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Road Runner

61-, 76-, or 88-key keyboard case with adjustable foam and wheels.

61-key dimensions:
Length adjustable from 38" to 44"
Depth from 10-1/2" to 16-1/2"
Height from 3" to 5-1/2"

76-key dimensions:
Length adjustable from 46-1/2" to 51"
Depth from 10-1/2" to 16-1/2"
Height from 3-1/2" to 6-1/2"

88-key dimensions
Length adjustable from 51-1/2" to 58"
Depth from 10-1/2" to 21-1/2"
Height from 4-1/2" to 6-3/4"

All feature a spring-loaded handle, aluminum reinforced edges, steel reinforced corners, and rugged twist latches.


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Road RunnerKeyboard Flight Case with Casters
 
2.9

(based on 10 reviews)

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        Most Liked Positive Review

         

        Big, heavy, solid quality

        So far, I am highly satisfied with this case, except for the inadequate number of handles. I am using it for a Roland V Piano, which is a very large and very heavy...Read complete review

        So far, I am highly satisfied with this case, except for the inadequate number of handles. I am using it for a Roland V Piano, which is a very large and very heavy instrument. This was clearly the right case for this purpose. I had to contact the manufacturer directly to verify that the dimensions given on this and the manufacturer's web site were INTERIOR dimensions, so I would know that the instrument would fit.
        The hardware seems very strong, except the corner braces, and well designed and made.

        I agree with the other reviewer who said that the single handles where there should be 2 are a serious deficiency. I transport a Roland V Piano in this case, and the combination is extremely heavy. Trying to control this thing with the single handles is a nightmare, so I end up just hugging the case instead.

        It has rollers, but they are virtually unusable because of the length of the case. (Mine is the 88-key version.) If I try to roll it, I end up having to support half of the weight with my grip, because I can't raise it high enough to shift most of the weight onto the rollers. So I use a hand truck instead, which seems ridiculous considering the case has rollers. In addition to doubling all the handles, if there were a pair of handles mounted on the large (bottom) surface, about 2/3 of the way from the roller end to the non-roller end, I could hold the handles while rolling it. (That's about where the handle of my hand truck is when I am using it.) Maybe I'll get some handles and install them there myself. But I'll resent having to do that since the unit should have come with them in the first place.

        It comes with a lot of foam pieces which dovetail together to fill unused space within the case. I didn't have to use very many of them with the V Piano.
        I also have a RoadRunner rack case, into which I drilled to add vent holes and casters. During that process, I observed that the plywood of which this is constructed is of very high quality, durable, hardwood (all plies) plywood. Somewhere, I read a cynical negative review where someone said that if you step on this, the plywood would break. I felt confident enough that the reviewer was wrong that I actually tried this with my (88-key keyboard) case. I walked on the top (largest) surface while the case was closed and empty (no support from within). The only consequence of this test was footprints that I have to clean off. It did not break, there was no creaking or popping, and the surface hardly deflected at all. I weigh about 170 lbs.

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        Completely disatisfied

        Have the people who Design and manufacture these things ever loaded a full one into the back of a pick up?Have they EVER really used one?Why arent there handleS down the sides and...Read complete review

        Have the people who Design and manufacture these things ever loaded a full one into the back of a pick up?Have they EVER really used one?Why arent there handleS down the sides and 2 handles on each and so the case doesn't rock when being carried?I cant believe I just paid almost $400 for something so Difficult to grip.

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        1.0

        No Customer Service - Beware

        By Pahysell

        from Phoenix' AZ

        About Me Professional Musician

        Pros

          Cons

          • Bulky
          • Extremely Heavy
          • Not Sturdy

          Best Uses

            Comments about Road Runner Keyboard Flight Case with Casters:

            After minimal usage, the latch broke because the metal is too soft. I called Roadrunner and the customer service attitude was horrible. They refuse to accept the material is defective and will do nothing to assist in fixing the case in any way. I now have a useless case. Thank you Roadrunner.

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            (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            2.0

            Not a great case :(

            By Bunzi1964

            from Conneticut

            About Me Professional Musician

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            Pros

            • Good Protection

            Cons

            • Not Functional

            Best Uses

            • Backup
            • Concerts
            • Everyday
            • Practicing
            • Travel

            Comments about Road Runner Keyboard Flight Case with Casters:

            Was disappointed with this case. Out of the box, one corner was badly dented and the wheels didn't work properly due to poor wheel design/construction.

            I sent it back and got the SKB molded case instead. Much much better.

