Saturday, March 29, 2014

Sabi canes

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

It’s no secret that I have been walking with a cane for almost a year now. I got a reprieve from it for a while but then May of last year things got worse so I had to start using one again. The cane I have is a plane black standard one that I received from my dr. I was really excited to get an offer from Sabri to try out one of their canes. 

The first thing about a cane is you need to pick the right size. Sabi sport canes aren’t the kind that are adjustable so size really matters. You have the traditional S, M and L, but then you can choose a custom size if you need to. Everyone is built a little differently so it makes since that you can customize them.

I love the fact that they are light weight and come in different colors rather than having just plain black as an option (unless of course if black is your favorite color). I’m young and if I need to walk around with a cane, I think it should look cool.

The handle part of the cane is very smooth and easy to grip, and it is very effortless when it comes to walking with it. The starting price is $34.99, so very reasonable prices.


• Weight: 275-310 g/10-11 oz
• Cane available in S, M, L and custom sizes 
• Cane supports up to 113 k/250 lbs of weight 
• Cane handle rubber-dipped and ultra-comfortable, offering a smooth, secure grip 
• Single-piece cane shaft offers proven superior stability and safety 
• Cane tip no-slip, easy-pivot and shock-absorbent, delivering maximum stability at any speed and superior grip on the most uneven surfaces 
• Cane available in S, M, L and custom sizes 
• Tested by SGS Labs

I suggest if you’re in the market for a cane, to check out Sabi. They also have other great products as well. Make sure you follow them on facebook and twitter for new product information and tips. 

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1 comment:

  1. Very neat to see how far canes have come over the years