Take control of your medication with the TabTime pill grinder. Up to 40% of us find it difficult to swallow tablets and pills. We developed the TabTime pill grinder to make it easy to crush and grind your pills. Just put the pills in the top of the grinder, turn the handle and the crushed tablets are collected in the bottom of the grinder. The long handle of our grinder minimises the effort required and it's easy to adjust how coarse or fine the tablets are ground. The TabTime pill grinder is made from long lasting stainless steel and a cleaning brush is included to make it easy to clean. How does it work? - Stainless steel handle which due to its length (14cm/ 5.5") make it easy to turn and crush the pills. - Stainless steel hopper where you place the pills prior to crushing them. - Adjustable ceramic burr which you just tighten or loosen to change how fine you want to crush your pills. - Stainless steel container where the crushed tablets are stored. Key Features: - Large capacity - 14cm handle makes it easy to crush pills - Easy to adjust the grade of the grind, from fine to coarse - Brush included for easy cleaning - 12 month warranty
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