[nfb-talk] The NFB Cane, verses Ambutech
cindy425 at verizon.net
Sun Aug 5 03:04:12 UTC 2012
Well, the tip coming off the straight NFB cane is very miner. Just put
another one on...very easy to do. I've used straight NFB canes for 32 years
and wouldn't use a heavier cane. Now, the carbon fiber canes feel to light
for me. I prefer the fiberglass.
From: Joshua Lester
Sent: Saturday, August 04, 2012 10:50 PM
To: nfb-talk at nfbnet.org
Subject: [nfb-talk] The NFB Cane, verses Ambutech
I bought a straight cane, and a folding cane, at this year's convention.
I used the straight cane, all during convention, but when I was
walking back from Denny's the tip came off.
When I got home, I used the NFB folding cane, one time!
Afterwards, I couldn't get the folding cane to completely unfold!
Now, I've received a nice, 64 inch folding cane from Ambutech.
It's more durable, and my friend has had her cane, for over 10 years,
(a folding cane,) andd it hasn't given her any trouble.
I know most of you like the lighter canes, but for me, durability is
the main thing.
Ambutech is the way to go, if you want the NFB's cane length, and
This company gives you the best of both worlds, and I'm happy with my cane.
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