracket. It comes with a pair of keys. So far it has made my daily commute so much easier because I bundle up in the morning and wear normal gear in the afternoon (Nor Cal) and toss all my heavy cold weather gear in the trunk on my way home. I won't likely use it too much when summer comes around because I have a NC700x and it has its own front between my legs. I will go over why I marked this trunk down in certain areas. Bang for the Buck: This trunk was one of the more affordable options. I am concerned about the latching system malfunctioning over time. The latch is a little hard to close. It takes both hands and the little lips to close it are tiny. Remember, you probably wearing gloves when you go to open it. There are little holes to add LED lights. Why sell half a product? Where are the lights? Well they are $130 and not included. While it was on the cheaper side, it was still over $250. Don’t forget you will need a mounting plate designed for your bike. Also not included for around $90-$130. Ease of install: So on my NC700X, the install was fairly simple. My bike is set up for a trunk and adding one on was really easy. The bolts needed to hold the arms on were already on my bike holding the little handle bars on the sides. I was able to purchase a set of "damaged" plate arms from Revzilla for much cheaper, it worked great thanks! Once you get the arms and the plate tightly secured, the trunk comes on and off in about 4.6 seconds. Pop the key in, turn, push release button. Now you have a plastic suitcase because the case has a handle built in. A nice touch. Performance: Like I mentioned before, the door latching system looks a little fragile. So far, it's working but I feel like last as long as my bike does. My bike has a real time MPG meter and with the trunk on my MPG drops 15-25 MPG due to the added drag from the flat backing. Even so, my NC gets amazing MPG around 50 MGP @ 70 MPH with trunk on. Not a deal breaker for me, though 60-70 MPG is way more fun. I have no way to myth bust this, I'm just going off my own observation. I can feel the added drag at highway speed. Again, no lights? Finish: Excellent! It looks great, no complaints. All good. Durability: It's doing great so far. Not a scratch. I'd improve the latch system, too hard to close. I'm afraid it will break. I hope I am wrong. Over all, I do recommend it because it really comes in handy. The ability to pull it on and off in seconds really makes this trunk an excellent choice for any bike. Maybe not a cruiser, I know you have to look super cool and all. This might look too dorky. One of these days I want to put the LED's in for more visibility. 2014 Honda NC700X February 4, 2015
Givi V47 Tech top box for '12 Vstrom 650 I looked around at many options and finally decided to give the Givi V47 Tech top box a try. I have the E52 on my ST1300 that has performed great for 6 years now with no issues at all other than a very small piece of trim breaking off. I loaded up the V47 on a fly & ride and rode 1100 miles in 2½ days through 250 miles of rain and it never had a problem at all. It locks and closes and just plain works great. I can't wait to add lighting to the box! Highly recommended! February 3, 2015
Great product with an a big problem I really like Givi luggage. I have owned other brands (coocase, cheap box from Jcwhitney, etc.) and Givi has always stood out as a good design and value proposition. I do not know if they have changed their design, but the locking mechanism on this case is subject to the elements. What I mean by that: I took a +2K mile trip through Canada this fall, and unfortunately it rained a good portion of the time. By the third day of riding, when I opened the top case to unload the top red button remained in the recessed position. It would not pop back out, and subsequently the key would not turn. The lid would not close and lock, and here I was in the middle of nowhere Canada at a campground in the rain. I took apart the locking mechanism and discovered that there was grit (sand, dirt, other road grime) in the channels that hold the button, which was creating too much friction for the button to release. I disassembled the mechanism and clean it to the best of my ability, and then lubed it with all I had; teflon based dupont chain saver. It is a dry lubricant. After two more days, the mechanism was sticking again, although not severe enough to require disassembly on the road. I was able to get it to operate smoothly after cycling it a few time. Not that it really would matter, but the trip was on paved roads (with the exception of going to and from the campgrounds). I have completely disassembled it again and cleaned it once I got home, and I have had no more problems, but I have not ridden in the rain extensively either. It looks great, it feels to be good quality, Unfortunately, I cannot recommend the product at this time based on my experience. December 15, 2014
Expensive but well-made This was the first GIVI topcase I have owned. Purchased it for both storage and for use as a passenger backrest (with the 134 backrest) when I bought a used 2006 FJR. Though I am "cheap" and think all these cases are terribly expensive, I find the quality of the Givi case to be excellent. The associated mount fit the bike perfectly and is very sturdy and the case itself clicks into place solidly. The case is well made and the lid closes securely with a great water-tight seal - reminds me of the sound you get when you close a well-made car door. I cut a couple of sheets of kitchen drawer liner to fit the bottom of the case to keep things from sliding around when inside and that worked well. If you need topcase, you can't go wrong with this Givi. November 20, 2014
Perfect for mutiple helmets or other items, like a backpack. I had two main needs, two full face helmets (L), and storage for a laptop backpack on my commute. This case nicely accommodates 2 standard, size large helmets. It also holds my laptop backpack, with room for at least another backpack on top of it if needed. It was very easy to install with the brackets for my bike and the proper mount plate. The locking mechanism is better than my prior GIVI luggage. Monokey is the way to go. Revzilla is my new favorite/preferred vendor! October 22, 2014
Few problems with install So the box is good. However i found 1 nut was missing a thread completely, had to go to hardware store to find a match. and the rubber double liner in one place is not sitting right so have to adjust it all the time otherwise lid is way too hard to shut. October 20, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
A C: Good reviews, Givi name matters. Will review after it arrives. Mar 7, 2015
Ubong A: I like the build , makes my 2010 C-14 look like a spacecraft" Feb 8, 2015
michael G: recommended by other FJR owners Feb 4, 2015
Paul E: Needed topcase. Design and color is a good match for my bike. Like Givi products too - but went with lighting kit from Admore instead of OEM. Good purchase. Case is roomy. Nov 28, 2014
Matthew N: Best looking case for the lines of my Concours 1400. Revile was awesome and got me a replacement for a case that someone had apparently locked the keys inside of! I had a replacement in hand before I had even sent the defective one back, and in plenty of time to make my trip that Friday! Way to go Revzilla!
I also installed the Admore lighting brake/running/turn light kit as well. Looks great and holds lots of stuff.
Nov 16, 2014
Gerral S: I love givi boxes. I wanted more cargo space with winter coming. Love the carbon fiber look also. Matches my carbon fiber trim on 650 strom. Thanks Rez. Oct 13, 2014
Ric M: It's a very nice looking case that holds two helmets. Oct 5, 2014
slava s: needed hard lockable top case, not too big not too small. Sep 27, 2014
Michael H: Its a really nice box love it. Well built too. It will hold two helmets. Jul 9, 2014
Jeffrey C: Chosen for the style ( should go well with my FJR1300) Jun 11, 2014
Bruce G: Like the overall shape, dimensions and styling. GIVI makes great products! Apr 4, 2014
Matthew V: I previously had a Givi E55 Maxia3 and it was well-made and durable and voluminous [okay, I had to look that up], so when I purchased a new bike I went with the V47 because it matches the lines of my new bike. Plus, there's a LED light kit for it. Feb 19, 2014
Robert B asked: Is there a mounting kit for the 2013 F800GT? Note- I intend to keep the OEM side-cases and mount. Thanks. Oct 5, 2013
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Rick D: Did you check the Givi website? They have a wider selection of brackets in Europe, as a tip.

