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The DRI Eclipse wireless bed wetting alarm system is an easy-to-use alarm that works without wires. A small battery operated Urosensor is worn by your child to bed. When your child wets, the sensor detects the urine and transmits a signal to a small receiver that emits a loud chirping noise to alert you and your child. The Urosensor (urine detector) can be used with a mini pad, pull-up or sandwiched between two pairs of underwear. Simply cut a slit in the mini pad or pull-up and slide the Urosensor in place.
The bedwetting alarm's receiver is placed on a table or night stand so your child must get up and get out of bed to switch the sound off. The alarm emits a loud chirping sound from the receiver. The volume can be adjusted from inside the battery compartment. An on/off switch on the side of the receiver allows you to control the unit.
The wireless Urosensor should not need replacing because it has no moving parts and is fully sealed, eliminating the risk of urine getting inside. The internal battery will last two to three years. However, it may be damaged if it is put through the washer and dryer (the static electricity of the dryer can cause damage) so make sure it has been removed from the underwear before washing.
The DRI Eclipse Urosensor is suitable to use in a pull-up or minipad. Simply cut a 1 inch slit on the inside of pad or the pull-up in the crotch area. Insert the point of the scissors into the slit, and moving the scissors from side to side, make a small tunnel into which you can insert the detector. To make sure that the Urosensor stays in place, it can be useful to tape across the slit once you have put the detector inside. The Velcro piece that secures the bedwetting alarm to the pajama shoulder can be pinned or sewn in place. The covering layer of some pullups and minipads are designed to keep the user dry, and if the Urosensor is placed just under that layer, it may not trigger. It is best to insert the Urosensor under the layers of the absorbent material so that they will become wet and press onto the Urosensor.
Alternative placement is to use underwear with double fabric in the front fly area. Cut a slit in the outside layer toward the crotch and insert the Urosensor inside with the black sensing strip facing the user. Note: Wrapping the Urosensor in a tissue before insertion can help the wetting to be detected more quickly. Another option is to wear two pairs of close fitting underwear and put the Urosensor, wrapped in a tissue or not wrapped, between the two pairs. (More extensive placement instructions)
|Alarm Type||Sound with volume control|
|Alarm Warranty||6 months|
|Sensor Type||Sensor inserted in mini-pad or panty liner|
|Sensor Battery||Non-replaceable sealed battery that lasts 2 to 3 years|
|Receiver Battery||One Panasonic 2354 or equivalent|
|Color||Orange and black|
|Urosensor Dimensions||2.0" x 1.0" x 0.35"|
|Receiver Dimensions||3.0" x 1.5" x 0.75"|
|Shipping Weight||8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)|
|Instruction Manual||DRI Eclipse Instruction Manual|
DRI Eclipse Urosensor Tips
|Care Instructions||Clean sensor with soapy water and small toothbrush every few days to remove urine residue.|
- Average rating 4.1
- based on 38 reviews
1 stars, I would not waste my money
By Nikki from San Jose on 2015-11-01
False alarms, did not stay put in mini pad, cheap alarm. I am so annoyed I wasted my money.
5 stars, miracle worker
By desperate mama from New hampshire on 2015-05-15
Pros: Wireless, Strong Alarm, Stays Put
We has a 9 year old son. we had all the checks, there didn't seem to be a physical or psychological problem that caused bedwetting. But he was a heavy drinker :) (he drank a whole lot of fluids during the day). we tried a wired product, but it fell apart after a couple of nights. DRI held up perfectly. No wires is a great advantage, makes it very easy to use. We used it 3 weeks. We went from waking up 3 times, to 2, to 1 to none over that 3 weeks... I thought sleepovers and camping and all that was a distant dream for us, but now it is not even an issue. We are over the moon. Thank you so much DRI.
5 stars, Works Great
By miguelito the magnificent from Montana on 2015-04-21
No complaints. My 8 year old has been using it for about a month and still wets the bed every night - he just doesn't soak it the way he used to.
4 stars, Requires Patience
By Patience from British Columbia, Canada on 2014-11-08
Pros: Works With Minimal Moistu
Cons: Extrememly loud, Takes a long time to work
Best Uses: Use In Pullup
So far we like it, even thought it's been three weeks and have had only one night where my son woke to go to the washroom. We will stick it out though. It's like having a newborn again getting up 1 -2 times every night.
5 stars, Awesome!!!
By Stoosh from Calgary on 2014-09-05
5 stars, Great product
By Greatful grannie from Bay Area California on 2014-08-21
Pros: Works Well In Pullup, Very child friendly, Less Wetting In One Week
No, wires, no accidental messes, no intimidation for child made this very easy. In two weeks she has gone from wetting most of the time to waking on her own to pee most of the time. She loves the chart we are making of dry nights, and she likes the reassurance of still having on a pullup just in case.
