May 14, 2014

{Review} Folio Pill box - my favorite way to store and travel with medicine

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
 
The FOLIO pill box is made for those on a twice daily a.m./p.m. regimen of vitamins, supplements, or pills. It is a cut above the standard 14-door pill box and is much easier to load, with one universal lid.
It’s also much easier to extract pills from the FOLIO pill box. With other pill organizers, it’s nearly impossible to get your fingers into the pill box compartments and it’s necessary to turn the entire pill box upside-down
to shake out its contents. The FOLIO pill box features rounded compartments that make extraction of pills quick and easy.

The FOLIO pill box is also much sleeker than any of the twice-daily pill organizers out there. It fits elegantly and stylishly into purse or briefcase, and can be taken out anywhere.

My Review:
Of all the pill box and medication storage containers that I have used over the years, this one is by far my favorite.  With 14 individual pockets for daily or twice daily medicines it is great for use at home and while traveling. I really like how sleek, and stylish the case is and that it is easy to open and close with the blue elastic strap.  It does not look like a traditional pill box! The only negative to this Folio style pill box is that it does not fit a large vitamins along with multiple other pills very well.  It is best for only a small amount of pills, as long as there is not more than 1 larger pill.  Since I only take a few daily meds, it works great for my needs.  But I would not recommend it for those who take medication more than 1 time a day, or take multiple larger pills. 

FOLIO 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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