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    Pictures of Various Honda NC700X Saddlebags

    I thought I'd start a picture thread showing the various saddlebags offered for our beloved NC700x. Below are some I've dragged off the Internet, and indeed some of them are from this site! My "thanks" to anyone whose pic I may have posted below! Please add your own comments if you're so inclined.

    I'm hoping others will post up pics of their saddlebag configurations on their NC700Xs, along with a few comments, and of course some brand, model and maybe pricing info.

    Firstly.... The Honda OEM accessory bags with aluminum side covers.






    Next up are some of my favorites... Givi Trekker Outbacks




    Followed by some older Givi Trekker 33 liter cases






    Next will be some Trax saddlebags




    Below are some Givi E36s, one of Givis less expensive cases, but still large enough to be practical




    And below is a pic of Givi's E45 Sidecases




    Below are some Givi E360N cases






    And here are some HepcoBecker Journey cases




    These are also HepcoBecker cases, called "Juniors"




    Next are some Caribou Cases...very sturdy, but heavy...





    So, if you have additional pics of saddlebags mounted to your NC700X, please post 'em. If for some reason you're unable to, feel free to send them to me and I'll gladly do so.
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    Very nice pictorial selection!
    Nice job.
    I hope others will join in with their unique bags.

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    Pictures of Various Honda NC700X Saddlebags-uploadfromtaptalk1392769518990-jpg givi

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    The Givi panniers in picture 7 are E36 cases. The E45 case is the same in width and height but a little less deep.
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    Pictures of Various Honda NC700X Saddlebags-7-jpgGood idea to put all the saddlebags into one tread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggie View Post
    Pictures of Various Honda NC700X Saddlebags-uploadfromtaptalk1392769518990-jpg givi
    Nice! I bought those same bags but they're not mounted on my NC yet (I'm painting the lids tonight). They were on sale for about $90. I thought they were nice because they don't add extreme width to the bike. Do you like them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dduelin View Post
    The Givi panniers in picture 7 are E36 cases. The E45 case is the same in width and height but a little less deep.
    Dave, You're right of course... (SWMBO has taught me to say this!) but are the 45s less deep than the 36? I've made the correction to the first post and also added a pic of the E45 Sidecases.

    Greg, those are the e21 cases.
    One of Givi's few top loading cases.
    See here: Monokey Cases : 21 LITER SIDE CASES MATTE BLACK
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord la la View Post
    Dave, You're right of course... (SWMBO has taught me to say this!) but are the 45s less deep than the 36?

    Greg, those are the e21 cases.
    One of Givi's few top loading cases.
    See here: Monokey Cases : 21 LITER SIDE CASES MATTE BLACK
    Yes. The ones I have are the Kappa K21s. Same exact thing at a lower price.

    https://www.kappamoto.com/cases/monokey/K21
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    The GIVI E45s are deeper (bigger) than the E36, 45 liter vs 36 liter I have an E45 that I've used on three different bikes as a topcasePictures of Various Honda NC700X Saddlebags-030-jpg
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    I have to put in a vote for my favorite bags then...

    the Nelson Rigg CL855 bags are a great value at $115.
    They look like this:

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