10 Best

Roof Racks

of February 2024

  1. Product Highlights
    • These multipurpose universal roof bars fit most cars; the roof rack is interchangeable between cars whether it’s a city car, hatchback, saloon, estate, mpv, suv, crossover, 4x4, coupe, 2-door, 3-door, 4-door or 5-door; the handirack is unsuitable for convertibles or cars fitted with curtain airbags
    • The handirack is universal & so fits most makes & models of cars. it’s been tested on almost every vehicle brand, including but not limited to audi, bmw, fiat, ford, honda, hyundai, kia, mazda, mini, nissan, peugeot, renault, smart, toyota, vauxhall and vw
    • The handirack is an easy to use, inflatable roof rack; perfect for carrying ladders, camping gear & sports equipment including canoes, kayaks, surfboards, sups & ski and snowboards; unlike traditional roof bars, the handirack cushions & protects your equipment from getting scratched or damaged
    • Each kit comes with 2 x handirack twin tubes, 2 x 3 metre tie-down handistraps (for securing your load), a high-volume double-action handipump (that inflates each bladder of the roof rack within seconds), an instruction manual & a portable nylon drawstring travel bag for easy storage
    • The handirack is made from a tough 400 denier nylon with 5 d ring anchor points for extra secure transportation; the handirack system is lightweight yet heavy-duty, with a load capacity of up to 80kg; it's certified for use up to highway speeds & its aerodynamic design helps to reduce vibrations during use
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