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Gator G-Tour Speaker Case - Dual QSC K12

Model: GTOUR-SPKR-2K12

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About: Gator G-Tour Speaker Case - Dual QSC K12

Tour style case to hold (2) QSC K12 speakers. Accessory compartment for cables and connectors.

  • G-Tour style case designed to fit (2) QSC K12 loudspeakers
  • Rugged plywood construction with PVC exterior and aluminum valance
  • PE internal padding & EVA foam divider keeps speakers secure during transport
  • Built in accessory storage compartment inside divider
  • Red recessed twist latches and spring-loaded rubber gripped handles
  • (4) 3” casters (2 locking)
  • Two internal compartments to hold each speaker. Interior dimensions list individual compartment for (1) speaker.

 Interior Dimensions

    Interior Length: 368 mm
    Interior Width: 381 mm
    Interior Height: 610 mm

Exterior Dimensions

    Exterior Length: 864 mm
    Exterior Width: 406 mm
    Exterior Height: 762 mm
    Exterior Weight: 20.41 kilograms

Shipping Dimensions

    Exterior Length: 889 mm
    Exterior Width: 432 mm
    Exterior Height: 787 mm
    Exterior Weight: 21.32 kilograms

UPC: 716408530482 is a Canadian authorized Gator retailer.

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Warranty: Gator G-Tour Speaker Case - Dual QSC K12 Warranty:

30 Days

Manufacturer's Warranty:

We are proud of Gator products and want you to be proud to use them. If there is any defect, we will be happy to replace or repair it for you.

Warranty covers Gator products only. We cannot be held responsible for any gear damaged while in Gator cases. Gator does not provide specs for maximum weight allowable per case. Common sense applies! Warranty does not cover cases damaged by weight of contents!

The warranty is good for the first owner and will cover any damages or problems that occur through the normal use of the product. Unfortunately, this does not cover thing like using your case as a speed bump, tossing it from high buildings, or leaving it outside during a hurricane.