RigWheels Universal Rail Brackets and PortaRail System

Looking to travel with a very very long slider, but hate dealing with the bulk? RigWheels has introduced a few new products that you might be interested in. The first product is the Universal Rail Bracket System. A simple adjustable rail clamp to accurately lock in any set of 1"-2" round rails or up to 1 3/4" square tubing. If you have to fly off to another state, it's easy to pick up these types of rails at your destination, so that you don't need to travel with it.

Now if you really want to travel with a set of rails, RigWheels is offering up a new PortaRail Collapsible Rail System. These are 40" (1 meter) sections of (approx. 42mm OD) Round Rail that can be assembled together to create a long seamless track.

For more information about these products, check them out at http://RigWheels.com.
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7 thoughts on “RigWheels Universal Rail Brackets and PortaRail System

  1. getem

    $599 includes rails and sliders, seems like a pretty good price.

    Most cheap knock off items are of poor quality. I've bought the $150 tripods that are always advertised here and for lack of a better word they are "horrible".

    If $599 gives us great build quality, warranty and customer support then I'm all for it. Just 1 paid job will cover the expenses of this item. Really interested.......

  2. Scott

    Jordan, that's exactly what I was thinking. We should put together a build list on cheesycam to make pretty much the same thing out of easily available parts from your local hardware store...

  3. I concur. Hopefully they're receptive to feedback. $200 for a couple clamps that could be bought at a hardware store for $30 tops?

    ... yeah, I don't think so.

  4. Darnell

    It is a great idea but I agree with Brian that price is way too steep. It doesn't even include the slider.

  5. Brian

    a bit steep in price, but they do look nice. concept is great - I've purchased 5 foot PVC pipes a few times in the past when traveling for this exact thing. definitely borrowed a few design ideas from the "Revolve" to make this happen.

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