This pill organiser offers 7 separate daily boxes, each with 4 separate sections that can be removed individually each day and stored together in this robust clear case. The different coloured boxes and day of the week stickers help you to keep track of the days, plus the stickers are provided separately so you can choose where to place them on the boxes (mine are on the bottom ends of each day).
There is a large plastic clip across the front of the outer container that is easy to open and does not require much dexterity or hand strength. Once the main case is open you can take out the individual box for the day, I usually take the day’s box out in the morning and keep it out until I get the next one the following morning. The daily boxes are thoughtfully designed so that the side where the lid clips down is inset, making it easy to identify and then open with your finger. The curved design combined with the compact size also makes the daily boxes easy to grip whilst you remove your pills with the other hand. The base of each section is also shaped with an upwards curve and then a curved corner towards the open edge so that it’s easy to slide pills up the side to remove them.
Source of Item:
Hypermobile Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (hEDS), Postural Tachycardia Syndrome (PoTS), Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension (IIH), Migraine, Chronic Urticaria & Autism
I have been using this pill organiser daily for just over 2 years and it is still working as well as it did the day I bought it, every pill box I have used before this one has broken within a few weeks or a couple of months of use. I cannot recommend this pillbox highly enough, it’s cheaper than the other pillboxes that repeatedly broke, whereas this is very robust. I have dropped the whole container from height several times and all the daily containers remained closed even though they were scattered from the main case, the only repair required has been to clip the green closure back into place onto the outer case after I have dropped it.
The compartments are big enough to comfortably hold a large number of pills. When filling the containers for the week, my carer can open all the morning and evening sections for the whole week whilst the daily strips are conveniently contained in the outer box. The inside of the lid of the outer case is also useful for containing medications that I take in larger quantities, so my carer can press out a large number of tablets and then individually place them into each compartment. If it does eventually wear out from continued use, I wouldn’t hesitate to buy another one.