Limiting Children’s Game Time and Video Watching with GameDr Timer

Being parents had never been harder. More so in today’s world of digital technology where kids nowadays spend so much time playing games on Sony Playstations, Nintendo Wii, Microsoft Xbox and watching videos on their latest HDTV. Thanks to GameDr Video Game Timer, parents can now limit their kids’ screen

The GameDr Video Game Timer is a user friendly electronic time management device for video game systems and other electronic devices. What parents need to do is simply set the time allowed for video game play, say 30 minutes (Tip: Parents can setup a score chart whereby points will be given to kids for accomplishing certain task, or for behaving good. These points can then be “redeemed” for game time e.g. 1 points = 2 minutes of game time etc).

Once the allotted time is up, the GameDr timer will automatically powers off the game system. Parents need not worry about malfunctioning their Playstation or Wii equipment from the sudden power cut, as ample warnings will be given (10-minute and 1-minute warnings) prior to shutting off, so games can be properly saved too.

  • Compatible with any plug-in video game system or electronic device including televisions, computers and DVD players
  • Power cord of game system plugs, and securely locks, into the timer
  • Set a block of time to limit how much the game system can be used
  • Time limit can be programmed to repeat every 24 hours
  • Lock tabs fit over console power plug to prevent disengaging the timer device
  • 4-digit pass code prevents unauthorized timer changes
  • On/Off buttons allow player to start and stop their allotted time block
  • Rechargeable battery backup in case of a power outage or unplugging of device
  • Warnings are given when time limit is approaching: 10 minutes, 1 minute, and as time is reached
  • Manufacturer’s one year limited warranty

GameDr Video Game Timer is available online at Digital Innovations for $29.99 – a small price to pay for complete parental controls.

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