Daily Repeating: Vibrating 6 Alarms per Day (no reset required)
Interval Timer: Auto reset timer (up to 99 minutes)
One-Time Alarms: Specific date and time in the future
Vibration or Sound: Toggle between Vibrating (discreet) and Sound (beeping)
Medication Reminder and Time Management: Great Tool for Children. This vibrating multi-alarm watch can discreetly remind your child to go to the school nurse without every kid in the class room knowing.
Independently set alarms — The MeDose multi-alarm watch has a unique feature that permits children to set up to six independent times per day. (Most watches have only one or two). The six alarm function provides flexibility in setting reminders at times other than exact intervals. In addition, the six alarms allow you to set the times once and they repeat every day. For example, you can set the alerts at 8:35am, 10:15am, 12:10pm, 1:45pm, 3:30pm and 5:15pm to coincide with your child's school schedule and they will alarm at these times automatically every day. | Alternative choice: 12 Bungee Alarm Watch for Kids (Pediatric / Young Adults) | More Alarm Watches.
Most kids wear the e-pill pediatric vibrating 6 alarm watch on their arm, but if your child is petit it can also be worn around the the child's ankle rather than the wrist. Watch size is: 1 1/2 inch across x 1/2 inch thick with adjustable velcro strap.
"I have found it helpful to place the watch around my daughter's ankle rather than her wrist. She is 7 years old and not to many of her friends wear watches on a regular basis. She is also less likely to press the buttons on her watch when worn around her ankle"Michelle Kalin
One-Time alarms: Vibrating alarm (total of 6 including daily alarms) can be set for a specific time date and time in the future (example Next Wednesday doctors appointment at 2:30 P.M.).
The e-pill MeDose 6 Alarm vibrating looks like a normal watch (size is a normal sports size watch), tells time,
e-pill Medication Reminders is Boston based medical device company. Since 1999 e-pill timers, alarm watches, pill boxes with alarms and pill dispensers have helped patients around the world remember to take medications on time (improve medication adherence / patient compliance).