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  • Gearlux Single-Braced Adjustable Keyboard Stand
  • Gearlux Single-Braced Adjustable Keyboard Stand

Gearlux

Gearlux Single-Braced Adjustable Keyboard Stand

Gearlux

Gearlux Single-Braced Adjustable Keyboard Stand

£170.00 £102.00 Save: (40.0%)
£102.00 £170 Save £68 (40.0%)
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Product Description Product Description
  • Collapsible for easy storage and transport
  • Adjusts from 28" to 39"
  • Load capacity 150 lbs
  • No tools needed
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A Middle of The Road Stand-- Some Assembly RequiredThis is the only keyboard stand I've ever had to assemble, and it came with only pictorial instructions. After trying to figure out the right assembly, which I eventually did after 20 minutes, I gave it the "lean test" (where you lean gently on the stand to make sure it won't break) and it did give slightly. I would suggest only putting lightweight keyboards on this. I'm sure it has to do with the fact I had to assemble it with a hand hex, whereas if the factory assembled these for you they'd be much stronger.The grip part in the middle is nice, it uses teeth to lock (maybe called a gear lock?). However, it uses a spring, which has always been the downfall of all my keyboard stands, save my Hercules brand.I was looking for a solution to my stage keyboard (maybe 30 lbs), and this seems to be it, I would never put my Motif workstation on this thing though. This would be great for a child's keyboard, or a dorm room keyboard. Even when it holds my stage keyboard it's still a bit rickety.3This stand is great for home use as we have a Casio 76 ...This stand is great for home use as we have a Casio 76 key keyboard and it fits perfect on it. It is also very sturdy with no wobble. It is very easy to adjust the height and there are many height settings on it too. Even though the instructions are just a picture it was very easy to assemble. I don't understand why some people made it sound so difficult. I think I had the thing out of the box and put together in about 15 minutes. I guess the only hint I can give is to set the feet next to the braces to make sure you have the holes for the screws lined up before putting anything together. Overall, a great product for a good price and it's nice that it's a Prime item too.5Works great, is very solid and doesn't wobbleThis is an excellent, solid stand. It doesn't wobble and gives you a secure feeling that your expensive equipment won't come crashing down. It uses a cam lock that locks a gear that that determines the height. Just be careful assembling it. Make sure you put it together with two inner and two outer braces. Then there are two short bars that go on top and two long bars that go on the bottom. There is a short bar with close holes that line up with the inner braces and a short bar with distant holes that line up with the outer braces, and the same arrangement for the long bars at the base. The picture explaining the assembly may not make that clear. An allen wrench is included so you don't need any additional tools.5Great product, really difficult to put togetherThis is a well made product. Quality is fine, but it was time consuming putting together. Didn t come with any instructions. It wasn t as straight forward as it looks, and it was a little tricky to assemble without directions.My first thought was that it may be difficult for an elderly person to put this item together on their own. I recommend that the manufacturers include proper directions and consider the demographic of their clientele.4A very stable keyboard stand that went together well, with just one minor hiccup during assembly..Consider that a solid 4.48 stars: slightly but firmly short of rounding it up to five.This is a lot more stand than our Casio CT-648 electronic keyboard needs. But, it's very stable despite the whole shebang sitting in the middle of a family room also occupied by two active teenagers, a dog, two congas, bongos, guitars, and a balance ball. It's been knocked into countless times, but has never been knocked over.Our keyboard, as I said, is undersized for the stand so it slid around a bit until we found the sweet spot, slightly off-center. The ribbed grippers on the top bars aren't very grippy, and could be improved with a bit of that slightly sticky rubber matting used in cupboards. If you have a larger, heavier keyboard, though, it'll probably work better.Building it was slightly difficult, and the only reason I deducted a star. I left assembly in the capable hands of my 13-year-old (it's for his keyboard). Keep in mind that today's 13-year-olds have more than a decade of experience following graphic directions on games, Lego sets, and other toys, and they do a lot of it, so don't think an adult would necessarily be better at assembly.My adulthood came in handy two ways. First, (and here's a tip) I used bits of masking tape to mark the bottoms of the leg pieces, so it was easier to stay oriented right/left up/down during assembly. Second, he needed my help pushing through a set of pins/bolts - they were very hard to press through by hand