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Oxford Top Box
The Oxford Top Box is a sleek and modern storage solution for keeping up to two helmets on your bike.
- Supplied with universal fitting kit and base
- Anti-tamper mechanism for removing from base plate
- Made from high impact plastic
- Built-in reflector
- 24L (6.3 gallons) Fits 1 helmet
- 44L (11.6 gallons) Fits 2 helmets
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Reviews & Questions
I bought this 44L Oxford as a lightweight replacement for the 49L monster that came with my '05 BMW R1200RT. I've used Oxford tank bags and heated grips for years and have always found their products to well made and an excellent value. This top case is both.
This is a no-frills product. With the top case you get a universal plastic base plate, a bag of cad-plated metric hardware, two keys and minimal instructions. Build quality and finish are very good. The case has a decent lock and attaches to the base plate with a 6mm "wing bolt" that screws through the bottom of the case. The carry handle is a simple, fairly shallow lip molded into the case. The combination makes it a clumsy business to remove the case when loaded if you want to carry it into your room at night. Best leave it on the bike.
My two build quality grumbles: The large "reflector" in the lid is very visible in daylight but does not reflect very well at night, a common problem on most low end (and some high end!) cases. Also, the lid could latch down a little tighter.
Mounting the base plate will be the biggest challenge for most and will be more or less difficult depending on the type of luggage carrier you're fitting to. On the RT I was able to fabricate some aluminum brackets that mimic the OEM cases front tabs, as well as a simple rear bracket. An hour's work produced a clean, solid and simple, slide-in mount that fits like stock and removes in 2 minutes with just 2 screws.
Once on the bike the case sits firmly on the base plate. It's well styled and looks sharp on my RT, more integrated than the boxy BMW trunk. On the road its light weight and narrow, aerodynamic profile do not affect the bike's handling at all and it does not block the view rearward in the mirrors.
I haven't used it in the rain or on a dusty road so I can't comment on the the lack of lid seals. However, at this price, I don't really care: My wife has her backrest and a place for her fleece clothing without messing up my RT's handling or appearance. I'm happy!
you will need to drill into your stock rack on the vstrom 2007 wee 650. i made two holes. the piece that mounts to the bike has diangonal vents that your bolts go through and so i had to drill away 2 section towards the seat to make access to the stock factory bolts.
ive had it for about 2 weeks now. i was worried it would not fit two large helmet but it does in face hold 2 large helmets.
large SS 2500 lunatic fringe helmet
and a XL modular helmet made by bilt
as well as a L icon full face helmet.
if someone really wanted to open the case im sure a crow bar would get it done. if im gonna for long periods of time i will not store anything expensive in the top case and will actually take my helmet with me if i feel im in a bad part of town.
i accidentally locked both sets of keys in the case and had to pitch the case up in the area and jam my fingers in between the lid and bottom and just barely had a enough room to shake them out without damaging anything so i would say the case is quite durable as long as you regulary check things like the hinges.
it will bounces around alittle bit mounted on the bike when empty but what i did was throw a mouse pad between the mount and the topcase and it no longer makes noise or moves
ive met a few who have givi topcase and when i show them my case they feel jibbed! but the mounting and monokey is obviously the only difference beside cosmetic differences
to mount the case you just slip the plastic tab on the case into the provided mount slot and then insert a allen bolt with hinge pieceand twist until tight.
i ended up replacing the bolt with a quarter inch longer no hinge allen bolt after the one provided would not stay put
hope this helps out alot of people looking for a cheap storage container with a lock.
Hinges fell apart in less than a month of minimal use. Pin fell out somewhere. Guess I will try to pound a short strip of coat hanger in it to get it back together.
Not waterproof. May bead off water in light conditions, but large air gap in between top and botoom.
You get what you pay for.
I've doubled the weight limit, remove it every time I take a passenger, and generally beat it against the door each time I push the bike in the shed.
The only con I have is that washers that bolt it to the mounting plate were too small and didn't have much bite. I went ahead and used them anyway and have not had a problem.
The universal mounting plate did work out on my V-Strom Adventure but it took very creative planning on my part to get it mounted up. If you are looking for easy bolt-on-and-go this is not the product for you.
The top case does not interfere with the lids of the side cases. If I had gone to a larger size I would need to remove the top case to get the side cases open all the way.
Too early to review durability and yes it is a flexible plastic.
The base plate was not easy to install on the rack on my 2005 Triumph Tiger. It may be easier to install on other bikes. Once it is on, it is really easy to remove and put back on the top case. I thought it might affect the handling, but I don't notice any difference. I even stopped to make sure it was still there during my first ride because I expected some feedback from it.
Overall it seems to be a good product and fantastic for the price. The only feature I wish it had was a way to open it without the key. If it is closed it is locked. My last bike had an older givi monokey top case. I think this is the same or better quality.
11 months ago
Is this easy to remove? Is this a complicated install?
After the supplied mounting plate is installed the case is easy to remove and install with the supplied threaded "knob". I will also say the size dimensions of this case is ideal to the size of your GS. Anything bigger and it looks to bulbous as well as you will feel its dimensions in the twisty bits.
I added net shaped drawer liner in the bottom to keep my stuff from sliding around and 1/4 inch thin weather stripping around the bottom half clam shell surface to improve weather seal resistance.
Once the baseplate is attached to the bike, it is moderately simple to remove the box from the bike. This leaves a nice platform behind. It is easy to bungee odd shaped items to the baseplate.
It came with 2 pieces of channel steel with a gazillion elongated holes so I was able to work out a combination to get it to fit the rear rack on my V-Strom. The hardware supplied is adequate but I did end up rummaging through my nuts and bolts cabinet to find a better fit.
The box itself is then slid into place with two tabs and the last part is a threaded knob to hold it down to the rack. The knob did back out after about 500 miles. Easily corrected using low strength Vibra-Tite so it now acts more like a friction fit knob.
And is 6.6 pounds really the "standard" for load limit for something this size? I guess if all you're thinking about is 2 helmets that's fine, but my laptop along weighs more than that, never mind adding the charging chord/brick. I saw some of the Givi's have a 22 lb limit, but I was hoping to not have to spend $300+!
I'm fairly confident I'll be able to work something out with the luggage rack on the CTX but I'm wondering about the load limit. Does anyone know if its similar to the paultry 6.6 lbs of many of the Givis?
Many a bunch!