4 stars, Working ok
By Dana from The Woodlands, TX on 2014-03-03
Pros: No Wires, Easy to clean, LOUD
Cons: Sleepy Kids Forget, Easy To Lose The Sensor
Best Uses: Older bed wetters
It does work pretty well at getting my daughter up at the first signs of wetness. She wears two panties and puts it in between and it stays pretty well. The two biggest issues I see are it is super easy to lose the sensor. My daughter has put it in the trash or her laundry too many times to count! As well, when you do lose the sensor, there is no mechanism to locate it besides hunting it down! It would be nice to have a locator option for when it goes missing! My daughter has also had trouble remembering to turn the alarm back on after the first time it goes off. She is too sleepy to think straight! This is ok if there is only one issue a night but if there are more, we still have a mess on our hands.
4 stars, Only alarm we've tried
By Anna from Denver, CO on 2013-11-04
First I want to say that it was so miserable to drag my little one to the potty when he was in his deepest sleep. It seemed hopeless that he would ever wake up on his own to go to the bathroom. After just a week, we were about to give up and try again when he's older (he's just under 5 now). But then suddenly he started staying dry all night. This is the only alarm we've tried so can't really compare to other versions. The wireless works best in a pull-up: snip a little slit, and slide it in so it's just barely under the thinnest layer. We learned to avoid cutting the area where there are gel beads that form and get yucky. Yes, you could lose it if you aren't careful but for the price we are sure going to keep track of it! We've also been relatively successful tucking it into the folds of boys underwear. But he gets pretty still once he's asleep, it will fall out when he's got the wiggles. The wireless seemed comfortable and I like that the alarm is remote from the sensor, but now I wonder if a clip-on wouldn't be more reliable (and cheaper!) It's REAALLLY loud; we unscrewed it to turn down the volume all the way but we still need to cover up half the speaker with tape. We've had some false alarms but it's hard to tell whether that was user error. It did seem sensitive to sweat, but more so in underwear, not the pull-up.
1 stars, not reliable
By Madison Mom from Madison, WI on 2013-10-23
Cons: Sensitive To Sweat, Needs Pocket, Did Not Go Off When Wet, False Alarms
Best Uses: None
I loved that it was wireless. Hated that I had to sew a pocket for it. Also, a bit bulky between the legs of a small child. It seemed to have many false alarms, and other times she woke up drenched and the alarm didn't go off until I rinsed it off. Not reliable.
4 stars, It works, with trade offs
By Maps mom from New jersey on 2013-09-01
Pros: Small, Audible
Cons: Easy to lose
This is really helping my daughter and we use it with pull ups. It is pretty inconvenient to dig it out of a soggy pull up, though. We threw one away accidentally and had to order a replacement. But it is working, so the cons are worth it to us.
4 stars, easy to use, trouble-free and no wires
By jf from norway on 2013-06-07
We started using other products that never reeaally worked as promised. This one is easy to use, loud enough to get a response, small in size and comfortable for the child - and no wires!
5 stars, Awesome product! worth every cent
By Dry bed! from LaSalle Il on 2013-03-22
Pros: Worked Everytime, It Takes About 3 Weeks, Used Best In A Pull Up
Best Uses: Best Used In Pull Up
All I can say is I wish I bought this 2 years ago. You have to be diligent and get up and help them change for a few weeks but definetly worth the effort. no more sheet washing at our house.
3 stars, Beware, but does work
By jlwindy from indianapolis on 2013-03-14
Pros: Simple design, Easy to use, Does Wake Son Up
Cons: Easily Lost, Volume Needs More Volume, Easily damaged
Best Uses: Enuresis
This is our 3rd sensor for this alarm system! We have found that the alarm will shut off after a certain point, and yet it continues to wear its internal (nonreplaceable) battery. You also MUST wash this afer each soiling or it will also stop working. We like it's design overall (no clips, no transceivers/receivers/antennae/etc., but do be sure to keep track of it, and know that it's easily lost because it's so small and lightweight. We thought the alarm could be made louder, but it arrives at its highest setting. We do wish it could be just a tad louder, as our 10 year old feels lazy in the middle of the night and is not always trying his hardest to move when the alarm sounds. Overall we recommend this alarm over some others we've tried.