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            (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            1.0

            It doesn't roll

            By StillRockin

            from IL

            About Me Professional Musician

            Pros

            • Good Handles
            • Good Outside
            • Good Padding
            • Sturdy

            Cons

            • Not Functional
            • Wheels Bind Don't Work

            Best Uses

            • Protects While Sitting St

            Comments about Road Runner Keyboard Flight Case with Casters:

            If you want a case with wheels that do what wheels are supposed to do, don't buy this one. The wheels bind and don't turn leaving marks on tile and pavement. If I wouldn't have paid for wheels, this would have been a nice case.

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            4.0

            Protection level vs Heavy weight

            By Napiano man

            from Nogales, AZ

            About Me Experienced

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Good Protection
            • Sturdy
            • Stylish

            Cons

            • Heavy bulky

            Best Uses

            • Concerts
            • Travel

            Comments about Road Runner Keyboard Flight Case with Casters:

            This case offers an excellent level of protection for your keyboard, however it is heavy and bulky and it is very difficult to handle and carry by one single person, the casters could be improved in quality and capacity as well as RoadRunner should consider to add a handle to be carried by two persons since it becomes heavier when carrying a proffesional keyboard. Thanks to Musicians Friend, you are the best.

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            (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            I sadly had to return mine...

            By The Beast With Five Fingers

            from Fresno, CA

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                  Comments about Road Runner Keyboard Flight Case with Casters:

                  ...but not for the reason you think. I'll get this out of the way first: Any of you reviewers out there that love the level of protection, love the construction, love the features, love the hardware, love the durability, and love the value, but in the same breath whine about the weight...I'll spell it out for you: ALL OF THAT MEANS WEIGHT. Do you really think you can have all that protection with any less weight? The plastic cases (of any brand) won't protect your board to the level that this one will, just ask the guy who stood (should have done it shoeless) on his. Quality construction, heavy duty hardware, thick materials, and bulletproof durability ALL EQUAL WEIGHT. When you bought your 88 note board you have to have had some clue that weight would figure in to your purchase. If you need a case that weighs less, that's all right, just don't whine that it doesn't protect your gear properly. And if you have any suggestions as to how to make this one lighter and still retain that high level of performance, I'm sure the manufacturer would like to hear from you.

                  No, I returned mine because it was too big. My board is a Yamaha XS-8, which I always thought was a huge board, but there was just too many of the foam pieces needed to securely hold the board in place. There was too much unsused area inside the case being used up by the foam pieces. I'm a "car guy", I don't own a truck, I own cars, lots of cars. I don't particularly like the look of sport utility vehicles, I love the look of cars. The car I use to haul my gear is a Dodge Magnum. No matter how I have this case situated in the car (either standing up or laying flat), there isn't room enough for the rest of my set up, a Motion Sound KBR-3D, Hammond XK-3, plus stand, chair, and other incidentals. I need a case that has inside dimensions to match the size of the board, no larger. I'm looking into a semi ridged soft case or buying a hard case from a company in Texas that builds them one at a time specifically for any certain size of board, and the price (even with shipping) is comperable to this one, and the level of protection appears to be just as good, in fact they look very similar to this one. They are the dimensions of your particular board, no bigger. Also, when you're arranging the foam pieces to accomidate your board, don't have the keyboard too close to where you're working, the foam pieces shed minute flecks of the material, some started to fall down inside the keybed area of the board. Once the board was inside, it was properly secured and I have absolutely no doubt that there is nothing including falling off a truck (which will never happen to me) that would ever damage the board, it's that well constructed. It's just too big. If you drive a truck or SUV, and need the absolute best protection for your board, this one is it.

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                  (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  2.0

                  My Third Case from Musicians Friend

                  By James Duncan

                  from California

                  Comments about Road Runner Keyboard Flight Case with Casters:

                  Good Protection hard to move. Plus ******Wheck your purchases really well as I have had damaged items the last 4 times I made a purchase. Yep last 4.....
                  For protection I give a 10. For ease of use I give it a 2. The case is 50+ LBS and my Yamaha ES8 is also about 50 LBS. So pushing 100+ pounds with little tiny handles is difficult. My fist two soft cases I bought brok. One strap broke on first one casuing damage to Heyboard (Pissed). Secong one the wheel broke againg causing damge to Keyboard and ruined yet another case. This is the third one, but now so difficult to move. Does anyone have a 10 Key CaSIO THAT TAKES AA Batteries.Might be my best bet. Good Luck
                  Inside the case is great. Foam movable pads to adjust for perfect fit. Outside design for one person hadnling is not so good. Maybe a big guy would have no problem or two people.
                  Good Deal if you look at whats available and the specs.

