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4 Types of Travel Pill Organizer for Every Journey

I have seen my dad carry along a big bag of different medicines, then hardly finding the ones to use when we traveled to Thailand. At another time, on our trip enjoying Nha Trang cuisine, I saw my dad relaxed taking his pills from a pill case to use. Starting from that time, I know about travel pill organizers, the very supporting products specifically for people with chronic deceases in general, and for travelers in particular. I did some research related to the item, and then figured out some really good ones that I want to share. Let’s see!

What is a Travel Pill Organizer?

So you may know the first aid kit in which you put medicines, medical equipment, pills, etc. for emergencies. There are many first aid kits with different materials and sizes for choices such as plastic, wood, metal boxes, or fabric, nylon ones.

However, those first aid kits are commonly large to keep tools and pieces of equipment. When traveling, it’s hard for us to bring everything. But we do have a choice to only bring pills that we need, especially with ones who have chronic diseases. That is when we aim at small, lightweight boxes to carry around or put in a bag easily, like the travel pill organizers. With those pill holders on hand, it supports travelers while getting problems, particularly in circumstances where there is no hospital or infirmary to support them.

1. The Colorful, Plastic, 7-day Compartments

The Sukuos weekly travel pill organizer, 2 times a day
The Sukuos weekly pill organizer, 2 times a day.

This is the most common travel pill organizer that you can find easily on the market. The boxes are mainly made of safely BPA-free plastic. With 7 colors representing 7 days in the week, it is more attractive and helps users recognize the days more easily. Each box can contain up to 9 large vitamins or 5 fish oils. Furthermore, with about 7 inches long, so you can easily pack the case in bags, or backpacks, making it one of the most compact travel pill organizers.

Moreover, you can find other more advanced pill cases of this type, for different needs of use. There are some cases best for multiple doses, with morning and night boxes separated. Additionally, some even have 4-time-a-day compartments for complicated treatment by pills. And, some have PU leather, or other kinds of cover to wrap the case, attaching with a note. Those large pill organizers are, of course, harder to pack in a bag or luggage. Yet, they don’t cost the space and are better in utility.

2. The Water Bottle X Pill Organizer

The pill holder combined with a water bottle.

So you have your pills, then you water to swallow those medicines?! It’s when a smart guy like Asobu solves your inconvenience with their special travel pill organizers.

Asobu produces a water bottle with an attached 7-day pill organizer. Specifically, the bottle capacity is 20 ounces of water, about 600 ml, which is enough for you to even drink the whole 7-day pills at once. OK, I’m just kidding, but it is a lot of water to drink with your medicines. Furthermore, the bottle lid is designed as a cup for users to drink more easily.

The whole bottle is made of Tritan material. To explain generally, it’s a BPA-free plastic that is fine to store food or water. In addition, by using Tritan, the bottle is tougher, fearless to shattering, has better dishwasher durability, and is lighter than glass.

One last cool thing is, the pill organizer can be taken off the bottle. So you can wash it, bring it around, or put it in your bag easily. Just a note, the pill compartments are quite small for anyone who has a complicated treatment by medicines.

3. The Wallet Type with a Zipper

TeloTravel wallet-typed pill organizer.

There is a type that’s more than a travel pill organizer. A thing to keep you on track, and maintain your routine. Or to hold your cash, lol.

Indeed, this type of pill holder is designed as a wallet with a zipper to keep the items inside carefully and prevent things from falling outside when moving. And that’s one of the biggest advantages of the wallet type over the others. This travel pill organizer is mostly made of felt material, which is more stylish when used, and more durable for long journeys.

Inside, 2 big compartments can store your cash or travel papers. It even attaches a notebook for a travel plan or medicine reminder. The compartments are smartly designed for convenient and effective usage. Some of the wallets have 14 pouches, separated into 7 days a week, and 2 times a day, AM and PM, supporting the user in ease of use.

So if you are looking for a travel pill case for a long journey or an adventure, or if you move a lot, this wallet-type pill holder is certainly your best choice!

4. The Fancy Ones

The stylish Mimi Medcessories 7 Days Pretty pillbox with other accessories.

Some people are always stylish, even when they are in bad health. That’s when modern, elegant pill organizers are produced to serve those people. Nevertheless, it’s still comfortable to carry around on a long trip.

Many of the pill cases of this type are made of aluminum, making them brighter in different colors. Depending on the need for the capacity to hold the medicines, users will have plenty of choices in designs and features. To illustrate, there is a VANSU pill holder, designed as a keychain, made of high-quality titanium. Of course, it’s fashionable, durable, waterproof, and easy to carry around.

On the other hand, the Mimi Medcessories 7 Days Pretty makes me think of a Bluetooth speaker. It uses a slide-button to control its 7-day compartments, each can store up to 12 pills or 5 large supplements. Also, it has 3 colors champagne, rose, and steele to make any owner look stylish while carrying to travel. Likewise, there are Houder Classy Brass pill holders designed as a makeup box, in rectangular and round shape, but still have 2-3 compartments to divide the medicines for use. In my opinion, it’s great to be a gift, and of course, very space-saving to put in a bag, or luggage for traveling.

Let’s be stylish travelers, using those fancy travel pill organizers!

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