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An accurate pill cutter or pill splitter has become a necessity for many people who use high-priced prescription drugs to maintain health and want to reduce their monthly expenditure on medicine. Cutting or splitting pills is particularly appropriate for Lipitor, Viagra, Crestor, Diovan and many other prescription drugs that have a flat pricing structure.
Lipitor is the largest selling prescription drug in the World at around $13 Billion in annual sales. Many Lipitor users and many physicians are not aware that the cost to the individual is around $1,300 per year regardless of whether they need the 80 mg tablet, the 40 mg tablet, the 20 mg tablet or the 10 mg tablet. (The 10 mg tablet is slightly cheaper.) The Swiss Pill Cutter for Lipitor accurately and consistently cuts the 80mg, 40mg and 20mg tablet in half or in quarters.
Using www.drugstore.com prices:
Splitting the 80 mg Lipitor tablet into quarters will save $1,001 per year.
Splitting the 80 mg Lipitor tablet in half will save $668 per year.
Splitting the 40 mg Lipitor tablet in half will save $655 per year.
Splitting the 20 mg Lipitor tablet in half will save $328 per year.
Viagra has a similar price structure. Viagra costs about $15 per tablet regardless of whether it is 25 mg, 50 mg or 100 mg. Very few users require the 100 mg dosage, so it pays for the vast majority of users to cut the tablet in half or in quarters using an accurate pill splitter. The savings are between $7.50 and $11.25 per tablet. If you use Viagra once a week, you can save $390 per year for the 50 mg dosage, or $585 per year for the 25 mg dosage.
Viagra is particularly interesting for several reasons:
It is difficult to find discounted Viagra. Even the Canadian pharmacies which offer big discounts on other prescription drugs do not seem to discount Viagra.
Viagra is very difficult to cut accurately with most pill splitters or razor blades due to the hard coating and irregular shape.
It is not covered by most health insurance programs, so users usually pay full price.