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Replacement Transmitter

Replacement Transmitter
SKU: RWTX

Availability: Item usually ships within 24 hours.

$40.00
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  • Replacement transmitter for Rodger Wireless Bedwetting Alarm
  • Attaches to Rodger Sensor Briefs
  • Works only with new, circular model; not older, rectangular model
  • Receiver sold separately

Our Customers Say it Best!

    • 5
    • THIS IS A GREAT PRODUCT - VERY HAPPY!

    • By Mon and Dad from Miami, Florida

    • This is a great product. My son is seven years old and was still wearing a pull-up a night and woke up wet every morning. He was also staring to feel embarrassed for having to wear a pull-up. He didn't want to go to sleepovers and snuck in our room to change in the morning when family was over. We bought the "Rodger Wireless Bedwetting Alarm System" along with the book, "Seven Steps to Nighttime Dryness". YOU MUST READ THE BOOK along with the instructions that come with the system. We followed the instructions and after five days, our son stopped wetting the bed. He stopped using the system after the recommended 2 weeks, is wearing regular underwear to bed and went to a sleepover last weekend. We are all VERY HAPPY!!! What worked for us: spoke to him about the system and how it worked. Why he would not wake-up to pee or pee in his pull-up (nighttime incontinence or nocturnal enuresis). We explained to him that he would wet the bed in the beginning, but that it was ok and part of the process. I think that explaining to our son that this was a process was important. We also stuck to him going to pee an hour before bed-time and immediately before bed-time. The system comes with a form for you to track your child success, which is very good, but I made my own form and added a few other categories. my complete list: No milk 1 hour before bed, Pee 30 minutes before bed, Pee right before bed, Wore Underwear, Wore Alarm, Woke to the alarm, Turned Alarm off, Got up and went to the bathroom, Time of alarm, "Size of Spot L-M-S", Stayed dry after first alarm, Woke up to pee, and Dry Night. I used as many categories as I could to make sure we celebrated even when he peed in his bed (remember this is a process), because the last thing we wanted was for him to quit or think the system was not working. Finally, please celebrate with your child. Celebrate the small wins, like waking up and turning off the alarm. WE LOVED THIS PRODUCT AND HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT!!! WORTH EVERY DIME!
    • Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Details

Details



This is a replacement transmitter for the Rodger Wireless Bedwetting Alarm System. This transmitter is the small, circular part that attaches to the Rodger Sensor Briefs. This transmitter can be paired with the receiver you already have. This transmitter works only with the newer, circular shaped receiver for the Rodger Wireless Bedwetting Alarm, and will not work with the previous model that has a rectangular shaped receiver.


Bedwetting Store CommentsComments

If you accidentally wash the transmitter from your Rodger Wireless Bedwetting Alarm, this is the replacement part that you need to get it working like new. Pair this new transmitter with your existing receiver.