The 007 Travel Cane is a folding cane with light designed for use by individuals with walking or balance disabilities. This cane has a patented marbled plastic handle with an LED path light, rear blinking red warning light, and a concealed pill storage compartment. Other features include a folding, adjustable aluminum shaft and a rubber suction grip tip. POWER: Uses 2 triple-A batteries (included). OPTIONS: Cane holder, replacement tips, and combi tip with retractable ice tip. DIMENSIONS: Adjust
--- DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --------- PURPOSE: To create a cane with an attached flashlight for individuals with balance, lower extremity, mobility and walking disabilities. To start, make two holes in a plumbing clip and then pass the wire through them to create a loop in which the flashlight fits securely. When the wire loop is complete, make sure that the clip fits the cane. To attach the flashlight to the clip assembly, apply pressure to the wire as the flashlight is inserted to keep the flashl
The Folding Flashlight Royal Cane, model 5716, is a cane with light designed for use by individuals with balance or walking disabilities. Equipped with a rechargeable flashlight, this cane is also useful for persons with low vision. Features include a high- intensity LED light that illuminates brightly from the handle, a soothing vibrating mechanism that can also serve as a back or hand massager, and a flashing red light with a safety alarm. The cane folds to fit inside a small bag or a large p
The PathLighter Cane is a cane with light designed for use by individuals with walking or balance disabilities. This cane is equipped with a built-in light that illuminates the lower section of the cane and casts a pool of light at the user's feet. The light turns on and off at the push of a button built into the handle. The cane has an aluminum and polycarbonate shaft with an offset handle, a foam handgrip, and a rubber tip. A replacement bulb is included. POWER: Uses three double-A batteries (
This 58 inch lightweight, folding, four-part cane not only notifies others that the user is visually impaired, but also alerts one's presence in the dark. A bright glow is emitted from the cane, reducing the risk of accidents. The cane automatically charges when it is exposed to sunlight. A fully charged cane will glow for up to six hours. There is no need to turn the glow on as the cane adapts to the environment.