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Drive Medical Adjustable Height Aluminum Folding Cane with Comfortable Gel Hand Grip, Black
- New gel grip reduces hand stress and fatigue
- Cane folds into four convenient parts for easy storage
- Comes with plastic clip to hang cane when folded
- Manufactured with sturdy, extruded aluminum tubing
- Handle Height: 33"-37"; Diameter: 0.75"; Weight Capacity: 300 lbs
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From the Manufacturer
- Overall Product Length: 5"
- Overall Product Width: 0.75"
- Overall Product Height: 33"
- Actual Product Weight: 0.9 lbs
- Product Weight Capacity: 300 lbs
- Handle Height (Min): 33"
- Handle Height (Max): 37"
- Diameter: 0.75"
Folding Cane with Gel Hand Grip is height adjustable, providing style and quality
New gel grip reduces hand stress and fatigue
Cane folds into four convenient parts for easy storage
If you are looking for comfort and style, look no further. Drive Medical's adjustable height folding gel grip cane has you covered. The gel grip is designed to reduce stress and hand fatigue providing a more comfortable experience. The handle height is adjustable from 33 to 37 inch allowing for personal sizing. As an added bonus, a handy wrist strap attached to the handgrip will ensure that you are always in reach of your cane when you need it. The cane easily folds and unfolds with out tools, making storage or travel convenient. The product is manufactured with sturdy, 1 inch diameter anodized, extruded aluminum tubing.
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Top Customer Reviews
I don't think I should have to ask anyone else, though. I can read (with magnification) and instructions should be all I require. And, no, the magnification does not help with seeing how to fold it -- perhaps because it's black and that makes it hard for me to see details on it. (Maybe I should have gotten a blue one, but black goes with everything and I didn't realize it could be a problem.)
There IS a white plastic partial ring around it which doesn't seem to do anything at all. It's loose and moves around freely. (The black ring underneath can be unscrewed, but it seemed to make no difference when I loosened it completely.)
It seems an excellent cane, otherwise, and all I need is to be able to fold it.
HOWEVER the description isn't correct. The cane does NOT have a gel grip or a wrist strap. It also ISN'T an inch in diameter. I measured because I wanted to order extra tips. It is a little over 3/4 of an inch in diamter, so I don't know exactly what size tips to buy, but 1 inch would be too big.
I notified Amazon of the description errors, so, hopefully, the seller will fix it soon.
Storage solution: I got some velcro and designed it so the Velcro wraps around the cane and allows the user to fold and hold the cane in place for storage or to sit next to you at a table. The velcro attaches to the cane and wraps around the posts when not in use. Why do I put this in? Because carrying a plastic case to keep it in is inconvenient, and I thought that it might be a good solution for others who have folding cane. It's also easy to design a wrist strap if you feel you need one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used this on a trip to California and it was flawless thru airports, on airplanes, and for walking down very long halls and up/down steps. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Suzanne Kammerer
I just wish it had a way to keep it folded with an elastic band.Published 2 months ago by Marcia Austin
Just took this cane with me to Florida for a week. I loved that it could collapse and fit into my large purse. Read morePublished 2 months ago by S. Steinberger
This is my 2nd Drive cane. My first was all steel and almost twice as heavy as its aluminum replacement. Read morePublished 3 months ago by W. Pollock