Glows all night long!
Now Made In High Durometer Silicone For Extreme Grip On Any Surface!
Create your own safe room with The Door Wedge!
In an emergency when you need to wedge a door open or even closed you now can with supreme confidence. The Door Wedge TDW can even be combined together for additional height as needed since they lock together due to its unique dual pyramidal spiked design. The elevated ridges also adds traction when you needed it most on most abrasive surfaces.
If you need to wedge a door you can do it from the top, side or bottom of the door frame.
Stackable too in both directions!
Pro Tip: Add a loop of Paracord through the mid section of the TDW to make it easy to remove quickly in an emergency
The Door Wedge is so rugged you can use a hammer to really make sure the wedge is securely in place, or just kick in the old fashion way!
Where do you use the wedge you might be thinking? Classroom / Hotel Room / Bunker / Bathroom Door To Keep the Kids Out / The possibilities are endless...
( Keep a TDW with you in you SHTF bag )
Dimensions : 6.25" x 2" x 2"
Weight : 6.7 Ounces
Material : High Durometer Silicone
Works best on grippy surfaces like carpet / asphalt / textured floors ( also works on smooth tile / linoleum and other smooth surfaces if you just wedge it more securely ) Just a quick tap with your foot and your all set
These are great. You can find them easily to use or remove day or night. I would highly recommend them
Making the door stop so it can be seen in the dark was a fantastic idea. Simple. Durable. Safer because I am not tripping over it. Nice job, County Comm Team!
Like all CC products, this thing is built like a tank. I use it while traveling to wedge under the hotel door at night. A little paranoia is good. The glow in the dark feature would help me find the door in an emergency when I am still in not awake Zombie mode.
I already had a black one I’ve been carrying in my turnouts. Got a bunch of glow ones as gifts for my crew. Good height for doors, too soft to be used to force a door, but the wedges on my helmet are often too narrow for holding doors open. I like that the hole allows me to run a length of paracord through it. Great for shoving in to sit on hinges, makes them more visible when it’s time to shut the door- and the paracord makes it easy to yank out with gloves on.