5 stars, I strongly recommend this product
By Sheeva from Toronto, CANADA on 2013-02-19
My daughter is 8 years old and very deep sleeper, she wet every night. I bought this alarm in Dec. 2012 and start using after Christmas. First two weeks I need to wake her up when alarm goes on then she started to hold but she cries instead of getting up. so we learn that when she cries we need to wake her up. in 4 weeks she started to wake by herself. In 6 weeks she is dry, we are not using the alarm anymore. This is a awesome product we love it
4 stars, If the alarm's not working keep trying
By Julie from Wellington, New Zealand on 2013-01-08
My 7 year old son has been using the Dri-Sleeper Eclipse for one week and it worked perfectly for the first 2 nights. After that it stopped working and I couldn't figure out why. It worked fine when I tested it - in fact I only needed to touch it with my finger and the alarm went off. But my son would wake up in the morning soaking wet and the alarm didn't sound once. I was so disappointed. I tried researching it online and found hundreds of great reviews and only a couple of people seemed to be experiencing the exact same problem I was having (ie it works when tested but doesn't work in the night) but nobody could give me a solution. My son was wearing the urosensor in a pocket in his underwear. I even cut a couple of small slashes in the pocket to help the urine get through and I wrapped the sensor in tissue before putting it in the pocket to help with absorbency. I was convinced this program would work for my son if only I could get the alarm to work so in desperation I tried another tactic which stupidly I didn't believe would work. I put the alarm in a mini pad like the instructions say and the alarm woke us up 3 times last night! Yay!! I didn't believe that the mini pad could possibly work better than the pockets I created. I mean there was no chance the sensor wasn't getting wet - I could feel how wet the sensor was getting when I took it out of his soaked underwear. But the mini pad worked! I guess the trick is that when the mini pad gets wet it pushes on the sensor as well as getting it wet and that must make all the difference. So if your alarm isn't working - keep trying! This is the kind of information I was looking for when I couldn't get my alarm to work so I hope this helps someone else. Oh and when I emailed the customer service team, they responded almost immediately! I was really impressed with that in particular.
1 stars, Inconsistent
By Disappointed from Becker, MN on 2012-12-05
Alarm triggers when my finger accidentally touches sensor but doesn't alway trigger when my child urinates. Have followed directions and trouble shooting to the letter and called customer service for assistance. For the $ of this unit I would expect better performance or a refund; which I am not able to get.
4 stars, Good but easy to lose! :(
By Jlw Indy from Indianapolis, IN on 2012-11-28
Pros: EXTREMELY SIMPLE TO USE
Cons: Sensor Is Small And Light And Easy To Lose
Best Uses: Not Loud, No Pins Or Wires
We have tried 2 other alarms: the Dry Buddy system, and a little green one with a wire. Both were okay, but I like the Dri Eclipse the best because of its ease of use. I hate though, that we have already lost the sensor and I've had to buy a replacement ($60!) just a few weeks into our training. I also really like Anvacare's bedwetting philosophies – they offer a lot of good, positive suggestions to help the situation.
5 stars, Works Great!
By Happy parents and child from Eugene, OR on 2012-11-27
Pros: Sensitive, Loud alarm, Small, Wireless
Cons: Placement Can Be Difficul
Best Uses: Night time, Put In Maxi Pad
My son, age 7, is ready to start working on having dry nights. Before, he wore a pullup and was willing to wait to see if he "grew out of bedwetting". Well, now he wants to take a more active role in having dry nights. We decided on a wireless bed alarm because he can be more sensitive to wires and clips. It works well. We cut a small slit in a maxipad and slip the device inside the pad. Then attach the pad to his underwear. There has been a couple of times where the device didn't stay put, but usually because we didn't get it pushed in far enough. Otherwise, it has been very accurate about alerting him at night when he starts to urinate. At first, we were getting up several times a night, and after about three weeks he either sleeps the entire night or gets up once. We are continuing to use the device, for now, to make sure there isn't any regression. My son feels more confident and less embarrassed now that he has dry nights. The alarm was well worth the money!
3 stars, Success for my 8 year old son!
By Mom of 3 from Sacramento, CA on 2012-11-25
My son very rarely had a dry night. His doctor recommended using a bed wetting alarm and after doing some research my 8 year old son picked the DRI Eclipse Bed Wetting Alarm. After using the alarm for almost two weeks we were ready to give up because it felt like it wasn't doing anything for him. The alarm would go off when he wet his diaper, we'd get up, he'd use the restroom, we'd change the diaper and wash the alarm and reset it. In the morning he'd still wake up with a wet diaper (the alarm never did sound the second time during the night that he'd pee and we never did figure out why) and he was so frustrated. He wouldn't even remember getting up at night because he is such a heavy sleeper. One night after almost two weeks we completely forgot to put the alarm in his diaper. The next morning and every morning since then he had woken up dry. He has gone just over two weeks completely dry in the morning. He doesn't wake up to use the restroom at all. The alarm definitely did its job in letting his brain know it was time to start taking calls at night from his bladder. My son is thrilled and has a new sense of self confidence. The only reason I am not giving this product 5 stars is because it wasn't working during his second episode of bed wetting at night but other than that we were very pleased with it. When using this product I found it helpful, as was suggested, to place the sensor in a panty liner (cut a slit in the liner and place the sensor inside) and then place the liner in his diaper. It made things easier. We used diapers for my son until he had gone an entire week without wetting the bed just to avoid cleaning up so much.
