For those who can’t resist unnecessary snacking, the new kSafe smart jar is here to help. Developed by Kitchen Safe inventors Ryan Sang and David Krippendorf, the souped-up cookie jar will only unlock its contents once a set goal is achieved. An accompanying app allows users to set either an activity goal, location requirement or time limit—meaning that you’ll have to burn a certain amount of calories or actually show up at the gym to be rewarded. You can currently reserve a kSafe on Kickstarter for $79.
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