The Rodger Wireless Bedwetting Alarm System is a complete, easy-to-use dry solution to your child’s bedwetting problem. Your child will find it easy to wear because the underwear fits just like normal underwear. But with a very special difference – the invisible threads sewn into the underpants connect to two snaps near the waistband. At bedtime, your child attaches a small transmitter to the snaps on the underpants. When your child wets a few drops, the Rodger alarm receiver sounds with one of 8 different tones, alerting you and your child that wetting has occurred.

Each Rodger Bedwetting Alarm system contains two unisex briefs (in your choice of either blue or white), one transmitter, and one 8 tone variable volume alarm receiver. The small waterproof transmitter snaps to the waistband, and is powered by one CR2032 size battery. The alarm receiver plugs into a convenient wall outlet in your child's bedroom, OR it can take two AA batteries - the alarm will not work if it is plugged and using batteries at the same time.

Once the bed wetting alarm sounds, it will continue until you press a reset button on the front of the receiver. This helps ensure that your child actually gets up when the alarm sounds. The child can then go to the bathroom, and parents can check on their progress. After toileting, replace the underwear with a clean pair and reattach the transmitter.

Need a receiver for the parent too? Order a two receiver package that allows you to place one receiver in your child's bedroom and a second receiver in another bedroom. When your child wets, your receiver will sound too, alerting you so you can help your child. As children have less enuresis and need less parental assistance, the second receiver can be turned off.

Receivers work up to approximately 75 feet - depending on wall and floor construction and surrounding environment. We recommend testing your alarm prior to use, to make sure both units work within the layout of your home. Replacement transmitters can be purchased (call us for details). Many parents find that extra sensor briefs are useful and are available here.

Sizing Chart: We strongly recommend measuring your child's waist to accurately size him or her. Shrinkage will occur. Try the briefs on to make sure they fit. Used/washed briefs are not returnable. If you have any questions, call us at 1-800-214-9605.

Rodger Size Waist (in inches) Manufacturers Reference
XS 21-22" 116
S 22-23" 128
M 23-26" 140
L 26-27" 152
XL 27-28" 164
Adult S 27-30" 176
Adult M 32-34" 188
Adult L 34-36" 200
Adult XL 36-38" 212

Comments from the Bedwetting Store

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This wireless bed wetting alarm is the first of its kind. A Bedwetting Store Exclusive! The unique moisture-sensing briefs quickly detect wetness from any angle. Great for children who are reluctant to thread a sensor cord under their shirt, or for those who don't wear a pajama or t-shirt top. Underwear available in 2 unisex colors - white and blue. Design is identical.

Because starch is used on the briefs during the manufacturing process, it is recommended that the briefs be laundered or soaked with water and detergent prior to the first use. This removes the starch from the cloth, increasing the rate of absorption, and ensures the alarm’s quick response.

A second receiver is especially important for larger homes or if your child sleeps on a different floor. You will be alerted simultaneously with your child, and can quickly provide the assistance they need.

Video: Rodger Wireless Bedwetting Alarm System

The Rodger Wireless Bedwetting Alarm System is a complete, easy-to-use dry solution to your child’s bedwetting problem. Your child will find it easy to wear because the underwear fits just like normal underwear. But with a very special difference – the invisible threads sewn into the underpants connect to two snaps near the waistband. At bedtime, your child attaches a small transmitter to the snaps on the underpants. When your child wets a few drops, the Rodger alarm receiver sounds with one of 8 different tones, alerting you and your child that wetting has occurred. Each Rodger Bedwetting Alarm system contains two unisex briefs (in your choice of either blue or white), one transmitter, and one 8 tone variable volume alarm receiver. The small waterproof transmitter snaps to the waistband, and is powered by one A23 size battery. The alarm receiver plugs into a convenient wall outlet in your child's bedroom, OR it can take two AA batteries - the alarm will not work if it is plugged and using batteries at the same time. Once the bed wetting alarm sounds, it will continue until you press a reset button on the front of the receiver. This helps ensure that your child actually gets up when the alarm sounds. The child can then go to the bathroom, and parents can check on their progress. After toileting, replace the underwear with a clean pair and reattach the transmitter. Need a receiver for the parent too? Order a two receiver package that allows you to place one receiver in your child's bedroom and a second receiver in another bedroom. When your child wets, your receiver will sound too, alerting you so you can help your child. As children have less enuresis and need less parental assistance, the second receiver can be turned off. Receivers work up to approximately 75 feet - depending on wall and floor construction and surrounding environment. We recommend testing your alarm prior to use, to make sure both units work within the layout of your home. Replacement transmitters can be purchased (call us for details).

