Sleeping in a new place can be difficult enough (whether we like to admit it or not, we are creatures of habit), but worrying about your personal safety adds extra stress that can prevent you from getting the good night’s sleep your body craves. For those times when the chain and deadbolt on your hotel room door just aren’t enough for your peace of mind, try a travel-sized door alarm to ease your fears.
The Travel Door Alarm by Lewis N. Clark helps take the worry out of the equation so you can focus on relaxing in an unfamiliar location.
This handy gadget hangs from the handle of your door with a sensor that fits in between door and frame. A loud alarm sounds if the sensor is disrupted, scaring off any intruders and alerting you to someone entering the room.
The alarm works equally well on windows for added security and comes with a built-in LED flashlight. The device is small and lightweight at only 1.5 ounces, making it convenient to bring along on any trip despite limited suitcase space.
The Door Alarm is available online for $11.99, plus shipping and handling, directly from Lewis N. Clark and is also available through Amazon.
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