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I found a dealer for the Stay keyboard stand, specifically the model
https://www.staymusicstands.com/products/supports-for-keyboards/piano/70001-2/

Does anyone have any experience with this model?
The intended use for me is to carry the rather heavy Kawai MP7SE.

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FWIW (I don't own one) --

The design of the lower section -- the feet, resting on the floor -- looks like it gives a narrow base for the stand-and-piano. And the upper arms (which hold the piano) don't support the ends of the piano.

There is no specification for the width of the lower section, or the distance between the upper arms (where the piano sits). It would be useful to have those measurements.

For an MP7, a "Z-stand" or "table stand" might be a better choice.


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Thanks for the feedback.

I don’t have much more information about the product measurements. It claims a maximum support of 130 kg.

I did manage to find a video review if anyone is interested:



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I will have a look into different Z-model designs.


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