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Alarmed Door Stop - must have for all teenagers - £2.25 @ Lidl

£2.25 @ LIDL
- Extra loud 85dB alarm is sure to scare the living c**p out of your mum, when she tries to enter your room without knocking first, while you have your boy/girlfriend over - Robust wedge shape secure… Read More
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- Extra loud 85dB alarm is sure to scare the living c**p out of your mum, when she tries to enter your room without knocking first, while you have your boy/girlfriend over
- Robust wedge shape securely blocks the door
- Requires 9V battery (not included)
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#1
http://www.lidl.co.uk/C1256C790050C7BC/images/GB.09_41019/$file/09_41019_b.jpg
#2
Well I could think of many more interesting uses.....I am the proud owner of many teens :oops:

Probably not a great deal but heat for the sheer novelty value :-D
banned#3
i'm diggin this! gonna buy one tmoz!
#4
or if Miss Palmer and her fives sisters are entertaining you that night:oops:
#5
iglimpse;5470754
Well I could think of many more interesting uses.....I am the proud owner of many teens :oops:

Probably not a great deal but heat for the sheer novelty value :-D


You need to watch the film Sex Drive, with your teenage sons :)
#6
Hot.... just because I like the idea.... Nice find :-)
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#8
SPAMDOG;5471176
You must live a sad sad life if you can't see the fun that alot of people could have with this, Yes it might be childish and not what the items made for but who cares, Set your inner child free, 6:10 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6SOYNSL9fU It's people like you that stop me from having a swing,:x


Why can't you have a swing?
#9
schizoboy
Why can't you have a swing?
Watch the sketch:thumbsup:
#10
janz70
or if Miss Palmer and her fives sisters are entertaining you that night:oops:


LOL :-D
#11
janz70
or if Miss Palmer and her fives sisters are entertaining you that night:oops:


I thought Madam Palm had five lovely daughters
#12
I like the sound of this. Not as a nookie alert, but it might come in handy when my youngest moves from a cot to a bed, so we get a warning if he tries to come out of his room.

Anyone fancy picking me one up and posting it. I can Paypal.
#13
Surely there'll be questions as to what you were doing and why you have an 85dB alarm you attatch to ur door when ur gf/bf is over?! i'd stick to the putting a chair or something to be knocked over when ur door starts to open...then you retain a little bit of deniability+you can say "you see thats why you should knock...you could have broken my chair!"
#14
Since when did teenagers "own" their bedroom? The person with their name on the deeds of the house can go in whichever room they like, and without permission...

Christ, I'd better lighten up before my son turns 13 :(
#15
I like this, I did lol, I am going to get a few, alert me when the kids when they get up to sneak down in the kitchen. :w00t:
#16
mouphi
Since when did teenagers "own" their bedroom? The person with their name on the deeds of the house can go in whichever room they like, and without permission...

Christ, I'd better lighten up before my son turns 13 :(


:w00t:
I feel the same though with 3 boys, I am hoping I chill out a bit:-D
#17
mouphi;5471541
Since when did teenagers "own" their bedroom? The person with their name on the deeds of the house can go in whichever room they like, and without permission...

Christ, I'd better lighten up before my son turns 13 :(


I was experimenting with 14.4k dialup at 13, ahh the days of internet ignorance, :)

All depends on the parents, any child without proper parental authority instilled into them will recognise a parents right to enter their room whenever they want, at the same time any decent parents will understand a child growing into an adult will want and need privacy.
1 Like #18
85dBa alarm??? As a father with 17 and 14 year old daughters that isn't loud enough to be heard over their "music". :roll: :roll: :-D
#19
autolesbona
I thought Madam Palm had five lovely daughters


/\/\

It is :whistling::thumbsup:
#20
mouphi
Since when did teenagers "own" their bedroom? The person with their name on the deeds of the house can go in whichever room they like, and without permission...

