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It can support 250lbs and weighs no more than 0. Carex Folding Canes can support 250lbs while weighing zero. It weighs about 7 pounds. For moments when you need a hand for holding it, as well as to facilitate remembering the walking stick or to adjust the height, it has an adjustable height of 33" - 37" and has a soft grip handle & wrist strap.
The best cane for you depends on your lifestyle. You should choose a mens cane or a womens cane according to the needs you have. Our Soft Grip Folding Cane might not be the right choice for you, but we also have wooden canes, adjustable canes, quad canes, comfort grip canes, offset canes, and derby canes available.
Soft Grip Folding Cane has multiple colors, is adjustable & can be easily folded in your bag to be carried in your car or while on the go to provide you with support
The collapsible canes that CAREX HEALTH BRANDS have been creating for over 30 years are among the best in the world. With the goal of providing high quality walking canes that bring dignity and ease of use to consumers, we aim to make life easier and healthier for them
Questions & Answers
Can you tell me the folded dimensions?
You can adjust it according to the height you select. My size is 36 inches long, and when folded, it is 15 inches long. This device will fold down to a height of 12 inches when folded down to 33 As I fold the segments, I use the large black rubber band looped around the shaft to hold them together.
In my backpack, I must put my cane. It is too tall to fit the other Carex I have. Can you tell me how tall this cane is at its smallest?
This is achieved by adjusting the height button, so that the whole came can be brought down to 11". My backpack has no need for the height adjustment button due to the fact that I carry it all the time.
Does this cane have a rubber tip that fits this size?
It may be mentioned in the description, but I am not certain. An example of how this cane might be folded is listed below. As much as I would like to measure yours for you, the tip is on too tight and I do not want to risk making it fit loosely by forcing it. It is only possible to ask the manufacturer for assistance.
Could you please provide a picture of the whole ?
Greetings to you, Meaza. I appreciate your reaching out to our company. The full picture of the cane has been updated. Let me know if you are able to check the product again on Please visit us. I'd like to thank you again, Chandu.
Selected User Reviews For Carex Health Brands Soft Grip Folding Cane - Foldable Walking Cane For Men and Women - Adjustable Height (33"-37"), Anti-Slip Rubber Tip, Soft Derby Style Ergonomic Handle, Black Cane
Aside from looking nice, I also want to be as healthy as possible
use two canes at the same time because I'm old and I have balance issues. I also like to look as good To match my outfit, I like to color coordinate my canes. My collection of canes has evolved over the years into several different colored sets. After years of wear, I finally broke my blue set. Since I bought my first Carex cane in 1983, I have purchased many more This is my favorite bb. I liked that they were always strong, had a comfortable handle, great rubber tips, and the color stayed on It's been a while since I bought a new set The situation is not satisfactory for me. For instance, all my folding canes have a screw/washer device made from the same metal material as the canes that you use to adjust the height after you have tightened the upper portion of the cane. As far as we know, the set does not include In place of it, they have a black plastic screw/washer device. This may not be a big issue for you, but I think it's ugly. On the bag that the canes came in, a picture of the colored screw/washer device set on the same metal material as the canes could be seen. Plastic is used in place of metal in an attempt to save money. I am very disappointed in this.
| Jan 09, 2021
As a tall person, I stand 6' 1"
Although this cane is very lightweight and easy to close up, it is not as long as I would like. It is possible to adjust the length of a cane. Although even at its longest setting, it is just an inch or so too short. It certainly would not be suitable for someone taller than six feet. Despite the fact that I do use it, I rate it four stars. You can take it anywhere with you. In addition, I put a lot of weight on it, and it doesn't complain, and it still folds up quickly and The only thing that would make this a 5 star cane for me is if it were 1" longer.
