Has Sagely built a better pill organizer?

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If you take more than one pill per day, whether they are vitamins or drugs for a medical condition, organizing them so you won’t miss a daily dose can be a chore. We’ve all seen the cheap rectangular pill boxes that are separated into seven sections, one for each day of the week and have a letter stamped on the lid of each section so you’ll know which pills to take each day. These traditional containers get the job done, but can be a pain to open, especially for people who may have dexterity issues. Is there a better way to manage your meds? Sagely thinks so. Their Smart Weekly Pill Organizer features seven individual pill holders that are separated into two sections that can be used for AM and PM pills or for two family members. The containers are clear so that you can see the contents, are large enough even for bigger pills, and have lids that are easy to open and close. One really cool feature is that you don’t have to open the container/lid to add pills. Each lid has a push through design allowing pills to be simply pushed through the perforated lid into the container. Also, the individual containers attach to a magnetic base that provides a neat and organized appearance. The Sagely Smart Weekly Pill Organizer currently is priced at $34.95 on Amazon. What do you think? Too expensive or are the added features with the price?

8 thoughts on “Has Sagely built a better pill organizer?”

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  2. It’s a bit expensive, but there are a couple of other redeeming values I like about it. When I divide out my pills into their weekly container, I’ve had the strips fall out of my (admittedly full) cupboard, fall to the counter, and pop open spilling pills everywhere. This design would prevent that, I think. The clear design also helps you see whether you’ve taken your pills or not.

    On the other hand, the push through feature looks annoying (especially for small pills) and you still have to take the top off (it appears) to get the pills out of the container.

    1. I’m not entirely convinced about the push through feature either, but I really like the double sections for each day. Jeanne and I take all of our pills (vitamins) at night with my supper. I usually get them out of each bottle and put them all in a little dish. Then during the meal one of us will fish out the pills and then pass it to the other person. This looks like a much nicer / easier way to do things. There’s actually be one time where I accidentally took one of Jeanne’s pills because it looked like on of my vitamins. Oops!

      1. You need to realize it’s not cheap plastic, it’s made to hold your pills. It’s made of good quality and small pills stay in there unless you may b0e playing a baseball game with the pods. I like mine.

  3. Too expensive but I like how you can take each section out since that’s convenient if you want to take the pills on-the-go. My mom takes a lot of pills daily that goes along with her chemo treatments. Right now I gave her one of those Altoids Small tin which is perfect for her on-the-go pills.

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