Matthews Introduces the C-Stand Rolling Bag
Matthews Studio Equipment of Burbank, California has introduced the the C-Stand Rolling Bag.
Matthews said the new bags are made of water-resistant polyester and ballistic nylon and feature an easy to view padded red interior. The interior is made of durable high-density foam padding plus features Velcro tie-down straps and easy glide zippers.
The Standing Rolling KitBag holds three removable base C-Stands, is moved with built-in high-density silicon skate wheels and twin side handles for two-person carrying. The bag weighs 24 pounds.
“Transporting C-Stands has always been a challenge for those independents always on the go,” said Tyler Phillips, MSE Vice President. “Pieces and accessories get lost and packing can be awkward. Equipment arrives with dents that weren’t there before. MSE’s series of C-Stand Rolling Kit Bags are designed to make traveling with C-Stands a pleasure.”
The bags, priced at $357.00 each, will be shown at IBC.
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