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Malem Ultimate Single Tone Bedwetting Alarm

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SOUND, LIGHTS AND VIBRATION IN ONE ALARM!  The Malem ULTIMATE combines light, sound and vibration to help even the deepest sleeper wake.

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Warns children when they begin to urinate
  • Sensor clips to outside of brief
  • Bright colors appeal to children
  • Audible, visual, and vibration alarm settings
  • Clean easily with warm water and mild soap
  • Single tone alarm with multiple sounds and colors
  • Durable, lightweight, compact design weighs less than 2oz 
  • Can also be used with Malem standard flat sensors and an optional bedmat is available.

A selectable combination of sound and vibration suits the needs of the child. A selection switch can be easily set to sound only, sound and vibration, or vibration only.

The alarm is connected to a small clip-on sensor which detects moisture and anchors to the outside of any close fitting underwear for boys or girls. No sewing to hassle with or metal clips or snaps to come undone during the night. No mini-pads to buy and attach each night!

Sensor contacts are within the clip so skin contact or sweating will not trigger the alarm. The alarm sounds until the sensor is removed or the reset button is pressed, allowing you or your child sufficient time to effectively respond to the alarm.

Included with every Malem bedwetting alarm are instructions for use, charts to track progress and (2) AAA batteries. 

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    This is our best combination sound/vibration bedwetting alarm. It is slightly larger than the regular Malem alarm and the vibration is similar to a pager. If you are considering purchasing a similar "potty alarm", this is the alarm for you. It has BOTH sound and vibration. Remember, most children need help during the first few days or weeks to awaken when they wet. An auditory bed wetting alarm is necessary for you to help them.

    Parents often ask about a single tone versus a multiple tone alarm. No research has been conducted to determine if one tone is more effective than another for curing enuresis. This is a personal preference.

    Pure behaviorists would recommend a single tone bedwetting alarm. The one tone Malem alarms (blue, purple, pink) sound the same each time they sound. (Note that each color is a little different sounding.) If you're working with more than one child at a time, select different tones so you will know who needs your help.

    Some families have found that their child seems to tune out sounds quickly. For this situation, a random 8-tone alarm would be beneficial. The gold alarm has 8 tones and is always random (you cannot choose to select only one). The three selectable tone alarms offer you all the options - the ability to choose a single tone or to rotate through 8 tones. The selectable bedwetting alarm is available in magenta, royal blue or camouflage.

  • SOUND, LIGHTS AND VIBRATION IN ONE ALARM!  The Malem ULTIMATE combines light, sound and vibration to help even the deepest sleeper wake.

    PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

    • Warns children when they begin to urinate
    • Sensor clips to outside of brief
    • Bright colors appeal to children
    • Audible, visual, and vibration alarm settings
    • Clean easily with warm water and mild soap
    • Single tone alarm with multiple sounds and colors
    • Durable, lightweight, compact design weighs less than 2oz 
    • Can also be used with Malem standard flat sensors and an optional bedmat is available.

    A selectable combination of sound and vibration suits the needs of the child. A selection switch can be easily set to sound only, sound and vibration, or vibration only.

    The alarm is connected to a small clip-on sensor which detects moisture and anchors to the outside of any close fitting underwear for boys or girls. No sewing to hassle with or metal clips or snaps to come undone during the night. No mini-pads to buy and attach each night!

    Sensor contacts are within the clip so skin contact or sweating will not trigger the alarm. The alarm sounds until the sensor is removed or the reset button is pressed, allowing you or your child sufficient time to effectively respond to the alarm.

    Included with every Malem bedwetting alarm are instructions for use, charts to track progress and (2) AAA batteries. 


    Manufacturer Malem Medical
    Alarm Type Sound and/or vibration with small flashing light
    Warranty 1 year on alarm box, 90 days on sensor
    Sensor Type Easy–clip sensor included
    Battery 2 x 1.5 volt AAA alkaline or equivalent
    Color M041 - Pink
    M042 - Blue
    M043 - Purple
    M044 - Gold
    M04S - Magenta
    M04SB - Royal Blue
    M04SC - Camouflage
    Alarm Dimensions Alarm box – 2.1" x 2" x 0.8"
    Sensor Dimensions 30" long, Easy–Clip Sensor – 1.1" x 0.5" x 0.25"
    Shipping Weight 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
    Instruction Manual Malem Bedwetting Alarms Instruction Manual

    For MO4S alarms with the Lock/SQ switch: Malem Bedwetting Alarms Instruction Manual
    Progress Chart Malem Progress Chart
    Troubleshooting Guide Malem Troubleshooting/FAQs
    Care Instructions Clean sensor with soapy water and small toothbrush every few days to remove urine residue.
  • MANUFACTURER Malem Medical
    MANUFACTURER ITEM CODE M04
    View Instruction Manual View Progress Chart
  • Customer Reviews

    Based on 1553 reviews
    65%
    (1014)
    19%
    (297)
    5%
    (78)
    2%
    (37)
    8%
    (127)
    H
    Heidi S.
    It works!

