Kaces KPHD46W 46- Inch Hardware Bag with wheels
- Made from tough, tear-resistant, reinforced 600D polyester on a heavy duty foundation of plastic and plywood paneling that is designed to withstand the rigors of the road
- Rugged, hard plastic wheels are recessed into the bottom for better durability and easy rolling
- Manufactured in Viet Nam
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The Kaces 46" rolling hardware bag is designed to hold a massive amount of stands and hardware, up to 150lbs worth. Made from tough, tear-resistant, reinforced 600D polyester on a heavy duty foundation of plastic and plywood paneling that is designed to withstand the rigors of the road. Rugged, hard plastic wheels are recessed into the bottom for better durability and easy rolling. Includes rigid plastic protection strips on the bottom, a tear-resistant "no snag" lining, interior straps to secure hardware, industrial strength webbed handles at both ends, large side and end pockets, and a padded shoulder strap. 1 year limited warranty. * Rigid bottom section * Interior straps to secure hardware * Handles at both ends for easy transport * Includes padded shoulder strap * 1 Year Limited Warranty.
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One of the only things I hate about this is it's inability to go down stairs smoothly. The rails are tapered towards the wheels at the end but not enough and they always catch hard edged stairs. (cement, metal and wood stairs). Other than that, it was a great buy for the convenience.
Dimensions: The internal compartment measures 44"L x 12W x 10H. Nonetheless, it *just barely* fits my HH stand (which measures 45" with the legs folded) without having to remove the clutch rod because of the soft-sided ends. There's a zippered pocket at either end, measuring 10.5W x 9.5H x 1.5D, and a zippered side pocket measuring 22W x 7.5H x 1.5D. Thus, this bag's nominal 46" length includes the depth of the end pockets.
Construction: The bag is made from thick nylon cloth that looks like it should hold up well. The corners where the wheels are located are reinforced with plastic bump guards. The main compartment has a metal full-length zipper and 2 straps sewn into the bottom with metal buckles to secure the contents. The bottom consists of 2 cloth layers that enclose a 5/16" thick plywood board. The 2 plastic skids that run the length of the outside bottom of the bag are riveted to the board.
Handles: The carry straps have a wraparound velcro grip of the type found commonly on soft-sided luggage. There are straps at either end on top for lifting, plus one on the end opposite the wheels to ease rolling. There's a padded shoulder strap that attaches with snap-lock plastic clips, but I think it's included only to prevent the complaints they'd get if it was omitted. One try with this thing loaded up will persuade most people to forget about carrying so much weight, slung over a shoulder!
Comments: This bag can hold more things than I would want to lift and the wheels make it easy to move all my hardware in one trip. It also seems sturdy and well made. My only criticism is that the main zipper is a simple one that runs straight along the top center. A U-shaped one that would make the top into a flap that can be folded back (like Stagg's) would make it easier to load and unload. Nonetheless, a good bag for the price.