NOTE: This review has been updated as of 31 July 2021.
I have been using this stand for over 2 years now, and can say that it is (a) the most unique, (b) sturdy & light, (c) compact, (d) keyboard stand that can adapt to any size keyboard. The stand is sturdy enough to attach Triad-Orbit clamps, joints, and other Triad accessories, including a laptop platform plus Lenovo Legion laptop, without tipping or feeling unstable. I have been so impressed, that I have bought a second unit from Thomann - they've got the best prices and availability!
This is my very first order from Thomann - I ordered this stand and the two stacker kits A + B (18881 & 18882).
The 18880 stand was easy to assemble. Instructions in English were clear, with descriptive diagrams.
A little disappointed when received, as parts could be heard rattling around inside: knobs, washers, and screws. No parts bag, so they must have been loose when packaged by K&M.
After assembling and adjusting the height to a standing position for playing, I set my 60-pound Korg Triton Extreme88 on it. Looks nice in situ; hope it's rock-steady when I jam on songs like Highway Star or Carry On Wayward Son.
- Quick assembly / height adjustment (tool included)
- Lightweight, collapsible for transport
- 2nd/3rd tier stackers
- Fixed stacker width (need trays for smaller modules / keyboards - 18819, 18824)
- May wobble sideways with heavy keyboards while playing
/TLDR: Good stand, but not 100% great. Varying stability bar lengths would allow for different main keyboard widths/stacker widths.