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PharmaSystems Bubble Lok Pill & Vitamin Planner
*Colours may vary 1 Pill Planner

• Won’t spill if dropped. 
• Ideal for travel. 
• Contoured for easy pill removal. 
• Helps plan your weekly medications. 
• Seven compartments – one for each day of the week. 
• Dimensions: 17cm L x 4cm W x 3.5cm D.


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Sharon: about a year ago

This is a great pill container. I bought two so my husband could have one to use too. We are seniors and they are so easy to open without hurting your fingers. The size is perfect for the amount of tablets we each take daily. Highly recommend them.


JJay: about a year ago

Never spill the pills again. Use it to organize supplements esp for travel, and it fits ten tablets comfortably. Pops open easily.


Aaryn: more than a year ago

I really like this product for organizing my pills on a weekly basis. It makes it easier for me to remember if I've taken my pills for the day or not. Would recommend!

Emily: more than a year ago

The bubble lock definitely helps the compartments stay shut!


HTY: more than a year ago

We take lots of supplements, and for once, we found something that can hold it all! It's also very easy to open and close. Can't speak for anyone with weaker hands, but it's good for us.


Cheryl: more than a year ago

This product requires the ability to use hands to press and hold a resistant plastic. Given the age group and preponderance of arthritis in most people who use these dispensers, I have to rate them as pretty useless. I am unable to open the lids, so they will go into my recycle. Your Quality Assurance team should be testing for this. My actual rating would have been a O/5 but I couldn't have rated it lower.
Sorry. Cheryl


T: more than a year ago

Seems to be good quality, stands up to the test - does not open when dropped. I personally didn't realize how much strength you need to push them open. Not ideal for someone like me with a hand/wrist injury or someone with arthritis.


Ann: more than a year ago

Finally a pill container that stays shut!

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