Reddit Reddit reviews Kitchen Safe: Time Locking Container (Blue Lid + Clear Base) - 5.5" Height - AS SEEN ON SHARK TANK

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Kitchen Safe: Time Locking Container (Blue Lid + Clear Base) - 5.5
BUILD GOOD HABITS - Creating or changing a habit requires significant willpower. Kitchen Safe is a powerful tool to build good habits. Put any temptation in the container and set the timer. The safe will remain locked until the timer reaches zero.SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN - Kitchen Safe uses methodology backed by M.I.T., Princeton, Harvard, Stanford, and Yale to turn healthy habits into a lifestyle. Their research shows that precommitment is the ultimate way to beat temptation.LOCK AWAY TEMPTATIONS - Our Medium size is the most popular, perfect to lock away temptations such as snacks, cell phones (iPhone XS, XS Max, XR & Galaxy S10, S10e, S10+) cigarettes, keys, and more. It measures at 5.5" tall with a base of 5.5" x 5.5"RAVE REVIEWS - Kitchen Safe is the original habit-building time locking container as seen on Shark Tank, USA Today, TIME magazine, The Today Show, Wall Street Journal, Business Insider, HGTV, and more. The results from our customers have been amazing
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41 Reddit comments about Kitchen Safe: Time Locking Container (Blue Lid + Clear Base) - 5.5" Height - AS SEEN ON SHARK TANK:

u/acciowhimsy · 14 pointsr/1200isplenty

These locking containers are stupid expensive; I delayed buying it for a couple of months because who really needs a locking container to not eat, just exercise your will power, right?

Well... I finally came to terms with the fact that I have no will power. I bought it and it's one of my favorite investments for my habits to date. I take out a few of what I want when I'm having my post-lunch sweet tooth and immediately lock it again for 24 hours so that I can't dig back into it minutes later (which I'm super guilty of doing).

It's not the biggest thing so you have to be picky with what you want to store in it and see how much you can fit, but ultimately, such a good purchase and highly recommend!

u/dual_dabs · 10 pointsr/Petioles

If you need to lock out completely, get a K Safe and set timers to make yourself wait.

If you want to keep yourself under control, portion out a zip in 4 Pill Organizers

Edit: Grammar Nazi

u/christophurr · 8 pointsr/cocaine

Gotta pace yourself. Get one of those timer based cookie jars. Set it for every 30 min.


u/combatcookies · 8 pointsr/gardening

They have clear containers that only open on a timer for things like people taking medication too often. Maybe we should put our succulents in there :P

u/zero00kelvin · 7 pointsr/sissyology

time lock safe

Put your key inside. Set the timer and it's not up to you anymore.

u/PeshMG · 5 pointsr/BDSMGW

Reviews look horrible, and rather expensive. You can make something that works the same for about five dollars with an old shampoo bottle, two lengths of small link chain, . And a couple padlocks.

Or if you want something more precise, try this:

u/EllaCOfficial · 5 pointsr/xxfitness

Ooooh! /u/Kytoaster!!! I found this kitchen safe on Amazon awhile ago! It's kind of pricey, but you can put in the foods you eat (like peanut butter, I get it, I will often indulge on 2-3 spoonfuls of peanut butter straight out of the jar lol) while you're sleep walking before bed, and then set the time for when you wake up. That way there is no way your sleepwalking self can get into the peanut butter because it's all based on time, there's no key involved!

u/roland00 · 5 pointsr/ADHD

> I'm afraid to talk to my neurologist about the addiction, because I don't know what her reaction would be.

I am not trying to be critical here, but think about these words if you heard them from someone's elses mouth and not yours. You can't control your behavior but you are not willing to talk about your behavior with an expert, who has your best interests at heart, for you are afraid of what would happen. You can't handle it by yourself by your own admission, but you are afraid of getting possible help. You need to get help from someone and stop trying to do this on your own. This doctor is probably one of the best people in your life to help you get help.

