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This is a little project which I dragged along for way too long, but I finally finished it on June 7th. I'm only late with blogging it.
I'm highly lactose intolerant since about 9 months and I can't even enjoy the slightest bits of dairy products without taking a lactate pill (or taking lactose-free products you don't get at most places like restaurants). Unfortunately I never have them with me when I need them, so I wanted to add a pillbox to my holster I'm wearing every day.
Materials: velcrow, double-sided tape, rivets and a metal chewing-gum box. The rest is quite straight forward, so you can just figure it from the pictures.
For putting the velcrow in place in the bag I used a very advanced trick based on exchanging tenders made from paper against a service, i.e. I paid a tailor for doing it. Just 5€, that's better than destroying my fingers while trying it myself.
And now I always have my lactate pills with me and can enjoy every meal