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Ableware 703250002 Cane Holder for Walkers/Wheelchairs

$23.20
SKU:
RMAbleware-703250002
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Ableware 703250002 Cane Holder for Walkers/Wheelchairs
Solve the problem of carrying a cane with using a walker or wheelchair with Ableware's Cane Holder for Walkers and Wheelchairs. This double-clip cane holder allows users to keep a cane handy wherever they may need it. Simply snap one side of the clip onto any tubular structure, such as a table leg, walker, commode, wheelchair or lawn chair. The opposite side of the clip holds almost any size cane. The gripping surfaces are soft plastic rollers and will not damage canes. Product Code: Ableware-703250002 Manufacturer Part #/SKU: 703250002 UPC: 742645000204 Warranty: 1 year(s)

Features:
  • Cane holder
  • For walkers and wheelchairs
  • Double-clip holder
  • Soft plastic rollers
  • 5
    starsGreat Cane Holder.

    Posted by Szepherd on May 7th 2013

    I separated the two halves and mounted them separately. I mounted one on my coffee, table by my chair in the living room, and the other on my desk in my den. Now my cane is secure, not falling, and always in easy reach.

  • 5
    Best holder - look no farther

    Posted by Cheryl Tirre on May 6th 2013

    I have a rolling walker with a seat. I use it except for short distances like going into a bathroom. I have to keep a cane with me and without a holder it finds it's way to the floor all too often. Picking it back up is a hassle as bending my knees is not an option. This holder is heavy duty metal with hard rubber rollers to make it easy to put the cane in place. My cane is adjustable so the bottom part diameter is too small. The holder only clamps to the top part. I position the handle of my cane on top of the handles of my walker and push the cane into the holder. It holds it firmly and keeps it in place - you will love it. Only one thing to keep in mind - The two sides of the holder do not swivel, they are fixed in place. This limits positioning of the cane to in-line with the front legs (left or right). Buy it - you'll like it