The Liberty Cane, Engineered from the Ground Up Using Innovative Thinking and Unexcelled Materials, is Introduced at the World Parkinson Congress, Washington, D.C.

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Designed, engineered and manufactured in the USA, the Liberty Cane will benefit anyone who requires the use of a cane. It is different in thinking, material, and execution from anything ever seen. A combination of Space Age materials and common sense, it will not slip on a wet floor or get stuck under a self-closing door.

Designed, engineered and manufactured in the USA, the Liberty Cane will benefit anyone who requires the use of a cane. It is different in thinking, material, and execution from anything ever seen. A combination of Space Age materials and common sense, it will not slip on a wet floor or get stuck under a self-closing door.

Canes have basically not changed in hundreds of years, until now. The Liberty Cane is heralded as “a Godsend; Exceptional; and Innovative” by the medical and disabled community. Walk the beach, the backyard, the theater lobby with confidence.

The balance, geometry and material of the handle prevent the Liberty Cane from falling to the floor when leaned against anything. An Assist Handle, housed inside the cane handle, is removable and aids one in getting back up from the ground. It is about regaining forgotten abilities.

A front pocket can hold your vehicle remote for ease of entry and safety; electronic modules will be available shortly to include lighting technology developed for the exploration of the Titanic, a high dB audible alarm, and an emergency 911 dialer with GPS capability.

The Liberty Cane with its non-adjustable shaft inspires confidence in the user as it is engineered to support 500 pounds. Unexcelled in material and workmanship, this is not another mediocre knock-off of an existing product; the Liberty Cane is new from the handle to the foot.

The Liberty Cane is “The World’s Finest Walking Stick!”

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