WHAT DO OUR CUSTOMERS SAY!
I came across Flexyfoot around 2011 after randomly googling around looking for anti-slip crutch stoppers and have used them ever since. Fantastic product that has reduced my falls and makes using crutches with confidence a breeze.
I think Flexyfeet are wonderful - so much so that I stop complete strangers on walking sticks or crutches to tell them about these wonderful devices to replace those worn uneven rubber caps. I keep a photo of one on my phone so I can show these bewildered strangers I have ambushed. The suspension feature takes the strain off wrists or arms, and the levelling feature makes them so much safer. I started using them when I was on crutches prior to a knee replacement.
I have had many knee operations and used a cane. Came across Flexyfoot and would never go back to conventional canes and tips. All hospital Physio's and also a private Physio have been in awe of the product and the stabilising tip. All round excellent product.
Thanks, I have been using the crutches and your feet (amazing) for years. They give me all the confidence to go anywhere I want and last a long time.
They should be standard on all walking sticks.
Since 2009, I've used Flexyfoot products every day - the crutches (the latest pair in sensational pink) and the folding walking stick for travelling. These products have supported me to safely participate in normal life. I just love them.
I first got my Flexyfoot 12 years ago as I was going to Croatia with cobblestone paths. Amazing. Felt so safe and going downhill was no longer terrifying. Bought a pair of crutches also. Very stylish and no longer that awful clunking crutch noise. Service has always been fantastic. Cannot recommend highly enough.
Flexyfoot Australia has been helping people walk with confidence for over a decade. Flexyfoot aims to transform the walking aid sector by offering real solutions to the problems faced by those who need a stick or crutch to stay mobile. The Flexyfoot ferrule was invented by product designer David Goodwin. David’s sister, who has MS, complained to him about the difficulties and discomfort of using her walking stick. She found that rubber feet wore down too quickly and were very difficult to change. His mother of 95 refused to use any sort of walking aid, even after a fall, because she thought it made her look ‘old’!