Review: Sabi DAYBOX

DAYBOX by Sabi

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Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

And here we are at part three of my Sabi reviews.

I have to say that the Daybox is probably my favorite of all three pill boxes that I’ve been able to try from Sabi.

Here’s what they have to say about it:

The DAYBOX pill box is Sabi’s largest pill box, a weekly pill organizer for medication management featuring eight pill boxes, each inscribed with the day of the week (plus one extra!) and each with three extra-spacious pill box compartments, suitable for storing a large number of large-sized pills, vitamins and supplements. Eight individual daily pill boxes clip together to form a beautiful weekly pill box and easily detach so you can tote with you one daily pill box at a time.

Each “day” container has three sections. I’ve talked my husband into taking some more supplements and vitamins than he used to – so he’s up from zero – so he gets one section. Then I put my vitamins and supplements in another section. There’s an empty well in between our two sets of vitamins, just as a buffer.

I take some really large medications – my evening primrose oil capsules are HUGE! – and all of them fit easily with room to spare. I love the rubberized lids, although I will say that you have to make sure that the lids are on and sealed before you go tossing this around.

The only other thing that is slightly irritating is that the different day containers can detach really easily from each other. That’s great on one level, but since I leave them all attached, it’s a little unnerving when one of them suddenly “lets go” of its buddies.

Like the FOLIO, I love that I only need to fill this bad boy up once a week. It didn’t take me hours every day to sort out our vitamins in the evening, but it would take a few minutes. Now I just pop off the lid, and there they are, ready to go.

So there you have it! If you want to read more about the TRIPOD or the FOLIO, check out their individual reviews.

You can learn more about Sabi or follow them here:

TRIPOD is made by Sabi:
Website: http://www.sabi.com
Blog: blog.sabi.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Sabibrand
Twitter: @sabi_brand

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Review: Sabi Folio

Folio by Sabi

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Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

As part two of my review, I’m going to talk to you a bit about Sabi’s Folio.

Here’s what Sabi says about the Folio:

The FOLIO grande pill box is our response to many customer requests for our weekly FOLIO pill box, only larger. This pill box is made for those on a heavier twice daily a.m./p.m. regimen of vitamins, supplements, or pills. Or for those who take large-sized vitamins or supplements. It is a cut above the standard 14-door pill box and is much easier to load, with one universal lid.

Like the Tripod, this is another pill box that I use solely for my husband. He takes a few prescriptions in the morning, and a few others in the evening.

Folio by Sabi

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This box is perfect for that. The wells are deep and hold even large pills well. But the wells are easy to get the pills back out of, too.

I’ve used other pill boxes that made it so difficult to get the medications back out that it wasn’t worth the time to fill it.

Another feature of this box that I really like is that the elastic band is really secure. It’s also easy for me to open at 6 am with blurry vision. There’s been more than a few times that I’ve accidentally dropped this case, and none of the medications fell out or got into other wells.

Granted, I doubt I would be so lucky if the case were *open* when I dropped it, but it’s great that I don’t have to worry when it’s sealed up.

I also love that I can take a few minutes on Saturday to fill up this case and it’s ready to go every day. It’s saved me a ton of time opening bottles and sorting medications every day.

We haven’t traveled with this case, but I imagine that it would travel quite easily. When folded, it’s very sleek and has a low profile.

Bottom line, I really like it, and it’s made life easier for both me and my husband, so it’s a keeper.

You can learn more about Sabi or follow them here:

FOLIO is made by Sabi:
Website: http://www.sabi.com
Blog: blog.sabi.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Sabibrand
Twitter: @sabi_brand

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Review: Sabi Tripod Pill Box

Tripod by Sabi

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Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

I recently got the opportunity to try three different pill boxes from Sabi. I’m going to talk about each of them individually, however, because we use each one in different ways and I want to make sure that each one gets it’s fair “screen time.”

First up is the Tripod.

Here’s what Sabi says about the Tripod:

The TRIPOD pill box is a unique roll-open pill organizer designed to hold fish oil pills and other large pills, vitamins and supplements. Secured by an extra-strong closure, the TRIPOD pill box rolls open to expose three large compartments each covered by a hinged, clip-closed lid.

My husband takes his lunch to work every day, and he uses a reusable lunch bag. This little pill cases fits perfectly into the front pocket of his bag. It contains pills that he needs to take every day during the time he’s gone, but it’s got enough room for medications he only needs to take once in a while, too.

It’s never popped open in his bag on its own, but it’s easy to operate. It’s got a soft, silicone feel to it, and the entire case is very well made.

When it first arrived, I was a little concerned that it would break or come apart at the hinges.

Tripod by Sabi

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He’s been using it every day for several weeks now, though, and the case is in perfect shape. Sometimes it’s a little difficult to close each section properly, but once you line it up again, it’s no problem.

One of the things that I really like about this case is how compact it is. It takes up hardly any space at all in my husband’s lunch bag, but it holds an awful lot of medications.

The first portion is where I put the medicines that I know he’s going to need every day. It just makes sense to have those in the easiest section to access.

The second section holds things like ibuprofen. And it holds a lot of them. In the third section are the medications that he only needs to have just in case. Since those are in the farthest section back, nobody has to worry about them accidentally spilling or getting loose.

My husband has said that he really likes this case, too. It’s handy in case he wants to put it in his pocket, and the bright blue color makes it easy to find.

All in all, it’s a far better alternative than what we were doing, which was using an old pharmacy bottle for his medications and using two other bottles for assorted other meds. This takes up a lot less space, and it’s cute.

You can learn more about Sabi or follow them here:

TRIPOD is made by Sabi:
Website: http://www.sabi.com
Blog: blog.sabi.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Sabibrand
Twitter: @sabi_brand

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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