The E300 is a smaller topcase offered by Givi. With a 30 liter luggage capacity, this case complements the small size of the Givi E21 and E36 sidecases. Note that this topcase features the Givi Monolock design, which means it must be used with a special fitting plate (included) designed to fit onto flat tubular-style topracks. Fitting to other types of luggage racks may require custom fabrication and a trip to the hardware store. This case will not fit standard Givi Monolock racks (Wingrack or Monorack) without the use of another special fitting plate (not included). Will not fit most Givi E-series topracks.
The E300 is an ideal small topcase, as it can hold one full face helmet or 30 liters of other gear. It also accepts an optional integral taillight for additional safety. Although originally designed for scooters, the E300 topcase works well with any motorcycle. The combination of the E21 Cruiser sidecases and the E300 topcase makes for one of the smallest three-case Givi combination, ideal for discreet applications on cruisers or sportbikes. Of course, these cases are equipped with the same system that allows the bags to be opened, locked, and removed with only one key.
maximum load: 3 kg
volume: 30 litres
size: 300 x 400 x 410 mm (height x depth x width)
Rated 4 out of
Yamaha Vino 125 from
Sturdy Case for a ScooterInstalled onto a Yamaha Vino 125. Unfortuntely with Yamaha's gas cap location the case must be removed every time you fill-up. Removal is easy, but a lot of force is required to reattach the case to the Monolock plate. The best technique I found is to hug the luggage rack and push down with your chest onto the case so they are both pushing towards each other. Otherwise the luggage rack bends and it doesn't snap into place. Installation was easy with the supplied hardware, and the white case matches my white scooter pretty well, although it is a matte finish. A full-size helmet with visor fits in no problem.
Date published: 2013-01-29
Rated 4 out of
The Admiral from
Meets all my expectationsI have it mounted on a 1983 Yahama 180cc scooter. It is lightweight, but holds lots of items for short trips or shopping