8' High Roller Rolling Light Stand

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High Roller

You'll look like a high roller with a few of these guys rolling around your studio. Plus it's our highest rolling stand at 8 feet.

Heavy Duty

With steel construction the High Roller can take you heaviest strobes

Get out of the way

The legs fold up tight against the center column for transport.

Details

Minimum Height 43.3" (110cm)
Maximum Height 7'8" (238cm)
Stand Weight 15 lbs (6.8kg)

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JG
12/19/2018
Joseph G.
United States

Solid strobe (w/SoftBox) stand

We use it with a neewer strobe (4-5lbs) attached to a 30-inch Godox Octabox/softbox (1-3lbs). My wife & I really like this stand... Pros: 1. Solid build. 2. Legitimate storability. 3. Can stand even when folded. 4. Glides well. 5. Base is not too wide. “Future Suggestions” 1. A 10ft option w/same build&base 2. Come w/StrobePro flat-sided Spigot 3. Make stand air cushioned 4. Detachable base/pole PS, wonderful customer service

A
12/08/2018
Anonymous
Canada

rolling light stand

It arrived quick and was just what I wanted

CM
02/13/2018
Crystal M.
Canada

Love it!

This is a very sturdy stand, which is what I was looking for, but also having the wheels seems to make it take up less space because the low legs can tuck under furniture. This is not a stand to take on the go, as it weighs a lot! But it’s amazing for in studio!

SO
07/07/2017
Steve O.
Canada

buying another one today

yup, use it in the studio, easy to assemble (just put the wheels on) and then you are set to go. I'm getting another on e today

DW
01/23/2017
Doug W.

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Why is this text light Grey on my cel phone screen I can barely see it so I hope I don't make any typos. I bought the rolling stand because I already own two of them and they are great.

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