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from Victoria. Texas
About Me Elderly
Comments about Cane Sling Seat:
Could be 1 inch taller, but that's because I'm a tall Texan.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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This cane is perfect
from Broken Arrow, OK
About Me Caregiver, Short Term User
I'm not sure what the negative review was talking about, having to swing a leg over! The woman who demonstrated this to my mom and me at the fair showed us that, with both feet firmly planted, with the seat opened and holding only one handle, swing it under your legs from the front, then balance it on the ground before sitting with all your weight. It's wonderful! I bought one for my mom on the spot, and I'm ordering one, now, to take to a General Admission, standing-room only rock concert! Looking forward to receiving it in time to enjoy the concert that I almost considered not attending!
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By Deb the disappointed
from Buffalo, NY
About Me Elderly, Long Term User
The photo seating requirements on cane itself should have been included in catalog. How can someone requiring a cane to help stabilize their mobility be expected to be able to swing a leg up and over to sit "horseback" style, safely?Item returned. Disappointed.
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By Lee, the actor
from New York, NY
It is great for me while I wait for my wife while she's shopping. I can participate but don't have to stand around!