KLG & Hoda: Pacsafe RFID Blocker & Portable Safe, Personal Wifi Review


Kathie Lee & Hoda: Items Not to Leave Home Without

“The Safety Chick” Kathleen Baty showed off some of the essential gadgets and products you can use to protect your family, property and security. These are all things to use when your family heads off on vacation, from a portable safe to safe cell phone hotspots.

Today Show: Portable Safe, Pacsafe.com, $100

KLG & Hoda: Pacsafe RFID Blocker & Portable Safe, Personal Wifi Review

“The Safety Chick” Kathleen Baty reviewed products from pacsafe that will protect you and your information when traveling.


Many hotels may not come with a safe in the closet or under the wet bar to lock your valuables in. Thanks to pacsafe, you don’t have to worry about your wedding ring at the beach or your extra money when you’re at dinner. The portable safe will lock to an object in the room that the thief can’t get off.

RFID Blocking Bags, Wallets & Passport Sleeves, Pacsafe.com

Once again from pacsafe, these products will stop sneaky thieves. It’s unbelievable that thieves can now download a scanner to their phones and get your information from your credit cards. These credit and debit cards give off an RFID that has all of your information on them. By putting them in that pacsafe wallet, bag, or protective sleeve, thieves can’t scan the codes from inside your pockets and purses.

Kathie Lee & Hoda: Personal Wifi Hotspot Prevents Hackers

Free wifi is a hacker’s best friend. Baty strongly recommends purchasing a wifi hotspot from your cellphone carrier. The costs vary from carrier to carrier, but it’s worth it in the end to protect your belongings.


Today Show: Mommy I’m Here Review & Safety Tats

When you go on vacation as an adult, you have few worries. When you take the kids, it’s a whole other ballgame. Thankfully, inventions have given parents peace of mind. A door anchor can protect your kids from opening the hotel door and running outside while you’re in the shower. Safety Tats are great for amusement parks. If a kid gets lost, the contact information is on their arm.

Mommy I’m Here is a locator that goes on your key fob. If you kid gets too far away, their signal and your signal start to go off so you can find them.

AAA Advice: Car Safety On Family Road Trips

Of course, when on a family road trip you need a safety and emergency kit. AAA offers a huge pack of essentials, including jumper cables, first-aid, and roadside assistance. You can also download their app to your phone. It will call AAA directly or 9-1-1, whichever you choose. You don’t have to be a AAA member to use the app.


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