Having trouble balancing kids’ screen time? The Yeet Vault is a positive reinforcement tool that rewards kids with screen time when they finish homework and chores and exhibit good behavior. A game console, streaming media device, or WiFi router is triple locked inside the Yeet Vault which controls power to the device inside. Yeet CoinZ are the rewards parents give kids when they exhibit good behavior. The physical and virtual CoinZ enable power to the device inside the Yeet Vault in increments of 15, 30, and 60 minutes. With exciting original artwork and never depicting violence or weapons, Yeet CoinZ encourage proactive positive behavior.
In this age of online gaming, streaming media and always on Internet access, parents understand the benefits of managing screen time for their children. With so much time online, kids have less time for schoolwork, household chores, interaction with family and friends, and physical or outdoor activities. The American Association of Pediatrics suggests that families should have a Family Media Plan. “Media should work for you and work within your family values and parenting style. When media is used thoughtfully and appropriately, media can enhance daily life. But when used inappropriately or without thought, media can displace many important activities such as face-to-face interaction, family-time, outdoor-play, exercise, unplugged downtime and sleep.”
Through the Yeet Vault app, parents can set allowable time frames and the maximum time per day, learn how much their kids have played, and have full remote control over the device. The app provides monitoring, usage statistics, analytics, and data as well as user, power on, power off, and tamper alerts. The easy-to-use parental app allows parents to control the device from any Internet connection.
No more begging kids to get off their electronics. Yeet Vault does all the heavy lifting. No more “just 10 more minutes” and pleading with kids to get off their electronics. It simply powers off their device. Visual and audible warnings, let users know their time is coming to an end.
Everyone wins with the Yeet Vault. Kids learn good media habits, responsibility, and the rewards that come with good work ethic – a foundation for a well-balanced life. Parents feel better about their kid’s media habits, chores, homework, and that their kids can be happier, healthier, and self-sufficient.
“At Yeet Vault, we’ve developed a way for children to self-manage their media habits, get chores and homework done, then enjoy their screen time on any device that fits into the Yeet Vault. Simple – power on, power off,” says Stella Kim, Founder and CEO.
The Yeet Vault can accommodate large devices, so game consoles like PS4 Pro, PS4 Slim, PS2, PS3, Sega Genesis, Sega Saturn, Super Nintendo ES, Wii, Wii U, XBox, XBox 360, XBox One, XBox One S, and XBox One X work with it. On the other hand streaming media devices, such as Roku, Apple TV, FireStick, and Chromecast also work with Yeet Vault. As for vertical game consoles like the Xbox Series X, the Yeet Vault V will definitely get the job done.
For parents wanting to limit their children’s television, iPad, and computer screen time, they can simply lock their WiFi routers or Ethernet switches inside the Yeet Vault to control the Internet access of these devices. The Yeet Vault will be available for U.S. and international pre-order later this fall.
For more information on Yeet Vault and how to get on its pre-order waitlist, visit http://yeetvault.com/.
About Yeet Vault
Yeet Vault is a coin operated, parental control device that helps kids develop better gaming and streaming media habits through limited screen time and technology use.