Grab Cane is a cane that will help you walk and will also help you grab things from a variety of hard-to-reach places. It has a top handle, a support handle, and a durable, rubber-coated claw on its bottom end that will pick up both large and small objects. It'll come in handy when you need to reach things from high cupboards and shelves, but can also pick up things from the ground so you won't need to bend over and use your fingers.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Grab Cane is $39.99 and the shipping is FREE!
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How It Works
A high-quality cane and a high-quality gripping tool have been combined into one in order to become the Grab Cane. You can simply use this device as you would a standard cane, if you choose. However, to use it as a "grabber," all you'll need to do is slide the handle back toward you to release the gripping claw, and gently squeeze the handle to control it. Once the claw's under your control, it'll pick up a wide variety of needed objects, from cans that weigh a few pounds to coins that you've dropped on the ground.
- Rubber-coated Claw
Each tool's claw is rubber-coated, reducing its slipperiness and protecting the items it picks up from scratches they might otherwise get from a claw without this type of coating.
- Durable and Sturdy
The Grab Cane is both durable and sturdy, so yours may last you for years, regardless of how often you use it. It will also support your weight, even if you're a bit on the heavy side, and it's unlikely to crack or break when picking up objects that weigh a few pounds.
- Swiveling Support Handle
This device has a support handle that will swivel from side to side in a half circle, or 90 degrees, each way. If you're having trouble picking up a particular object without straining your body, holding onto the support handle with one hand and the top handle with the other will be a helpful move. The black support handle is located just a few inches below the top one.
- Shoe Horn Attachment Included
With each Grab Cane, you'll also receive a shoe horn attachment that can be added to your cane just below the rubber-coated claw. By using this attachment, too, you'll eliminate the need to bend over when you put on your shoes.
- Good for Seniors, Injured
This tool is ideal for seniors who have mobility issues and individuals suffering from a temporary or permanent physical disability that limits mobility. If you fit into either of these categories, you'll be able to use the cane to walk around comfortably both indoors and out. You'll also be able to use it as a gripping tool, which will allow you to pick up the things you need without moving your body as much as you would without it.
- Can be Used as Grabber Alone
Even if you don't have mobility issues, you'll likely find that the Grab Cane is useful when you need to get something off a high shelf or retrieve the remote from under the couch. You'll be more energized throughout your day when you don't have to waste your energy climbing stools ( which can also be unsafe ) or crawling around on all fours to get things.
- Helps Keep Home Clean
If the floors of your home are often strewn with random objects that have been dropped and not picked up, having a tool around the like the Grab Cane may help you keep things tidier. You may not even need to touch stray objects with your hands at all, as the device's claw will continue to grip most objects as you walk them to their proper place.
- Doesn't Fold up
It would be beneficial if the Grab Cane were to fold up when not in use, since it would take up less room in a car that way, but unfortunately, it does not.
- Standing on Stool
Most people choose to reach objects from high places by climbing a stool or a small ladder, but depending on how good your balance is, this could be unsafe. If you're not that well-balanced, you could end up falling off one of these pieces of furniture and seriously hurting yourself. Plus, if you have severe mobility issues, you might not be able to climb anything at all in the first place.
- Bending Over
If they notice something on the ground they want to use, most people will bend over and retrieve it. This can get tiring for anyone, though, and is also impossible for some people with mobility issues.
- Asking Others for Help
Asking other people to help you pick up needed objects is an option, but you'll end up restricting your own independence if you frequently need to do this. You'll also have to go without the objects you want to use if, at some point, no one is around to help.
While the Grab Cane will pick up most household objects for you, there are some larger, heavier items it won't pick up, such as a large bag of flour. If your cane's claw won't fit around a big object, don't try to force it around said thing, or you might end up breaking your cane.