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  • DinnerTime makes kids put down their phones
  • DinnerTime makes kids put down their phones
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DinnerTime makes kids put down their phones

A game of Candy Crush that needs completing, a friend request that needs accepting or a Whatsapp message that requires an instant reply. Smartphones are a constant distraction for kids. DinnerTime forces children to put down their phones and eat with the rest of the family.

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