RockNRoller R12RT (All-Terrain)

Transport Wagon

  • Length: 86 cm - 132 cm
  • Width: 35 cm
  • Width including wheels: 50 cm
  • Height when folded: 31 cm
  • Height when unfolded: 106 cm
  • Rotatable front wheels: 8" x 2" R-Trac
  • Rear wheels: 10" x 3" R-Trac
  • Weight: 15 kg
  • Load bearing capacity: 227 kg

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It Certainly beats carrying in gear !
Glenn2701, 04.09.2017
I've used this for a few years now , and as a weekly gigging musician , pulling in PA and guitar amps it is pretty indispensable.
I previously used a "sack barrow" but the castors didn't perform so well on some rough car parks, and cobbles.
Criticisms . . . The brakes are not so great , they work on the front wheels which will sort of lock , but with a good weight on the trolley you still get some unpredictable movement.
Load - over time my pull handles have bent , probably when faced with small door sills , I keep meaning to whip them off and straighten in a vice , but it ain't so bad.

As a one man band , with carefully loading , I can roll into a venue and get the bulk of the boxes in , and then bring stands , bags and guitar gigbags in.

I use it to haul - either 2 sets of LD Maui 28 , or 2 Yamaha dsr 15,s
Plus one flightcased mixer , one flightcases pedal train junior , one guitar cab 1x12 and 2 stairville power led bars , which forms a fairly flat load with platform not fully extended , I can then put a tubemeister and cable bag on top , with minimal risk of toppling , albeit the load will be stacked to a height of 5 feet

It saves time and multiple trips - but is probably pricy for what it is- but mine has lasted 250 or so gigs , without any serious wear and tear , so if anything happened to it , I would buy another !

I can use it on stage as a platform for the mixer , by reducing base size, and then flipping onto one side , with the wheels facing to back of stage ,and placing mixer and lid on top as a sort of cantilevered arrangement .
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Great idea, poor execution
Auraboy, 04.04.2014
Having had lots of poor transport options before, now our band has started gigging a lot more, and with a lot more gear, we've upgraded everything. After looking through loads of options we thought this RockNRoller cart was big enough for most of our kit and we went with the All-Terrain wheel version since there are still some awkward entrances at smaller venues when you're forced to park up on uneven, badly lit surfaces out back.

The whole idea of this sort of cart is great. Unfortunately the build quality must have dropped recently as I'm not sure how everyone can give it such high scores. Rather than having a simple latching system to set up and down, the sections use really poor cables to deform the metal and the support struts simply don't fit. We ended up having to bend the metal struts with pliers to get the cart set up and it's very poorly designed in that the folding sections don't quite fit together neatly so they always stick out and swing wildly into part position when in storage. You can easily smash something or slice your finger open.

Given the price I was expecting a bit more in the quality control department. It's still a very good idea and it does work better than many of the equipment trollies that are designed for factories and people with big warehouses - unfortunately given how poor this one was put together and some really stupid flaws with latching it's probably not worth the money.
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Excellent product
Denis from Marbs, 10.03.2020
This is the second trolley I have bought from Thomann.
I bought a Millenium Go Kart Truck XL (£75) and after a lot of hard work ( I gig 4/5 times a week) it died after 3.5 years.
Because the amount of use my trolley gets, and often over cobbled pavements ( I live is Spain), I have now got the RocknRoller R12RT and it is excellet - the larger front wheels are much better for my use HOWEVER it is double the price of the Millenum .... so if you are only using a couple of times a week over smooth surfaces then I'd go for the Millenium if you want a tougher trolley then go straight for the RockNRoller.
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Saves a lot of time, leg and backwork, handle too weak and bend with heavy loads or going up hill
Antoine171, 20.05.2014
I have had this item a couple of years and it has been very invaluable for saving time, leg work and your back. I work solo so have to do all the lifting. Some gigs especially outdoor events you have to take your equipment some distance often on rough or uneven ground, this manages it easily even carrying heavy loads. You can extend it to twice its length so you can carry a huge amount on it, the only thing you have to be careful of is if you load it up with too many items not having sides on the trolley items can slide off but that's common sense & you could strap them on.
Definitely worth getting if you cart a lot of gear around or as a solo musician were you don't like doing too many trips between the van & venue encase equipment gets stolen, also when you are trying to juggle your way around drunk punters. They also have a good backup of spare parts.

Now for the negative
The trolley is made of fairly heavy steel (wish it was lightweight aluminium) so if you have to lift it on the back of a high van is hard work also the wheels get in the way spinning around(a bit to big to keep in a car). It has a wheel brake which is pretty much useless so if you load up on a hill make sure you put something in front to stop it rolling down the hill with your valuable equipment while running someone over. The bars that you pull it along with are fairly thin metal and bends easily then pulling heavy loads. It's easy to bend back but this should be more solid. You can configure the trolley like a sack trolley but I would not trust theses bars not to bend. Also I bought the top & bottom shelf for this unit & the top shelf does not line up properly on one of the corners.
But these are really minor points to the advantage it gives you. If it was lost or stolen I would get another one as now would be lost without one of these trolleys
Have had to replace the handle as it bent so many times pulling loads you can get a replacement handle in the UK from liftmate.co.uk
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