The marshmallow roller can be used for both constant contact and two point touch use, but it's designed for constant contact. This is a very popular tip as it is small, lightweight, and rolls from side to side. This is a great everyday cane for someone looking to travel light in a developed area. Compared to some other constant contact tips, however, it is more prone to getting stuck in cracks.
Welcome to my everyday cane! This is a constant contact tip, and it's certainly too heavy to use otherwise. The jumbo roller is loud, but it has very good tactile feedback. This tip is best suited for developed areas and can roll over most medium-size cracks.
The pencil tip is a very standard two point touch tip. It's widely used, but tends to get stuck in cracks. It's greatest strength is its very light weight. This is a great tip if you're looking for a slim, simple tip that you can use in an urban setting.
The metal glide is a relatively common tip. Made out of stainless steel, this tip is best suited for two point touch use but can occasionally be used for constant contact. It has the lightness of a pencil tip and the ability of the marshmallow tip to avoid getting caught in cracks. This is a good tip for an urban setting.
The ceramic is a very popular cane tip. It's unique in that it can be used with both two point touch and constant contact techniques. It's lightweight and relatively small in shape, but its roundness helps it avoid getting stuck in cracks. This cane is most suitable for an urban setting.
This tip has a very unique style. The wheel is made of soft but durable rubber. This tip was specifically designed for outdoor travel in nature settings with the constant contact technique. It's slightly bulky, but a great option for hikers or those who live in places with heavily cracked sidewalks or rural areas.
The Bundu Basher was developed in South Africa and is often used for everyday travel in rural areas. It's used in a modified version of constant contact where the user moves it along the ground in a snake-like shape. It's not yet a very common tip, but it is available for purchase from multiple providers.