Either way, I have really enjoyed mine. Vastly imptoves utility. No noticible drag. Girlfriend loves the backrest. Very usable space.
Oct 5, 2013
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A shopper asked: does it fit the bmw r1200 rt 2008 model? Aug 18, 2013
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Steve G: Use Givi mounting plate E193 for your R1200RT. Sep 27, 2013
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Gregory V asked: Will this case fit a Small Neotec and an X-Small Neotec Shoei helmets? Mar 29, 2015
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Alan W: My Shoei RJ Platinum (Large) with a Scalarider Bluetooth attached fits laying on its side.. I know that the Neotec is modular and mine is open faced so I don't know if it's wider. I'm very happy with the V47. Very well made and it looks much nicer than many in my opinion. Mar 29, 2015
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michael G: I would think so, I can fit my large shoe quest and my wife's small hjc without any issues, may have to play around with the angle you put them in. Mar 29, 2015
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Jason F: I have the v47 top case and it fits both a shoei gt air size large and a shoei qwest size medium at the same time. You shouldn't have a problem. Mar 29, 2015
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Anthony R: Yes, this will do the trick. There is more than enough room for both helmets. Mar 29, 2015
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Gregory V: Thanks Anthony! Mar 29, 2015
A shopper asked: I want to buy the : V47NT however nowhere on your website or or the Givi website or other online dealer websites say that mounting hardware is needed. I assume its needed but I cannot find anything even on your website either. I have a 2014/2013 BMW GS800 (same bike) QUESTIONS: 1. Does this product simply mount onto my existing BMW bolts on the top? 2. OR do you have mounting plate and hardware? If so what product #'s? 3. Does this fit my BMW Gs800? Thank you, Eric Sep 28, 2014
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Vincent G: You will need mounting hardware, that is for sure. Each manufacturer and bike has a different mechanism to mount onto their bikes to make it mount properly.

