7-day pill planner helps keep your medications organized
One-touch buttons make it easier to access daily medications
Portable design is a simple way to take medications on the go
Material: Metal, Plastic
Features: 7 day system
Care & Cleaning: Wash with Soap and Water, air dry
Item Number (DPCI): 094-01-0630
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Make taking medication and supplements less of a hassle with this Push-Button Pill Planner from up & up™. For easy access to your medications, this daily pill box features one-touch push buttons to open each compartment, an easy-grip bottom and see-through covers for clear identification. This portable seven-day pill reminder fits easily in a purse, jacket or lunchbox for on-the-go use, helping you remember to take your meds. Simply fill it once weekly and leave all those bottles in the cupboard for another seven days! Your morning just got a lot easier.
This has been extremely helpful overall. I remember to take my vitamins now and they're all in an easy to access place. I definitely recommend if you take vitamins daily or every other day to invest in one of these. It's nice to just have all my vitamins in one place.
This product was great at first, but as others have discovered they open to easily all my pills were mixed in with my clothes (next time I traveled with my pill carrier) I taped it shut. They should devise a more secure method with a push button method of opening.