(as of Mar 18,2023 10:07:08 UTC – Details)
Kitchen Safe Time Locking Container, Cell Phone Jail, Medication Lock Box, Break Bad Habits, Quit Smoking, Stop Snacking, Gaming Addiction, Family Time (Medium, Blue Lid + 5.5” Clear Base)
BUILD BETTER HABITS: Creating genuine changes in our habits requires willpower, and oftentimes we don’t have the internal motivation. That is okay, we know it’s tough to break bad habits. Once it’s set, the kSafe locking timed container will not reopen until the timer hits zero. The timed safe can be set up to 10 days and is your external motivation to cut back on your addictions and build habits to live a happier life.
COMBAT ADDICTION: Over 21 million Americans deal with at least one addiction, and the average person spends upwards of 5 hours a day on their phone. Whether it’s your phone, cigarettes, pills, or other illicit substance, the kSafe timed locking feature helps you overcome bad habits by helping you develop the willpower to fight temptation.
PERFECT SIZE FOR YOUR PHONE AND JUNK FOOD: Fit your cell phone (iPhone XS, XS Max, XR & Galaxy S10, S10e, S10+), junk food, cigarettes, keys, credit cards, pills, and any other substance you are looking to break the habits with. Reduce your unhealthy food intake and cut back on salty treats. The kSafe Medium container comes in a variety of colors to blend in or stand out to showcase the steps you’re taking to beat temptation.
BE YOUR OWN INTERVENTION: Phone addiction is on the rise within the last 10 years, and Americans have been battling other substance addictions for much longer. Right now, the average person checks their phone 262 times a day. We all could use a helping hand. The kSafe electric container is a simple, concealed way to get a little help fighting addictions many other people also face.
SCIENTIFICALLY BACKED RESULTS: The kSafe container is a precommitment device, so you can make smart decisions before the temptation strikes. Studies from Princeton, Harvard, Stanford, and Yale show that precommitment devices are the best way to fight temptation by combating decision fatigue and conserving willpower.