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Kitchen Safe Time Lock Container: Grub Lockdown

by Lambert Varias
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We buy safes to keep our valuables out of other people’s hands. But what if we want to keep something out of our hands? Unless you’re really strong, a safe would be overkill. David Krippendorf and Ryan Tseng have an alternative – the Kitchen Safe, a container with a lid that can be set to unlock only after a certain amount of time.

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To set a time, just rotate the dial on the lid until you see your desired duration on the display below the dial. When you press the dial, the lid will lock and the display will begin counting down. You can lock the lid for up to 10 days if you want. If you can last that long without that thing that you love so much, you probably don’t need to buy a timed safe to keep you away from it. On the other hand, it can help you reduce your daily snacking habits.

Pledge at least $29 (USD) on Kickstarter to get a Kitchen Safe as a reward.

[via Cool Things]

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