On-Stage UTC2200 Utility Cart

 
4.8

(7 reviews)

SKU: OUTC2200X-P

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The ultra-convenient UTC2200 makes hauling your gear the last thing you need to worry about.

The UTC2200 Utility Cart is practically a necessity for musicians on the move. Weighing a mere 28.7 pounds, it holds up to 485 pounds of equipment and is easily adjustable to whatever size gear you’re hauling. The 4” front casters turn with smooth precision in any direction and can be locked when standing still. Its 8” rear wheels are built to handle punishment - they both resist wear and have a unique texture that keeps you moving.

When you need to move the cart from place to place, it conveniently folds up for compact storage.

  • Holes in handles for hanging cart when not in use.
  • 4" Front casters turn easily and can be locked.
  • 8" Rear wheels are built to resist wear and have a unique texture that keeps you moving.
  • Handles can fold up/down independently of each other, allowing you to use the UTC2200 as a hand-truck.
  • Cart easily expands from 28½" to 42½" in length to accomodate the gear that you are moving.

On-Stage Item No. UTC2200, 12921

From the studio to the stage, Sam Ash Music has you covered with the latest gear and accessories. With our many decades of experience and efficient order processing, your satisfaction is guaranteed!

Specs
Holds up to 485 lbs.
Folds easily for compact storage.
Compact size: (w)18" x (l)28-1/2"
Extended size: (w)18" x (l)42-1/2"
Platform bed height: 10-1/2"
Handle height: 31"

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4.9

(based on 7 reviews)

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5.0

Wheelin' and Dealin'!

By 

from Las Vegas

Staff Reviewer

Pros

  • 4" LOCKING Casters
  • 8" Rugged Rear Wheels
  • Simple Storage

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Gigs & Roadies
    • Transportation of Equipment

    If you're anything like me, you need every ounce of energy you've got to put on the ultimate performance for your adoring fans. Luckily, the 2200 series UTC from On-Stage makes handling all my awkward, heavy gear a breeze! With 4" locking casters and 8" all-terrain rear wheels, this little beast goes anywhere and everywhere. Don't overspend on a bulky, inconvenient competitor- Steal this deal of a dolly!

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    5.0

    Don't Leave Home Without It!

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    from Indianapolis, IN

    Staff Reviewer

    Pros

    • durable

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Carrying your gear

      This is honestly one of the handiest tools to have around. I mean, you have to save your energy for the show and not exhaust yourself by carrying gear in! Let this cart do the work for you. Its easily able to fold up and go with you anywhere, its very stable and durable, and you're going to wonder how you lived without it!

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      5.0

      A Band Must

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      from Canoga Park, CA

      Staff Reviewer

      How did I get by at gigs without this thing. As I get older, I don't necessarily bring a full stack to every gig. What you don't realize when you pair down your rig is that now you have no wheels. Seldom in LA do you get to park anywhere near the load in area, so you end up schlepping combos, guitars, and tons of other gear. I can get my whole load of amp, pedal board, and guitar with one easy trip with this thing. Worth its weight in gold.

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      4.0

      Super Convienient

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      from Edison, NJ

      Staff Reviewer

      Love this cart, I keep it handy for all of my gigs and jobs where I'm lugging around equipment most of the day. It has an extendable flatbed which is good for when you want to lay some big stuff across it, but also for when you want to fold it and make it collapsible. It also has all terrain tire tread so that you don't have to worry about your cart getting stuck in grass or only being limited to rolling on smooth surfaces.

       
      5.0

      Great Cart!

      By 

      from nyc

      Staff Reviewer

      Pros

      • durable
      • easy to use

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • gigging
        • moving gear

        This is a great cart for an gigging musician. We use they regularly to move around amps and studio gear and they work fantastically well. The break down nicely and are very sturdy you can tell that it is going to work very well. I would recommend to anyone in the business.

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        5.0

        A must have for any giggin musician!

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        from Indianapolis

        Staff Reviewer

        Pros

        • affordable
        • built tough
        • rolls easily

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • around the house
          • gigging
          • live

          Great cart for loading drums, amps, lights, pa gear, your millions of fans, the party, anything at all! Really solid build quality. Save yourself from back breaking trips to and from the van. Also great in a pinch around the house for moving things around as well.

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          5.0

          On Stage cart

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          from Cincinnati, OH

          Staff Reviewer

          All that I have to say is this...same price point as its competitor except this has bigger tires which allows for easier transport of gear, even up a flight of stairs. Other brands also comes disassembled while this one comes fully assembled right out of the box. No weird wires you have to pull on which eventually break as it is a push bar..an actual piece of metal!

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