Use iMote for Kid-Friendly TV

Use iMote for Kid-Friendly TV

Taryn Williford
Dec 17, 2009

Techies with kids struggle with remote controls. You've got to worry about storing them where they're easily accessible like the rest of us (for changing the channel from Disney Channel to Cartoon Network), but also about keeping them out of your little rugrats' hands. With the iMote, you can just let them have their own.

Buying the iMote for your household is like giving your toddler their very own universal remote control.

A grown-up can program up to five television channels to be stored in the iMote. Then a kid can use their remote to turn the TV off and on, change the volume and access their five favorite channels—and nothing else. You'll never have to worry that your 4-year-old might stumble on "Booty & The Beast."

The whole remote is safety-tested and prepared to be gnawed. A set of more than 100 stickers of favorite kid channels lets you customize the remote buttons to your toddler's taste.

You can get the iMote here at ThikGeek for $29.99. Get your kid started early on life as a couch potato!

Via OhGizmo!

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