The World's First Container Alarms Protect Lunches from Thieves

By: Elise Ying-Hei Ho - Published: • References: creativity-online and designtaxi
Electronics brand BGH is revolutionizing the way people eat with microwaves, first with their Musical Microwaves and now, the Container Alarms.

In collaboration with Argentina ad agency Del Campo Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi and Tupperware, a new remote-controlled, anti-theft monitoring system has been developed to ensure those sneaky coworkers aren't stealing those delicious leftovers. Once unwanted hands break the seal in a gluttonous attempt to consume those delectable treats, the siren, similar to a car alarm, sounds, notifying the food's rightful owner. To ensure the sounds cannot be masked or muffled by another, the alarm can only be turned off by a special remote control. The Container Alarm is also great to monitor and control consumption at home, especially for cunning children who want to sneak a bedtime snack or those on a strict diet as well.