Please be willing to talk this over with your doctor. There are stimulant formulations that are harder to abuse (such as the vyvanse you are currently on, but there are other options such as daytrana). Furthermore there are things you can do to make sure you don't abuse your medication. Get one of these amazon link. Put your medication in there, and you can't open it until the timer goes off. If you still don't trust yourself to take 1 and only 1 when the timer goes off you can give your medication to someone else and they will keep you on a schedule.



This is simplifying the science, but Strattera and the Stimulants work differently. Strattera blocks the NET transporter, NET is called the Norepinephrine Reuptake Transporter but it does not just reuptake Norepinephrine but also other neurotransmitters such as Dopamine. In some parts of the brain Dopamine is reuptaked by the DAT transporter, the Dopamine Reuptake Transporter, and in other parts of the brain NET is used to reuptake dopamine.

Look at this picture from wikipedia This is a picture of the 2 places Dopamine Start and the 4 places Dopamine ends up at.

Stimulants increase the dopamine level in all 4 places. The nucleus accumbens is your reward center, and the striatum is the place where you have the highest cluster of dopamine receptors and reuptake transporters.


Strattera increases norepinephrine in a lot of places, but it only increases dopamine in the frontal lobe. Why does it only increase dopamine in the frontal lobe? Because in this part of the brain you use the NET transporter to reuptake dopamine. This dopamine pathway in the frontal lobe is called the mesocortical pathway.

Thus switching to strattera will allow you to get the benefits of ADHD treatment with the frontal lobe while allowing the other parts of your brain to decrease with dopamine tolerance.

Yes you can keep yourself on the wellbutrin combine with strattera if you need to. Yes you can mix strattera with stimulants but your doctor will be careful about doing this for the more meds you mix the more interactions you will have. Your neurologist though will know all this.


Another option your neurologist may want to do is try other ADHD drugs such as Intuniv or the Wakeful Agents. Intuniv works completely different than Strattera and the Stimulants. It will help your ADHD and it can be combine with other medicines.

The Wakeful Agents such as Modafinil do have addictive potential. We do not know enough to say it is more or less addictive than the stimulants, but most likely it is less addictive. The wakeful agents may be another ADHD treatment you want to pursue.

Good Luck but please talk to your doctor.

u/submarine4pirate · 5 pointsr/bdsm

This box would work:

Put the key in and set the timer. She won't be able to get the key until the timer runs out.
In an emergency you can still smash the container, but then you'll need to buy a new one.

u/gracesway · 4 pointsr/adderall

Get a programmable container that only opens once a day. Like this:

You’ve got this!

u/valjean913 · 3 pointsr/asktrp

OP I'm going to give you the best advice I can because I struggled with video games & other time sinks for years.

First, it takes 20 seconds to change a habit. Want to play less video games? Make it 20 seconds harder to get to them. Put your XBOX controller down in the basement (and put the box of cookies with it). Want to workout more? Make it 20 seconds easier & lay your workout clothes out next to your bed.

I had a problem with screwing around on cell phone games too long to. I bought one of these things and dropped the fucker in there for 4 hours. It's like having a whole extra day of productivity.

u/ElGuapoPinata · 3 pointsr/researchchemicals

I know this is a bit late, but here you go:

Fuckin' brilliant invention.

u/spike9012 · 3 pointsr/chastity

I use one of these

It lets you lock it for anywhere between 1 minute and 10 days.

u/ReluctantlyHipster · 2 pointsr/BDSMcommunity

From some experience, realtor's lock boxes work well but are a pain to put keys into/take keys out. You can find a bunch of time-lock safes which are nice and easy but they take away a fun aspect of the keyholder having direct control over the key. The perfect option seems to be the ChronoVault but that is very expensive so I haven't tried it.

About some of the other devices. When I am in chastity I like to be completely trapped. Even if I tried my best, I don't want to be able to get out. The above 3 items work well and are relatively foolproof unless you know how to pick locks. I don't like the plastic locks because they are pretty easy to remove and re-do.

I hope this helped.. Good luck!

u/wang-bang · 2 pointsr/Dryfasting

Good, go for it

What I do is that I have a unique keyed lock on my kitchen and a kitchensafe time lock:

I put my payment cards in there and the keys to the kitchen as well. I set the timer to 24 hours + whatever is needed to get to 6 a.m. which is the hour I usually wake up for.

