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Kitchen Safe - Self Locking Container

The Kitchen Safe on Shark Tank

Self Locking Container - Episode 612 - November 21, 2014

Self-Locking Safe for the Kitchen
The Kitchen Safe
Self-Locking Container
 Most people buy a locking safe to keep valuables in and other people out. The Kitchen Safe is designed to hold other things you value, but to also keep you out. Why would anyone buy a safe, so they purposely don't have immediate access to the things they treasure? In a single word, its called "will-power" that will make you stick to a commitment once the Kitchen Safe has been securely locked.

The two inventors of The Kitchen Safe is Nick Tseng and David Krippendorf, who will be appearing on the Shark Tank in Episode 612 this Friday night. This little Kitchen Safe guarantees once the locks activated from one minute up to ten days, you're not getting access to the contents no matter how bad you want it opened. If you're trying to quit smoking for instance, you simply place your smokes in the Kitchen Safe and set the timer depending on how much will-power you have in between puffs. 
Self-Locking Kitchen Safe
The Kitchen Safe
Self-Locking Container

The Kitchen Safe is 6.25" Width x 6.25" Length x 7.5" Height and made with BPA-free food-grade plastics. You can lock away just about anything you can imagine including snacks, cookies, the remote control, cell phones, toys and yes, even money and credit cards.

Like several other Successful Shark Tank Products, the Kitchen Safe first took the crowd funding route to prove the concept and raise the initial capital on Kickstarter. The campaign successfully ended June 20, 2013 with over $42,000.00 from the original $30,000.00 goal. Over 700 backers seen the potential with this "will-power" building device, and now thanks to them, over 7 million people will learn about The Kitchen Safe on the next Shark Tank Show.

Kitchen Safe before Shark Tank Update

By all accounts, the Kitchen Safe is becoming wildly popular in a very short amount of time. Who knew there's that many people in the world interested in a safe designed to keep everyone one out, especially the owner. The Kitchen Safe reviews on Amazon has this product rated 5 Stars,the best any product can achieve. Many claim this cookie jar looking safe paid for itself many times over while keeping them away from products they have little self-control over. It's amazing what some folks are using their Kitchen Safe to control some bad habits and the success they're achieving.

Personally I like the idea using this little lock-safe as a discipline tool for kids. Just the fear their cellphone or game control paddle might get put into a timed safe is enough for them to ALWAYS see it your way. That was always my biggest discipline when needed because I knew that meant the most to them. But sob if they'd eventually talk me into giving it back, so a lot of good that did. If we had a Kitchen Safe, the conversation would've been over no matter how hard they tried to change my mind.

Watch The Kitchen Safe appearing on the Shark Tank this Friday night in Episode 612 and see if David Krippendorf and Nick Tseng (No relation to Michael Tseng from the Plate Topper) can get a deal on the Show.

The Kitchen Safe Site
FaceBook Over 18k "Likes" before Shark Tank appearance.
+The Kitchen Safe


  1. Anonymous12:34 AM

    Without commenting on the product which I have not tried, I'd just like to point out that only 10 of the 38 people who gave it 5 stars are "Amazon verified purchase"

  2. Anonymous9:06 AM

    What if the kids throw your car or house keys in there? Oops!