Video: How to Pair Rodger Wireless Transmitter and Receivers

Manufacturer Rodger
Alarm Type Sound with variable volume control (optional bed shaker available)
Warranty Briefs – 6 months
8 Tone Receiver – 1 year
8 Tone Dual – 1 year
Sensor Type Sewn into briefs
Battery Transmitter: Sealed and need not be opened in 2014 models. In earlier models, CR2032 Lithium Watch Battery. View video below for changing instructions.
Receiver: 2 x AAA alkaline
Color
  • Transmitter/Receiver – White
  • Briefs – White, Blue
    Alarm Transmitter Dimensions Circular - 1 5/8" diameter, 1/2" depth, 1 ounce with battery
    Alarm Receiver Dimensions Circular - 3 7/8" diameter, 1 5/8" depth, 6 ounces with batteries
    Power Source 110–120V Wall Outlet or Battery (AC input is 120v only)
    Range The maximum range of the system is approximately 75 feet. The actual range depends on wireless interference, wall materials, etc.
    Shipping Weight 2 lbs. (View shipping rates and policies)
    Other Pair each tansmitter and receiver when you get them. Because each alarm uses its own frequency, multiple units can be used for several children in one household. More than one receiver can be paired with one transmitter. If the transmitter is broken or lost, a new transmitter can be paired to an existing receiver.
    Instruction Manual Rodger Wireless Instructions
    Progress Chart Rodger Progress Chart
    Troubleshooting Guide Rodger Troubleshooting/FAQs
    Care Instructions

    Remove transmitter from briefs. Machine wash briefs in warm water. Do not use fabric softener. Tumble dry on low heat or air dry. DO NOT WRING. DO NOT WASH TRANSMITTER. Wipe transmitter clean with damp cloth and air dry.

    Because starch is used on the briefs during the manufacturing process, it is recommended that the briefs be laundered or soaked with water and detergent prior to the first use. This removes the starch from the cloth, increasing the rate of absorption, and insures the alarm's quick response to moisture.

