Dynamo Prime Stick

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Dynamo Prime Stick

DYNAMO Prime Stick – Which is an urban walking cane in USA.

You're not elderly and whatever," 'cause people don't understand. People think that only disabled or... no. People think that, or tend to think that only elderly people can be disabled, you know? Nobody thinks that the young-looking people can be disabled and that gets really frustrating. No offers, but, you know, Dynamo Walking Cane I did at least somewhat manage to get onto the plane alright and hold up my carry-on, which was really heavy and I almost dropped it but I got it into the overhead bin. However, I did have my cane folded up into my front hoodie pocket and it threatened to unfold, which would've been so annoying because that just means I would have to, like, hold up the line by trying to get it out and fold it back up and whatnot. This did come with a rubber band thing but I think I threw it away because I couldn't get it back on after I took it off, so I have to just get, like, a regular rubber band or something for it, really. And what I did was I put this in my seat pocket in front of me because I didn't think it would fit in my little backpack, which it does but I can't close it all the way 'cause it's too tall, even folded up.

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Dynamo Prime Stick

Dynamo Prime Stick

But I had it in my front seat pocket and it kind of wanted to unfold itself but it wasn't too bad, so it wasn't gonna risk, like, hitting my seat neighbor, thankfully. But it did unfold while we were all trying to get off the plane. I took it out, put it in my front hoodie pocket again and I held up the line because it unfolded and just, like, I think this... these three were completely straight and then this was still sort of folded, I think, something like that, and so I had to get it out of my hoodie pocket, which took forever 'cause it kept getting stuck because it was just... it was all over the place, and then also maneuvering my carry-on and get this back in there. And it was slightly embarrassing and I just kind of wanted to hide and I almost hated having this for a second. But, at the end of the day, it was fine. I got out of the plane. So, this is a very helpful accessibility tool. I have no regrets buying it and I do plan on taking it with me to every single airport trip. Now, remember when I said I also got this because we were going to go to a concert in Philly? I forgot to bring it.

We were sort of rushed and we were gonna drive down to Walking Cane for Womens his dad's and I forgot this in my hotel room, and what I did not realise was that the concert was a standing concert. There were seats but they were taken, and, well, I didn't have my cane with me, so who's going to really believe that I need a seat? Thankfully, it was raining, so Will did bring his umbrella so it was kind of like an emergency cane that's not really a cane, so I did get to use that to lean against whenever I really needed it. But, yeah, the next time we go to any concert, I'm bringing this just in case and I need to remember and, Will, you need to remind me. I don't want to be in pain again, especially since we were walking to the train station after the concert and the amount of times that I slipped, even when wearing sneakers... Thankfully, I did not fall but I slipped a lot and I think this would've helped.