| Oct 30, 2020
In two weeks, I returned the HurryCane to Amazon because it didn't meet my expectations
Despite this, my need was still for an integrated cane with all the features of the HurryCane, so I sought out a non-junk solution. My search led me there. Carex Soft Grip Folding Cane and Hugo Mobility Quadpod Ultra Stable Cane Tip with Compact Quad Design, 3/4 Inches, Black are the items I've purchased. It is very easy to install the Quadpod onto the Carex cane. The ends of the cane are no longer clunking down at the end, but since the Quadpod is made of hard rubber, there is still some flexing when you place/lift it at the ground. A cane like this has just the right amount of (silent) flex to ensure a sense of stability. Carex canes are composed of 4 segments separated by a bunjy and assembled into a strong and sturdy cane with no slop in the connections, but can be broken down very easily for transport and stowing. Carex has a similarly styled handle but is made with soft rubber that is not slippery at all, giving it an edge over the HurryCane, which has a hard plastic handle that is unbearably hard and In ground that is hard and level, the Quadpod allows the cane to stand vertically unassisted. There is no possibility of it falling down, even if it is There is even a low-level platform attached to it Carpet and short grass provide about the same level of stability during use as the HurryCane on a hard surface. There is an increase of about 1 cent for the Quadpod. After installing to the bottom of the cane, this extension will add 5" of height. Some people with shorter statures already have their cane at the shortest adjustment and it is still too high for them to use it properly. If that happens, then a quick and easy solution would be to simply cut a short section of the cane off with a TEKTON 6460 Tubing Cutter 1/8" to 1-1/2" It has an O-ring diameter of 1/8 inch. You can use a hacksaw or a file. Compared to HurryCane, this solution is just as good and I would recommend it highly. I have added an update to my August 27th, 2013 post I used this cane for 6 months and it eventually In spite of its shortness, it gave me the most return for the money I spent. As a result, I almost never had to use the breakdown features of the cane because I was almost always able to stow it standing up on the floor with the Quadpod tip. As far as the screwing collar is concerned, there is none at the base of the height - There is an adjustable section so that if weight is applied to the cane, all the weight is carried by the spring loaded tab that engages the hole in the selected position. I had a situation in which this adjustment hole swelled out and the tab dented, giving me a sway in the cane where the adjustment point is located. As an alternative to the screwing collar, there is a firm plastic collar/bushing at the base of the upper adjustment tube. A piece like this serves to reduce play as a result of having 2 different sizes of tubing that are slid into each There is also a wallowing effect, which renders this collar/bushing A result is a cane whose upper section is loosely connected to its second section, resulting in a shaky feel when being used. Another way of saying this is Approximately 6 months from now. In addition, the rubberized surface of the derby handle slowly wears down to the underlying plastic as it is used. Note that I am a man with a body mass of 285 pounds who may apply more weight to his cane than he should. The Hugo cane has only been in my possession for a couple weeks, but in that time I've decided that it's superior to the Carex cane (and it costs 2/3 as much). It involves a collar at the base of each adjustment section that screws down to align and stabilize the slop that occurs in the concentric sections, a wider handle so body weight is distributed over more surface area, and a thicker rubberized coating on the handle. A Quadpod with a Carex attachment was seamlessly transferred to a Hugo.
| Sep 04, 2020
The quality varies depending on the component The materials are not of good quality
The pros are The curved construction can be collapsed easily to save space or to make it fit into overhead bins in aircraft*The flat black color blends well in*The rubber covered hand grips offer a more comfortable grip than wood or metal handles*The cons are A shoddy construction job. A loud click noise can be heard at every step caused by the separation of the primary joint on the bottom of the first section. It only takes a few seconds for the rubberized handle to tear. Poor quality rubber or thin material are both responsible for this problem. The tears wear off, and you can hear the squeals when you touch the concrete steps.
A normal contact with concrete steps may scratch the paint.
These relationships can last between one week and three months before they start to "click. " The design of this item cannot be repaired. With too short a stock to hold, it pops out as a result of the pressure fit. The rattling does not pose a safety concern, but it does rattle against the Even then, it couldn't be more annoying except if it were the squeaky hinges on the front door. There was a threaded screw down on the OLDER model that was eliminated in an effort to cut costs. This is just an engineering trade off that doesn't make sense. A brief update It has now been three weeks since that day, and I so far have 3 laying around. It might seem reasonable to assume they would last at least that many months if they were purchased in February and April? It makes such a loud and distracting noise at work that I can't use it. There is too much noise and it is As soon as that is gone, the cane is toast. It does not jam back together again. This means that the brass pole that sticks out of the hole for height adjustment (like a tent pole) bangs against the soft aluminum pole. Increasing the hole length causes the slippage to increase, and the clicking to increase. Because of the poor quality and fit of the ring, and because of the soft aluminum, this product is not up to snuff. There's just too much potential for failure for it to be of much use other than for emergencies. The design is clearly flawed and needs to be corrected.
| Jul 24, 2020
Due to its folding capabilities, I used this item only once on a trip
I purchased it on Sept 24 and received it on Sept 25. Only after I opened the cane a second time, and after only 2 uses, the cord have broken, and the cane is no longer functional. This was literally my first use It is highly disappointing to discover that the return window has closed, since this cane must have had an issue before I received it since one use would not cause this issue. I was also disappointed in the fact that I was unable to use it when I needed it during my vacation. There's no way to fix it, so it'll go in the trash.
| Mar 25, 2021