Popping in pills every single day can be quite a tedious task, as many people fear mixing various tablets and then waste time trying hard to remember which pill has to be taken at what hour of the day. If you have been placing you vitamins and pills in the same container only to feel lost later, then Typo Pill Cases will be a welcoming change in your life. Designed for Umbra, this unique creation is a brainchild of designer Matt Carr and will help you stay organized even when it comes to keeping medicines in a neat way.
Typo Pill Cases are not like any other everyday box. It has fetched some inspiration from the sinful world of computers and looks like keys from a computer board. This pill case is available in two designs. One is the 7 day format, which has been named as Typo Pill Case 7 and the other is called Typo Pill Case 3 that comprises of 3 cases. In the Typo Pill Case 7 design these medical computer keys are not placed in a QWERTY format, but instead read SMTWTFS which represents the first alphabet of 7 days that make a week. So, all you have to do is place your pills (in 7 separate compartments) according to the days they have to be consumed to avoid any sort of confusion. On the other hand, the Typo Pill Case 3 is a set of 3 cases in which each key strongly resembles the ESC, Shift and CTRL keys of a computer keyboard.
Typo Pill Cases are quite cool to look at and can be easily carried from one place to the other. These will kill confusions that come tagged with popping in pills and will make sure neither you double dose nor skip your medicines, which help you stay in a healthy state. Both the cases come stashed with a price tag of $6, which is nothing as compared to staying in a disease free condition.