Braille on medication boxes is great – if you read braille. And sometimes the pharmacy puts your tablets into a generic white box with only the prescription label to identify the contents. If either of these problems cause you anxiety when you take regular medication, a talking label audio labeller may be the solution.

The gadget can be easily clipped on to the medicine box and a short message recorded, for example: “Warfarin, 5mg. Take one, once a day with food.” You can play back the message at any time with the push of a button.

The device has a low profile, ergonomic design with one large, tactile ‘play’ button. Messages can be rerecorded if someone misspeaks, or the prescription information changes (for example, a lower or higher dose is required).  

The talking label audio labeller fits all standard pill box packaging, and its metal clip will grip the packaging securely.

To record a message, a pen must be pushed through a small hole on the back of the gadget, near the microphone. This prevents the message being accidentally erased. A small red light indicates when the device is recording.

Sighted assistance is required to record a message. You may want to ask your pharmacist to record the information needed.

The talking label audio labeller can also be used to identify other household items, such as washing powder, dishwasher tablets, cereal, tea bags, pasta, pet food pouches and other products that are stored in a box.

For more details about this product, check the product instructions manual (in the User Guides tab) to help you decide if this product is suitable for you.


  • Attaches to standard medicine packages and other boxes.
  • Recording time: 20 seconds.
  • Press large, tactile button to play back message.
  • Message can be re-recorded as many times as you wish.
  • Recordings are preserved forever, even when batteries are depleted or replaced.
  • Size: 80 × 57 × 9mm.
  • Weight: 46g.

Battery information

  • Takes three LR54 (or AG10) batteries (supplied and fitted).
  • Sighted assistance required to replace batteries.
  • Battery life depends on the length of your recorded messages and the number of times you play the messages. For example, if you played a 20-second message once a day, the batteries would last approximately three months.


  • Sighted assistance required to record messages.
  • Please retain packaging until you're sure you'd like to keep the product. This product is returnable within 14 days from purchase date.
  • Not suitable for children under 36 months.

One-year manufacturer’s warranty.

This item is eligible for VAT exemption. 

Barcode: DH478

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