                  Comment on this review

                  (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  4.0

                  Big, heavy, solid quality

                  Comments about Road Runner Keyboard Flight Case with Casters:

                  So far, I am highly satisfied with this case, except for the inadequate number of handles. I am using it for a Roland V Piano, which is a very large and very heavy instrument. This was clearly the right case for this purpose. I had to contact the manufacturer directly to verify that the dimensions given on this and the manufacturer's web site were INTERIOR dimensions, so I would know that the instrument would fit.
                  The hardware seems very strong, except the corner braces, and well designed and made.

                  I agree with the other reviewer who said that the single handles where there should be 2 are a serious deficiency. I transport a Roland V Piano in this case, and the combination is extremely heavy. Trying to control this thing with the single handles is a nightmare, so I end up just hugging the case instead.

                  It has rollers, but they are virtually unusable because of the length of the case. (Mine is the 88-key version.) If I try to roll it, I end up having to support half of the weight with my grip, because I can't raise it high enough to shift most of the weight onto the rollers. So I use a hand truck instead, which seems ridiculous considering the case has rollers. In addition to doubling all the handles, if there were a pair of handles mounted on the large (bottom) surface, about 2/3 of the way from the roller end to the non-roller end, I could hold the handles while rolling it. (That's about where the handle of my hand truck is when I am using it.) Maybe I'll get some handles and install them there myself. But I'll resent having to do that since the unit should have come with them in the first place.

                  It comes with a lot of foam pieces which dovetail together to fill unused space within the case. I didn't have to use very many of them with the V Piano.
                  I also have a RoadRunner rack case, into which I drilled to add vent holes and casters. During that process, I observed that the plywood of which this is constructed is of very high quality, durable, hardwood (all plies) plywood. Somewhere, I read a cynical negative review where someone said that if you step on this, the plywood would break. I felt confident enough that the reviewer was wrong that I actually tried this with my (88-key keyboard) case. I walked on the top (largest) surface while the case was closed and empty (no support from within). The only consequence of this test was footprints that I have to clean off. It did not break, there was no creaking or popping, and the surface hardly deflected at all. I weigh about 170 lbs.

                  Comment on this review

                  (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  Good value but very heavy

                  By Synth Quest

                  from Sunny Portland, Oregon

                  Comments about Road Runner Keyboard Flight Case with Casters:

                  I have a couple of these and here?s the deal:They are built like the proverbial brick out-house. If your roadies are gorillas (aren?t they all?) or if your singer (ever notice that they always seems to disappear just about the time to load-out) is prone to drop that power amp on top of your $2000 synth ? you NEED an ATA case.The hardware, construction, materials used are excellent and noticeably better than an economy case like Gator. Yeah, they look cool and you can play rock star packing this case to the gig - people will be impressed. Personally, I?d rather have them be impressed with my playing than my gear. Another cool thing is that all the 61 key models have the same exterior dimensions, so they stack nicely on the truck.The bad: first thing you?ll probably want to do is take off the feet. If you?re roadies (remember those gorillas?) are shoving your gear onto the truck, these will get torn off. Be sure to fill in the hole with a stubby Allen-bolt. If your tech does this for you, tell him to use a drop of Lok-Tite or the bolt will fall out and you will have 4 holes in the bottom of your case, which go right to the foam padding ? which makes a super good sponge for absorbing and retaining water??. Not good. The other bad thing is the weight. My 61 key version weighs just shy of 40 pounds ! I?m too lazy to uncrate my 76 key case just to weigh it ? but I can tell you it?s heavy.Bottom line ? for the money, these are more than adequate for just about anything. As long as you don?t mind the weight, they are great.

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                  (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  1.0

                  Completely disatisfied

                  By Anonymous

                  from Undisclosed

                  Comments about Road Runner Keyboard Flight Case with Casters:

                  Have the people who Design and manufacture these things ever loaded a full one into the back of a pick up?Have they EVER really used one?Why arent there handleS down the sides and 2 handles on each and so the case doesn't rock when being carried?I cant believe I just paid almost $400 for something so Difficult to grip.

                  Comment on this review

                  (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  Awesome Keyboard Flight Case!!!

                  By Big Al-kBuKe

                  from Los Angeles, CA

                  Comments about Road Runner Keyboard Flight Case with Casters:

                  The Road Runner Keyboard Flight Case with Casters is Awesome, I absolutely LOVE IT!! It's a much better case than I expected for the price and it really provides great protection for my 61-Key Roland VK-8 Combo Organ. The case is both well build & well put together ... the hinges are rock solid and so are the handles, PLUS the case is very, very attractive in appearance. This case ROCKS!!!

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