    Questions on Rodger Wireless Bedwetting Alarm System

    • From Debbie P. at 2/25/14
    • What is the screwdriver in the box used for?
    • In models before 2014, the transmitter needed to be opened with the screwdriver in order to change the battery. In the current model, the screwdriver is still included, but not necessary because the battery does not need to be changed.
    • From Daniel Q. at 2/19/14
    • I noticed the transmitter is sealed on my new alarm unit. How do I change the battery?
    • The transmitter on the 2014 and newer models does not ever require a battery change. The battery should last for several thousand uses. To prolong the battery life, it is always important to remove the transmitter from wet underwear. A transmitter left on wet underwear will continue to communicate with the receiver every 3 minutes and could shorten battery life.
    • From tina at 1/2/14
    • What is the benefit of multiple tones over a single tone alarm?
    • The benefit of multiple tones over a single tone is children can become accustomed to a single tone and potentially learn to disregard the sound. Using multiple tones change each time the alarm sounds through a series of a 8 sound (in Malem and Clippo) which will help the child learn to wake.
    • From minh at 12/27/13
    • Can you have two transmitters paired to one rodger wireless receiver at the same time?
    • No, the receiver is only designed to be paired with one transmitter at a time.
    • From Barbara at 10/2/13
    • Do any of the alarms contain an indicator to tell the parents if the alarm had sounded overnight. If not, how do the parents know? None of the alarms signal that they sounded in the night.
    • The best way for parents to know is for them to hear it go off. Using an alarm with a receiver for the parents room, such as the Rodger Wireless with two receivers or using a baby monitor in the child and parent’s room would allow parents to hear it and be alerted.
    • From Ashley at 8/17/13
    • Does my Rodger Alarm need to be re-paired after each sounding of the alarm?
    • No, once your Rodger transmitter and receiver are paired after you receive them, they should continue to communicate with each other without re-pairing them. When the battery in the transmitter needs to be changed, re-pair the units after the new battery is in place.
    • From Nancy at 7/9/13
    • Can you bleach Rodger briefs?
    • No, the manufacturer states that no bleach should be used when washing these underwear.
    • From Julianna at 6/30/13
    • Can I use a diaper over the Rodger briefs?
    • The manufacturer recommends that no diaper be used over the briefs. A washable, waterproof overlay on top of the sheet and under your child will help with nighttime clean-up.
    • From Julie at 6/21/13
    • Do dryer sheets limit the life of the Rodger Wireless briefs?
    • Dryer sheets coat the cotton underwear and the sewn-in moisture sensing threads, making them less absorbent and less likely to sense the wetness quickly. It is best to wash the underwear with plain detergent and no fabric softener or dryer sheets.
    • From Pam at 3/28/13
    • I just replaced the battery in the transmitter and now it doesn’t work at all. What could be the problem?
    • You should check that you have replaced the battery correctly. The CR2032 battery should be inserted so the shiny side with the + is facing up. The short metal prong should be propped up next to the battery and the longer metal prong placed under the battery. Having the small metal prongs in the wrong place can cause the alarm to malfunction.
    • From Winston at 1/8/13
    • The alarm receiver isn't sounding even though it has batteries in it and it's plugged it. What's the problem?
    • The Rodger Wireless alarm can be used with batteries OR while plugged in, but not both at the same time.
    • From Daniel at 12/15/12
    • How do I turn the volume up or down?
    • Plug the circular receiver into the wall. Push the button in the middle so the green light shows. Press the + sign repeatedly to increase the volume. To decrease the volume, lightly press the – sign. When changing from + and -, the green button must be pushed each time. If the alarm stops sounding when adjusting the volume, simply re-push the green button and continue the adjustment. Once the volume is changed, the next time the alarm sounds; it will be at that level. (The volume cannot be changed while the alarm is sounding in response to wetness or when the transmitter is on the testing strip).
    • From Eric at 11/16/12
    • I have the rectangular model of Rodger wireless alarm. I washed the transmitter and now it doesn't work. Can I buy a new rectangular/square transmitter to work with this system? Will the circular replacement transmitter work with my model?
    • The previous rectangular model of Rodger wireless alarm requires that you buy a new paired system, both the transmitter and receiver, even if only the transmitter is broken. Please call us (800-214-9605) and we can help you get a replacement system at a discounted price.
    • From Susan at 1/5/12
    • Does the Rodger Wireless alarm play more than one sound?
    • Yes, the Rodger alarm offers the selection of 8 different sounds.
    • From John at 10/5/11
    • I accidentally put my Transmitter in the washing machine. Can I buy just that piece?
    • Yes, this new model of Rodger bedwetting alarms allows you to pair a new transmitter with your still operating receiver (must be this newer model). Please call us for details at 800.214.9605, and we will help you get a replacement transmitter.
    • From Heather at 7/1/11
    • How do I improve the chances that my child will awaken when the alarm sounds?
    • Make sure that the volume on the Receiver is turned up to a high volume and that there are no objects or materials blocking the outlet it is plugged into. Most children are very sound sleepers, and will initially require the assistance of a parent/caregiver to wake up to the alarm. It is important that an adult can hear the alarm so that he/she can assist the child in waking up. Rodger Wireless alarms are available with 2 receivers, one for the child and one for the parents.
    • From Kathryn at 5/22/11
    • All of the outlets in my child's bedroom are covered by furniture and are difficult to access. How can I plug my Receiver in?
    • Many parents find that using a short power strip or extension cord makes the Receiver more accessible for turning on and off/resetting, etc. Batteries can also be used to power the receiver. Do not plug the receiver in the wall outlet if you are using batteries.
    • From Vance at 3/14/11
    • Can I use the Rodger Wireless alarm with pull-ups or Good Night products?
    • Using a pull-up or other disposable pant product is not recommended when wearing the Rodger alarm. The use of a pull-up increases the chances that the Transmitter unit worn on the underwear will be flooded with urine, which may cause it to malfunction. Secondly, it is very difficult to monitor progress, especially as your child reduces the amount he wets, when a pull-up is worn over the briefs.
    • From Sophia at 2/2/11
    • Can I purchase additional briefs with my Rodger Alarm?
    • Yes, additional briefs can be purchased for $19.95 each. Some parents prefer to have an extra pair or two to reduce the frequency of laundry loads.
    • From Meghan at 10/3/10
    • What type of underwear should my child wear?
    • The Rodger Wireless alarm comes with two pairs of sensor briefs that must be worn in order for the alarm to sense moisture. Regular underwear/briefs are not required.
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    Rodger Wireless Bedwetting Alarm System

    A complete dry-solution to your child's bedwetting problem
    • Wireless alarm with unique, easy-to-pull-on moisture sensing underwear
    • Only alarm with sensor built into underwear
    • Reliably senses first drop of wetness
    • Most comfortable and easiest alarm to hook up
    • Perfect for children who prefer no alarm on their shoulder
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      My daughter has struggled with wet nights (and even some dribbling during the day) so after nighttime pull-ups failed us because of their discomfort, we decided to spend the money on the alarm. What a lifesaver! My daughter has started to get her confidence back. No more leaks during the day and only an occassional alarm at night after 3 months. Highly recommend....
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