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Message posted by Ratty on 01/4/2018 at 2:01pm
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KAMEI Husky L Roof Box



The Husky L roofbox includes all the essential attributes of any KAMEI box - really good looks, ease of use, top quality mouldings, excellent security, wide opening on gas struts plus so much more. Available from the Roof Box Company.

See the KAMEI Husky L Roof Box details here

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Ratty, should I go to Specsavers, I can only see a Litre capacity, and the weight of the box itself in KG's?

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Message posted by Decto on 01/4/2018 at 9:49pm
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I have the Kamei 510 (510Lt) which is quite a bit bigger than this. I have used it for camping as I have a one year old and a 4 year old so need a lot more space the the 500Lt boot the car has.

The 510 is nice quality, easy to fit due to sliding fittings and has a good dual sided locking mechanism.

This one a little small for my needs and as I have a SUV style car, dual side opening was required or I just couldn't reach to load it but I recommend the brand.

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AUSTINS, follow the second link on the entry form page.

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Thanks Bob.

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Same as that.

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me too...i can only see ltr capacity..

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Message posted by Tupik on 01/7/2018 at 6:27pm
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I had this box for 4 years and have to say that for the money, it's excellent. Not the snazziest looking but strong, well made and some nice features including the gas struts.   We have driven through torrential rainstorms in the French Vendee and the Lake District and everything has remained bone dry inside. It's not that noisy on the roof and we reckoned that on 3 cars we used it on, all lost around 2mpg at a steady 70mph with it fitted, so really not bad at all.

We now have a large tent which takes up much of the 900 litres boot space we have with our SUV once the other camping kit is in, so opted to replace the Husky L with, what else....the Husky XXL! It's one of the largest available for the 2m length at 510 litres but it will supposedly hold more. If 330 litres is enough for you, the Husky L is a great choice...why pay more? Recommended.


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