Christ, I'd better lighten up before my son turns 13 :(


My dad used to say this, this is a ridiculous attitude. Sure you can come in if you want to but you should respect their privacy and knock.
A child should not be able to "ban" you from your bedroom but knocking before entering your childs room particularly once they enter their teens is sensible and respects their existance as a person.
If you had a guest over who was staying in the spare room and the door was closed would you just walk straight in without knocking? If you would you are a terrible host.
#21
I like this, I did lol, I am going to get a few, alert me when the kids when they get up to sneak down in the kitchen.
Why? What do you get up to in the kitchen? :-D
#22
Crazy Jamie
Why? What do you get up to in the kitchen? :-D


Well that's another post, :p but my 6 year old has a habit of getting up in the night to raid the fridge :shock:
#23
Limmy...........what a legend

Never seen this on TV......? Scotland only
#24
Is this a toy or a real product??
I thought these were for the front door so when if your opening the door to an unknown person e.g. salesman an alarm will go off if they try and barge in??
#25
SliderUK;5471678
Is this a toy or a real product?? I thought these were for the front door so when if your opening the door to an unknown person e.g. salesman an alarm will go off if they try and barge in??


You can use these however you like..........let your imagination run wild :whistling:
#26
autolesbona
I thought Madam Palm had five lovely daughters


As a teenager in the 90s we weren't into any of this group nonsense. We just used to close our bedroom doors to entertain Pamela Handerson.
#27
Cheap_n_Nicety;5471869
As a teenager in the 90s we weren't into any of this group nonsense. We just used to close our bedroom doors to entertain Pamela Handerson.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-61-zWmVhk:)
#28
iglimpse
Limmy...........what a legend

Never seen this on TV......? Scotland only

Started off as a internet comic
http://www.limmy.com/blog/videos/

then did a pilot show for BBC Scotland
PART 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctcQvaxENt0
PART 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UU72jVDgY3Y&feature=related
PART 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6SOYNSL9fU&feature=related

never went any further on TV but I thnk he's started doing stand up
#29
SPAMDOG;5472099
Started off as a internet comic
http://www.limmy.com/blog/videos/

then did a pilot show for BBC Scotland
PART 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctcQvaxENt0
PART 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UU72jVDgY3Y&feature=related
PART 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6SOYNSL9fU&feature=related

never went any further on TV but I thnk he's started doing stand up

Duncan fae Blue...GENIUS...I LOVE LIMMY!! My boyfriend who is from englandshire doesn't find him funny at all tho!
#30
My baby daughter currently chews the wooden one we have constantly...........maybe this will cure her obsession? or do you think thats borderline cruelty? :oops:
#31
Smallfish
I like the sound of this. Not as a nookie alert, but it might come in handy when my youngest moves from a cot to a bed, so we get a warning if he tries to come out of his room.

Anyone fancy picking me one up and posting it. I can Paypal.


I don't see how you could use this, not unless his door opens outwards, you couldn't get out of the room otherwise.
#32
I'd close the door, then slide the wedge in from outside. That's the theory anyway.
#33
why would anyone make this, not heard of a lock?
banned#34
Micah
why would anyone make this, not heard of a lock?


+1
#35
Micah
why would anyone make this, not heard of a lock?


Not just to keep people out.

"The alarm is battery powered for convenience but may also be used as a normal door wedge simply by switching the alarm to the Off position .
As well as the security benefits, concerned parents can also be alerted if their teenage children sneak in late!"
suspended#36
Micah
why would anyone make this, not heard of a lock?


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+1


+2
A lock would be the better choice i agree, otherwise your room would start sounding like a 7-Eleven
#37
I was thinking this might do for a certain dog of mine who likes to get into the kitchen when I'm not around downstairs.
#38
jamesdew;5471577
If you had a guest over who was staying in the spare room and the door was closed would you just walk straight in without knocking? If you would you are a terrible host.


If I had a guest staying in my spare room for 13+ years they'd be a terrible guest who doesn't know when to leave.
#39
Micah
why would anyone make this, not heard of a lock?


Of course, but this isn't *actually* intended for a baby or teenager's room, it's simply an alarming doorstep , maybe useful during a breakin for a forced (locked) door?...

I'm keen to hear how it can be slipped behind a shut nursery door or used more effectively than a doorlock in a teen's room...:roll:
#40
MKultra
Of course, but this isn't *actually* intended for a baby or teenager's room, it's simply an alarming doorstep , maybe useful during a breakin for a forced (locked) door?...

I'm keen to hear how it can be slipped behind a shut nursery door or used more effectively than a doorlock in a teen's room...:roll:
Don't think you should use it in a nursery sounds like too much of a hazzard, I think the best uses for this would be used as a front/back door alarm at night either to deter break ins or to see what time your loved ones are sneaking in at or if you like to leave you doors half open during the summer to let air in or like most peoples first ideas as a joke item it is only £2.25 after all:-D

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