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MultiCart 8-in-1 Equipment Transporter R2RT Micro (Red)

BH #MUR2RTRD • MFR #R2RT-RD
MultiCart 8-in-1 Equipment Transporter R2RT Micro (Red)
Key Features
  • 350 lb Load Capacity
  • Extends from 26-39" in Length
  • Adjusts into 8 Different Configurations
  • Foam-Filled, No-Flat Rear Wheels
Although highly compact at 26" in length, which allows for a small footprint and makes it suitable as a travel cart, the red 8-in-1 Equipment Transporter R2RT Micro from RockNRoller supports up to 350 pounds and expands into eight different configurations. It vastly decreases time and effort when moving huge amounts of equipment. It telescopes from 26-39" to fit equipment of different sizes and shapes. As far as it being a travel cart, when folded it even fits in airplane overhead bins. Folded to its most compact form, the R2 Micro measures only 26 x 14 x 6.5".
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Has anyone tried checking this cart for air ...

Has anyone tried checking this cart for air travel?
Asked by: Tom
I have traveled with other carts, but carts that large usually need to be checked in. And it is best to contact the specific airline you travel most with to check on their specific policy. And you should get a bag for it or get some bungee cords for it to prevent it from opening up, https://bhpho.to/3CDsN55
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2021-08-11

CAN THIS R2 GO UP & CAN DOWN STEPS WITH A 100LB ...

CAN THIS R2 GO UP & CAN DOWN STEPS WITH A 100LB LOAD?
Asked by: BOB
The cart is rated to hold 350lbs. The strength of the operators would need to be taken into consideration going up stairs with a 100lb load.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2019-04-11

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Another surface question, has anyone used this model on sand? If so, how did it do?
Asked by: Robert H.
According to the manufacturer, this cart will travel well on sand and gravel.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-27

Has anyone tried checking this cart for travel? ...

Has anyone tried checking this cart for travel? Is there a better choice for air travel?
Asked by: Tom
This cart to my understanding is too large to carry onto a plane. You might consider instead something like the Remin Concorde III Cart BH #REC3 • MFR #C3. And be sure to double check your airline's carry on luggage dimensions guidelines.
Answered by: Jessica G
Date published: 2021-07-23

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how do you uncross and open the handles?
Asked by: Anonymous
easy!
Answered by: Svitlana B.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Has anyone found a duffel bag or case of some type that can hold the R2 Micro?
Asked by: Salvador
Haven't seen anything,But honestly I don't think you really need a bag for it I use it all the time so even if I had a bag it would always be thrown in the corner.
Answered by: mel s.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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How well do the wheel on this cart do on rough surfaces such as gravel and grass?
Asked by: Sandra S.
I am sorry to say, I'm not sure. We use them for catering supplies including an espresso machine so normally only use in loading dock areas and service entrances. I would expect/assume they would not be ideal thinking larger more pneumatic type wheels would be better suited for those surfaces.Regards,
Answered by: Rick M.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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The overview of this product says that it can be fit into an airplane's overhead compartment, but in the photo it doesn't look like this cart can fold down that small. Do the wheels fold up, or will I have to leave the wheels down when I put this in my trunk? It seems to me that that would take a lot of space. I just want to know exactly what I'm ordering before I buy it. Thanks!
Asked by: Emily-Jane P.
Wheels do not fold in or up. The arms fold flat to the base. The base expands and contracts within itself to make it smaller. fits in the trunk pretty well. Only annoyance is that when folded, the arms dont lock in so if you pick it up wrong, they swing out wildly. Other than that this is a pretty sturdy little unit.
Answered by: Anthony P.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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