Weekly Pill Organizer
Helpful, Easy and Versatile
This pill organizer has been well thought out by its creator and is great for use at home, out and about, and on trips. Each morning I take that day's pills container out of the tray and put it where I will use it. It fits easily in my purse, and the entire tray fits easily in my train case for travel. I love also that each of the day's four pills compartments opens and closes separately, making it easy to get out only the pills I need at that time and avoiding accidental dumping of all the pills from the organizer.
January 14, 2015
Exactly what I needed
I bought this for my mom, who recently had surgery and was on a lot of meds, that all had different dosages. I wanted something that would make taking her pills a lot easier and more convenient. This pill organizer did just that -- the compartments are the right size, esp since certain times of day she can be taking anywhere from 6-8 pills; the removable slots for each day are a huge help for when she had all day appointments; and the font is big enough for her to see. I took 1 star away only because each compartment can be a little difficult to open because they are so close to one another, and tightly shut. I guess this is a positive, because in the off chance the box were to fall, at least we'll know the pills are secure.
April 11, 2014
This box is perfect for those of us who forget if we took our pills. I just leave the door up on the pill box after taking the medicine, Then I can visually see if I took it or not. Perfect. Well built.
February 19, 2014
Bought for mom
I purchased this for my mother. She has one blind eye and has a cataract starting on her only good eye. So she has a hard time seeing. She had a weekly pill box but with small print. She takes alot of pills.
I took this box to her and she is using it. She can see the letters and like the fact, sections can be pulled out to go with her. She has alot of doctors visits and sometimes isn't home to take her meds.
She likes this containers and is using it.
January 3, 2014