Monday, April 7, 2014

CHOP Minimal Effort Pill Cutter
Review.

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


Oma was pleased to be offered the opportunity to receive and review several products made by Sabi. This is review two of four.

Sabi is a Japanese noun describing “cultural aesthetic inspired by the notion that life's imperfections are what make it beautiful”




Different people split pills for different reasons: some pills, especially daily vitamin supplements, are so large that they can be difficult to swallow whole. Oftentimes, pills come in only one high dosage version and you need to halve or quarter them to get a lower dose. Others split pills because it’s more cost effective, since higher-dosage pills frequently cost the same as lower-dosage ones.

This product came just in time for us.  Opa has a supply of pills and his dosage was recently cut in half. It seems so wasteful to toss the pills with the higher dosage.  Again this Sabi product was well made, sturdy and worked really well.  It really did require just "Minimal Effort!" Oma loves the fact that the Pill Cutter is adjustable to accomodate all pill types

Product Features:

  • Weight: 34 g/1.2 oz
  • Dimensions: H: 50 mm x W: 55 mm x D: 38 mm/H: 2 in x W: 2.2 in x D: 2.2 in
  • Ultra-safe and effective, durable plastic poly (PCTA) blade
  • Pill splitter's specialized inset rubber impressions stabilize pills of all sizes and shapes
  • Light press pill splitter mechanism distributes weight applied to cap evenly
  • Easy on hands/wrists no matter “hardness” of pill material
  • Halves and quarters pills cleanly and precisely to ensure accurate dosage
  • Slip-preventing rubber base
  • BPA-free

This product works best with larger, oblong-shaped pills. May not quarter spherical or smaller pills accurately.

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If you have the chance, visit the Sabi Website  The Sabi ‘THRIVE’ is a line of unique health and wellness accessories designed to improve the daily routine of taking vitamins, supplements, and pills.







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