The HurryCane- The All-Terrain Cane
- Hurrycane is all-terrain cane that gives dignity to human mobility Patented, pivoting head providing 3 points of contact for superior balance and stability
- Designed to feel like an extension of the body Stands on its own Expands and retracts to fit the vast majority of cane users
- 8 sizing options via push button adjustment, to reach lengths as tall as 37-1/2" tall and as short as 30-1/2" Folds to an easily storable 13-3/4" Fabricated from lightweight, yet extremely strong and sturdy aluminum alloy
- Folds to an easily storable 13-3/4" Fabricated from lightweight, yet extremely strong and sturdy aluminum alloy Weighs less then 1 lb. Wrist strap included Recommended user weight limit of 350 lb. Imported
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Hurrycane® All-Terrain Cane The Hurrycane is an all-terrain cane with a patented, pivoting head that provides 3 points of contact for superior balance and stability. It easily adjusts to varying heights for users of all sizes, and can stand on its own. The HurryCane Walking Cane is a reliable and handy mobility aid that is suitable for any user. It provides stability and support on all terrain thanks to a patented pivoting head that provides three points of contact with the ground. The cane also folds down for convenient storage and transport between uses and includes a wrist strap and travel bag for portability. This foldable walking cane is height adjustable so that it can be modified and made compatible with users of all sizes.
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Additionally, if I were to single out any one complaint of my WIFE's about any of my previous canes it would be that they fall down and make a big metallic (or wooden) crashing sound. It bothers her to no end whenever we're out...I don't mind it, but I am sensitive to her complaints and I do have to admit it happens a lot.
But this is my review, so here goes (and yes, I'll get to my wife's reaction, too):
1. Just so you know, I'm 5 foot 10 inches, and about 195 pounds. The strength and support of the cane is more than adequate. There is no wobble in it, nor does it squeak or make any sound that requires oiling...I've read some people's complaints in this department and I have no idea what others are talking about.
2. As I alluded to in the opening paragraph, the stiffness of a regular cane can be a problem for your shoulder or hand after using it all day. Face it: however fancy you make a regular cane, it's just a more elegant version of a stick, and leaning on it all day is rough on your palm as well as your upper arm and shoulder--the portion of your body that has to take the burden of each impact.Read more ›
I've had my cane for a week now. So far, it works as advertised. It seems sturdy. It does fold and self-assemble well and the specially designed "foot" works well. Its limited flexibility is a real improvement over the other stiff designs. For those of us who cling to self-respect, you want to know it looks nice, not industrial looking at all like most metal canes. Making it black is an intelligent touch. I like it.
Two negatives that you need to be aware of: First, the safety cautions:
The cane does stand easily and well BUT ONLY ON uncarpeted floors. It is a real improvement for me when I am in our kitchen, the place where I need both hands the most. It will not stand anywhere else in our short hair carpeted home. When it does fall, it is possible to get it back by stepping on the base with your toes. However, it is not as easy as the un-handicapped model makes it appear. Fortunately, I assumed that caution is in order because you might smack yourself stepping on the base. Despite my caution, I have managed to smack myself in the face once already. People who do not have experience with people who need a cane do not seem to know that needing a cane is most often a balancing, not a limping problem. It is not easy for all cane uers to control the foot pressure they place on the base when attempting to get it upright.Read more ›
So much for it's advertised features, now the really bad stuff. The all terrain feature uses an internal ball joint and a rubber like ring to allow the bottom of the foot to flex and to bring the foot back to level. After about 3- or 4-months use the ring was shredded and would not bring the foot back to level or allow the cane to stand. I finally had to use epoxy to lock the ball join so the cane could be used. The three pads on the bottom of the foot have their own trick. If you really tighten the retaining screw, then the pad will likely pull off leaving the screw behind. If you don't tighten the retaining screw really tight then it will back out. My cure for that was to use super glue on the pad retaining screws. I would replace the foot with a regular foot as you can do with most canes but I can find no way to remove the foot.
Bottom line, the Hurrycane is a heavily advertised gimmicky product, save your money.
Some followup information. Shortly after writing my initial review the foot of the cane broke completely rendering the cane useless. My wife's new cane has a better handle and the shaft is made from high strength aluminium which make the cane much lighter. It's surprising how heavy the Hurry Cane is in comparison
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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I have this in my car and my husband has one in his car. It has everything you'd need in an emergency. Read morePublished 2 months ago by cheryl fortner
I bought for my mom and she loves it. She loves being outside and this helps her on all terrains.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Had it stolen at Walmart, so ordered a new one direct from HurryCane.Published 5 months ago by Dorothy L. Glaser
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