The Kitchen Safe | Impulse Control Assistance

Tupperware Features Timer And Lock To Curb Snacking

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The Kitchen Safe is a plastic container fitted with a timed lock to enable owners to ensure they don’t snack too often.

Sometimes, humans just can’t stop themselves, which isn’t great for those on diets or trying to kick a bad habit. We’ve already seen negative conditioning used in the Virtual Fridge Lock, which broadcasts users’ late night fridge raids on social networks, but now the Kitchen Safe is a Tupperware kit fitted with a timed lock to enable owners to ensure they don’t snack too often.

The plastic container can hold around 3.5 quarts of food – such as chocolate, biscuits, sweets and other unhealthy snacks – which can be locked away using the timer located on the lid. The easy-to-use dial is twisted until the desired duration is shown on the LCD display. Users can lock away goods from anywhere between one minute to..READ MORE.

Website: www.thekitchensafe.com
Contact: info@thekitchensafe.com

Trendspotter | Judy McRae

Source | http://www.springwise.com/

Check out the Kitchen Safe KickStarter page here to see the video and more photos.

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About C. Rae White

I'm a proud 6th generation Detroiter, a creative who loves working with my hands and a fashion fanatic with a thing for shoes, bags and jewelry. I'm a family researcher who loves discovering the details of my ancestors lives. Thanks for stopping by!
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2 Responses to The Kitchen Safe | Impulse Control Assistance

  1. Oh, no…no more nibbles here and there?-lol Lemme get my hammer.

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