SKB Cases 1SKB-R5220W 76 Note Roto Molded Case with Wheels

SKB Cases 1SKB-R5220W 76 Note Roto Molded Case with Wheels

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The 1SKB-R5220W Roto Molded Keyboard Cases feature a molded-in unbreakable carrying handle, end handle, and an integrated valance design which incorporates a new patented trigger release latching system. These indestructible latches are injection molded from fiberglass reinforced nylon, are easy to operate and survive the rigors and abuse of the road. Each case has roller blade style wheels for easy transport. With the adjustable corner cleat system keyboardists can easily position the cleats to accommodate a variety of different keyboards. Foam in the lid keeps the keyboard snug in the case

  • Molded-in unbreakable carrying handle and valance
  • Fiberglass reinforced nylon trigger release latching system
  • Roller blade style wheels
  • Convenient end towing handle
  • Corner cleats for easy interior customization
Interior Length
50.50 in
128.27 cm
Interior Width
19.75 in
50.17 cm
Interior Depth
5.00 in
12.70 cm
Exterior Length
55.25 in
140.34 cm
Exterior Width
23.75 in
60.33 cm
Exterior Depth
7.50 in
19.05 cm
Carton Length
55.75 in
141.61 cm
Carton Width
24.50 in
62.23 cm
Carton Depth
8.25 in
20.96 cm
Shipping Weight
31.40 lb
14.24 kg
Product Weight
27.60 lb
12.52 kg

Interiors dimensions are measured with all 4 cleats installed.
Default 1 Year
  • 5
    Good case for a Roland G70

    Posted by Unknown on 17th Feb 2016

    Everything is great about this case, I love it; however, my Roland G70 has a touch screen that is tilted at an angle and upward. The bottom foam was thick, so I couldn't close the top lid, plus the touch screen would've contacted the top lid, so I had to shave down the foam on the bottom, in order to lower the instrument inside the case. Now it sits nicely.

    Unfortunately I couldn't use those 4 corners with Velcro to secure the instrument from moving sideways, I'm just gonna use something else for that.

    So far, I think this is a great product, but the rubber still has to meet the road, metaphorically and literally, so will see. :))

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