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Telescope Walking Stick – for the dignified voyeur

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The Telescope Walking Stick harks back to a time when men were men and small green furry wombats were…well you get the picture. We’re trying to imagine many instances when you’re likely to want to unlatch your cane and view the surrounding countryside in depth, and to be honest we’re not feeling it too much. Nevertheless this is probably a perfect gift for that slightly strange uncle whose name you can never quite remember. $89.95.

 This walking sticks handle converts into a telescope in seconds, allowing you to quickly discern the details of your environment. Simply pull the handle out from the walking stick, unscrew the knob, and pull out the collapsible 4 1/2″ telescope. The three-drawer telescope provides 3X magnification when fully extended, tilts 60, and locks into place for optimal comfort during extended viewing. Recalling the canes favored among Victorian gentleman to compliment proper attire, the walking stick has a 1″ thick staff made from solid, one-piece African rosewood…

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


  • M.

    It’s a walking stick for Dr House !

  • Ha, and without all the pithy comments too. Gotta love that House! :-)

  • Hercule

    POIROT!!

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