Rx Doctor Essentials - Locker Brand, LLC
- RxDoctor.com - $14.95 + $3.99 shipping.
- Amazon - as low as ~ $13.50 plus shipping.
How has the soft-spoken little Doctor from "Loveline" gone on to pitch and promote most anything that has to do with the medical field? Wow MDs get around.
As soon-to-been seen on Discover Channel's "PitchMen" (Season 2, Episode 3), The Rx Locker holds and secures prescription pills in a container with a metal combination lock. No 800 lbs. grizzly bear in this one, but the 2-minute infomercial does rattle off a number of stats regarding the staggering number of Americans who die from subscription drug abuse.
Tough to say. I mean, when it comes to a metal lock on a plastic container, the bond is only good as the plastic. And I would like to know how solid the plastic (assuming plastic) that makes the Rx Locker is. But I suppose, once again like the Fridge Locker, if someone's willing to cut through a container and rip off the child-safety locks to get to the pills, then the household has a larger issue. At that point, I suppose the Rx Locker makes a good measuring stick for household safety. If the security isn't sufficient, then perhaps the home needs to use a safe and look for a nearby clinic (once again, we're not qualified to give medical advice).
Well, we went looking and haven't found many complaints. It's plastic box shaped with like a line of 4 prescription pill containers with a lock on it. Not too much to scam. But if people out there find something glaring regarding the device, please let us know.
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