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Sorry, I don't own a Casiotone 202. This is adjustable and would probably suit most keyboards. It certainly suited my Yamaha.
By Alipay on 17 June 2014
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The stand is good quality and very strong also its adjustable. The answer is yes
By frank johnson on 23 October 2016
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I'm not sure but would doubt it as the stand is described for use with keyboards, not pianos. Plus having used this type of stand with my portable keyboard I found it irritating not having any knee room when playing seated. Eventually I cut my losses and purchased a Yamaha stand with clear knee room, heaven. In any c… see more I'm not sure but would doubt it as the stand is described for use with keyboards, not pianos. Plus having used this type of stand with my portable keyboard I found it irritating not having any knee room when playing seated. Eventually I cut my losses and purchased a Yamaha stand with clear knee room, heaven. In any case I thought all digital pianos come complete,or bundled, with stands as shown on Amazon, my Yamaha Arius digital piano did. Hope this helps. see less
By Toby on 06 May 2014
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don't know, but only buy if you want to play your keyboard standing up
By RW on 01 May 2015
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I would imagine so as my yamaha just sits on it with two straps to keep it in place.
By Amazon Customer on 26 November 2015
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I don't know. But I have a Casio CT-670 Tone Bank Keyboard and it suit for this.
and it suit for this.

By Melinda Kelemen on 06 December 2015
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Yes. The stand takes my Yamaha P95 which is 12kg. The Casio is only 5.3 kg.
I have the stand at a low position so that I can sit at it, rather than stand, and the Casio would fit on that position with about 15cm or so to spare i.e 7 cm either side.

By Glynnar on 22 November 2015
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Sorry, but I don't know the measurements of your keyboard.
By Paul Warren on 23 May 2016