If you’re looking for a fast and efficient way to dispense band-aids, look no further than the WERO Smart Box Dispenser. This product was designed with speed and efficiency in mind, and it can be operated with only a single hand. In addition, the WERO Smart Box band-aid dispenser can help you apply a band-aid faster than with a regular medicine cabinet. The product also won a Red Dot Design Award in 2020, so you know it was designed also with a focus on usability and appeal.
Who is WERO?
WERO is a German company that has been around for more than 65 years now and manufactures medical products. Some of WERO’s other products include wound dressings, medical adhesive tapes, and compression bandages. WERO is a well-known and respected company in the medical field, and its products are known for their quality and efficiency.
What are the features of the WERO Smart Box band-aid dispenser?
The WERO Smart Box Dispenser is a band-aid dispenser that can be operated with only one hand. The product is easy to use and can dispense band-aids quickly and efficiently. The WERO Smart Box Dispenser also has a storage compartment for band-aids, so you can keep a supply on hand at all times. It would have been nice if it came with a built-in light, so you could see what you’re doing even in low-light conditions, but this is missing.
How does the WERO Smart Box Dispenser work?
To use the WERO Smart Box Dispenser, you simply open the dispenser and grab a band-aid to apply it to a wound. The WERO Smart Box Dispenser is easy to operate and can help you apply a band-aid quickly and efficiently.
Why should you use the WERO Smart Box Dispenser?
The idea of a plaster dispenser is that you always know where to get a band-aid quickly and don’t need to go looking for a box in the cupboard first. WERO created a video comparison as well so you can see for yourself how fast you’ll be to apply the band-aid in comparison to a regular cabinet and you’ll find the video further below. Other than that, the Smart Box has no features to it that would justify the “smart” in the product name. It’s surely a nice design, but when I first heard about it, I expected a little more if you call your product a “smart” whatever.
Further, I don’t think someone would die if they take a few more seconds before they can apply a band-aid. This isn’t truly a kit for medical emergencies. A band-aid is more of a helper and if these seconds would matter, you’d best call an ambulance instead. I think the product isn’t bad at all, and it’s not pricey either, with about 13 bucks for an empty unit, but it’s just a flashy cabinet really. Maybe it makes sense in industrial locations where people regularly need a small band-aid but I’m not sure if you’d need that for your home. I think there are some smart pill dispensers out there that make more sense.
YouTube: Comparison with regular medicine cabinet (promotional video clip)
Photo credit: The feature image is symbolic and has been done by Dragon Images. The product photo was provided for press by Red Dot.