Drive Medical Foam Grip Offset Handle Walking Cane Silver
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With attractive color and a soft foam grip, this deluxe cane with offset handle by Drive Medical is stylish, comfortable and functional. 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 handle is ergonomically designed to reduce hand pressure allowing for increased stability, while the foam grip ensures added comfort. The handle adjusts from 30" to 39" in height and locks securely thanks to a metal lock-nut silencer. The sturdy, 1" diameter anodized, extruded aluminum tube construction can withstand a 300 pound weight capacity.
Features and Benefits
Ergonomically designed handle with soft foam grip provides comfort and security
Comes standard with foam rubber grip and wrist strap
Manufactured with sturdy extruded aluminum tubing
Easy-to-use, one-button height adjustment with locking ring to prevent rattling
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