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Honda Odyssey Rooftop Cargo Carriers

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Reviewed By Rich U (ALPHARETTA, GA) Reviewed for a 2012 Honda Odyssey —12/25/2013 8:03 AM

Sleek design and quiet but it does leak slightly. We did drive through a significant rainstorm at highway speeds but were still disappointed to know it's not completely water tight.

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This thing is great. Fits factory rails.

Reviewed By Neil H (Escondido, CA) Reviewed for a 2012 Honda Odyssey —5/28/2013 8:24 PM

Perfect. Got this for a long road trip coming up. Only had a chance to install it and drive around for a day. No sounds or vibration. Easy enough for me to put it on and off by myself. Install was easy. Just shove the clamps through the slots and tighten. That's it. The 14 extra cubic feet will come in handy for sure with two kids and two adults.

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Freed up our 3rd row seats

Reviewed By David T (Louisville, KY) Reviewed for a 2007 Honda Odyssey —6/17/2010 4:16 PM

Works great. It held way more than we anticipated. We have an '07 Odyssey, and we were able to fully utilize the third row of seats by placing some of our vacation cargo in the saddlebag. We went about 750 miles to the beach - 2 adults, a 4 year old, and a 17 month old - and all their stuff! The saddlebag was very secure. We used the main straps attached to the factory rails (the ones that run front to back - not the accessory rails that cross left to right), and the long strap that goes inside the rear hatch. We did not use the short straps for the underside because there's not a good place to attach them to the van, and it was plenty secure without them. There was virtually no additional noise, and you really don't know there's anything there while driving. We didn't go through any rain, so I can't comment on that, but everything I have been able to evaluate is excellent. A couple final notes: the bottom is not rigid, and I read in a review somewhere that someone made a 1/4 inch plywood panel to give it some bottom support. There's a pocket in the bottom, and I made a panel for mine that slides right in, and helps the bottom rest on the bumper. Also, someone suggested taking a photo of your license plate, and printing it to tape in your rear window if the bag covers your plate - another good idea we used. Highly recommended.

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