Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
Being a nail art addict - OK, I really meant to say enthusiast, I have many items to store. But yet I want to keep them easy to access. This DayBox pill box may have been designed for something else but I am using to store those tiny nail art items that I use.
The DAYBOX pill box is Sabi's largest pill box, a weekly 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.
But of course I don't use it for pills. I used it for nail art items - rhinestones, flowers, glitter, pearls, studs, foil... you name it. Eight individual boxes clip together to form a beautiful box and easily detach so you can only grab the case you want. In the case of nail art items, it means you gain much needed work space by only grabbing the individual case that you need. My workspace is cluttered normally. It has nail polish, acrylic paint, brushes, cuticle sticks, remover, cotton balls, dotting tools and many more items.
Each daily pill (nail art) box is covered with a soft peel-back rubber lid that is easy on the hands to open and close, making loading with pills easy. Rounded compartments make extracting items easy as well. The individual box fits well into any purse, bag or briefcase.
Let's take a look at how I use it:
I love how this keeps everything handy and organized.
DAYBOX is made by Sabi:
The Day Box is covered in soft, supple rubber and is nice to the touch. It is easy to open and close.
TRIPOD is made by Sabi and can be purchased on their Website at http://www.sabi.com for $29.99. It can also be purchased on Amazon. See this and more items on their blog at blog.sabi.com
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