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Topic # 127000 26-Jul-2013 12:13
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I'm in the market for a roof box to fit my Mazda 3 hatch. 

Currently i'm leaning towards a Hapro Zenith 6.6 (6.5 is the older version most people are advertising) as it's a lower profile than most and won't look like i'm carting a cow on my roof. 

Has anyone got any experience with the Hapro brand? Or perhaps a different lower profile option I should look at?

The internal height can't really go below 36cm as that's the height of our stroller and it will be going in there rather than the boot. 

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  Reply # 866592 26-Jul-2013 13:43
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We got a TWE Roadstar 5690 Roof box off Trademe (2nd hand) for a bit of extra luggage space. Its big enough to be useful but small enough not to look like you are carting a cow around.

I think its an older model but these are the specs.

Capacity: 200 L
Length: 134 cm
Width: 72 cm
Height: 31 cm

Wouldn't fit your pram by the looks of it.

Actually looks like it goes by a new model name; http://tyroadstar.com.au/roofboxes/product3

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  Reply # 866595 26-Jul-2013 13:48
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We've got a Hapro and it's great, is pretty light and fits really easily onto roofbars and locks in place with a clever system.

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