A Crutch Caddy used in professional settings such as hospital rooms next to beds or chairs, in bathrooms, rehabilitation rooms, waiting rooms and gyms reduces valuable nursing and assistant manpower needed to retrieve crutches for patients and also give patients some independence. In the home it's a valuable tool to enable people to be independent in their homes and prevent accidents and falls because the Crutch Caddy prevents crutches from toppling over and out of safe reach.

It is light in weight (1kg/2.2lb) but very durable, portable and unobtrusive and has ‘Glow in The Dark’ technology.
so that even in pitch darkness it is safely seen and acts as a locator for replacement of the crutches.
There is also a commercial application for workplaces and businesses. Restaurants, beauty salons and waiting rooms to mention a few. Consider a busy restaurant scenario with a customer on crutches, they can be a big hazard and annoyance, for both staff and other customers, and embarrassment for the crutch user.