An Analog Solution To A Digital Problem

An Analog Solution To A Digital Problem

The Saent Box

On average people check their phones 344 times per day—a constant source of distraction; they wreak havoc on our brains, short-circuiting our ability to focus on work, relationships, and even our kids. The Saent Box is the simplest of solutions for an incredibly complex problem.

The Saent Box

On average people check their phones 344 times per day—a constant source of distraction; they wreak havoc on our brains, short-circuiting our ability to focus on work, relationships, and even our kids. The Saent Box is the simplest of solutions for an incredibly complex problem.

Place your phone in the box, and get back to what’s important. The box uses NFC (Near Field Communication) to activate your phone’s Aeroplane mode—blocking incoming calls and notifications. No more phubbing and mindless scrolling when you’re supposed to be working.

Place your phone in the box, and get back to what’s important. The box uses NFC (Near Field Communication) to activate your phone’s Aeroplane mode—blocking incoming calls and notifications. No more phubbing and mindless scrolling when you’re supposed to be working.

The Saent Box challenges the traditional globalised manufacturing model by using in-market materials and production. Domestic woods are sourced and milled by a local partner. This approach eliminates all international shipping associated with the product. (International shipping is responsible for 18% of some air pollutants.) The simple design enables us to use local materials and processes while giving each product its own regional provenance—distributing local production revenue back into the community.

The Saent Box challenges the traditional globalised manufacturing model by using in-market materials and production. Domestic woods are sourced and milled by a local partner. This approach eliminates all international shipping associated with the product. (International shipping is responsible for 18% of some air pollutants.) The simple design enables us to use local materials and processes while giving each product its own regional provenance—distributing local production revenue back into the community.