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Rock N Roller Multi-Cart 8-in-1 R12 All-Terrain Equipment Transporter Cart
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The Multi-Cart Rock N Roller 8-in-1 R12 All-Terrain Equipment Transporter Cart makes getting your audio equipment in and out of gigs a breeze! We all...Click To Read More About This Product
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The sweat-free, back-saving solution for roadyless bands, musicians, live sound companies, and DJs!
The Multi-Cart Rock N Roller 8-in-1 R12 All-Terrain Equipment Transporter Cart makes getting your audio equipment in and out of gigs a breeze! We all know that load-ins and load-outs can be the worst part of a gig. Either you're sweating before you play or dreading the number of trips you'll be making after the gig through narrow corridors, cellars, and staircases, or over the length of several football fields. The Rock N Roller cart changes all that with its ability to instantly transform into any of 8 helpful configurations.
The Rock N Roller R12 cart is equipped with G-Force wheels with high-tech polymer hubs, pneumatic tires with tubes, and silky-smooth roller bearings. They are 40% lighter than the old steel hubs and are available in hot colors.
The R12 carries up to 500lbs./32 cu. ft. on a frame that extends in length from 34"-52" with 32" front and rear foldable sides. It rolls on 10" x 2" rear wheels and 8" x 2-1/2" front pneumatic swivel casters (without brakes). Weighing only 36 lbs, the Rock N Roller R12 cart carries huge loads but folds flat to fit even in the trunk of a compact car.
Rock N Roller R12 Gear Cart Configurations: Storage-Transport, Short Furniture Dolly, Short Platform Cart, Short Hi-Stacker, Long Hi-Stacker, Long Platform Cart, Long Furniture Dolly, And 2-Wheel Handtruck.
Applications: Photo/video, large PA's, lighting systems, keyboards
- Transforms in seconds into any one of 8 configurations
- 10" x 3" pneumatic wheels that absorb shock to delicate equipment and smoothly roll over rough surfaces such as dirt, grass, & concrete
- 8" x 2-1/2" pneumatic front swivel casters (w/o brakes)
- Load capacity: 500 lbs/32 cu. ft.
- Frame telescopes 34"-52" in length with 32" foldable sides to stack loads high
- Weight: 36 lbs
- Textured powder coat finish is extremely tough and environmentally friendly
- Non-skid frame bed surface resists load slippage
- Spring-loaded wing-bolts won't vibrate out
- Strong tube axles 43% lighter than solid axles
- Foldable sides rotate and lock into place by pressing release cables
- Strong perforated front axle reduces weight and accommodates bungee cords
- Ingeniously folds down to take up little storage space
- Meets airport baggage requirements
- 2-wheel handtruck's long nose ergonomically pulls bulky loads toward you when lifting
Never sweat before a gig again — or hurt yourself trying to carry more gear than you should to save trips! Make load-ins a breeze and order an R12 cart today!
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Overall this was a very useful purchase. I recently had to move all of my gear, my bassist's gear, and my other guitar's gear from my house to the car and I was able to do load all of it onto this cart and move it over grass, dirt, and rocks easily. This product was well worth the extra money.
The Rock n Roller R12 All-Terrain Cart did not come with all the accessories as advertised. One of the wheels appears to have been used. The finish was shabby. I just hope it can handle the weight capacity as advertised.
Solid, rugged, a little heavy but my gear is heavier. I play bass and I can carry two 2x12 cabs, tube head, our band's amp rack and a monitor along with my gig bag and bass all in one trip. And with the four all terrain tires, I glide over bad parking lots and cobblestone sidewalks. Cons: Tires go flat every other week or so, so I carry a bike pump with me. Also, adhesive grip strips start to come off after the first load. Good investment and my bandmates agree-they each bought one! Side note: my friend's valve stem actually broke off after a while and the tire wouldn't hold air, so judge for yourself. They do sell replacement airless tires. So far mine has been good to me.
Simply put, I have bought 3 carts from hardware stores only to have them all fail. This one is rock solid right out of the box. It says it holds 500 pounds and I believe it. It transports my 2 12-space amp racks, (4 QSC amps in each) with no problem. I will be buying more of these in the future. The price is higher than the hardware stores prices, but it is much cheaper compared to a chiropractor's bill.
Now that I have the larger wheels on all tires, I can't imagine that I will be having issues where I go! A+
This is my second Rock N Roller Cart, the first was purchased about 6 years ago. I have used my rock n roller cart fairly consistently on the weekends moving DJ equipment as well as percussion items (I'm a mobile DJ and a session Drummer/Percussionist). About 3 months ago, my front wheels started to have problems and began tearing apart. After seeing this on a stupid deal, I jumped at the chance of buying this upgraded version...it was about the same price as the R10 was 6 years ago! 4 big wheels on the R12 will last even longer than the older cart. Plus... I've got the older one to use as a handcart or as a backup!
As I said earlier... My last one is still going strong (except for the smaller front wheels) after 6 years!
There have been times that I have performed in casinos on the strip that I have needed to cart this loaded into a service elevator, go through the back of a kitchen, then into the back or a green room to get my gear to the stage... Festival entrances on dirt is a breeze!
If you could pay for an upgrated version of your guitar, drumset, or MIDI for the same price of what you already have... would you?
there is a design flaw with the valve stem on the swivel tires catching. There is enough room on the axel to buy a washer from a hardware store. This is a home-made remedy that the manufacturer should look into; they easily could include a spacer to solve the problem.
I had just received the cart for a large outdoor show this weekend, and I needed to haul a lot of gear a good distance over some rough terrain. I have to say it worked great! Carried amps, PA, Speakers, Drums, everything!I was concerned about ordering the cart having read some bad comments on the valve stems on the front wheels. Well... GOOD NEWS! They have replaced the front wheels with the solid type and kept the inflatable wheels on the back, and they have plenty of clearance. I have no concerns and I'm sure it will hold up fine and save a lot of steps!!A little pricing ? maybe ? but if it works ? worth what I spent just in saving time & my back.
This is a great concept, but there is a design flaw in the swivel tire assembly on the R12 - the fill valve stems collide with the frame that holds the wheel axles, which means that the valve stems get ruined quickly. It should be an easy fix, simply add a spacer to the design to prevent the wheels/axles from sliding around. What should be a great product has been much less than satisfactory, due to a simple-to-correct design flaw and a totally absent level of customer support.