A new start-up is launching a cellphone that aims to stop you spending time on it.
Pre-orders close on Friday for the 'BoringPhone', which doesn't have internet access or social media.
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The phone will look like a regular smartphone and have a custom-built operating system. It will also still be able to play music and podcasts, and will have GPS/navigation.
Co-founder of the Kiwi startup Alex Davidson says a lot of people don't understand their vision.
"Some people even get angry you've produced a phone without a browser or email on it, but there is a group of people that immediately understand it."
But there are also plenty of adults that find themselves in need of a digital detox.
"They're finding they're actually getting a bit sick of how much they're ending up looking at [their phones], Davidson said.
"They start to realise that they're actually being manipulated into continually checking applications and actually just want to kind of opt-out of that."
Mr Davidson says it's a great way to give kids a contact point without online dangers.