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Yea that knob is going to hurt when it ends up, upside someones head.

I really like the design Rick, Very cool.

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That ain’t half bad for a half bad old man:)!  Hope it serves you well forever! Can’t imagine you making your own wheel chair or ventilator but wouldn’t put it past ya! I bet you could make and sell the heck out of the canes! 

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Nice work Rick. The rasped dent must be like one of those sharp cleaving ridges that chair makers seem to like putting into seat bases. Lift and separate!

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I think @Coop is on to something, Rick! Make up some DIY cane kits, extra long with cut marks along the bottom 6", every 1/4" or so. Package it with a hacksaw blade and a sheet of sandpaper.  

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Well done Rick! I’m sure one of those are in my future, as a good friend says “nice job young man”

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My granddad used to cut notches into his walking stick when he wanted to remember something. Trouble is he could never remember what he'd cut the notches for.

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21 minutes ago, TerryMcK said:

My granddad used to cut notches into his walking stick when he wanted to remember something. Trouble is he could never remember what he'd cut the notches for.

What notches?

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39 minutes ago, RichardA said:

What notches?

Coffee on the monitor!!!  

The walking stick came out great Richard.

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Looks like not only a pleasing design, but very functional.  As to a market, I bet you're not the only tall man that can use a cane, and everyone would prefer something stylish.

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