Allows your cane to stand by itself. Fits all 3/4" and 7/8" cane shafts. Simply slip off your old cane tip and put on the Self Standing Cane Tip. You will never again have to search for a wall or chair to lean your cane against. Made of sturdy nonslip rubberized material; adds stability to the cane. Will not leave black marks on floor surfaces.
Don't let a worn down or damaged cane tip hurt your mobility. Our cane tips are made of TPR rubber for a strong grip. The rubber cane tips are reinforced with metal for skid-resistant traction. They can be used on any 3/4" cane, regardless of brand. These cane accessories can be used as walking stick tips, hiking cane tips, or your traditional quad cane.
Don't try to carry your cane while using another mobility device- let this handy clip do it for you! Simply snap one side of the clip onto any tubular structure such as a table leg, walker, commode, wheelchair, or lawn chair.
Revolutionary new cane base allows almost any cane to become self-standing on a variety of flat surfaces. Features a flexible traction design that cushions the impact of everyday cane use through hands, wrists and elbows. Lightweight and easy to use, especially on stairs. Provides an alternative to using a quad cane.
The All-Terrain Cane Quad Tip allows your cane to stand upright on flat surfaces, improves stability and traction on uneven terrain, and helps to reduce impact on users hand and wrist. Fits canes with a ¾” diameter shaft.
Ambutech Marshmallow Roller Tips consist of a unique marshmallow style tip with encased roller bearing that allows the tip to rotate in the same axis as the shaft of the cane. Users like it because of the enhanced tactile transmission and the reduction in the audible tap. Made of heavy duty molded nylon. Hook style tip attaches to elastic cord in mobility canes. Color: White. One cane tip.
When you want to carry your cane with you while you use the walker. Consists of 2 pieces, one cup shape mounts on the lower frame, while a spring tension clip mounts higher. Place cane between spring jaws and bottom of cane rests in cup.