When the timer lock unlocks I also weigh myself for that day and pick out my clothes. If I hit my BF% or if I am satisfied with the amount of time that I spent fasting then I take the key and cards out.

If I want to continue I simply set the timer to ca 24h again. ¨

Its pretty good because I reinforce the commitment every day but I have only tested it for under a week now.

I am going to commit to a goal based dry fast right now and I am planning on using that organization to motivate myself through it.

I'd prefer to have a safe that simply opens between 6:00 am and 6:10 am but I havent found that yet.

The early time is important because all of the stores around here are closed at that hour. If I want to eat then I have to eat the veggies and meat that I have available in the kitchen. Its less of a temptation to pop off to the corner store for a cheat meal.

u/No_Trouble_No_Fuss · 2 pointsr/Discipline
u/billandmelinda · 2 pointsr/Bitcoin

I've literally locked my hw wallet in a kitchen safe. It has 2.5 btc on it. Releases in 8 days.

u/Arjunthedon · 2 pointsr/NoFap

OMFG... Same! I managed to reach 30 days streak with this plan I came up with:

I bought this timer lock - Kitchen Safe: Time Locking Container (Blue Lid + Clear Base) - 5.5" Height

You can lock anything from a minute upto 10 days. I always find the first week of NoFap really hard. After two weeks, it starts to feel normal. So, I locked my phone for ten days. Took the sim out from my smart phone and put it in the brick phone.

I used my WhatsApp through WhatsApp web on my laptop. And I had no way to browse porn. Helped me reach day 30. I broke it as soon as I started to use my smart phone normally like I used to.

PS: I have this rule where I don't watch porn on my laptop because I use it for studies. So, yh...

u/drumsdrumsdrumsyea · 2 pointsr/eldertrees

Though I haven't smoked for as long as you or as much. I understand your spot. I enjoy smoking but sometimes I feel it can cloud my mind and it's important to draw lines. One thing that's helped me is a Kitchen Lockbox. It can lock up to 10 days. Now no need to go all out with 10 days right off the bat, just do a day or two. Build up to it.

Fair warning: You need to put EVERYTHING you have in there. If it's smokable or you can smoke from it, put it in there. If you need any advice or encouraging words, feel free to PM me :)

u/ilovescones · 2 pointsr/loseit

I bought one of these lockable kitchen safes - I buy a few small treats (all under 100 calories - milky bars, small kinder bars, cereal bars) put them in there and set it to look for 24 hours (or however long until about 8:30 am). After breakfast, so I'm not hungry, I wait for it to unlock, quickly grab one thing and relock it. Then I only need willpower for about 20 seconds instead of resisting them all day. I literally cannot get to my snacks so if I want something to eat I have to cook it and I'm lazy so I don't! I try and save my treat until 2pm, but if I eat it earlier it doesn't matter because I literally can't get another one.

Normally I would eat a multipack of my treats in one go, this has really helped me. But it is quite expensive and might not work for everyone.

u/whyenn · 2 pointsr/getdisciplined

Easy there. I'm not accusing you, I'm informing you. All right? No one's attacking you, and I wouldn't have brought it up if you hadn't made the claim- I figured you'd want to know.

Any Amazon link that has "ref=" after the product code of "/dp/XXXXXXXXXX" is a referral link. You linked to which means it's a referral link.

Now try clicking on the same link w/o anything following the /ref/ chain: ...same product, no referral link.

u/bflaminio · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

My daughter uses one of these:

It's a locking box with a timer on it. Until the timer runs out, you can't get in. She turns her phone off, drops it in the box, and sets the timer for the amount of time she needs to study.

u/beercruiser · 2 pointsr/DIY_eJuice

Great post.

