StrideLight LED Walking Cane is the only illuminated cane invented by low vision experts to help prevent falls.
Live life with greater independence, confidence and peace of mind.
StrideLight is the most advanced of any cane on the market.
The Ultra-Bright Lighted Walking Cane
Introducing the first-ever military-grade LED lighted walking cane. Originally conceived by specialists in low vision and mobility, StrideLight’s patent-pending technology takes the fear out of walking in dark conditions or for those with low vision.
Tested and endorsed by low vision and mobility experts
Military grade LED light with highest contrast
Optimal 120 degree arch of neutral light for each step
LED rated at 400 lumens for 100,000 hours
Simple push button for on/off
Easily replaceable AA batteries
Scientifically designed and discreetly engineered
Supports up to 250 lbs.
Adjustable from 30″ to 40″
Less than 1 lb., sturdy aluminum construction
5 year limited warranty
Made in USA
Walking up and down stairs
Getting out of bed during the night
Walking on uneven ground
Night blindness or vision problems
Elderly independence and fall prevention
Negotiating curbs and uneven sidewalks
Getting in and out of the car
StrideLight is just like turning on the headlights of your car. I meant to tell you about my first foray into big social circles with my cane. You may have seen that some friends and I went to a “Christmas Concert” and discovered we had bought tickets to a heavy metal rock musical concert. The cane was invaluable. I was a little hesitant on entry, but used it to light the stairs going down to our seats (we were in the third level of the American Airlines Arena.) But after the concert, going up the stairs and out into the street, across traffic and into and up the escalator in the parking garage, I could walk with great ease. And my friends were just amazed.
I have always trusted the cane on flat surfaces and walkways, but because I don’t have good depth perception going down stairs, am still learning to use the can to feel my way down. But I think all I need is practice.
Thanks again for developing such a wonderful product. It is becoming more and more a valuable accessory to my active life.”
–S. R, glaucoma
I found two advantages with the StrideLight™ cane. I felt secure in being able to see where I was walking with clear, wide and forward lighting. … Secondly, the light beam covered a rather large area of the roadway and the oncoming traffic slowed and cautiously passed by widely, no doubt because of the light.
This past weekend (I) had occasion to use the light cane at (a) restaurant in Vermont. It was indeed helpful going to and from the car and inside the restaurant. The cane certainly inspired confidence. A number of patrons in the restaurant commented on the cane.
-R.M, Age-related macular degeneration
When asked to partake in this cane experiment, I felt proud and excited to have my input and opinion as a senior citizen asked for. I am most happy to provide any information to make traveling for someone who is elderly or has any bad eyesight easier. My first experience with walking with this cane was on a dark, rainy evening. My eyesight at night is not the best and walking in an environment that is wet and slippery can be a bit scary. This was actually the first time I used this cane. It was wonderful to be able to experience independence by using this cane to maneuver from the car in the driveway to the pathway that led to the front door of my daughter’s home, all by myself. The light at the end of the cane provided just what I needed to see steps and small elevations so I could get to my destination safely. The best part of this was actually the independence for me and that I did not have to rely on another person to get me to where I wanted to go. This cane feels like a beacon to Independence.
-M-J.S. age-related night blindness
I took the cane to an appointment with my Retina Specialist and he was very impressed… I thank you for the opportunity to “see” and use your cane. Many blind people find it necessary to be out at night and this would allow the public to see them in the dark. I trust you will continue on your quest to help make our lives better and our jobs easier to do. The blind need people like you. Thank you.
– M.F., Legally blind user
I liked it a lot. See better at night. Could really help at steps and curbs.
-C.I., Legally blind user
I was surprised at the intensity of the light given its size.
The back lighting at 45″ is very good feature it lights up all areas within ones line of vision. Received very positive feedback from members of our bridge club.
If the company needs sales representatives I would be a candidate.
-Uncle of one of the design engineers
I gave my StrideLight™ walking cane to a friend that has very serious macular degeneration and she loves it! She uses it primarily at night when she needs to get to the bathroom and has found that the amount of light provided means that she doesn’t need to turn all the lights on, which allows her to get back to sleep easier.
– Buyer who purchased and donated it her -StrideLight™ to her friend
I have some feedback on StrideLight™ from a good friend who retired and then studied to become an EMT in his post-retirement life. He LOVES the cane – said it’s brilliant -…
-Low Vision Rehabilitation Therapist, American Foundation for the Blind
Using the StrideLight has allowed me to move like my old self again. As a sufferer of Neuropathy, my mobility and balance are both impaired. StrideLight gives me the support I need to walk independently while also providing an amazing amount of light that takes away the apprehension of moving around in the dark. After trying other lighted devices, this one truly makes a difference.
-J. C., Peripheral Neuropathy
StrideLight Canadian distributor