TechDetox Box

(10 customer reviews)

$99.00

Screen time management, simplified.

Charge your child’s phone in a locked central location.

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Description

  • Central location to charge phones outside the bedroom
  • Fast screen time management for busy parents
  • No unauthorized use: physically separates children from phones
  • An actual metal safe, not easy to break
  • Stay ahead of tech-savvy kids with a time-tested concept
  • Make time for: sleep, homework, family, play, reading, chores
  • Help your children resist the dark psychology of addictive tech

Additional information

Weight 5.5 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 10 × 10 in
Color

White

10 reviews for TechDetox Box

  1. Philip G.

    So easy to use and understand, and looks very good! Wish there was a larger version for iPads.

  2. Ginny N.

    I love it. I need to detox myself too not just the kids 😊

  3. Sara W.

    The box is in plain sight and the kids have comfort knowing their phones are charging and nearby. So it is “easier” for the children to comply and hand the phones over. Terrific idea. Every Apple store should sell them!

  4. Yana K.

    I am sure this will help many parents but unfortunately so many parents are in denial. I know bunch of parents who dont want to address it because its too stressful for them. I am sure kids who have their phones in their bedrooms overnight are sleep deprived and thus depressed leading to suicide. Its very sad.

  5. Lily Borodkin

    Great product! Easy and effective. It’s a safe that locks. Kids know their phone is there AND it’s charging. Basic and very effective way to create a limit on their screen time. I love the fact that there are no digital sign ups or passwords to use this. It’s a mechanical as it gets and in a world filled with everything digital it’s nice to just have a key 🙂

  6. Eric H.

    The safe fits right in with some of the behavior change strategies I learned about from a book called “How to change” by Katy Milkman, and how there are many strategies people use to change behavior. That’s what I think this is: a commitment device. But the difference is – the parent chooses the commitment device, not the child. The big one in our household is how much agency the kids maintain over their own life.

  7. Robin S.

    I am going to tell about this a few mom and grandmom friends who approached this battle. Is it possible to offer the safe in fun colors? Or make stickers/magnets available to personalize the safe?

  8. Tracy H.

    Maybe I’ll get one for myself too Lol. Very simple out of sight, out of mind concept. Every once in a while I’ll leave my phone in the car and get so much done not even realizing that’s the reason ..until I remember. These phones really are addicting!

  9. Katherine I.

    Lock away the devices to preserve precious family time.

  10. Kerryn S.

    Impressive research on this issue. Identified a problem and came up with a solution.

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