Sandpad Beach Crutch by Christie

Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to walk on the beach without a person holding your hand down to the ocean?  Well, I found a solution. It’s called Sandpad for people with a disability or a person with crutches. It is a stabilizer for people who have trouble walking in the sand. You attach it on the end of your cane.

In Nags Head, the beach where we stayed was very wide and far away from the ocean. It was difficult to walk on my own without help. Now I am happy to report that I will never leave home without it when I travel with sand.  It also has the ability to be used on snow or ice. Here comes winter because I am ready!

Here is a video where I walked down to the ocean.

The link if you would like more information: http://www.thesandpad.com/howtobuy.php

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