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Jokari’s magnifying Medi-Grip remover opens many different sizes of medicine and vitamin bottles and helps you read what’s on the label. Alternatively, you could ask your pharmacist for a non-child proof cap, but who remembers to do that?

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The remover is constructed from a soft plastic that grips the caps and conforms to your hand to give you more leverage opening the container. Embedded in the top of the remover is a 4X magnifying lens.

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A single remover will run you $4 to $5 before shipping. Hmm… I wonder if it works on twist-off beer bottles.

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3 Responses to Open Those *#$% Pill Bottles

  1. Old Coot says:

    I often resort to using my Sawzall.

  2. lkjsdf says:

    Never wash your pills down with beer. Most pharmacists recommend jug wine.

  3. bajajoaquin says:

    Or wine in a box for those with osteoporosis.

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