Original web offer details & such: Varies between $39.95 & $59.95 pending sales period and specials. No Shipping & Handling in every case we've seen so far to this point. Guarantee: 60 days, full refund price. Notes: Offer was at $39.95 + $0.00 when reviewed. Lowest price to point.
It took serious bitchin' and moanin' but over time we finally got my grandfather to take his doctor's advice, his physical therapists' advice & his trainer-daughter's advice and start rehabbing his legs to counteract the effects of neuropathy. He's nearing 88. He still bikes a few miles a day. But after 2 years of hearing him miss his walking and having the golden road paved out in front of him, it's about time he took his first step. He's not one for assistance, but something like The HurryCane might help him accelerate his rehabilitation. But I take extra caution before suggestion my grandfather buy yet another As Seen on TV product.
The HurryCane is a cane that is more responsive than its competitors. It has adjustable heights and pivots at the base, allowing for increased flexibility for users of the cane. It also has this magnetic effect on the elderly at gyms in Southwest Florida: once they see the commercial they stop everything they're doing and watch the commercial each and every tie it's one. IT's almost like a sign that starts an elderly flash mob. I wish I had my video camera when I saw this because once the commercial stops, they go about their day like nothing ever happened.
It seems to have that kind off effect on them.
According to the official product website, the HurryCane claims the following features and benefits:
- inspired by the Human body
- approved by some doctor
- "Never Slip" pivoting head
- three points of contact
- portable and discreet
Order Process: At this time, the price point is down to to $39.95. The issues we found were in the upsell process. After you give your credit card and make the initial purchase, they put you through an upsell stage (as all As Seen on TV product sites do) and they offer, among other things, expedited shipping. What some customers don't realize is that that "8-14 days" sped up shipping costs an extra $10. So, yeah, the HurryCane doesn't charge for BASIC shipping, but the upsold shipping comes at a price.
If you don't want to purchase anything in the upsell stage, make sure to click NO or just close the browser. The initial purchase will remain but then you don't accidentally purchase anything else. Product Performance: This part was interesting. If you go check on Pissed Consumer, you'd think there was an issue with the way their customer service treated the elderly. Look again. Always look again. It's spam with links back to some elder rights stuff. We also found a couple things about the product not standing straight up so easily as advertised, but it's hard to tell when nobody has to verify who they are when they review.
Oh, wow, it's a tough call. The HurryCane is selling by leaps and bounds right now and seems to be okay. I'd have my grandfather check his cane monthly for durability for awhile before I trusted it completely. I mean, afterall, he's 240 lbs and still built like a sh** brickhouse. It'll put stress on the cane. But, I like the potential for helping him rehab. Customer Service: Address:Headquarters: 110 Cheshire Lane Suite 200 Minneapolis, MN 55305
HurryCane™ Returns:HurryCane Returns 7600 69th Ave Rockford, MN 55373
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 800-933-1136. Hours: 8am-8pm ST M-F. 9am-3pm CST Saturday.
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