Saturday, March 8, 2014

CRUSH Minimal effort pill crusher with pill box inside the cap Review


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CRUSH Minimal effort pill crusher with pill box inside the cap Review. This is really neat you can store the pills that need to be crushed in the top center and when ready you can unscrew the blue part and put the pill in the white part of the crusher and then replace the blue top and it screws on. I really like this pill crusher. I would recommend this company to everyone.

CRUSH is for people who don’t like taking pills or who have difficulty swallowing them and instead choose to crush medications into a powder and ingest them in food and drink.
Most pill crushers on the market require repeated twisting and untwisting to get the job done, and can be very difficult on the hands. In addition, most pill crushers out there can only crush small pills and cannot handle turning larger pills into powder. Finally, we couldn’t find one single pill crusher that doubled as a pill box.

So, we created a pill crusher with real muscle that does most of the work itself and is ergonomic and easy on the hands and wrists. CRUSH quickly and effectively crushes all tablet types of all size, shape, and texture. And it’s a self-contained, all-in-one crusher-and-case.
CRUSH is easy to clean and fun to use. We hope that when you use it you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how little it makes your hands work. We hope it will inspire you to take a moment to stop, listen to the snap and crunch, and appreciate the strength it takes to stay healthy.

CRUSH is made by Sabi:
Website: http://www.sabi.com
Blog: blog.sabi.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Sabibrand
Twitter: @sabi_brand




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My hands don't have much strenght in them at times and you can see how this worked for me.  I would give this a thumps up.   What do you think?

I have to say that my hands don't have much strenght in them at times so I waited until I had one of these day to use it . I like the shape of it cause for me it made it easy to hold on to cause I could get it set in between my thumb and my pointer finger and get a good grip with my hands on this day.  I did have to screw the crusher twice when I used it but it was because it started to cross thread for me but it was still easy for me to use.  It is not a fine powder but it is still small enough to add to food or to mix in a drink.  This is coming from someone who does have trouble opening stuff and has health problem and I do have mild arthritis and Have less then half percent of my heart function. (All this for another day )

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