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Revolution Enterprises, Inc.

12170 Dearborn Place
Poway, California 92064
United States
Telephone: 800-382-5132 or 858-679-5785.
Fax: 858-679-5788.
Web: http://www.advantagecanes.com.
Email: Maressa Fox / advantagecanes@aol.com.

Products manufactured by Revolution Enterprises, Inc. (listed alphabetically)

  1. ADVANTAGE GRAPHITE CANE Picture of ADVANTAGE GRAPHITE CANE

    The Advantage Graphite Cane is a white cane designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The adult-size cane comes in three styles: a rigid style, a folding style with five sections, and an "Identity" style (a folding cane with seven sections). Children's canes come only in rigid or five-section folding styles. The cane is made of graphite, a material that is lighter but stronger and more durable than aluminum. Graphite canes are also more sensitive since the graphite transmits more sensation to the user. The cane has a rubber grip with an elastic wrist strap, and a reflective tape covering for safety. The cane tip is a standard pencil tip. OPTIONS: Metal, teardrop, or roller cane tips. DIMENSIONS: Adult canes are available from 36 to 60 inches long in two-inch increments, and children's canes are 34 inches long or less. WEIGHT: A 50-inch cane weighs 10.5 ounces. WARRANTY: One year.

  2. ADVANTAGE GRAPHITE SUPPORT CANE Picture of ADVANTAGE GRAPHITE SUPPORT CANE

    The Advantage Graphite Support Cane is a white cane designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision and who also need a cane for support. The rigid, non-folding cane is height adjustable. The handle is bent at a 90-degree angle and has a rubber grip. The cane is made of graphite, a material that is lighter but stronger and more durable than aluminum. This white cane also has a reflective tape covering for safety. WARRANTY: One year.

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