Saturday, March 15, 2014

Sabi Review

What is Sabi? 寂SABI [/sab-i/] noun - A Japanese cultural aesthetic inspired by the notion that life's imperfections are what make it beautiful.
Sabi - Products designed to improve day-to-day life
We believe that people's imperfections are what make them beautiful and that intelligently designed products can motivate us to embrace our vulnerabilities and feel happy about doing daily tasks that may have grown challenging or mundane.
Sabi products marry vibrant design and superior performance to make the most humdrum chores – from organizing your weekly pill box to taking a bath, to taking a walk – simply more enjoyable. Our ambition: to make the everyday moments count, each and every day.
Sabi. elevate. everyday.

My boyfriend has gone through so many pill cases in his day. I don't know how they become broken and messed up... I think he just doesn't take care of them. I am reviewing for him.
Holster- clip and go travel pill case. THIS is perfect for him. We take random weekend getaways, and it's better than bringing his huge pill case with us. This one is small, durable, clip on, and convenient.
Click here to see the product online and its features.

The Split -- easy pill cutter. My boyfriend loves this. He has a pill that he has to split in half, and he uses like a box cutter or something. This is easier for him.
You can read the product features here.

These items are from the SABI THRIVE LINE. They have the line of pill accessories. SABI ROAM LINE = walking canes. Coming soon: SABI FLEX -- to make you comfortable at home. Sabi's Values: Our products are shape-shifters; they change the daily routine and uplift it by transforming the day’s mundane moments into daily moments of joy, fun and inspiration.

These products that I have reviewed will definitely be used at our home. Thanks SABI!

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Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions . No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part

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