Facts about the CapturedDiscipline® Time-Lock Safe:
“Your ability to create CapturedDiscipline® lock-time will exceed your expectations.”
CapturedDiscipline.com has successfully been in business at this same website for 10 years and 3 months. The first CapturedDiscipline(r) safe was sold here on April 8, 2008.
A+ Better Business Bureau rating: We have established and maintained an A+ Better Business Bureau rating. Not an easy thing to do.
Double steel wall construction: CapturedDiscipline® safes are made of double steel wall construction (not plastic), with a layer of insulation between the two steel walls.
Easily lock away ANYTHING (no matter how big, keep reading) from yourself: Irretrievably and irreversibly lock away from yourself the “tools” of your unhealthy habits (from 1 minute to 999 days).
Time-lock up to 99 minutes of lock-time, time-lock up to 99 hours of lock-time, time-lock up to 999 days of lock-time … or any combination of the three.
Too big to fit it into your safe. No problem. Think “padlockable” inexpensive tool boxes (at Home Depot, many sizes to choose from), padlockable storage containers, padlockable chests, padlockable storage space, padlockable pantry, padlockable closet, padlockable room, padlockable basement area, etc. Then, simply place the padlock key(s) inside your CapturedDiscipline® safe, set the lock-time you need … and enjoy the wave of relief and confidence that will follow. Really!
Just a few of the items you can lock away from yourself: fattening foods, cigarettes, alcohol, pills, credit & debit cards, cell phones, televisions, computers, the Internet, electronic games, cash, checkbook, running shoes (if you’re running too much), golf clubs (if you’re playing too much), etc.
Yes, cell phone charging cords and normal power cords (think televisions, computers … ) can, with the cover of the safe in the up position, can be laid over the top of the right and/or left sides of the safe; the cover then closes comfortably over one or more power cords; and the power cords can not be pulled out of the safe during the countdown of a lock-time.
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There are two versions of the CapturedDiscipline® safe. The only difference between the “Standard” safe and the “Piggy Bank” safe is that the Piggy Bank safe has a narrow “Deposit Slot” hand-cut into the right side of the safe. While the safe is locked and counting down the lock-time, the user can still lock up, until the end of the set lock-time: credit cards, debit cards, coins, paper currency ($1 bills, $5 bills, $10 bills, …), etc. Excellent for adults to control an overspending habit; and a genuinely fun and effective way to teach children how to save money.
Want to bolt your CapturedDiscipline® safe to the floor? No problem. The four(4) “feet” on the bottom of the CapturedDiscipline® safe are designed so that the user can easily drill through them and then bolt his or her CapturedDiscipline® safe to the floor of a closet, etc.
10 ways to get rid of (“place”) the key that comes with your safe: We enclose a letter with your CapturedDiscipline® safe that lists 10 specificic suggestions regarding how to “place” the key (that comes with your safe) … so that during times of temptation you will absolutely not be able to get your hands on the key. You can read our “Key Placement” letter now by clicking on “Key Placement” in the Navigation Bar at the top of this page.
International shipments are a significant part of our business: We have shipped CapturedDiscipline® safes to satisfied customers in 46 countries: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Columbia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Luxembourg, Macau (China), Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States.
The CapturedDiscipline® time-lock safe is a solid steel digital safe that limits access to items that are unhealthy for you, and may even become fatal. The safe works with the instinctive, intuitive and repeatable ability of an individual to voluntarily and irretrievably lock-up anything, for any period of time he or she chooses … from 1 minute to 999 days Set the timer-lock for just minutes, or just hours, or just days … or any combination of the three.
The CapturedDiscipline® Time-Lock Safe Will Help You:
- Quit smoking
- Lose weight and keep the weight off
- Moderate or quit drinking
- Quit drinking, especially during pregnancy
- Stop abuse of pills: prescription and non-prescription drugs
- End an “addiction” to television
- End an “addiction” to the Internet
- Reduce or quit gambling
- Stop abuse of credit cards – spend less money
- Save more money
- Etc., etc.
Thanks in large part to my CapturedDiscipline® safes; at the age of 75, I will be able to "run" and finish the A1A Ft. Lauderdale Marathon (26.2 miles) this coming Sunday, February 18th. Before beginning to train for this event, my CapturedDiscipline® safes enabled me...
Sunday, 12/17/17: Could only "run" 13.1 miles Sunday morning, in order to join the packing of CapturedDiscipline® safe orders. A perfect day to "run" a half-marathon. Weight down to 162.8 ... just 2.9 lbs. from big goal 159.9. Ran for 3 hours, 31 minutes and 29...
Two Sundays ago, October 15th, "ran" a half-marathon (13.1 miles) in 3:35:45. This past Sunday, October 22nd, ran a half-marathon in 3:33:24 ... 2 minutes and 21 seconds faster 🙂 Pace per mile dropped from 16:29 to 16:17 🙂 I am really into improving my...
Yesterday's "run" (Sunday, 10/15/2017) was a true confidence builder. "Ran" 14 miles and felt strong the entire way. It was "less hot" here in South Florida; 76 at the start, 86 at the finish (instead of 80 to 90). The "less hot" temperatures showed in all the mile...
Training, exercising, dieting, for 26.2 marathon "run" on my 75th birthday. 9:25 a.m., Monday, September 25th: Lost 1.9 lbs. this past week, thanks to my CapturedDiscipline® safes. One contains Cape Cod Potato Chips, the other holds a quart of Haagen Daz coffee ice...
Using a CapturedDiscipline(r) Safe to train for a marathon "run" on Sunday, November 5th: When I started "running" at 6:55 a.m. this past Sunday morning, I wasn't sure how the days (before and during) of Hurricane Irma may have effected my body. For starters, I bought...
Training for: Sunday, November 5th, marathon distance “run” (26.2 miles): This past Saturday morning (September 3rd) the humidity in Ft. Lauderdale, with clear skies, was 98% at 7:01 a.m. !! After 4 miles, the humidity got to me. The next 6 miles were not fun. But I...
Went out for a short warmup for tomorrow's goal of 13.1 miles (at a faster pace than last weekend.) Lost 4.1 lbs. in the last week, thanks to my CapturedDiscipline® safes and to discovering a scrumtious food to add to the food I eat regularly. Fount it at Costco. I...