Matthews Mini Max Boom

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Matthews Mini Max Boom
Key Features
  • 105" Maximum Arc from 14' High
  • Load Capacity: 20 lb
The Matthews Mini Max is the smaller compact version of Matthews' popular Max. Like its larger counterpart, the Mini Max allows the placement of a fixture in places where no other lighting support system may go.
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Expected availability: Mid Jun 2021
$1,201.00
$101/mo. suggested payments
with 12 Mos. Promo Financing* 
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Matthews Mini Max Overview

The Matthews Mini Max is the smaller compact version of Matthews' popular Max. Like its larger counterpart, the Mini Max allows the placement of a fixture in places where no other lighting support system may go.

Mini Max will operate on a 105" maximum arc from 14' high to below the horizontal. It features two rocky mountain legs in the front and an adjustable main column leg for use on stairs or uneven terrain.

Mini Max can "fly" right in, making it possible to strategically place a key or back light.
It can support a 20 lb fixture at a height of 9' with a 9' horizontal extension.
A 3:1 weight ratio is recommended for safe operation of Mini Max.

Matthews Mini Max Specs

Stand Type1 x Boom Stand
Maximum Working Height9' / 2.7 m, with Boom Arm
14' / 4.3 m, with Boom Arm in Vertical Position
Minimum Working HeightNot Specified by Manufacturer
Load Capacity20 lb / 9.1 kg, with Boom Arm at Maximum Extension
Collapsed Height5.6' / 1.7 m
Mounting
Arm Mount (to Light/Accessory)5/8" Stud
Features
Accepts Second RiserNo
WheelsNot Compatible
Air CushionedNo
Detachable BaseNo
Leveling LegNo
Reverse LegsNo
General
Arm Length9' / 2.74 m
WeightNot Specified by Manufacturer
Warranty LengthNone
Packaging Info
Package Weight43 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)71 x 12.5 x 7.75"
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Just trying to clarify a few things - what is the ...

Just trying to clarify a few things - what is the weight of the minimax (same people say 45lbs, some say 25lbs?? Also is this truly 8ft at its highest (when parallel) and therefore equivalent to an 8ft stand with a boom arm (that can be angled to be higher while sacrificing a little distance)
Asked by: Jim
MiniMax weighs 44lbs. You are correct about the reach, It’s horizontal reach is at 8ft but can angle higher while sacrificing that bit of distance. Check out the info at www.msegrip.com
Answered by: Matthews Expert
Date published: 2021-04-25

Confused by " A 3:1 weight ratio is recommended ...

Confused by " A 3:1 weight ratio is recommended for safe operation of Mini Max" ... 3:1 of what? Payload to ... ??? This would make sense if it was a boom with and sandbagging the short side.... but there is no short side???
Asked by: Jim
If you have 10lbs mounted on the end of the arm, you need 30lbs weighting down the base.
Answered by: Matthews Expert
Date published: 2021-04-25

When completely collapsed and laying on its side, ...

When completely collapsed and laying on its side, how tall is it off the floor? I would like to slide it under something in my truck.
Asked by: James
The lowest profile of the collapsed Mini Max is 6.25" tall(laying on its back). Laying on its side the height is 7.25" due to the rocky mountain leg t-handle sticking up.
Answered by: Matthews Expert
Date published: 2020-10-26
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