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Where I can goood metal appearing cane silver & black any body know orignal manufacturer becose I want more then 4 feet long appearing cane metal and other cane effect
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I suggesr you where I know the best, where you will get instruction shhet and other technical informatation becose he is a mnufacturer contact http://appearingcane.tripod.com

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You may want to look into the canes made by Mahka Tendo. I know he makes canes and canes of various sizes and colors. they are top of the line and may be just what you are looking for. they are a bit pricey but the quality is amazing and it may be exactly what you need.

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Manka Tendo have a very good canes, diferent colours, but realy the best is Harakan canes from Japan.

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Goto http://www.themagicwarehouse.com there is very good made Metal Canes.
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My Walsh cane is still going strong 28 years later as well. Good quality product!
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Hi Jacob

German made canes have always been good to me in the past...in my opinion forget the Indian made ones. The Mahka Tendo ones are nice but expensive....however Mahka Tendo ones are great if you are looking for colours other than black.


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Arnt these a little dangerous and sharp?why is metal better than plastic?
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Metal is more stable. plastic can loose tension after some uses. but... the metal ones can get rusty very quickly, you have to "oil" them from time to time (best after every use)...

But: before you buy them: have you ever read "shattering illusions" by Jamie Swiss?
There is an entire chapter about collapsible canes (which is true for appearing ones, too). The question is: do they really fool audiences?
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Bought my Walsh appearing cane in 1963. You do the math.
Yes, they really do fool audiences.

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What I like about Japan Appearing Cane is they have spring release feature, which I feel more convenient.
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