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The Wedge Alarm provides a quick way to make yourself feel more secure either at home or on the road. Don’t have a bathroom lock?  Place the wedge behind the door and warn anyone trying to enter that the john is occupied.  Worried about the maids walking in on you even when the “Do Not Disturb” sign is out?  Make them rethink that decision.

The Wedge Alarm emits a piercing 110dB alarm for five seconds when it’s tripped.  The hook-and-loop adhesive pad keeps the wedge in place on carpets, hard floors, windows, or wherever you decide to place it. It’s powered by an included 12V battery.

Pricing for the Wedge Alarm ranges widely, from $4 to $16.

The Wedge Alarm [Reliance Controls]
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5 Responses to Take Your Burglar Alarm On The Road

  1. Zathrus says:

    Don’t have a bathroom lock? Place the wedge behind the door and warn anyone trying to enter that the john is occupied.

    And then grab some tissue to staunch the bleeding from your ears, after the 110 dB siren in a small room bursts your eardrums…


  2. I’m totally responsible for the examples not the company — I just want to make that clear.


    You’re right, 110dB is pretty loud, especially when it’s in a small room. Maybe that wasn’t the best example use.

  3. Mr. Briggs says:

    Yeah, it’s just too bad that 110dB is the description given on the other page too.

    Perhaps you should make the bathroom more absorbent to sound… then the effect would be less noticeable. It’s too bad that most of them are ceramics and the like, which reflect sound very well and make bleeding eardrums the least of your worries.

  4. ran says:

    I have one of those and it works great.

  5. Elk M1 says:

    You never know – this may give you a few critical seconds to get your wits about you when traveling on business… I’ve stayed at some pretty shady places where I had to prop a chair against the door to feel comfortable sleeping…

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