All walking sticks ordered from this website cost £78.80. Post & packaging within the UK is £12.80, or free collection from Bristol and Devon areas. 

Also our standard designs can be ordered from the etsy shopping website - the Sparkler with a choice of gold, silver or red glitter stalk infills, and the Barley Cane with plain white lights.

For queries, special orders and rush deliveries please contact us direct as the personal touch is far better!

Price Promise >  

If the delivered cost of another walking stick with LED lights down the pole is cheaper than a LightCane, we will match it. This price match even applies to LED canes with the On/Off switch and batteries located in the ferrule. 

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  • LightCanes are made-to-order. As their length cannot be adjusted, they are cut to fit your height. So please ensure that the correct length is given when ordering, as your light stick cannot be changed once dispatched (measure your current walking stick from top of handle to bottom of the rubber foot).
  • LightCanes are not orthopaedic walking sticks. They are novelty walking aids, designed for urban use by users weighing no more than 13 stone. 

The LightCanes video

LightCanes are fashion statements for those wanting to add sparkle to their lives.

They are light years ahead of the boring walking sticks which stigmatise people with mobility problems. 

What's more, by hiding the boring bits in the handle, they are really easy to use.

So throw away your drab walking stick and buy one which is both practical and fun.

Reminder > LightCanes are novelty walking sticks. They cannot replace orthopaedic walking sticks and are unsuitable for those with a walking disability; maximum body weight 13 stone. They are not guaranteed if misused or dropped. 

 When I was a kid my Mum kept a helium balloon in the hall.  If I was in the grumps or throwing a wobbly she told me to take it for a walk. She was right - it is impossible to feel moody walking along a street holding a balloon. Now I'm a granny it is the same with my LightCane.  Don't know why, but passer-bys always smile at me or say hello.  It makes me feel good.        feedback from a client