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Easy-Clip Sensor for Malem Alarms

  • Positioning: Clips to outside of underwear
  • Pairs with: All Malem alarms except the Malem Wireless Bedwetting Alarm
  • Details: Can be used as a replacement part or as a spare

The Easy-Clip sensor has the advantage of being able to clip and anchor to the outside of any close fitting underwear for boys or girls. One Easy-Clip sensor is included with each new Malem alarm, but you can purchase additional sensors here if you have damaged or misplaced the original - or just want to have a spare on hand at your home.

Malem alarms have a convenient modular plug (just like your telephone connector) to allow you to change sensors. Sensor works with all Malem alarms except for the Malem Wireless Bedwetting alarm.


Comments

The unique design of this Easy-Clip sensor securely fastens to cloth. It is not easily pulled off and would alert the wearer if this did happen. It should not be used with disposable pants.

The clear phone jack end of the sensor is not designed to be pulled on to turn the alarm off. The correct way to turn off the alarm is to lift the sensor lever and push the reset button. If the phone jack end breaks, it may indicate that the alarm is not being silenced correctly.

Manufacturer Malem Medical
Sensor Warranty 90 days
Color Red, Yellow, Blue (Color may vary from picture)
Sensor Dimensions Cord - 30" long, Easy-Clip Sensor - 1.1" x 0.5" x 0.25"
Shipping Weight 2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Care Instructions Wash sensor clip with soap and water regularly. Use a small brush for additional cleaning.
MANUFACTURER Malem Medical
MANUFACTURER ITEM CODE MSEZ
ALARM TYPE Wearable

Customer Reviews

Based on 72 reviews
28%
(20)
39%
(28)
13%
(9)
8%
(6)
13%
(9)
K
K.
Clip holds on tightly but plastic lever breaks easily!

Works great clipped to underwear. Place as close as possible to where it will get wet first. It rings immediately. Cleanup is much easier if the child wears a pull-up on top of the underwear! Watch out though, the clip handle is made of plastic and breaks super easily. We've gone through several and they're not cheap! It's best to have an adult clip it on rather than the child.

S
S.i.g.
Great, when it doesn't break right away

The first alarm sensor clip lasted about 6 months before it stopped working. We got a replacement clip around Christmas and by February some of the plastic broke so it no longer stays in the alarm. At $20+ (after shipping), they are pricey little pieces.

M
M.
I can't believe it worked!

A friend told me to try an alarm for my daughter who is almost six and had never slept dry a night in her life. I had tried everything else except medicating her, which I really didn't want to do, but none of the other methods worked. I had blown off the alarm idea go a while because I just didn't think it would work. I didn't want to spend the money on a gimmick. When her pediatrician started talking about medicine, I was willing to try anything else to avoid that option. Now, I can't believe how much money I wasted on pull ups. She started sleeping dry within four weeks of using the alarm. Absolutely amazing! We used it with a pull up over her panties. We clipped the alarm to the panty and it stayed in place between the pull up and the panty. We ran the cord under her shirt and clipped it to the neckline at her shoulder. It never bothered her, and she quickly learned to put it on and take it off herself. I did get up with her every time the alarm went off, but only to help if she needed me. I also made sure to let her hear and feel the alarm before using it the first time so it wouldn't scare her.

S
S.t.f.
Easy clip

The only two downsides about these clips is if the child is not careful they might damage the metal interior from ripping it off. The other negative is the little room to squeeze on the underwear.

P
P.D.
Worked well for our son

It took about 14 nights with me sleeping in my son's room to help him awake from a deep sleep when the alarm sounded but it has proved to be very effective.

Customer Reviews

Based on 72 reviews
28%
(20)
39%
(28)
13%
(9)
8%
(6)
13%
(9)
K
K.
Clip holds on tightly but plastic lever breaks easily!

Works great clipped to underwear. Place as close as possible to where it will get wet first. It rings immediately. Cleanup is much easier if the child wears a pull-up on top of the underwear! Watch out though, the clip handle is made of plastic and breaks super easily. We've gone through several and they're not cheap! It's best to have an adult clip it on rather than the child.

S
S.i.g.
Great, when it doesn't break right away

The first alarm sensor clip lasted about 6 months before it stopped working. We got a replacement clip around Christmas and by February some of the plastic broke so it no longer stays in the alarm. At $20+ (after shipping), they are pricey little pieces.

M
M.
I can't believe it worked!

A friend told me to try an alarm for my daughter who is almost six and had never slept dry a night in her life. I had tried everything else except medicating her, which I really didn't want to do, but none of the other methods worked. I had blown off the alarm idea go a while because I just didn't think it would work. I didn't want to spend the money on a gimmick. When her pediatrician started talking about medicine, I was willing to try anything else to avoid that option. Now, I can't believe how much money I wasted on pull ups. She started sleeping dry within four weeks of using the alarm. Absolutely amazing! We used it with a pull up over her panties. We clipped the alarm to the panty and it stayed in place between the pull up and the panty. We ran the cord under her shirt and clipped it to the neckline at her shoulder. It never bothered her, and she quickly learned to put it on and take it off herself. I did get up with her every time the alarm went off, but only to help if she needed me. I also made sure to let her hear and feel the alarm before using it the first time so it wouldn't scare her.

S
S.t.f.
Easy clip

The only two downsides about these clips is if the child is not careful they might damage the metal interior from ripping it off. The other negative is the little room to squeeze on the underwear.

P
P.D.
Worked well for our son

It took about 14 nights with me sleeping in my son's room to help him awake from a deep sleep when the alarm sounded but it has proved to be very effective.

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