A new bracelet with multiple compartments for carrying different selections of medicine or vitamins.
Colorful in Design to Serve as A Constant Reminder
Four Different Compartments Keep Medicine or Vitamins Separated
Tightly Held Snap Shut Lids Prevent Pills from Falling Out
For Kids and Adults
Can Be Worn Along with Jewelry Such as Watches or Other Bracelets
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor James M. Spears of Little Rock, AR has designed a new bracelet with multiple compartments for carrying different selections of medicine or vitamins. The invention can be worn by all ages and serves several purposes. Because the bracelet is colorful and worn on the wrist, it serves as a constant reminder to the user at all times. No longer will users miss or forget to take their needed medication or vitamins. Their reminder will be right on their wrist! Plus, they wont have to carry around their entire medicine or vitamin bottle. The bracelet holds only the amount they need. Four different compartments keep medicine or vitamins separated from each other. Tightly held snap shut lids prevent these vital items from slipping or falling out during normal everyday activities such as driving, cooking, or cleaning. The bracelet can be worn along with jewelry such as watches or other bracelets. The Medication & Vitamin Bracelet will be the perfect forget-me-not gift and gadget! Ready to learn more? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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