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.
The Malem Bed-Side bed wetting alarm provides more options than any other bed-side unit on the market. Features include the ability to choose one of eight loud tones, or to record your own. You no longer need to pay several hundred dollars more to purchase a quality bed-side unit. We recommend using a draw sheet (i.e. fold a cotton sheet in half and tuck it under each side of the mattress) or a large towel to hold the flexible pad in place. This will keep the pad securely in place under your child.
A less expensive pad type alarm than the Malem Bed-side with good basic features. Requires pressure and wetness to trigger alarm. Child must be positioned on top of pad when wetting occurs. If child moves around frequently while sleeping, a wearable bed wetting alarm that moves with them might be a better choice.
Some children are sensitive and find that wearing clothing to bed or having an object fastened to the shoulder of their nightwear is not tolerated. Parents wonder what options they have when selecting a bedwetting alarm. A wireless alarm that does not have a sensor cord or a sound unit on the shoulder is a good choice. The pad-type alarms, which simply lay on the bed, are another option.
Pad-type alarms do not require any wires or alarm units to be located on the body. The moisture sensing pad is covered with a draw sheet or towel and is positioned under the child or adult. When the pad senses moisture, an alarm sounds. This alerts both the child and parent that wetting is occurring and that it’s time to get up to use the bathroom.