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Does The HurryCane Really Work?

As the human body wears out with age, bone density is reduced to a high level making drastic changes to posture. Thus, the risk of injury increases because of instability and loss of balance. For this ordeal, the product HurryCane claims to be created like the human foot to stabilize and give adequate balance with its 3 points of contact, therefore, preventing further injuries. As weight-bearing joints, the ankles and knees are greatly affected with loss of bone mass. The HurryCane promises to function like the ankles with its pivotal head to maintain flexibility and balance in irregular surfaces. As knees bend to strengthen the base of support, The HurryCane can also be bent up to one-third of its size for easy storage. Besides being strong enough to be pressure-tested to bear 250 pounds, height differences is also said to be solved since The HurryCane can be adjusted from 31½” to 36¼”.

HurryCane Reviews

No - Hurry Cane Disappointment
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I received the HurryCane as a gift from my daughter. It does not stand alone and is always falling down. In the commercial where a woman is shopping and sets the HurryCane to reach for an item, there should be another shopper who walks by so you can see how easily the cane falls down. I am constantly bending over to pick mine up. No matter where I try to place it, it falls over. Very disappointed.

Angela
February 17th, 2013
N.J.
17 of 19 people found this review helpful.
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No - Not Stable
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I need support when walking, but this does not give it. I’m extememly disappointed and am returning it.

Arlene Zabolotney
February 6th, 2013
Ogden, Utah
20 of 23 people found this review helpful.
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No - Dangerous
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Hurry Cane not stable. Falls over easily, suction cups on bottom slippery, and does not pivot as advetised. Caused my Mother to fall on flat surface and she hit her head. […]

Esther D.
January 19th, 2013
New Jersey
21 of 23 people found this review helpful.
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No - Buyer Beware
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The hurrycane does not provide stability for anyone who needs any degree of support with weight bearing. It is inherently unstable due to the multiple upright support pieces as well as poor surface compliance of the cane tip. As a physical therapist myself, I would not recommend this product for any of my patients. I have held this item and tested it myself and with a patient, noting the poor performance and parts of this cane. Don’t waste your money.

Angela
January 5th, 2013
Virginia
32 of 37 people found this review helpful.
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No - Not enough support
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This is a dangerous item if you are not stable. It might work if you need balance, but it definitely does not give you enough support. It is wobbly. Don’t buy it.

Jane
September 22nd, 2012
Fullerton
27 of 30 people found this review helpful.
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No - Piece of Junk
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I guess the old saying of you get what you pay for holds true. The price is reflective of the quality of the product! I have used an Able Tri Pod Cane base for many years and it has always been very stable and supportive. This thing does not give much stability what so ever. […]

Dave Kidler
June 25th, 2012
Bend, Oregon
28 of 35 people found this review helpful.
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Yes - Stable
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Just got it Seems well made. I can see the rubber feet needing replacement often as do most cane tips. Not sure what they cost. It does seem to be at least 50% more stable than other canes I’ve used. Not sure how often the folding feature will be used but it might be handy. You can press on foot if cane is on floor lying flat It will right itself Takes a bit of practice but seems easy for me. I got the led light with it, will be handy but it’s not that well made. Price is not bad. I’ll see how it holds up over time.

Gary
June 6th, 2012
USA, NY.
15 of 27 people found this review helpful.
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Yes - Dad loves it
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I got this for my dad since it seemed more stable at the bottom, and it didn’t disappoint. He finds it very effective on lots of uneven surfaces. The bottom stays flat when he angles it to get up the stairs. And it does stand up by itself, because it’s heavy at the bottom, but not as well on carpet. One problem, it’s not easy to fold up. You have to really pull hard to get the sections to separate.

L.E. Kidder
June 3rd, 2012
Houston
18 of 23 people found this review helpful.
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