I've done some hunting for the BMW F800GS which is what it seems that you have. The result is: http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/givi-e194-top-rack-monokey-topcases-f800gs-f650gs-08

It should fit both the V47 Monokey (monokey is the type of fit, so this is a 100% guarantee it will fit the top case mount). And it states 08+ onwards for the 800GS, which is perfect since there has not been a generational update of the F800GS since it has come out.
Sep 29, 2014
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Peter W: The case does not come with mounting hardware, and there are a number of different ways to get the job done, all of which (as far as I know) require a rack or adapter plate that goes between your factory rack and the case. For example, on my bikes I use the AltRider rack in conjunction with their Givi Monokey mounting hardware kit. Givi also makes a mounting kit, but I prefer the AltRider rack for the options it provides when the case is off (Rotopax mounting, extra tie-down points, etc.).

It won't let me post links here, but a search of the Givi website under "top case mounting" for your bike shows two different options. You can search the AltRider website for their option. There are others as well.
Sep 28, 2014
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Rick D: You need to get the mounting hardware, specific for your bike, separately. If call rev or Givi NA, they will tell you which arms and base plate you need. You can also get a backrest pad for it

Great case. Waterproof, great storage capacity and hardly noticeable when riding
Sep 29, 2014
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Joseph J: Yes you need top case monorack sidearms, and a monokey top plate to mount this on your bike. Each bike has specific sidearms, so look up which one your bike needs, not all bikes have one. Sep 29, 2014
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stephen o asked: What mounting kit should I use for my 2013 FJR? May 6, 2014
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Bruce G: Unless Givi lists a specific, dedicated part number for your FJR, then you will most likely need the Universal Adapter Plate (E251). That is what I bought for my 2012 BMW F800ST.

I am not that handy so I took it to my BMW dealer and had them install it for me. It ain't comin' off! :)
May 7, 2014
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Steven C: I mounted to Triumph 1050 tiger.
I fabricated a bracket to fit SW Motec Rack.
I would go online and google your bike and Givi top. I would think someone has figured it out.
May 7, 2014
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stephen o: TThe. Give site i May 7, 2014
stephen o: SSorry, the give site is remarkably unhelpful. May 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: G'day from Down Under,

I want to fit the brake lights (GIVI E135) to this box. As it has smoked reflectors, what colour will the light be in the night time. I assume the lights are fitted behind the reflectors on either side of the GIVI logo on the box.

Will it look like a white led light?

Cheers
Shori
Jan 23, 2014
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Barry N: Although the LED body is clear, it emits red light. Google "waterclear red led" to find some images that illustrate this.

The smoke lenses on the case are sufficiently translucent such that the color is largely unaffected and of appropriate brightness. In fact, IMO, the LEDs would be too bright if it weren't for the lenses.
Jan 27, 2014
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A S: Thanks again Barry. You are a legend. I just confirmed the same with a dealer.

Cheers Jan 28, 2014
Barry N: Hi Shori,

The LEDs are red and they show through the smoke lenses pretty well. I'm very happy with mine.

If you look at the reflectors on the box closely, you may notice that there are several holes in each. The LEDs in the kit are on a strip and line up with these holes and shine through them.

Hope this helps.
Jan 23, 2014
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A S: Hi Barry,

Thanks a ton for the above info. Does the kit come with different colour LEDs? Its just that the kit does not look like it has red colour LEDs on the strip when I google image it. It looks like an orange colour strip with transparent LEDs. Someone else told me that the LEDs are white and they take the colour of the reflectors. They shine red through the red reflectors and so on.

I'm very confused now....

Cheers
Shori Jan 25, 2014
Barry N: Hi Shori,

Now I see the confusion. Yes, the LEDs themselves are clear but they emit plenty of red light, I assure you.

-Barry Jan 26, 2014
A S: If the LEDs are clear and the reflectors are smoky. Then how do they emit red light....? I got told by someone that the colour of the LEDs is the same as the white headlights of say an Audi car. Jan 27, 2014
A S: If the LEDs are clear and the reflectors are smoky. Then how do they emit red light....? I got told by someone that the colour of the LEDs is the same as the white headlights of say an Audi car. Jan 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: can I get a mounting plate for my 2006 Kawasaki KLR 650 for the Givi monokeys? Jan 20, 2015
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Carlos G: Yes. But in order to use the Givi V47 In your bike. the first step is to install an adapter plate MONOKEY model GIVI E581. Feb 3, 2015
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A shopper asked: Can the V47 case be used as a Side Case instead of a Top Box? Mar 3, 2015
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Rick D: You would have to do a lot of McGivering to try to do that. Better to buy application specific saddles.

The V47 is an outstanding top box. 47 liters is a tonne of room
Mar 3, 2015
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Joe A: This required a special mount for my ST1300 to mount on the back rack. This would be large for a side mount but with the correct bracket or mount it would work.

Thanks
Mar 4, 2015
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