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Protection Racket Hardware Bag with Wheels

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A convenient solution for awkward hardware.

Put it in the bag and let it roll with the Protection Racket Hardware Bag with Wheels. All models feature central carrying handles secured together by Velcro and handles at either end. Hard bases run the full length of the music equipment cases and up the ends to allow for easy access up curbs and stairs. In-line skate wheels roll smoothly and quietly to make these gig bags easy to transport. Fully padded inside. All Protection Racket wheeled equipment bags are 12"W x 12"H and come in a choice of lengths.

FEATURES
  • Central carrying handle and handles at either end
  • Hard bases run the full length of the case and up the ends
  • In-line skate wheels make them easy to transport
  • Fully padded inside
  • All are 12"W x 12"H and come in a choice of lengths
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3.3

(based on 14 reviews)

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Good Bag, but it is a bag after all

I bought this bag to replace a bag from another company that simply was not up to the task. I purchased my bag in November of 2007, and it has been moderately used since...Read complete review

I bought this bag to replace a bag from another company that simply was not up to the task. I purchased my bag in November of 2007, and it has been moderately used since then - as an example, I use it twice, once for rehearsal, once for the gig, once ever two weeks. (Does that make sense?)I noticed recently that the end of the bag has started to come apart at the seam, and one of the skids on the bottom came apart a couple of months ago. This could be because I do a lot of stairs with this bag - my practice area is in my basement and I have to pull the bag up onto a stage.I think that for a bag, it's about as durable as you can expect. Having said that, nylon fabric and light molded plastic skids are only going to hold up so well when you have 100 pounds of gear in there. I've put a repair on the end of the bag where the bag opened up by stitching it up with some waxed dacron bow string, but when this bag can no longer be repaired, I'll likely "graduate" to a hard shell case on wheels.

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I was really excited when the bag arrived at my house but was terribly disappointed when I pulled it out of the box to find that the bottom of the bag wasn't stiff enough to...Read complete review

I was really excited when the bag arrived at my house but was terribly disappointed when I pulled it out of the box to find that the bottom of the bag wasn't stiff enough to support it's own weight! The added weight of my hardware made the bottom of the bag drag on the ground because it bends in the middle. Awkward and useless! I expected top notch quality from Protection Racket. Apparently they don't test the products they sell! I modified it by drilling out the rivets from the bottom runners and bolted in a half inch piece of plywood to make it stiff enough to work like it should have in the first place. Next modification will be to move the non-wheel side handle from the top of the bag to the bottom so I can lift it high enough to walk without it tripping me up. Even though I'm almost 6' tall the extra leg room is necessary.

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4.0

Great Quality, but...

By kowen98

from Newark, CA

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...this bag (45" model) is rather hard to move about once loaded. It has "base runners" and good quality wheels, but not a frame, so when loaded it has been difficult for me to manipulate during load out. And without the hard backing support as found on some other model bags, it's been difficult to lift this into my truck. The quality and craftsmenship of this product is equal to PR cases, which I am extremely happy with. However, unless you are a young pup with band mates willing to help you load up, this may not be the case you want. - Ken

 
5.0

Awesome!

By Dave-8D_yP

from San Jose, CA

Awesome hardware case as well as their bags. This company makes top notch gear!

 
1.0

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By The BLT Band drummer

from Lawrence, KS

I was really excited when the bag arrived at my house but was terribly disappointed when I pulled it out of the box to find that the bottom of the bag wasn't stiff enough to support it's own weight! The added weight of my hardware made the bottom of the bag drag on the ground because it bends in the middle. Awkward and useless! I expected top notch quality from Protection Racket. Apparently they don't test the products they sell! I modified it by drilling out the rivets from the bottom runners and bolted in a half inch piece of plywood to make it stiff enough to work like it should have in the first place. Next modification will be to move the non-wheel side handle from the top of the bag to the bottom so I can lift it high enough to walk without it tripping me up. Even though I'm almost 6' tall the extra leg room is necessary.

 
1.0

WHEELS GOUGED MY HARDWOOD FLOOR

By TIM-.Gwbc

from CHARLOTTE, N.C.

I bought this for the specific reason that I could wheel a very heavy bag rather than carry it. The very 1st time I used it, the wheels left gauges in my oak hardwood flooring, and even scrapes on the cement outside! This feature has turned out to be WORTHLESS!

