Twin Grip Cane
The Twin Grip Cane is a double-handled cane that's ideal for both male and female seniors, but can also be used by other individuals who are suffering from a temporary or permanent physical disability. Since it has two handles as opposed to the usual one, it won't shake as much, if at all, when you put your weight on it in order to get up. You may find the double handles especially helpful when you're getting out of the car or rising up off deep cushions on a couch or easy chair.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Twin Grip Cane is $19.99 plus $7.99 shipping, for a total price of $27.98.
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How to Use (Step by Step)
- Fold Out Handle
When you're reclining in a seat and need to use your cane to help you get up, you'll first need to fold out its second handle, which will just take a second.
- Hold on and Rise
After you've folded out your cane's second handle, you'll need to grip one handle with your right hand and the other with your left, and put pressure on both handles as you stand. This pressure will give you the leverage you need to stand up fully without falling back down or having to ask for help.
- Fold Handle Back in
Once you're standing up, if you think you won't need to hold onto both of the cane's handles as you walk, you can simply fold the second one back against the cane's slender trunk.
- Soft Foam Grips
Both handles on this cane are covered in soft foam grips, which will help prevent your hands from slipping off the apparatus as you stand up, sit down, or walk around.
Although this cane can support up to 250 pounds of weight, it only weighs one pound itself, so the vast majority of people won't find it difficult to carry.
- Quad Base
Due to its secure base, which includes four separate treads, this cane will stand on its own, without falling over, when you're not using it. Therefore, if it's getting in your way while you're trying to complete a certain task, you'll have the option of letting go of it but leaving it by your side.
In accordance with your height, you'll be able to make your Twin Grip Cane shorter or longer. Taller users may want to extend it closer to the maximum height, 37.8 inches, while shorter users may want to keep it closer to the minimum height of 33.8 inches. The cane will also pivot when necessary as you move, so you won't feel as if using the device is severely restricting your range of movement.
- Led Light Attached
The Special Edition Twin Grip Cane has a super-bright, pivoting LED light attached to its top, which you can turn on when you need to see more clearly in the dark.
- Folds up for Storage
When you aren't using your double-handled cane, you'll be able to fold it up so it'll fit within most medium to large-sized drawers. Once it's folded, you may even be able to slide it comfortably under your carseat for convenience as you drive. Whenever you need to use it again, you'll be able to unfold it in a few seconds' time.
- Good on Hills, Uneven Terrain
The Twin Grip Cane will provide you with the support you need to walk up and down hills and across uneven terrain, such as rocks or sand, without worrying about falling down.
- Single-grip Cane
Many people use single-grip canes in order to pull themselves up from a seated position, but you won't get as much support when holding on with one hand instead of two.
- Pushing and Pulling
Some people with mobility issues refuse to use a cane at all, thinking they can push and pull themselves out of a seat with sheer willpower. However, this can be hard on the body, and may also be time-consuming, if you struggle with this maneuver.
- Seeking Assistance
Asking another person to help you get up is also an option, but this will restrict your independence, and a helper may not be available at every minute, anyhow.