AUSTIN, Texas, Nov. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Penn Elcom today introduced the DoorJammer portable personal protection device as a holiday gift that offers something different - an original and highly practical gift that brings peace-of-mind to people at home or anyone who travels. Deployable in a matter of seconds, DoorJammer is an award-winning and police accredited security device that can prevent unwanted entry to any room, anywhere, anytime.
Weighing little more than a mobile phone and measuring under 11cm tall, the original DoorJammer is easy to carry or store, quick to grab and simple to fit, providing ultimate protection against intruders at home, while traveling and in hotels, as well as protecting students and others in dorm rooms or other shared accommodations.
Its patented steel design allows use on almost any in-swinging door, even without a lock or handle. Installation is quick and easy: simply insert the flat part of the DoorJammer device under the door and twist the screw clockwise by hand until the foot is firm against the floor.
Once in place, the patented design redirects any force applied externally downwards and upwards, wedging DoorJammer firmly into the ground and surrounding wall. The more the door is pushed, the stronger the resistance becomes. Removal is equally simple: when the handle is pulled upwards, DoorJammer is immediately released.
Affordable, easy to wrap and inexpensive to post, the original DoorJammer portable door security device is available to order through Amazon or direct from http://www.door-jammer.com for pre-Christmas delivery.
Deployable in a matter of seconds, DoorJammer is an award-winning and police accredited security device that can prevent unwanted entry to any room, immediately creating a safe place. DoorJammer was originally invented by designer Von Saint who then worked with the Penn Elcom Group to refine, manufacture and distribute DoorJammer all over the world.
Contact Charmaine Kimpton
Tel: +44 (0) 7414 749973
Charmaine Kimpton, DoorJammer, +44 (0) 7414 749973, firstname.lastname@example.org