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Typo Pill Cases Help You From Making Mistakes with Your Pills

by Paul Strauss
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Do you need to take pills every day? Yeah, I hate it as much as you do – but it’s your health, right? It’s easy to forget whether or not you took your daily regimen, so it’s always a good idea to get a pill case to make sure you don’t skip or double-dose your meds or vitamins. And what better way to do this but with some pill cases that look like computer keys?

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Designed by Matt Carr for Umbra, these clever pill boxes look just like the keys you’d find on your PC keyboard, but instead of being in QWERTY format, they’we in SMTWTFS format – not the easiest thing if you prefer your sentences with vowels, but great if you want to keep track of your pills. Still better than DVORAK, I suppose. In addition to the 7-day/7-key Typo Pill Case, there’s a set of 3 cases which look like the Shift, CTRL and ESC keys. Now I don’t know what days of the week those are supposed to represent, but they still look cool.

Both sets are available direct from Umbra, with each selling for $6.00(USD).

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