The NiteTrain'r Bedwetting Alarm is a moisture-sensing device for children who wet. It consists of a small plastic alarm box that attaches to the shoulder area of the child's pajama or tee shirt, close to the ear, and a nonabsorbent sensor pad worn over the genitals and held in place (INSIDE the underwear) with a pair of snug-fitting shorts or panties. The plastic box unit contains a miniaturized electronic alarm and a 9-volt battery. NiteTrain'r has a built-in dual-volume control switch for the alarm (high/low). NOTE: Specify male or female when ordering.

Included with every bed wetting alarm are instructions for use, a progress chart and two moisture-sensing pads (two male or two female). One 9V battery included. Additional sensors are available in our accessories section.

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The large sensor pad worn inside the underwear can be uncomfortable for smaller children. Two sensor pads may not be adequate for children who wet multiple times a night, so you may want to purchase a spare.






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NiteTrain'r is a moisture-sensing device for children who wet. It consists of a small plastic alarm box that attaches to the shoulder area of the child's pajama or tee shirt, close to the ear, and a nonabsorbent sensor pad worn over the genitals and held in place (INSIDE the underwear) with a pair of snug-fitting shorts or panties. The plastic box unit contains a miniaturized electronic alarm and a 9-volt battery. NiteTrain'r has a built-in dual-volume control switch for the alarm (high/low). NOTE: Specify male or female when ordering. Included with every alarm are instructions for use, a progress chart and two moisture-sensing pads (two male or two female). One 9V battery included. Additional sensors are available in our accessories section.
ManufacturerKoregon
Alarm TypeSound - 2 set volumes
Alarm Warranty60 days
Sensor Type2 sensors included
KNTM - Male 1 Tone
KNTF - Female 1 Tone
Battery1 x 9 volt alkaline
ColorWhite
Alarm DimensionsAlarm box - 2" x 2.5" x 0.75"
Sensor DimensionsSensor wire - 25" long
  • Boy's Sensor - 6.6" x 3.7" (at widest point) x 0.1"
  • Girl's Sensor - 6.6" x 2.9" (at widest point) x 0.1"
Shipping Weight1 lbs. (View shipping rates and policies)
Instruction ManualNite Train'r Instruction Manual
Care InstructionsRinse sensor pads in lukewarm (not hot) water, pat with towel and hang to dry. Do not use soap or detergent.

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Nite Train'r Bedwetting ALARM - DVC

Medically proven way to safely stop bedwetting forever
  • Large sensor pad specifically made for boys and girls fits in underwear
  • Plastic alarm unit attaches to pajama shirt
  • Emits single tone when urine detected
  • Simply unplug sensor to turn off
  • Comes with unlimited access to all Bedwetting Store resources and support from our team. Learn More
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    I used this product for 2 of my boys with 100% success. They were both 5 years old at the time and is was so easy, they were able to work it themselves after a few tries. One boy was fully trained within 2 weeks, the other took about 4 weeks. Instructions were simple to read. I have only positive things to say about this product as we had only a good experience with it. My sons both felt very good about themselves when using this product, and did not feel embarrassed or badly, but rather it helped give them more confidence that they "could do it". They were as happy as I was when little by little we had progress. Lots of "great job Bobby" or "you did it" also helped of course!
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