The bag itself is quite nicely made, the material and padding is OK, and the zips seem quite strong. The main problem is that how the carry handles are attached does not make sense. The rectangular metal strap connecting loops are sewn on at right angles to the bag, but when you lift the bag, they naturally get pulled at an angle. This puts strain on the stitching on the bag and the metal loops rotate round so that they end up with the small sides against the strap rather than the large sides. This makes the strap ends and the part connected to the bag bunch-up unpleasantly. It's difficult to describe in words, but it's basically just a poorly thought out design.
I would suggest paying a little more for something that will last longer.
This gig bag is excellent value for money in my opinion. The zip is heavy duty, as is the bag material itself. The design is well though out, allowing for storage of extras, such as sustain pedal, leads and a power adaptor. A divider for the inside is included, with Velcro fastening, which allows partitioning of items which may damage the casing of your piano. The padding of the gig bag is sufficient for transporting in a car, or by hand, but it would not stand the rigours of touring or protect your equipment safely as a flight case, although this is not the intended purpose of these budget bags anyway.
I contemplated spending a little more, to protect what is an expensive and unwieldy item, but I am very happy with this.
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