Walking sticks are somewhat inefficient for those who require them given their propensity to fall to the ground when not in use, so the conceptual 'KEVDIA' stick aims to change this.
Designed by Michael Dimou, the walking stick boasts a self-stabilizing design that will keep it upright and in place when not in use to ensure it's always ready to be grasped when required. This is achieved thanks to the lightweight Kevlar-49 construction that has been paired with a weighted lead portion at the bottom, which also works to offer additional balance support for users.
The conceptual 'KEVDIA' stick is positioned as an effective tool for use by those with mobility impairments and the elderly, but also athletes who want to maintain better stability when hiking.
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