Set of 4 Daily Pilltracker Holders by Lori Greiner

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Make it easier to manage your medication and reach a certain peace of mind when you employ Daily Pilltracker Holders. They use special indexing caps that make taking your prescription pills easy and efficient by displaying the date and/or time. Effective for dosages of once to three times daily. From Lori Greiner.

  • Includes two multi-pill cases and two pill bottles
  • Special indexing caps with date/time windows
  • Effective for dosages of once to three times daily
  • Approximate measurements: Cases 3-3/4"Diam x 1-3/8"H; Bottles 1-3/4"Diam x 3-1/4"H
  • Imported

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Set of 4 Daily Pilltracker Holders by Lori Greiner is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 24.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for keeping track Carry these at work and allows me to see if I've had my vitamins.
Date published: 2017-11-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from NOT HELPFUL FOR OLDER PERSON Gave this to my Grandmother to help her keep track of medications. Found out too late to be able to return that it's not easy for an older person to understand & that's who this product should be helping. I think the bottles are supposed to help if you take the same pill more than once a day. Except that no matter how you turn the cap it went from Mon1 to Tues1 to Wed1, etc. It never got to dose 2 or 3 for any day, so the caps must be defective and thus the bottles were of no help. The flat ones have 4 compartments. You have to rotate around over all 4 compartments before the day of the week changes. So if for example she's taking 1 tablet 3 times a day she wouldn't know which compartment she's on and then she would get confused as to whether she filled them correctly. Thus the flat container isn't helpful in that instance. I guess it works ok if you have to take anywhere from 1 to 4 pills all at the same time once day, because when you take 1 out of each compartment then close it, it turns to the next day. But there weren't any instructions about the flat container, only a sheet about the bottle. Overall I have not found many of Lori's products to be helpful as I have returned several. Probably will stay away from things associated with her in the future.
Date published: 2017-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from EXTREMELY HELPFUL I am retired and lose track of whether I have taken my meds. Now I just look at my containers and know the answer. I use one round one for am meds and one for pm meds. Plus each compartment holds more than a 7 day pill box making filling for vacations or home use much easier. I would recommend this for anyone taking multiple meds.
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't waste your money This was the most complicated product to use. Couldn't figure out how to even use it after ready instructions. Needs a video to explain it. Put it back in the box and sent it back. Not happy at all with it. By the time I sent it back I got a 1.83 credit.
Date published: 2017-01-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Idea Seems Good But I watch Lori Greiner open the pill bottles very easily on tv but when I received them I have to say it is quite difficult to open them. You have to press the white button and turn but each time I felt I had to twist it sideways and not upright. It was fortunately empty but if it wasn't all the pills in one slot would be everywhere. For a elderly person I would never recommend this and I'm not elderly. Just concerned for them purchasing this and having a big problem opening the bottles. I would have returned it but it would cost me more on shipping than it is to just toss it. Sorry but sometimes products are a fail and this one certainly is in my book.
Date published: 2017-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love these I love these pill trackers. I use one for the 4 am meds I take, the other for the 3 pm meds. The two bottles and for misc meds I may have to take for short term. If I can't remember if I took my med that day, all I have to do is check the day of the week and I'm good to go
Date published: 2016-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No worries, did I or didn't I? This is so easy even though I didn't do it right the first time. After all, it isn't a machine or computerized. I had to laugh at myself for making a big deal out of putting the pills in the compartments and turning the dial. The only thing that I will say is that if you really do have badly arthritic hands the turning of the lid on the disc like container could seem difficult , maybe. Just do some trial runs and if you do it wrong you can always go back and twist the dial back to start again. This is Monday and I have taken my meds and the dial reads Tuesday now, and the container is closed until I turn the dial again on Tuesday for that days meds. You can't turn the dial too far because it stops you at each compartment and you need to push down the white button and turn to get to the next compartment, after taking the fourth pill you push the white button and it is closed and reads Weds. Long explanation for something so simple. I really like this method and no more thinking did I take my pills or not. Sit down and play with it a little and you will see that it is quite simple.
Date published: 2016-09-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from ? Needs to be more simple, too much clicking, turning and pushing the button. I love the idea though.
Date published: 2016-07-21
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