DoorJammerDo you not feel safe in your hotel/motel room? Then check this out. The DoorJammer is a unique, new and innovative portable door security device for anyone looking for privacy or just a little more peace of mind. It’s portable and discreet—yet highly effective—and can be fitted to most doors in seconds to ‘jam’ the door shut and make the occupant(s) feel totally secure and private.

The DoorJammer is an especially great option for solo female travelers and seniors taking extra caution to prevent unwanted intrusions into their rooms. Right now, you can get one on the website for $29.99.

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2 Comments On "Travel Product of the Week: DoorJammer"
  1. Chanel @ La Viajera Morena|

    Hmm, as a female solo traveler, that sounds really interesting, but I wonder if it really works.

  2. just comment|

    I would not use it what if some emergency happens like fire or health issue and some one do need to break in to save you ?

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