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The Sheoak T-Bar Walking Stick is a lovely piece of design and engineering, being strong, durable and comfortable. It comprises a shaft in Bluegum joined to the T-Bar with a wedge spigot joint that is immensely strong and stable. The T-Bar itself is shaped to the hand and provides a firm and comfortable grip. The timber used for the T-Bar is exquisitely patterned Flame She Oak. The length of the shaft which will be minimum 91.5cm can be adjusted by removing the rubber tip, cutting to the desired length and replacing the tip. For the optimal length, the handle or knob should reach the inside crease of your wrist with your arm held straight down.

MEASUREMENTS
Dimensions*:
Height: minimum 91.5cm x Width 3.5cm x Length 14cm
Weight: 0.4kg

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02 6645 1702
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Australian Woodwork
45B Wharf St
MACLEAN, New South Wales 2463


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Australian Woodwork

45B Wharf St
MACLEAN, New South Wales 2463

Phone: 02 6645 1702

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