and I don't see that a typical household tool would help. Ours required someone with good hand strength to shove the proper pins through the proper holes, and yours might too (and do double check to make sure you indeed have the proper pins in the proper holes).Other than that, assembly was smooth. The instructions were overly simplified but not overly daunting if you just lay stuff out, do a bit of planning, and take it slow. DO NOT TRY ASSEMBLING THIS STAND WITHOUT REVIEWING THE INSTRUCTIONS, meager as they are, because there are some subtle differences noted. The stand is NOT symmetrical: there's a top and a bottom, a player side and an audience side, an inner set of legs and an outer set of legs, and you want the height adjustment lock to be in a certain position and orientation. Just take it slow and keep double-checking the finished orientation of the piece you're working on, and you'll be fine.We're happy with the results, and confident that if/when we get a better/bigger/heavier keyboard this stand will still work great.4Works well for a 10lb CT-X700 Casio KeyboardLight and folds compactly. Seems more stable than I expected. Was fairly obvious how it goes together and all the parts were there. No regrets so far. Getting just the right height makes playing much easier and I can stash it away if needed.5It is a standSetup was a little bit confusing at first. One needs to assemble this unit. If you examine the image, there are two inner bars and two outer bars to the structure. The inner bars of the X design need the matching gap-distance linking pieces that support the final assembled unit on the floor and hold the keyboard. There are end caps, that need to be put on the X beam ends to attach the screws, so one inserts the metal piece that the screws twist into through the slots near the ends of the X beams, and then push the end caps over to secure them in place. Then one lined up the bracing bars and by hand you get the screws and washers twisted into link, before tightening them down with the included hex key.While I feel this model is superior due to the adjustment mechanism used, this unit lacks the keyboard lock down straps and screws that the (currently cheaper) ChromaCast double-braced stand includes. I didn't think it would be an issue until I actually set my Impact LX88+ on top of this unit, when I realized the poles designed to hold the keyboard are wider than my Impact LX88+ and thus only two of the gripping rubber caps ever contact my keybaord enough to prevent potential for it sliding off. If I could find those lock down straps separately this would be a way better setup as the impact LX88+ actually has the holes to be secured down. If it was $30 and had those tie down screws/straps I would feel the unit was worth it.Packaging was bad. It seems, like with other models I looked into, nobody cares if the rods and poles ding each other up in the box. One area of mine had some oddly placed scratches on one bar, yet oddly none of the paint on other parts showed metal on metal scratching.3Other then that this has been a great standThis is a greasy and however I bought it for my 10 year olds keyboard and the lever that raises it up and down is rather large and my daughter has caught it a couple times with her knee or she has rested her foot on it which she knows she not allowed to do and the lever comes open and the keyboard falls down! Wish the lever was somewhat hidden and not as large as it was! Other then that this has been a great stand3Good buy for the priceComes with a pictures for you to figure out assembly. IKEA instructions are better than this one. But I figured it out and it seems to work fine. My only issue is that the handle that adjusts the size is easy to accidentally knock open, which could cause a real disaster if I hit it with my knee while I was playing the keyboard or something. I tied it closed with a piece of rope for my own peace of mind. I like that it is fully and easily adjustable for just about any height though, and it came with a little Allen wrench to assemble so I didn't need to dig out a screwdriver. For the price, it works great so far. If this wasn't a replacement for a very expensive stand that was lost in a move, I probably would have bought a better-quality stand, but this is probably one of the better "cheap" ones.3Missing parts, and not super sturdy.Box came with missing screws. I found a screw in my tool box that works, but one screw hole i couldn't replace. Not sure how this got out of the factory without all of its parts. Also, one of the little rubbers on the legs keeps coming off. Guess i can't be too picky; it works okay for its intended purpose. But definitely not show, stage, or traveling quality, It'll probably not hold up very well to constant moving. Works okay to put a kid's keyboard on though. I might not let my nice Kurtzweil sit on this for much longer. It's a bit wobbly and makes me too nervous when someone walks by and bumps the keyboard. That thing cost too much for such a cheap stand. Not sure what I'll do with the stand after. It's an okay product, just not quite what I was looking for.3
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