The back-saving solution for roadie-less musicians and DJs!
The RocknRoller Multi-Cart R10RT Max 8-in-1 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 RocknRoller Multi-Cart R10RT changes all that with its ability to instantly transform into any of eight helpful configurations. Carry up to 500 lb./32 cu. ft. on the RocknRoller Mutli-Cart R10RT's two-rail frame, extendable from 34" to 52" and with 32" (front/rear) foldable sides. Weighing only 30 lb., the R10RT carries huge loads but folds flat to fit even in the trunk of a compact car.
RocknRoller Multi-Cart R10RT configurations: Storage-Transport, Short Furniture Dolly, Short Platform Cart, Short Hi-Stacker, Long Hi-Stacker, Long Platform Cart, Long Furniture Dolly and 2-Wheel Hand Truck.
Applications for the R10RT: guitar/bass equipment, small drums, small PAs, DJ, photo/video, general use.
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 R10RT Max Equipment Transporter Cart today!
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Comments about Rock N Roller Multi-Cart R10RT Max:
I've been using mine for many years, and can't imagine life without it. The front wheel broke off soon after I first bought it, but the company promptly sent a replacement, and it's been fine ever since. No longer do I have to make multiple trips in & out, which is great, especially in places where load in involves some hiking &/or elevator rides. It can carry a great deal of varied items, which is my typical m.o., I have saxophone cases, a rack case, PA equipment, mic & rack stands, a couple bags of misc. equipment, and often a fan. I strategically place everything on it, then use a couple bungee cords to hold it all in place, and off I go. Once unloaded, I can put all the cases back on, and stash the cart somewhere, or even fold it up, if it has to go in a tighter space. Driving to & from gigs is a breeze, as it folds up and easily fits in the back seat. I highly recommend this... and am not being paid by the company to say so. ;)
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