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The Medisure pill organiser is a convenient way to organise daily medication or vitamins. It has seven-day medication storage with the days of the week clearly marked. There are four compartments per day identified as morning, noon, evening and bedtime. Daily sections are removable to take with you on shopping or daily excursions.
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I use mine for an entire months supply and spend about 10 minutes a month filling it with my various supplements - easy to track that way despite it being labeled am/pm. Read morePublished 17 hours ago by Phoebe Roden
Bought for a disabled relative who needs to keep track of tablets they take - and they love it.
I was considering using it to house my paperclip collection but in the... Read more
Much larger than I expected but great for someone with impared handling qualities. Very clear and easy to use. Arrived promptly. will use supplier again.Published 5 days ago by jan atkinson
Bigger than I thought it was going to be, but looks really strong so should last awhile and be sturdy enough for travelling. And will hold all my pills.Published 9 days ago by jamesuj
Bought for elderly father-in-law who thinks it is brilliant. Sorts tablets once a week and can see at a glance what has been taken. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Sean
it's a set of hinged boxes seems good quality holds the 11 tables I have every morning so does make life easier instead of having all the boxes stacked up on the side.Published 14 days ago by John Thorpe