The Multi-Cart Rock N Roller 8-in-1 R10 Max 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... Click To Read More About This Product
The Multi-Cart Rock N Roller 8-in-1 R10 Max 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 R10 rolling equipment cart features rugged steel construction, a durable finish, stair-climber bars, and caster brakes.
The Rock N Roller R10 gear cart is also equipped with G-Force wheels with high-tech polymer hubs, pneumatic tires with tubes, and silky-smooth smooth roller bearings. They are 40% lighter than the old steel hubs and are available in hot colors.
The R10 cart carries up to 500 lbs of gear on a frame that telescopes in length from 34" to 52". The cart's 32" foldable sides make stacking high loads safe and easy. The Rock N Roller cart rolls on 10" x 3" pneumatic rear wheels and 5" x 1-1/2" front casters, weighs only 31 lbs, and folds flat to fit even in the trunk of a compact car.
Multi-Cart Rock N Roller R10 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 for the Multi-Cart Rock N Roller: Drums, percussion, keyboards, large PA's, DJ, photo/video, lighting systems
Reviewed by 8 customers
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If you love to gig, but hate the moving aspect, you have to get yourself the Rock-n-roller! Very easy to assemble. Extremely user friendly. It is designed for the giging musician from the way it folds flat to hide at the job, to the simple way it expands to suit your individual needs. Top it off with sturdy construction and this thing is a winner! The fact that you can also move furniture and appliances is an incredible bonus, too. I only wish it was available 35 years ago...would have saved me a lot of pain!
I just want anyone who may be looking at this cart to know that it will do everything you want it to do. I got one of these around 1992 it has 8" tires and goes over just about anything even steps up to about 3" high with ease. The old one I have is used ever week for all these years it still holds 500lbs and goes on every job, I could not live without it, what a GREAT investment. You won't buy anythong better.
This thing is a good all round cart. I got it a few weeks ago and it has already made life easier for my band for loading and unloading gear. If you are a working band, you need this! It converts into several different combos to haul around most anything you need to! From subs and mains, amps, drums/rack and mic stands to stacking up all your guitar cases - IT MAKES LIFE EASIER! You get what you pay for and it is very easy to use.
Great product! Saves the back, the sweat and the heartache of lugging equipment into a gig. cut 6 trips in down to two. Sturdy and good construction! A great purchase.
This Rock-n-Roller 10 has already proven itself in more than one ways. Makes it really easy for transporting my drum kit and hardware to the Gig site, it's not too wide making any doorway entry accesible. I would recommend these carts to anyone, very light weight and easy storing.I would recommend to get the permanently filled wheels for the back and get rid of the air filled, less to worry about.
Assembly of the cart was easy and took about 15 minutes without hurrying. I use it to move two heavy racks and a cord bag (combined weight of 160 pounds) around. I use a ratchet strap around the two rack cases and one end of the cart to secure the cases to the cart (the cases' combined width is less than the cart's 32" minimum length). The 10" wheels and "stair-climber" frame help the cart to hop curbs fairly easily. With the amount of weight I haul, I still need another bandmate's help to pull the cart up stairs but it does come back down those stairs gracefully enough without the additional help. During gigs, I don't fold down the cart sides but, instead, use it to hold rack lids, bass case, mixer case, the cord bag, and other miscellaneous clutter. That stuff is all consolidated in one place and on wheels so it can be easily relocated, if necessary. The cart saves me two trips back and forth to my trailer with some of the heaviest gear I have so I'm very pleased with it.
A bit overpriced for the weight of materials used. I gig three times a week most weeks. I will give this thing a year tops the wheels are all plastic even the bearings in the pneumatic wheels are plastic the casters are allready getting loose at the swivel I have only had it a month I thought about returning it but I think I will just replace the wheels and casters with better quality as they fail (and they will I have no doubt!) and the tubing used I fear is just not going to be strong enough. I know they are trying to balance weight and strength but they should have used heavier materials in a couple of key places I still think it is a decent cart but was a bit overpriced
These carts are built cheap. I am a professional musician that gigs 10-15 times a month. I have owned my R10 for 15 days now and used it on 4 gigs. The anti slide tape is coming off, the line to raise and lower the handles doesn't work with your foot, when using it as a hand cart to load my keyboard onto then setting it down on the ground it doesn't steer because the handle is up from the hand cart on the fixed wheel side and can't be put down without fully unloading. The handle is already less rigid from its use as a hand dolly. I can tell that this will not last more than 6 months. It's worth it to spend a little money and get a professional grade convertible cart that a moving company would use. They are built to last, can carry more weight, and are designed better. I'm sure this works great for drummers but from a keyboardists perspective, this is a horribly designed product that has bad build quality.