kSafe is a smart cookie jar that will only open if you’ve been good

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kSafe is part of a research proven system that turns temptation into motivation.

As the saying goes, “Good things come to those who wait.” However, that is often times easier said than done, especially when it comes to resisting the urge to indulge in late night treats or satisfy your sweet tooth after coming home from work. That’s why one San Diego-based startup has developed a solution to help prevent you from giving in to temptation. Much like the way a dog handler trains puppies, the kSafe locks up what you want until you’ve reached your goals.

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If the idea sounds a bit familiar, that’s because kSafe is the brainchild of Kitchen Safe inventors Ryan Sang and David Krippendorf, who first appeared on ABC’s hit series Shark Tank. In essence, kSafe allows you to lock up something you desire, whether that’s a chocolate bar, beer or even the TV remote. The only way to gain access to it is by achieving an activity…

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