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

BH #MALSJLB • MFR #H386021
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Matthews Low Boy Junior Double Riser Rolling Steel Stand - 6'3"
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Matthews Low Boy Junior Double Riser Overview

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.

Matthews Low Boy Junior Double Riser Specs

Stand Type1 x General Purpose Stand with Combo/Universal Head
Maximum Working Height6.3' / 1.9 m
Minimum Working Height39" / 99 cm
Load Capacity55 lb / 25 kg
Closed Length42" / 106.6 cm
Mounting
Stand/Column Top Mount5/8" Stud, 1-1/8" Receiver
Features
Accepts Second RiserNo
WheelsBuilt-In
Air CushionedNo
Detachable BaseNo
Leveling LegNo
Reverse LegsNo
General
Footprint Diameter37.5" / 95 cm
FinishChrome
Weight24.5 lb / 11 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight23 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)42 x 11 x 11"

Matthews Low Boy Junior Double Riser Reviews

Expensive but the Best

By Scott
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-11-02

When Shopping for these kinds of items I have learned over time to only buy best. Each time I have bought something from a lessor manufacturer They end up failing over time. The BH house brand Impact is one of the few exceptions of off brand but made extremely well.

Trust and reputation.

By Janusz
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-22

This is not about Matthews Low Boy Junior. Those stands are great. This is about trust and reputation. B&H send to me two broken and used stands. This is not first incident this year. Service like this doesn't deserve any stars!

Perfect

By Matthew
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-01-13

This stand pairs excellently with a custom tether table. I use the junior pin receiver to hold the junior pin on the bottom of the table top moving the computer around during a shoot feels extremely secure. It can also handle a lot more than the listed 55 pound max. I’ve stood on it and I weigh about 180 lbs. I wouldn’t recommend standing on it, but the point is, it can handle a lot

Solid as rock

By Alex
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-06-11

Love how well designed it is

Monster Stand

By Michael
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-04-03

This thing is built to last. Everything is incredibly sturdy, its big and heavy which helps give it stability, and the baby pin pop up gives it more versatility. Stands arent a fun item to buy but the quality makes it a joy to use.

Very wide and heavy

By R. the high school photo teacher
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-10-28

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.

Best in the business!

By Noah
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-02

Truly can't beat how versatile these are. I'm reaching for these 9/10 over medium and larger roller stands.

Awesome stand

By David
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-30

Rock solid. Quite the behemoth.

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Asked by: Alexander
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Answered by: Kirk
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Does this stand have Hanger Pins?
Asked by: Alexander
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Answered by: Kirk
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question

Can H386021 be used inside of the climatic chamber (-40degC to +90degC)? Would it rust in case of humidity in the chamber?
Asked by: Tanja K.
It's a great bit of kit, but I shouldn't advise using it in the kind of conditions you describe. The wheels are made of a hard rubber and the risers have rubber o-rings which I doubt would last very long being heated and cooled to those kinds of temperatures. Oh, and I'm sure it will rust eventually if exposed to moisture.
Answered by: Jean Francois B.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

What is the actual footprint of the stand? Here it says 37.5 inches but in the Matthews catalog it says 57 inches.
Asked by: Daniel
Each leg extends approximately 27" from the center column, so MSE's figure of 57" is what I would consider to be the footprint. The 37.5" number appears to be the distance from one wheel to another, which is a bit misleading since the legs extend past the wheels.
Answered by: Drew
Date published: 2021-02-27
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