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Walking Stick – NMW79111L

Walking Stick

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Walking Stick

Ref. No.:
NMW7925L(L) 135-155 140x33x29 0.88 19.7 20
NMW7925L(M) 115-135 119x33x29 0.82 18.4 20
NMW7925L(S) 95-115 101x33x29 0.73 16.7 20
NMW7935L(L) 128-148 134x33x29 1 21.6 20
NMW7935L(M) 113-133 119x33x29 0.94 20.2 20
NMW7935L(S) 98-118 105x33x29 0.85 18.2 20
NMW7935S(L) 119-139 125x33x29 1.5 31.8 20
NMW7935S(M) 112-132 119x33x29 1.4 28.8 20
NMW7935S(S) 95-115 101x33x29 1.3 27 20
NMW7936L 120 42x12x26 0.22 5 20
NMW7925LA 108-146 109x32x27 0.75 16.2 20
NMW7925LB 112-143 109x32x27 0.72 15.6 20
NMW7583 81 84x35x25 0.33 10.9 30
NMW7943L 84 85x22x40 0.9 10 10
NMW7911L 84 85x26x40 0.87 9.7 10
NMW7940L 80 81x20x41 0.85 9.3 10
NMW79111L 55 91x29x52 1.44 16.1 10
NMW7941 72-95 79x34x44 0.9 10.7 10
NMW7924 65-88 72x30x34 0.8 9.2 10
NMW7924L 65-88 72x30x34 0.52 6.4 10
NMW7934 65-88 72x30x34 0.78 9.1 10
NMW7947 72-95 79x29x36 0.77 8.8 10
NMW7921 72-95 79x34x44 0.87 10.4 10
NMW7921L 74-97 83x41x46 0.74 9.4 10
NMW7931 72-95 79x34x44 0.9 10.6 10
NMW7931L 74-97 86x41x46 0.74 9.4 10
NMW79242L 80-100 72x30x34 0.52 6.4 10
NMW7922 74-97 78x29x43 0.83 9.5 10
NMW7922L 74-97 83x41x46 0.53 6.7 10
NMW7942S 74-97 83x41x46 0.85 9.7 10
NMW7942S 74-97 83x41x46 0.85 9.7 10
NMW7945 73-88 79x34x44 0.78 8.8 10
NMW7926 74-97 78x29x36 0.76 8.7 10
NMW7932 74-97 78x29x43 0.88 9.7 10
NMW7946S 74-97 78x29x43 0.85 9.5 10
Walking sticks, (order Phasmida, or Phasmatodea), also called stick insect, any of about 3,000 species of slow-moving insects that are green or brown in colour and bear a resemblance to twigs as a protective device. Some species also have sharp spines, an offensive odour, or the ability to force their blood, which contains toxic, distasteful chemicals, through special joints in the exoskeleton. In many species the eggs closely resemble seeds.

Walkingsticks are unusual among the insects in that they have the ability to regenerate legs and antennae. The front wings of some species are short and leathery, whereas others have large, colourful hind wings that are kept folded over the abdomen. Walkingsticks found in the tropics are the largest and most abundant. The longest specimen collected, belonging to the species Phryganistria chinensis, measured 62.4 cm (about 2 feet). Other large specimens—measuring more than 30 cm (12 inches) in body length—belong to the species Phobaeticus chani and Phobaeticus kirbyi, which are native to Borneo. The North American species Diapheromera femorata may defoliate oak trees during heavy infestations.

densely vegetated areas. Their natural range extends from islands in the Indian Ocean, across parts of mainland South Asia and Southeast Asia, to Papua New Guinea and Australia in the western Pacific. in USA Company. When looking for stability to move safely or just to lean on and take rest, a walking stick or cane (often referred to as the “third leg”) can make every step forward much safer. At a time when you may need assistance to walk or move from one place to another, taking the help of a walking cane or walking stick can make life much easier while also keeping you independent and confident. Walking aids can help maintain a better body posture, prevent cramping, muscle strain and joint injuries. The terms walking canes and walking sticks have been used interchangeably for a long time, whereas both of these mobility aids serve a different purpose. This article will help you find out how they differ, and which one is the right choice for you. Walking Stick