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Daybox Extra Large Weekly Pill Box

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
The DAYBOX pill box is Sabi's largest pill box, a weekly pill organizer for medication management featuring eight pill boxes, each inscribed with the day of the week (plus one extra!) and each with three extra-spacious pill box compartments, suitable for storing a large number of large-sized pills, vitamins and supplements. Eight individual daily pill boxes clip together to form a beautiful weekly pill box and easily detach so you can tote with you one daily pill box at a time.
Each daily pill box is covered with a soft peel-back rubber lid that is easy on the hands to open and close, making loading with pills easy. Rounded compartments make extracting pills easy as well. The individual daily pill box fits well into any purse, bag or briefcase.
The DAYBOX weekly pill box makes it possible for even the heaviest pill, vitamin and supplement user to tote and take their pills in style.

DAYBOX is made by Sabi:
Website: http://www.sabi.com
Blog: blog.sabi.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Sabibrand
Twitter: @sabi_brand

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REVIEW:

I am a diabetic.
I take medication 3 times a day. I also take many vitamins.
I am also known to wonder if I took my pills.
Then this opportunity arose to review a weekly, 3 times a day pillbox and I couldn't resist!
This is what it looks like. All 7 days, plus an extra compartment for extra storage. I like that the come apart individually, so if you leave for a day or 3 days, you can just take those days with you.
It was a Wednesday when the pill box arrived, so I focused on that day. Notice how easy to use the lid is? It is handy, as it's flexible and allows you to turn back the gel-plastic lid and only open a section instead of taking it all off. When you have a small handful of pills to take already, the last thing you want is them all coming out at once.
As you can see, I already took my morning pills. I take 7 pills all together and they all fit in this compartment. I still have supper and before bed pills, which are much less. At least the past week, I haven't had to wonder if I missed anything. I just go to my Daybox and check. It takes a huge weight off knowing I will always have that to fall back on when I forget, and let's face it, the older I get the more inclined I'll be to forget.
I definitely think this is a great product and a perfect solution for anyone taking medication.


5/5




I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Comments

  1. This looks like something I could use! I take alot of pills and forget them always

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  2. I would love one of these! It is so hard to keep track of everything sometimes and this would make it so much easier!

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  3. I like that it comes apart individually, too. Definitely easier to carry only one compartment in your purse.

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