Dear Sir,
I am writing to express my appreciation for your invention of the Crutch Caddy. As I use a walking stick at all times I find the Crutch Caddy very convenient to place my Crutch when I am sitting down. In the past I have placed the Crutch nearby & on occasions it has fallen & I find it very difficult to pickup as I lose my balance. Once I fell breaking a window which could have been quite serious.

Again congratulations on your invention & wish you every success for future sale.

Yours Sincerely – BG

Beau, thanks for noticing my Mum enter the cafe on crutches last week and immediately going over to our table to offer us your product. Crutches are a nuisance at any time but especially when you’re out in public. There’s never anywhere to stand them (until now!) and when you lean them against a table or wall the inevitably fall down and become a trip hazard. Your invention is a great idea and we are very grateful to you for giving it to Mum to take home. Thank you.


I am writing to congratulate you on the ‘Crutch Caddy’. I find it a great resource both at home and at work.

It is such a nuisance placing my crutches on the floor and the ‘Crutch Caddy’ makes life a lot easier.

I intend purchasing a few more to place at various necessary positions in my home, such as my lounge chair, bathroom and kitchen.

Good luck. I’m sure your product will be appreciated by many disabled people.

All the best,

After suffering from 2 broken legs and a knee replacement in the last 5 years I have spent my fair share of time on crutches.

This time around my friend introduced me to the ‘Crutch Caddy’!

It’s a really great device that keeps my crutches upright and by my side rather than falling over and getting in everyones way.

Because of the base shape it slides so it can be moved around a room really easily.

I take mine with me everywhere I go and would definitely recommend it to anyone on crutches.


I had a full hip replacement at the end of March and so was delegated to crutches when I came home.The crutches nearly drove me crazy as trying to place them nearby when not in use they would slide along and fall, which meant I had to call for assistance to pick them up as I was not allowed to bend or twist for several weeks in case of dislocation of the hip. But then I was given a CRUTCH CADDY and what a difference it made.
I had it beside my bed and chair and felt independent again. I can thoroughly recommend the CRUTCH CADDY as I am sure it quickened my recovery as I was able to take off and exercise whenever I felt like it without calling for help.

Very sincerely – Thank you


To whom it may concern


I am a Senior Australian Orthopaedic Consultant currently practicing in Ballarat Victoria.

While working in the past in different continents including Europe, Africa, Asia and currently Australia I obviously saw many patients in my rooms who were dependent on crutches.

It was always difficult for my patients to find an easy way to store their crutches comfortably in my rooms while approaching the examination table and at the same time making the crutches easily accessible immediately when they are needed after my examination.

This is why I was most happy for my patients to be given the opportunity to use in my Consulting Room and Plaster Room this simply, sufficient and easily used product known as the “Crutch Caddy”.

The “Crutch Caddy” has been available in my rooms from the beginning of 2012 and the feedback from my patients on the “Crutch Caddy” has been extremely positive.


We received the Crutch Caddy last Monday – thank you.

As suggested, we had to replace the plastic / rubber tips on the existing crutches with the ones provided so the crutches would fit the Crutch Caddy. The Crutch Caddy works very well and solves the problem we had of crutches having to be left leaning in a corner while the crutch user had to stagger the remaining 2 metres to her chair, or leaning the crutches next to the chair only to have them end up on the floor with the slightest nudge. The Crutch Caddy now holds the crutches firmly in place right next to her chair. Thank you again.