2 stars, Not doing the job
By Josh from Connecticut on 2012-11-12
My son has acclimated to the sound of the unit and doesn't awaken when it signals. This defeats the purpose of the device. Also, once the alarm sounds, his pullup is already fairly wet so it seems like the sensor is not doing a good job picking up on when there is first wetness in the pullup. This is an expensive product that has not paid off after weeks of consistent use.
4 stars, Comments on DRI Eclipse Wireless Alarm
By Gary from Taiwan on 2012-11-11
Pros: Easy Use With No Wiring, Easy To Put It In Place
Cons: Poor Contact No Alarming, Moving Around
I use it with diaper for disabled person during night time.
4 stars, Love the fact it's Wireless!!
By Happy mom so far :) from Minnesota on 2012-10-12
Pros: Loud alarm, Wireless, Small
Cons: Pricey, Interference
My son has used this for a few weeks and so far so good !! Love the fact it is so small and wireless. He has used a wired one also and likes the freedom of this one. He is very picky about the way things feel- so we came up with a great solution to make it feel ok and make sure it does not accidentaly fall in the toilet when he gets up to go. This site gives you different ideas of how to place the receiver 1- is to sandwich it between to pairs of tight underwear 2- is to insert it in a small pad liner . We put on a regular pair of tight briefs and then the 2nd pair is where we put the mini pad and the receiver, this way he does not feel it as much! Works like a charm and still sets off the alarm with minimal wetting !
5 stars, Excellent product, exceptional cust. svc
By Karen from Seattle, WA on 2012-08-07
Pros: Easy to use, Customer Support, Effectiveness
Best Uses: Bedwetting
The DRI Eclipse Wireless Remote Sensor Bed Wetting Treatment Alarm eliminated my son's nightly bedwetting in less than one week. As his eighth birthday approached, I knew this issue had to be solved. In carefully researching the various alarm systems, I settled on DRI Eclipse because of its wireless (choke-hazard-free), pin-less (no accidental pin pricks) design. I was somewhat hesitant of the price, but I can honestly say it was money well spent. The DRI Eclipse was remarkably sensitive to moisture, appropriately loud enough to rouse my son, and extremely easy to use. But the best feature was the immediate attention I received via email when I required assistance. Apparently, some low-wattage lamps interfere with the transmission frequency of the wireless alarm system, a problem easily addressed. After this, the product worked flawlessly, and it was great to have that personalized support from Dr. Anza (company founder and child psychologist). My son now consistently wakes on his own when he needs to, and I would enthusiastically recommend the DRI Eclipse Alarm.
5 stars, Wish I had of bought it years ago
By C .Eaton from Sydney, Australia on 2012-07-17
My daughter is 8 years old and has never had a dry night – sometimes she even wet through the night time nappy. We tried everything and just before we resorted to medication we decided to try the Dri Sleeper Eclipse. I can't believe it !! After 8 years of showing no sign of being dry she was dry within 1 week and has never wet the bed since. She doesn't even need to get up at night. I was prepared for it to take months. I cannot recommend this alarm enough. She can now go for sleepovers and on overnight excursions without worrying for weeks before about wetting the bed. She is so happy she keeps thanking me for buying it. The small sensor inside the underpants meant she never felt wearing it and with no wires she was free to move around in comfort as she slept. It was the best money I've spent.
