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Header image for article AbelCine is Now a Reseller of Inovativ Equipment Carts

AbelCine is Now a Reseller of Inovativ Equipment Carts

AbelCine is excited to announce that we are now official resellers of the Inovativ line of equipment carts. Originally designed out of necessity by a working professional, these durable carts are compact in design, balanced and customizable.

All three models (Scout, Echo, Ranger) feature unique features such as the SLAS (Self-Locking Adjustable Shelving) system. SLAS allows users to collapse, extend and adjust the shelving for a smoother, more compact configuration.

Additionally, with the introduction of hydraulic disk brakes, breaking is now more efficient and powerful utilizing a single lever to actuate two separate calipers to clamp down on two stainless steel rotors.

 

SCOUT

An ultra-lightweight, compact cart specifically designed for the frequent traveler, the Scout is available in multiple sizes and utilizes Inovativ's patented SLAS system. Hand-welded from 5052 aluminum, the Scout makes for an extremely stable, durable workspace. It also collapses down to fit into a slim, seven-inch thick, flight-ready travel case.

More info and specs on all three sizes: Scout 31, Scout 37, Scout 42

ECHO

The model that began it all, the Echo was created with the working DIT in mind. With ergonomic design features such as a rolled top shelf for less wrist fatigue and a low profile drawer, the Echo allows for a more organized workspace.

More info and specs on all three sizes: Echo 30, Echo 36, Echo 48

RANGER

With over three years of R&D behind it, the Ranger was designed from the ground up with a lightweight aluminum foundation. CNC'd wheels and accessories mean any extra weight is shaved off, without compromising durability. Just like the other two carts, the Ranger has a completely tools-free design and is equipped with Inovativ's Foot Brake System.

More info and specs on all three sizes: Ranger 30, Ranger 36, Ranger 48

For a closer look at the carts, you can also stop by our NY and LA showrooms. Be sure to contact AbelCine Sales to learn more about specific models and accessories.

 

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