The Thirsty Crutch Will Revolutionize the Way Cane and Crutch Users Carry Their 500ml. Water Bottle

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The object of this one-of-a-kind invention is to eliminate the need of being thirsty for those who use canes or crutches. The thirsty crutch comprises of two parts that allows a standard 500ml. water bottle to be securely attached to a cane or crutch. Being two separate parts made of polypropylene, that is 100% recyclable, it will have some flexibility which allows the user to apply pressure to secure the devices to cane or crutches using the stainless steel wing nuts and screws.

it is the two things you need most in the convenience of one hand.

The object of this one-of-a-kind invention is to eliminate the need of being thirsty for those who use canes or crutches. The thirsty crutch comprises of two parts that allows a standard 500ml. water bottle to be securely attached to a cane or crutch. Being two separate parts made of polypropylene, that is 100% recyclable, it will have some flexibility which allows the user to apply pressure to secure the devices to cane or crutches using the stainless steel wing nuts and screws. http://www.thethirstycrutch.com

The Thirsty Crutch will eliminate the need of being thirsty for those who use canes or crutches. The upper clamp supports the water bottle around the neck using a snapping-in affect which uses the least amount of force to secure it in position. The lower clamp is perfectly designed to allow the water bottle to rest inside of the circle with enough support to prevent the water bottle from swinging back and forth. The two parts are secured on a cane or crutch with stainless steel hardware, screws and bolts.

The inventors' names are Jill and Jays S. When Jill was 18 she was in an auto accident. That incident left her with an injured right leg and a permanent limp. Over the years, Jill has adapted quite well to her limitations. She loves life, and she loves being married. Jill also loves finding new activities that do not involve bending her knees!

Jill and her husband love to kayak. One morning in La Jolla, CA, the waves were a little larger than she likes. Jill instead took a walk along the seashore. With her cane in one hand and the bottle of water in her hand she began walking. After a while she came across a rock pile, easy to cross just not for her. Jill tried to cross but needed a free hand and she did not want to play fetch with her water. Jill is not a quitter and became very frustrated and had to turn back. The thought of not making it over the rocks consumed her. That night she taped a 500 ml. water bottle to her cane and thought, somehow there is a way.

Her husband began drawing ideas for a device that would hold a water bottle to a cane or crutches. Now it is here. We call it "The Thirsty Crutch", not only will you get your thirst quenched, you will also get some freedom back too. We are proud to announce our web site http://www.thethirstycrutch.com with 100% secure online ordering, retail $9.25 S/H we offer fast shipping! If you are a whole-sale company and would like to carry our product in your store, please contact Jaya through our web site, now! As we like to say "it is the two things you need most in the convenience of one hand." We also like to remind others to re-fill their water bottles.

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