Matthews Low Boy Junior Steel Wheeled Stand

Matthews Low Boy Junior Double Riser Rolling Steel Stand - 6'3"

Matthews Low Boy Junior Double Riser Rolling Steel Stand - 6'3"

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Matthews Low Boy Junior Steel Wheeled Stand

Matthews Low Boy Junior Steel Wheeled Stand

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Designed for larger lighting fixtures, built with steel legs and riser assembly. They provide a stable rolling base for Junior and midsize lighting fixtures. Equipped with universal 1-1/8" Posi-V-Lock female with pop up 5/8" male stud.

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Matthews Low Boy Junior Double Riser Rolling Steel Stand - 6'3"
  • Set of 3 braked wheels
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    • 1Description
    Load Capacity 55 lb / 25 kg
    Mounting Options 5/8" Stud
    1-1/8" Receiver
    Number of Sections Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Column Diameter Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Maximum Working Height 6.3' / 1.9 m
    Minimum Working Height 39" / 99 cm
    Collapsed Height 42" / 106.6 cm
    Footprint Diameter 37.5" / 95 cm
    Leg Shape Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Accepts Wheels Included
    Air Cushioned No
    Detachable Base No
    Leveling Leg No
    Reverse Legs No
    Finish Chrome
    Material Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Weight 24.5 lbs / 11 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 23.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 1.0 x 1.0 x 1.0"
    Low Boy Junior Steel Wheeled Stand is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Stand I find this stand to be extremely useful, I am using it to support an Elinchrom 74 Octabank and it is very stable. I like how the legs fold out quite wide and make a solid support base. I also like how easily it wheels and then folds up when not is use. It is a little bit heavy to carry, but not a problem really. The Lowboy has the low base of support and is great for larger lightbanks. I tried a Manfrotto light stand first and am much happier with the Matthews, I also like how low I can position my light if I need to, I photograph a lot of dogs and animals and this stand lets me get low if I want, other stands had the minimum height at least a foot higher.
    Date published: 2011-12-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow! This thing is a TANK! I LOVE this stand! Talk about heavy-duty... this thing could could double as a jack-stand for construction! Very solid, large wheels, easy to move, easy to lock... and, with the triple riser, it STILL as plenty of reach! I've been using it for my Tether Table Aero Master for my laptop, but this could easily support any piece of equipment in my arsenal! It's heavy, but I actually prefer that as I will not require a sand bag with this stand. I will be ordering another to support a television/display in the near future!
    Date published: 2014-03-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid, I would buy more I use this Stand to support a 50 LED Monitor for clients on the set or location, is the perfect match, the configuration feels solid and also it can be moved around thanks to the wheels, also I can raise the monitor from table top high to eje level.
    Date published: 2015-10-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simply excellent I bought this stand mainly to hold my Kino Flo Imara, which a heavy, wide light. This stand, like most Matthews gear, is incredibly well built, heavy duty, the legs are nice and wide and the wheels are great. As a two riser, you have a very wide range in height, which makes this stand even more versatile. Lastly, the B&H price, including shipping, cannot be beat.
    Date published: 2015-10-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very wide and heavy I teach high school photography. I was looking for a heavy duty light stand with a wide base (so it wouldn't get knocked over like normal flimsy stands and would last forever), and wheels to make it easily adjustable and portable throughout the school. I went for the Low Boy because I wanted the lowest height possible. If anything, it's TOO wide at the base, and TOO thick and sturdy (and the caster wheels are large). I have a couple Hollywood Baby Jr. Riser stands and they work perfect, and I put a sandbag on them too. Good luck knocking them over! I'd suggest the Hollywood instead - I use Westcott Spiderlite 6's which are pretty heavy with a softbox. Unless you have some really massive things to hold up, or just want something supersturdy, in which case this stand is great. Note: I thought I was missing the 5/8 bar to attach my lights, it's hidden at the top in a pop-up.
    Date published: 2016-10-28
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