5 stars, WE TRIED EVERYTHING AND ONLY THIS WORKED
By Brigid Lowry from New Zealand on 2012-05-22
Just thought i would add to your reviews as i can't rave about this dri-sleeper enough! I have used the DRI Eclipse on 3 of my children now and the results were practically instanteous. My first was 6 yrs old when he desperately wanted to be dry at night. I had consulted the child developmental specialists at the hospital but had little luck as they considered him too young to worry!! I googled and found DRI Eclipse. He was completely dry after 2 weeks!!! I then used it straight away on my 5 yr old and she was completely dry in just 7 days!!! My third child used it two years later at age 5 and he took probably 1 month to be completely dry! I did try it on number 3 when he was 4 yrs old and he didn't really care if he was wet or dry so he didn't wilingly partake and it didn't work - i guess if we perservered it may have worked eventually but all the work would have come from me and not him. However 1 year later when he was 5 and he really wanted to be dry so co-operated and it worked no problem. All my children were such heavy sleepers and waking them at night was extremely difficult (still is!). I did have to help them in the beginning to wake them to the alarm but after a few days the brain responded to the alarm and they woke themselves, went to the toilet and changed themselves and their sheet (i think that was the important bit for them do it all themselves, with a little bit of assistance, so the brain knew the consequences of wetting). I can honestly say that after nearly 4 years from my first child using it, he and his other 2 siblings have NEVER even had an accident! In fact they never get up during the night to go to the toilet now, their brain and bladder have realised they have to hold on until the morning! I'm about to pass my alarm on now to another family - i have been keeping it for my number four child but she was dry from 2 yrs old(????) Thank goodness for the DRI eclipse - if I had known what the results were going to be like before i got it i honestly wouldn't have belived you, not in the case of my kids anyway... I am writing this volunteerily - i wish to tell all about the luck we had. Forget all the advice everyone gives you which worked for them and didn't for your child - this worked so well! Recommend it 110%!
5 stars, the only alarm you'll need
By Deb from Chicago on 2012-05-08
Pros: Alarm volume, Dr Anthony, Discrete, Customer Support, Wireless
We had the best outcomes putting the alarm in a mini pad manufactured by Seventh Generation. All the newer styles are paper thin so there is no way to insert the sensor. This brand is organic so there is still some thickness to their padssince they don't use the "space age" materials. Our son struggled with enuresis for years. We were told he had a partial seizure disorder so we could expect this problem. We patiently followed the neuros suggestions but to no avail. But he was getting to the age of sleep-overs and he was so embarrassed. We just wanted to help him feel normal. So we started checking out the alarms. After researching them all, wedecided onthe Dri Eclipse. So glad we did. Although the alarm is very loud, our son slept so hard that it was necessary for us to get him out of bed whenever it went off. No one else in the house ever slept through it! He is a particularly heavy sleeper. Nonetheless, the alarm still managed to train his brain and he has now been pull up free since four months before his 10th birthday. I wish we had known about this alarm when he was younger. Regardless, it was the first and only alarm we needed. Our five year old is chomping at the bit for her turn to use it. Her problem is not nearly as bad as his was so I expect she'll be trained even faster.
5 stars, Awesome
By 7 Year Old Hates Alarm... stops peeing from Yellowknife, NT on 2012-05-03
Pros: Wireless, Easy for any child
Cons: Needs More Alarm Types, Does not Ring Long Enough
AWESOME. In 2 weeks our 7 year old girl - who was awake and consciously deciding to pee the bed every night - decided she did not like the alarm and instead uses the toilet now. Dry pull-ups on almost every night now.
5 stars, Age sixteen finally dry:
By Julie from Milwaukee, WI on 2012-04-23
Pros: Small, Easy to charge, No Strings
This turned out to be a great product: My daughter was sixteen last year and we were hundreds of dollars into other types of alarms over multiple years. It took about 5 weeks to stay continully dry, but she is now permanently dry, only one accident in the past year. This worked great inside a maxipad at night (panty liners are too thin) Older children are able to be responsible for changing the pad and reinserting for a new dry start. She was only nocturnal wetting, this would not be a very good day time product due to sweating and drippling. It would weel be worth the try for older children who have failed other alarms.
5 stars, Small, convenient, and great results!
By Happy Mom from New Jersey on 2012-04-21
Having many more dry nights after three weeks. As suggested, the sensor is wrapped in a few squares of toilet paper and placed directly in the Good Nite.
5 stars, Absolutely fabulous product, a must-have
By Mrs b from Houston, TX on 2012-03-27
Now this product totally worked and helped the brain-pee pee connection work within 2 weeks! We still wore for precaution another week, but it worked and my child actually enjoyed waking up before alarm would. Best money ever spent! My son is so proud of himself and we are too! First 2-3 times I helped escort on trips to bathroom but after that he was awesome at getting up, switching off, going to pee and returning to bed. We put inside womens ultra thin pad in his underwear (cut a slit in pad for sensor). Took the slightest drip and it sensed it. I would keep one pad pre-cut spare just in case for frequent trips during night. Wish I had bought sooner! Save a fortune on nighttime pants. Must have, would recommend for even younger children, like 3 year olds and up. My son is 5 and a deep sleeper, but this helped him learn sensation of bladder fullness! Thanks to the creator of it!!
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