This electronic pill dispenser features 8 integrated alarms so you’ll never miss another dose.
Set it and forget it, knowing you’ll get a precise reminder each time your next dose is due, and a flashing visual reminder if you don’t take it right away.
For people with Parkinson’s – This uniquely designed medication alarm fits right in the palm of your hand. The opening mechanism is designed with a magnetic clasp, so those with hand tremors can manage it easily.
Once opened, the alarm immediately stops without any other command. Take it with you – Slide this compact, lightweight electronic pill dispenser with alarm effortlessly into your pocket or purse so it’s on-hand no matter where you are.
Quick and easy set up: No complicated programming with this medication alarm. Just 3 buttons guide you through a no-fuss set up. It’s easier than your bedroom alarm clock and far more straightforward than a mobile phone. 8 numbered compartments each hold 18 small tablets or 6 capsules.
• 8 Pill compartment design with up-to 8 alarms per day
• Easy to set up and use
• Can be set at exact times when reminders are due
• Countdown timer can be used for regular doses (up to 99 hours 59 mins)
• Alarm sounds for 40 seconds when reminder time arrives
• LED light on lid continues to flash until opened indicating ‘missed dose’
• Trigger switch stops alarm/flashing once device is opened to take pills
• Easy open magnetic catch for weak or shaky hands
• Adjustable ‘Hi/Lo’ Volume (Volume level approx 45-55db)
• 3 extra large control buttons
• Large display screen with clear figures
• 3 bar battery strength indicator
• Easy access battery compartment for easy replacement
• Clock with 24 hour display function (military style)
• 1 x “CR2032” Size battery included
• Unit Dimensions: 110 X 60 X 30 mm
• Compartment Dimensions : 25 x 25 x 13mm
• Made in China
RRP AUD $59
• The magnetic closure may assist users with shaky or weaker hands.
• Alarm and light sound and flash until compartment is opened, thus indicating a ‘missed dose’
• Alarm volume can be increased for users who are hearing impaired