Kupo Runway Stand Base

BH #KUKS301012 • MFR #KS301012
Kupo
Kupo Runway Stand Base
Key Features
  • 1-1/8" Receiver
  • Accepts C-Stand Riser
  • Braked Casters
Already a legend in Asia, Kupo has introduced a line of high-quality grip gear aimed at videographers, broadcast professionals, and photographers everywhere. Durability, exacting standards of manufacturing, and dependability are hallmarks of the Kupo name.
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Kupo KS301012 Overview

Already a legend in Asia, Kupo has introduced a line of high-quality grip gear aimed at videographers, broadcast professionals, and photographers everywhere. Durability, exacting standards of manufacturing, and dependability are hallmarks of the Kupo name.

This Kupo Runway Stand Base is an ideal base for heavy lights or other studio equipment like wind machines. The base features heavy-duty braked casters and a 1-1/8" receiver that is usually used for C-stand risers. Alternatively, you can use a stud adapter such as Kupo's KG006312 to mount gear directly to the stand to work close to the ground. The base folds for easy storage.

Kupo KS301012 Specs

Base TypeWheeled
Working Height10.2" / 26 cm
Load Capacity154.3 lb / 70 kg
Top Mount1-1/8" Receiver
Secondary Direct-to-Leg MountNone
Accepts Second RiserNo
WheelsBuilt-In
Leveling LegNo
Reverse LegsNo
Footprint Diameter29.5" / 74.9 cm
FinishChrome
MaterialSteel
Folded Dimensions17.25" / 43.8 cm
Weight11.1 lb / 5.03 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight12.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)19 x 9 x 9"
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Will this work with a flashpoint c stand?

Will this work with a flashpoint c stand?
Asked by: Anonymous
Sorry I don't know. I have several Kupo Runway Stands Bases to work with my Matthews C-Stands column pole risers. They work perfectly together. I also purchased several Kupo column pole risers (MFR#KS705112) to work with the runway stands. Kupo is a solid product but a little heaver than the Mattews C-stands but no regrets. If the Kupo Runway Stand Base works with your Flashpoint C stand pole risers and you have two of them. I would purchase 2 Kupo bases. Easier and safer to roll two stands connected together than to physically pick up and move across the room. Well, I don't know if this helps you out. -Don
Answered by: Don
Date published: 2021-03-16

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Would this work with an Avenger C-stand?
Asked by: Karen
I have purchased two of these stands thusfar...and although they are well made they DO NOT fit the average c-stand 1 1/8" riser?? We have 3 different ones here (Impact, and avenger) and none of them fit into the receiver? When I threw a caliper on the Riser and the receiver it is indeed two different sizes.
Answered by: Alan
Date published: 2020-09-02

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will this work with Matthew c stands?
Asked by: linton c.
I have an Impact C stand, and it works perfectly. I love did, and would buy another when I get another C stand of this heavy duty construction. I believe the diameter of the Mathews C stand is the same as the Impact. So, go for it.
Answered by: Ronald K.
Date published: 2020-09-02

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Will this fit onto the Dana dolly system?
Asked by: Matthew
I can't imagine how this runway stand base would work with a Dana doll. This is a roller base. Insert a C-Stand riser column into it's receiver, and you've got a rolling light or monitor stand. Very sturdy and a good buy.
Answered by: Chris A.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Are these sturdy enough for a small monolight on a boom arm with a c stand?
Asked by: Andrew
Yes if used correctly with light and boom positioned over leg and with sandbag on stand and counter weight to boom. It is as stable as turtle base but not as stable as a wider baby stand with caster base.
Answered by: David S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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What is the diameter of the wheels? Closer to 3 inches or 4 inches?
Asked by: Steve
The nominal 3 wheels are in fact 2, 15/16 diameter. From the floor to the underside of the square arms (in other words, the height of the complete wheel assembly including its swivel mount) measures 4, 19/64
Answered by: Eoin O.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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