Item # 544581 | Customer Ratings: ( 2 Based on 6 reviews)

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SKB U.S. Roto Rack
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The SKB U.S. Roto Rack comes in various sizes and features roto-molded tough shells with front and rear doors. Other strong points of this case include recessed military-grade twist latches; molded-in handles; shock-absorbing rubber feet; and SKB's patented Roto-X pattern for secure stackability. A molded-in unbendable valance and steel threaded rails with self-tapping screws make the U.S. Roto Racks the leading choice of discriminating musicians, and U.S. military personnel carrying sensitive equipment! All backed by SKB's Unconditional Lifetime Warranty-if you break your Roto Rack, SKB will replace it-forever!

SKB is a premier supplier of instrument and gear cases. SKB builds their products with military-spec, ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene, and premium hardware. All SKB hardshell cases are unconditionally guaranteed forever. That means if you break the Roto Rack, they will repair or replace it at no cost to you.

SKB U.S. Roto Rack Features:

  • Roto-Molded tough shell
    Front and rear doors
    Recessed military-grade twist latches
    Molded-in handles
    Shock-absorbing rubber feet
    Patented Roto-X pattern for solid stackability
    Molded-in unbendable valance
    Steel threaded rails with self-tapping screws

SKB U.S. Roto Rack

All SKB hardshell cases are unconditionally guaranteed forever. That means if you break it, we will repair or replace it at no cost to you. For warranty service call 800-410-2024.

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Product Reviews
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  • Useless for some equipment

    As reviewed by Brian Rodgers on 7/3/2012

    This rack is really poorly made and poorly designed. First, the finishing is not very good. Some racks I saw in the store had small holes in them where the plastic didn't fill in during molding. They all have rough edges and generally do not look that great up close. Admittedly, a rack's job is to take abuse, and it'll get scuffed up and rough looking even if it's perfect new. But that doesn't mean it shouldn't be perfect new. But that's just cosmetic. Functionally and design wise, it's a disaster. There is a lip around the rack opening on each side, and a groove in the lid. All well and good, should provide some minor protection against water and dirt getting in (there's no O-ring though). The problem is that the inner wall of the groove in the lid comes in too far. It overlaps the rack gear. If the rack gear has a thicker faceplate, such as the Line 6 Relay G90 wireless receiver, the lid does not fit on. Or, if you like to put washers between the rack rail and the gear to protect both sides, any gear is now too thick. Now, if the gear has a thin enough faceplate and you don't want to use inner washers, you might not notice it, and maybe you're OK with it. HOWEVER, even then, the lid is rubbing up against the face of your rack ears. You can tell because the latches are harder to close with gear in than when it's empty. There should be no difference if it isn't pressing up against the gear. You could carve out the lid, but you shouldn't need to. The rack is at a fabulous price, and I'd overlook the cosmetic flaws for that. And if you have the right gear and don't mind the lid rubbing up against the edges of your gear, maybe it's fine. But for a lot of gear, it's simply a flawed design that does not qualify as a functioning rack case.

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  • quality varies greatly

    As reviewed by greg on 5/28/2011

    I own two 4U cases and one 2U case. All are the Roto-Rack series as I needed the stacking ability. I agree with the other reviewer that the quality i not as described by the manufacturer. The finish work is poor at best. I had to trim excess material from the interior that had been missed during assembly. This is excess marerial left from the molding process and is a standard post molding process done by any manufacturer of molded plastic products - there is no excuss for the sloppy finish work. If the excess material is not removed your gear will not go into the case. Also, you need to go over the case inside and out looking for very sharp edges that were not filed down. These are also left from the molding process. There were razor sharp edges on the handles of all places! Inside he cases can be deadly too so file down those edges before you get cut. The lids are the biggest issue. The variation in mznufacturing results in ill fitting lids. I have 2 4 space cases and the lids are not interchangable. The lids are that different that they only fit on one case and not the other - so I had to put identifying marks on them. The latches are not heavy duty mil-spec, if the military relied on these latches they would lose everything in the case. The latches are fine for hobby use or very careful gig use of once or twice a week. But they will not hold up to more regular use - and if you are lucky enough to have roadies - forget it, they will not hold up to that kind of use. The latch tolerance losens over a rather short period of time (6 - 12 months) so they do not pull the lid on as tight.

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  • ROTO Dream!

    As reviewed by Taylor on 8/26/2009

    I like to have my equipment safely stored. I herd alot of good things about SKB and thier products so I had planned on getting one. While at Guitar Center one day shopping for another cab i came accross one. And both products where on sail so i said "hook me up." It came brand new and let me tell youo. It might as well be made of steel! It feels like plastic but you can tell that it had at least 10X the strength. I would feel safe dropping it of the side of a building with my amp inside. Of course im not going to test my luck with that but this thing is the real deal.

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