The 9.5' Steel Roller Stand II with Low Base and Braking Wheels is a heavy-duty, chrome-plated steel and aluminum alloy support that features a low base for extra solidity, braking wheels, and two risers with locking T-handles. Able to support up to 27 lb, the stand has a wide 39.5" footprint for maximum stability, an industry-standard 5/8" stud for lights with matching receivers, and a folded length of 47". A special feature of the support is the elongated casting at the end of each leg that allows the Steel Roller to stand vertically when folded down—a valuable asset in tight quarters.
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- Roller Can Stand Upright When Folded
- Load Capacity: 27 lb
- Max. Height: 114"
- Min. Height: 48"
Impact Steel Roller Stand II Overview
Impact Steel Roller Stand II Specs
|Stand Type||1 x General Purpose Stand|
|Maximum Working Height||114" / 289.6 cm|
|Minimum Working Height||48" / 121.9 cm|
|Load Capacity||27 lb / 12.25 kg|
|Closed Length||47" / 119.4 cm|
|Stand/Column Top Mount||5/8" Stud|
|Accepts Second Riser||No|
|Column Diameter||1.38" / 35 mm|
1.18" / 30 mm
0.98" / 25 mm
|Number of Sections||3|
|Footprint Diameter||39.5" / 100.33 cm|
|Weight||13 lb / 5.9 kg|
|Package Weight||15.25 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||45.45 x 6.75 x 5.25"|
Impact Steel Roller Stand II Reviews
Heavy duty and light
I like this stand for how light it is to carry around without the wheels, also how sturdy it is. I wish it had springs though whenever your raise the stages, this could come in handy for more safety. Also, I think this is a bit pricey. Other than that, very satisfied with this stand so far.
Does what it does really well
Does what it does really well, using with aputure 120dii
Best roller out there. It's very well balanced and heavy duty. I use for monitors. These will last a lifetime.
The aluminum is way too soft, and you will bend the shaft by simply tightening the knobs, and then you will be unable to extend or retract the shaft, making this purchase a total waste. Very disappointed that Impact would release this non-sense of a stand.
Very practical and good height but be aware that it's mostly aluminum; therefore, it my not support heavy light fixtures.
Not as sabile with big light shapers on it
It's ok. But! It should have much longer legs ( the stands you are attaching wheels to ). When Attaching big parabolic reflector to it with a lamp-head on it , it have tendency to fall so I need to watch carefully so the light zooming device is in line with one of the legs to prevent equipment loss... I wish next edition will be fixed here as otherwise this is nice stand for very good price.
Better off buying name brand
After years of using light stands and C stands I want something with wheels to use outside or inside a location. Used Profoto B1 or Profoto B2 with an Avenger Mini Boom or C stand knuckle & arm. After 1 year of use, the nut/screw holding the caster needed loctite so it doesn't continue to loosen. The first main riser is stuck/bent bc of weight. B1 with a small Octa isn't a lot of weight for on location office use. The 2nd riser is really the only one that still works. Would recommend Avenger or Matthews if you want a rolling stand that can take the average "abuse" of doing photoshoots .
Excellent, very solid light stand
Excellent heavy duty stand with wheels. This stand does not tow behind my car, however it's great inside my studio. Very simple to assemble. Good value for the price, however, if it were a lower in price, I would buy 2 more.
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