Children’s TV And Video Game Manager


I know that life these days are much more comfortable compared to our parents’ and grandparents’ time, and our choice for entertainment is greatly expanded compared to non-electrical means of yore. Kids and teens alike love video games at the moment, and this is one industry that shows no signs of slowing down – yet. How do you make sure your children don’t overdose on video games and TV shows? Simple – with the Children’s TV And Video Game Manager.

This device consistently imposes limits on TV, video game, or computer usage, helping your child learn how to effectively budget time. The device to be monitored plugs into the time manager’s locking outlet. You can create accounts for up to six users, each with its own daily or weekly time allotment, PIN, and “block out” times, where the device can’t be used–for example, from 3:00 p.m. to 5 p.m., to ensure time is set aside for schoolwork. When a user’s time allotment is exhausted, the device sounds a warning so that equipment can be powered off normally. You can also temporarily override the system to add or subtract time from a user’s account, and display usage reports to gain an understanding of your family’s time management aptitude. Settings are accessed easily from the unit’s touchpad.

The Children’s TV And Video Game Manager retails for $79.95.

3 reviews or comments

cakwh Says: September 6, 2008 at 12:09 am

Thanks for the review. It’s realy help me

curtis Says: September 23, 2008 at 8:41 am

Great, great Idea!

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