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Classic Canes Folding Flipstick Height Adjustable Seat Stick in Black

  • Price: £42.99

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A lightweight, hardwearing and practical folding seat stick by Classic Canes, England.

It may be used as a walking stick and as a seat; with an easily operated mechanism, the handle 'flips' to a horizontal position to provide a convenient and comfortable seat.

It is adjustable in height between 87 to 93cm (approximately 34"-36"), making it suitable for a wide range of users. The seat height is 77 to 84cm (approximately 30 to 33"). The recommended user weight limit is 130kg (approximately 20 stone).

The dark black seat is plastic, the black leg is aluminium and the seat is fitted with a black, non-slip rubber ferrule.

It folds conveniently away into a matching black bag with carrying straps when not required.

SEAT STICKS: The term seat stick covers many practical seats ranging from traditional leather shooting sticks to fashionable seats made from contemporary materials. Everyone likes to take the weight off their legs and back at times, whether watching sporting events, at a picnic or simply for regular rests whilst going about day-to-day life. The more able-bodied often favour single-leg seats, whilst three and four legged seats are ideal for those who want to sit for longer periods of time or seek greater stability.

CLASSIC CANES: In the late 1970s, Ben and Diana Porter bought Warren House, a romantic but ruined property set deep in a neglected Somerset woodland. They gradually rebuilt the house and discovered that the woodland, which was predominantly populated by ash trees, was suitable for growing raw material for rustic walking sticks. Ben applied the traditional forestry technique of coppicing the trees, thus starting the production of walking sticks. In 1982, a small range of sticks was offered to local shopkeepers, who soon demanded a wider selection....

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