You find it in PDF format on www.walkstool.com under Help & Support and User manual. Here is the direct link: http://www.walkstool.com/uk/promotips/leaflet.pdf
It depends on many factors like in which country, which continent, level of VAT or sales taxe and if you are buying it via internet, mail order catalogue, by a retailer for professional users, hunting, outdoor or caravan shops. Margins differs from country to country and sector to sector. But to give you an indication we show below approximately prices:
|Walkstool Steady (accessory)||16-22||22-24|
If you own any of the older models of Walkstool (45 cm or 55 cm) or Walkstool Basic, then it's nothing to do but to avoid having Walkstool attached to your body with lower legs down. If you own the Walkstool Comfort model with bigger rubber feet, do as follows: lock the lower legs when not using Walkstool by twisting the upper legs, locking the lower legs by the rubber feet being close together. The newer Walkstool Comfort models have also a practical pouch for storage and carriage.