 
5.0

It's the Bomb

By RCFMidnight

from Chevy Chase, MD

I've owned it for more than a year now. It is definitely pricey, and I almost bought a cheaper one, but this is worth every penny and more. Very durable, plenty of room and the material is industrial thick so the sides don't collapse (like cheap bags), which makes it much easier to put hardware into it. And the wheels are excellent. Kudos to Protection Racket.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

I like this bag!

By Spur

from Detroit, Mich.

I fill it to the brink with stands, a hot spot monitor, a fan, stick bag, P.A. cords and a buch of other shit and it holds up just great!!!!54" is the way to go. The skate wheels work just fine.

 
4.0

Great Quality

By Eddie16

from Rolla, MO

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The material is very sturdy, and holds all of the hardware for my pearl fusion set (4 cymbal stands, throne, pedals, tom holders). The wheels are an amazing feature, since before carrying all of the hardware at once would wear you out before even playing. I was hoping for more pockets for misc. hardware, hihat clutch, drum keys, etc. But the one pocket will work. It fits my stick bag as well. Great bag, great price.

 
5.0

Good Bag, but it is a bag after all

By Patrick G.

from Maryland

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I bought this bag to replace a bag from another company that simply was not up to the task. I purchased my bag in November of 2007, and it has been moderately used since then - as an example, I use it twice, once for rehearsal, once for the gig, once ever two weeks. (Does that make sense?)I noticed recently that the end of the bag has started to come apart at the seam, and one of the skids on the bottom came apart a couple of months ago. This could be because I do a lot of stairs with this bag - my practice area is in my basement and I have to pull the bag up onto a stage.I think that for a bag, it's about as durable as you can expect. Having said that, nylon fabric and light molded plastic skids are only going to hold up so well when you have 100 pounds of gear in there. I've put a repair on the end of the bag where the bag opened up by stitching it up with some waxed dacron bow string, but when this bag can no longer be repaired, I'll likely "graduate" to a hard shell case on wheels.

 
2.0

Great Drum Cases, Not Very Practical Hardware Cases

By Randy Yevick

from Undisclosed

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I just got the largest version they have of this... 14x14x47... I wasn't really thinking when I bought this... if you fill the case up it will weigh more than it's rated for I would guess and if you don't it is floppy and ackward... I haven't checked the weight rating but the wheel end of the case should be much more sturdy... it weighs a freakin' ton... hard to even stand up on it's end much less move around... I will be selling it on Ebay soon I'm sure and looking for two smaller cases probably... but don't let this discourage you from their drum cases... I have a complete 7pc set and they are awesome... just not great on the hardware design...

 
2.0

Not what I expected

By Swiftvet

from HIGHLAND, IL

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Not much padding at all. No straps to hold stands in place while transporting. Bottom isn't very strong. Size is great and quality of material is good. Wheels are very nice. Nice bag overall but I an disappointed with the protection it offers for my hardware.

 
5.0

Excellent Value

By JP-JU2rV

from Macomb, MI

I recently purchased the 38 inch bag. I gig 3-4 times per month. So far, this has been an excellent bag. It holds a lot of hardware. It deeper than I expected. Wheels work great. No more haevy bag to carry. Stands up on it's own when fully loaded. I should have bought this a long time ago. Great price too. J.P.

 
5.0

Best and largest hardware bag for the value.

By proshacer4life

from Darien, CT

I have just recieved this and it's the first time I have been able to fit all my stands in without completely collapsing them. I bought the 54" bag and I am very glad I got it that big. The only problem you have to worry about is fitting it in the car.

 
1.0

Don't buy the 54 inch model

By Johny5

from Albuquerque, NM

I recently purchased the 54 inch model and was horribly disappointed. When wheeling the case only one-half loaded it bends at a 90 degree angle making it impossible to transport to and from the car. The pockets and zippers seem o.k.When considering this brand I recommend the shortest model convienient for your needs.

 
5.0

PR does it again

By NADrummer

from Texas

Once again, protection racket has amazed me. This bag is killer for the money. The 47" version easily holds all my stands, my drum throne, and stick bag- and still has room for more. I didn't have to take apart my hihat stand. It's built to where even when its empty, its still firm and doesn't collapse. Great bag.

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