- Home & Garden
- Health & Beauty
- Clothing & Accessories
- Gift Shop
Click here to see additional product info
The old-fashioned pillbox meets the 21st century.
Pill organization and electronic reminders improve medication adherence.
It's a medication revolution! The Electronic Pillbox, was designed by a pharmacist, as an organizational system to store pills and a reminder system to ensure the right medication is taken at the right time. Features seven-day detachable storage bins with visual and audio reminders.
Extra deep pillboxes can store up to 20 tablets per compartment.
Includes carrying case for travel or transport to the doctor's office.
The included USB cable connects it to your PC to customize your medication schedule and set email and text reminders.
Wireless version allows loved ones to monitor medication adherence remotely.
New and improved software is compatible with Mac and Windows 7, Windows XP, and Windows Vista Professional. In order to receive electronic messaging reminders for medication dosing times, the software will require access to standard PC internet connections.
Made in the USA.
14"L x 7"W x 2"H
I take alot of supplements which range from once a day to 4 times a day, and it was so difficult to remember. I have tried many pill boxes but this one is the best. the sms notification is amazing.
I bought this for my best friend as a Christmas present. He is recovering from a number of health issues. I am his primary care giver and often worry about him staying on top of his medications and supplements when he is home alone. It has been set up for only a week and has already proven itself to be very effective. It was fairly easy to set up and the reminder notifications work great. I have it set up to blink, use an audible tone and send a text message. All of these work very well. I also love how the individual dosage compartment lights up to indicate which one to use. The travel case that comes with it is very nice. Very handy. The only drawbacks I have found are that it is physically a bit larger than I think it needs to be and the software (both the PC software and the web site) is somewhat clunky and not the most intuitive. But, I was able to figure everything out with a little hunting and pecking. This turned out to not be a big issue... I had it all figured out after a little testing.