My Mobile Light™
Shines brightly and clearly where you walk so you can live life with greater independence, confidence and freedom.
Actual night-time photo!
Introducing My Mobile Light™
The UltraBright Lighted Walking Cane
Don’t let difficulty seeing at night and fear of falling over unseen obstacles in your travel path hold you back from having the freedom and confidence to go where you want to go and do the things you love to do.
Bright Clear Lighting To Walk with Confidence And Independence
DID YOU KNOW… It’s not uncommon for men and women in their 40s to begin to experience changes in vision due to age-related night blindness, one of the most common- and natural- vision changes that begins in middle age. Read more
My Mobile Light™ is an innovative new Aid for Daily Living that combines Bright Clear Lighting and Walking Support in a completely new way!
Push-button switch in the handle. Easy-to-change AA batteries. Simply push and turn the endcap- no tools needed!
Bright, clear, and even LED lighting shines directly down around your feet and in the immediate walking area. The shield prevents glare.
Height adjustable 30” to 40”
250 lb weight capacity.
When to Use My Mobile Light™
- Walking up and down stairs
- Getting out of bed during the night
- Visiting family and friends
- Enjoying a night out at a restaurant
- Lighting the way on the street
- Negotiating curbs and uneven sidewalks
- Getting in and out of the car
Actual night-time photo!
It was wonderful to be able to experience independence. The light …provided just what I needed to see steps and small elevations so I could get to my destination safely.
M.J. Smith – 92 Years Old
I felt secure in being able to see where I was walking with clear, wide and forward lighting. This past weekend I had occasion to use My Mobile Light™ at a restaurant in Vermont. It was indeed helpful going to and from the car and inside the restaurant. The cane certainly inspired confidence.
R. Monroe – AMD Patient
Falls are the leading cause of fatal and nonfatal injuries in adults 65 and older. Vision loss reduces contrast, depth and color perception which increases the risk of injury from falling in low lighting. Falling and fear of falling often results in limiting daily activities, balance and gait impairments, social isolation and increased risk of falling again.
Every 14 seconds an older adult is seen in an emergency department for a fall-related injury, the #1 reason for loss of independent living for people 65 and older. Poor vision and low lighting double the risk of falling. The right kind of light can help reduce the fear and risk of falling.