The RR Xpress Keyboard Porter Sm88 is a slim keyboard transportation solution for 88-key synths and keyboards with a super tough, ballistic-quality exterior and interior. Giving you extra protection o... Read More
The RR Xpress Keyboard Porter Sm88 is a slim keyboard transportation solution for 88-key synths and keyboards with a super tough, ballistic-quality exterior and interior. Giving you extra protection on the outside, this rolling case has durable, damage-resistant side-rails. Internally, it has a thick foam interior for even more protection, not only from bumps, but from temperature changes as well, which could effect the more sensitive electronics. The Sm88 keyboard case also features a roomy front pocket with an additional pouch for your cables, adapters, and other accessories.
To make your transportation easier, the RR Xpress Sm88 has several options. It comes with an adjustable, padded shoulder strap with metal hardware for when you have other things to carry. However, you can also carry the case in one hand using the tough, rubber handle with its comfortable, contoured grip. It also has built-in wheels with an extra rubber handle optimally placed for more balanced rolling.
Reviewed by 8 customers
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I bought this to transport my Korg SV-1 and it was terribly disappointing. The underside handle makes it difficult and very uncomfortable to transport a heavier instrument. The zipper and stitching don't hold up well either... Mine started to tear during the first use!
Fits my Roland RD800, though just barely. Reasonably lightweight and seems quite sturdy. Perfect for my needs.
Case seems rugged enough, but I only need to protect it while transporting in my vehicle from home to the venue. Probably wouldn't be that good if you were traveling via plane or bus. Case is padded very well all around and will keep rain and snow off of the keyboard.
This case fits my Yamaha P-70 like a glove. Sturdy enough for hauling around to a venue, but certainly not for shipping or air travel. Suits me well.
If you've owned a Road Runner case before, it's what you would expect. It's of average build quality; a weekend road warrior will probably get a year and half out of it. The wheels work great on smooth surfaces but don't expect to roll it on grass or gravel. Buyer beware, measure the height of your keyboard first! It's designed for slim keyboards, but not very "tall" keyboards. I have a Yamaha P-105 in it and it JUST closes. This isn't a fault of the case, just something I wish I paid more attention to ahead of time. Overall I am very happy!
When I recently purchased a Casio Privia PX-3 from GC, they didn't have the Privia gig bag in the store. It was ordered for me online. When I received it, the PX-3 would not fit into the Privia bag (too small), so I had to return it, which turned out to be a good thing. Apparently there are different sizes of Privia gig bags. After alot of time spent researching, I found Road Runner RR Xpress Keyboard Porter Sm88. Excellent! It has all the features I was looking for. Fits PX-3 very well, semi stiff/well padded construction (far better than the Privia gig bag), lightweight, removable shoulder strap, and it even has wheels with a logically placed handle when using them. Even though piano is "only" 25 lbs, I roll it whenever I can. The designers of this product did it right. I guess they listened to us users. The only improvement that comes to mind is that a larger front pocket/accessory carrier would have been nice. I highly recommend this gig bag for PX-3.
I got a great deal on this case when I bought my Korg SP-250. The front pouch zipper broke on the 1st zip and its way too flimsy for a heavier keyboard. It has wheels but be careful is you stand it up right, it can roll away from you and hit the deck! Returned it and got a hard case.
This bag is terrific for slim keyboards. My Yamaha P-85 fits perfectly. The zippers and the carry handle are sturdy. There is enough padding inside to protect your keyboard from minor bumps. The wheels are a nice feature and work great. Only two complaints: the outside pocket is small, and I wouldn't trust the shoulder strap. I'm no road warrior and play out once a week, so I think this bag is perfect for my needs. Most other gig bags are way overpriced!
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