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Things That Matter

When I started using a white cane many years ago, I soon realized many of the canes produced were inferior in quality and not user friendly. Most other cane makers fell short when it comes to the things that matter. After years of testing, searching, research and trial and error, it was apparent Ambutech was way ahead of the other cane makers. The Ambutech engineers have developed a graphite shaft that is stronger, 20% lighter than aluminum and has the best joint connection available. I have installed a genuine sheepskin leather grip on the best shaft I could find and produced the Ambutech Premier Cane for the Blind and Visually Impaired. I realize that buying with confidence is especially important. That is why I only sell this cane on Amazon Prime. I will personally stand behind this Ambutech Premier Cane.

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You will love your new Ambutech Premier Cane

Your friends will envy of your new cane. This Ambutech Premier Cane not only stands out from other canes, but it is also strong, durable, very sensitive, easier to use with less stress and fatigue. The center cord is a durable, high-quality and very strong for longer lasting service. This is a white folding cane with conical joints made of aluminum alloy which ensures a more proper and rock-solid fit. The shaft is made of graphite which is 20% lighter than aluminum and much stronger. And finally, the Ambutech marshmallow tip is an excellent universal tip. After 30 years of experience in manufacturing white canes for the blind and visually impaired, Ambutech pays attention to quality, durability and value these are, "things that matter."

Over the years, they have grown to offer the widest range of mobility canes of any manufacturer. They are proud to be the largest supplier of mobility products in Europe and North America, and distribute to more than 80 countries around the world.

They have grown for two main reasons: they're passionate about quality, and have invested in the best possible manufacturing techniques.

"p" They know that if a person's cane falls apart because it was made incorrectly, it could be a disaster.

Their ongoing investment into manufacturing techniques means every Ambutech cane is made to order to their customers’ specifications.

They have always had a culture of listening to their customers; they rely on feedback from the people who use their canes everyday. Your suggestions lead to an improved mobility cane and their wide variety of tips. From their marshmallow tip to a tip designed to go over the roughest terrain, they listened to what you wanted and did their best to give it to you.

Today, they're still investing in their company, both in new innovation and traditional techniques. Through a continued passion for quality and service, they aim to make their future as positive and ground-breaking as their past.

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