Thought I would post this again as while I think it would be hilarious for someone to steep juice in, I also think it would actually work very well unless you get very desperate and destroy the thing.

u/doobiesnackz · 1 pointr/researchchemicals

Mine is white lid/white base so you can't see what's in it. Don't need my friends seeing my stash in plain sight. Got it on craigslist used for $20.

u/mdyguy · 1 pointr/opiates

How about a timed locked container? I think these are called Kitchen Safe

u/WarDuck- · 1 pointr/fasting

Kitchen Safe: Time Locking Container (Blue Lid + Clear Base) - 5.5" Height

This thing works

u/ImHerefortheArticles · 1 pointr/QuittingTianeptine

Went right back on it with work and class lol. Fortunately (kinda) I was forced to rapid taper after less than a week by running out. I have some f-phenibut coming in but that should hopefully be easier to manage. Getting low on tia as well. Wait, I can save money AND my brain by letting it run out! 🤔

I know this looks like stupid sharper image shit but it's reeeally helpful for forcing a taper or just using responsibly. Just lay out some mon-fri doses and toss the rest in there.

u/Its_Kim_Love · 1 pointr/chastity

If you don't think you can trust yourself, maybe consider a Kitchen safe?

u/Dave_here · 1 pointr/leaves
u/pumpkinwalnut · 1 pointr/dating_advice

If you're only 22, you should eventually just lose the weight. I know easier said than done. I myself lost 8 lbs from Jan 4th to now using an app (called noom, but I'd not advocating them, it's just what I used). What helped me was finding 'healthier' replacements for things I couldn't resist.

Like, over the span of 4 month I went from having Chipotle burritos, to the burrito bowls, to bowls with brown rice, bowls with half portion of rice, bowls with no rice, and now I get the salad bowls. I used to Always crave pizza, now when I crave pizza I put mozzarella cheese, pepperoni, garlic powder, and Italian seasoning on a whole wheat double fiber English muffin, microwave it for 10 seconds and it tastes Exactly like pizza!!! On days where I'm really craving it, I'll have it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I also always used to get Cinnabon cravings (880cals per roll), so I started having Cinnabon's cinnamon swirl bread with cream cheese frosting instead (150 cals for 1 slice and 1.5 tbsp of frosting).

I went from drinking soda to drinking diet soda and now I don't drink soda at all. I also highly recommend getting this box from Amazon (snack box with a timer lid so you can control portion control). It's expensive but has helped me SO much!! If you start now you'll probably lose the weight within 2 years. You'll be 24, still young with plenty of time to date and play! Two years will pass anyway so you might as well start... also, walking is underrated exercise. I lost those 8 lbs walking 3-4 miles 2-3 times a week.

Good luck with your date and whatever you decide. At least you're still young :)

u/4-FO-ShO · 1 pointr/researchchemicals

They make a $200 hefty steel safe version of this concept -- with straight dead bolts -- but I've considered this cheap child's kitchen-esque version for moorish things like a-PVP and U47700 -- but I know for a fact i'd find myself breaking the plastic over the floor

Plastic Kitchen Version:
Steel Addict Edition feat. Dead Bolts:

u/kaschilexif · 1 pointr/chastity

Kitchen Safe: Verschließbarer Behälter mit Zeitschaltuhr (Blue Lid + Clear Base) - 5.5" Height

I use this one. It's really great, buuut the longest time you can choose is 10 days and it's not really cheap.

I hope I was able to help. Anyway, you're doin really good. Keep going and keep us updated, you got this ;)

u/throwaway98765ab · 1 pointr/starterpacks

This changed my life when it came to vices

Anyone struggling who doesn't want to outright quit, use this to take away from having to use your willpower. One of the things on all of those "10 things successful people do" type lists is to eliminate having to use your willpower.

I'm fixing to start putting my controller/mouse in there until well after work so I don't just immediately come home and veg.

u/jamesbrownscrackpipe · 1 pointr/kratom

You can buy them on Amazon. For me, my stash is too big to fit in the container, but our house has a closet with it's own key/ deadbolt (prior owner had a lot of guns). So I put my stash in the closet, lock the door, then put the key in the container.

u/occasionalcuckold · 1 pointr/chastity

I love this. Can set up to a week. Costs just enough that breaking it unless absolute emergency is deterrence :).