Description: A potion injector is a device that straps around the upper arm of the wearer. A cable connects it to a control box worn on the wrist. Vials of potions can be mounted on clamps around its exterior, their stoppers replaced with corks and tubes running into the device.
Operation: When the wearer presses a stud on the control box (a DC 10 Use Technological Device check), the potion in the indicated slot is immediately injected into the wearer. In all but a few rare cases, this injection has the same effect as swallowing the potion, and its effects take place normally. If the wearer of a potion injector is unconscious, using the device to administer a potion is a standard action (as opposed to the normal full-round action required to force a potion down another's throat).
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