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DoorJammer renew with Secured by Design

DoorJammer is one of the latest companies to renew their membership with Secured by Design (SBD), the official police security initiative.

DoorJammer was invented by product designer Von Saint while on holiday in Mexico, with necessity becoming the mother of invention as he discovered his hotel room's broken door, and was then forced to hold it closed the only way he could - by wedging a chair against it.

Von Saint Designs then began working with the Penn Elcom Group to refine, manufacture and distribute DoorJammer and DoorJammer Corporation, part of the Penn Elcom Group, has the worldwide rights to manufacture, market and sell DoorJammer and DoorJammer Lockdown.

With over a third of a million units sold, DoorJammer has gone on to win Double Gold and Diamond awards at the British Invention Show, Silver and Finalist awards at the National Hardware Show and International Housewares Association as well as achieving the PAS24 Impact Test Certificate from Winkhaus Laboratories and becoming accredited by Secured by Design.


You can find out more about DoorJammer and their SBD accredited products here:

A spokesman for DoorJammer, said: "We found a great deal of value in our Secured by Design membership so we renewed without hesitation. Having the backing and presence that SBD and their accreditation gives us has lent significant weight to our product and really shows the public that we're serious about security. We're proud to be the only portable door security device that has the SBD mark and are keen for our relationship to continue.”

SBD Development Officer Lyn Poole said: "I am extremely pleased that DoorJammer have renewed their SBD membership for another three years. I have liked the product since I first saw it. I have to travel and stay in hotels for work on my own and use it every time, it stays in my cabin bag so I don't forget it. It’s portable and easy to use and gives you that peace of mind. I look forward to working with the team at DoorJammer over the coming years".