Previously on the Roadside Resort, we took a look at the Wedge Alarm, a nifty little gadget that notifies you of unauthorized entry while you sleep in those sometimes less-than-ideal lodgings on the road.
If you're looking for a device that helps to prevent such entry in the first place, though, you might be interested in the Addalock by Rishon Enterprises. It's a pretty clever, compact bit of kit that uses a door's own strike-plate hole as a foothold against ingress.
Simply insert the silver bit into the hole, close the door and attach the red handle, and you've got a nice little buttress that appears to be more effective against busting open a door than those chintzy security chains still used by many cut-rate lodgings.
The Addalock retails for $19.99 and comes with a slim pouch that easily slips in the front pocket of your suitcase.