    I was skeptical since we had tried chiropractors, medication, supplements for our 11 year old daughter. The first 5 days were hard getting up several times a night to change everything but then it clicked and she started waking up. She has only had one accident in the last 2 weeks! Yay!!

    R
    Rachel C.
    Alarm keeps sounding after it gets wet

    We’ve had good success and progress so far, but I find that after my kid wets the first time at night it’s hard to get the alarm back onto his underwear without it going off every time I clip it. Not sure if it’s because there is residual moisture in the sensor still, but even after several tries and attempting to dry it off it still sounds as soon as you clip it. It’s very frustrating in the middle of the night, and for the price I would have expected it to be better.

    R
    Ryan M.
    Doesn’t activate when it should be

    Everything seems well made but the device doesn’t activate until my child’s underwear and pajamas are completely soaked. No matter where on his underwear we put the clip it won’t go off until he’s completely voided which seems to defeat the purpose of waking him up “while” he’s peeing.

    Many children who wet the bed are such sound sleepers that they cannot initially respond to an alarm on their own. This does not mean that they will be unsuccessful with the alarm. It is important that if your child does not hear the alarm on her own, that you help her wake up when the alarm goes off.

    The purpose of the alarm is to wake your child up in the time frame of the wetting so that your child gets up and physically goes to the bathroom (even if there is a full void on the bed). As this continues, there will be a bladder to brain connection of going to the bathroom.

    G
    Graniela Z.

    Malem Ultimate Bedwetting Alarm

    M
    Molly L.
    Mixed opinions

    I went into this experience planning to follow all the "rules"; i.e. be consistent, don't give up until it's accomplished... but after the 12th night when my 5.5 year-old peed 4 times in 4 hours, we had to throw in the towel. It became clear to me that things were actually getting worse-- I believe what happened is all the waking up made her more tired, which made her sleep deeper and pee more. Additionally, we were all becoming exhausted and frustrated as a family.

    Once we went back to diapers and caught up on sleep however, we noticed that she started having a few dry nights a week, which was new. I guess it semi-worked and helped us make some progress. We may come back to it if progress stalls, but for us it didn't work to do it according to the recommendations. I hope this helps others who are clawing their eyeballs out from lack of sleep!

    I will add that my child is a deep sleeper (we had to wake her despite the alarm every night and guide her to the bathroom-- she was very confused almost like sleep walking), has hyperactive ADHD, and has a history of Neuroblastoma (tumor that originated at lumbar 3 & 4 with two abdominal/pelvic surgeries). There are probably many reasons she is still bed-wetting, so I only mention that because she might be a bit of an anomaly in some ways.

    One other thing for the manufacturers-- I can't see how any child could actually operate the "quick clip" on their own. Even I struggled to get a small piece of underwear fabric into the mouth of the clip. Also, if you don't wipe every last drop of pee or they leak one more drop after you put the underwear on, you have the very intense and stressful experience of hearing the alarm immediately as you try to reposition the clip. This was very stressful for my child. I would probably buy a different design if I were to do it again.

  • Customer Reviews

    Based on 1553 reviews
    65%
    (1014)
    19%
    (297)
    5%
    (78)
    2%
    (37)
    8%
    (127)
    H
    Heidi S.
    It works!

    I was skeptical since we had tried chiropractors, medication, supplements for our 11 year old daughter. The first 5 days were hard getting up several times a night to change everything but then it clicked and she started waking up. She has only had one accident in the last 2 weeks! Yay!!

    R
    Rachel C.
    Alarm keeps sounding after it gets wet

    We’ve had good success and progress so far, but I find that after my kid wets the first time at night it’s hard to get the alarm back onto his underwear without it going off every time I clip it. Not sure if it’s because there is residual moisture in the sensor still, but even after several tries and attempting to dry it off it still sounds as soon as you clip it. It’s very frustrating in the middle of the night, and for the price I would have expected it to be better.

    R
    Ryan M.
    Doesn’t activate when it should be

    Everything seems well made but the device doesn’t activate until my child’s underwear and pajamas are completely soaked. No matter where on his underwear we put the clip it won’t go off until he’s completely voided which seems to defeat the purpose of waking him up “while” he’s peeing.

    Many children who wet the bed are such sound sleepers that they cannot initially respond to an alarm on their own. This does not mean that they will be unsuccessful with the alarm. It is important that if your child does not hear the alarm on her own, that you help her wake up when the alarm goes off.

    The purpose of the alarm is to wake your child up in the time frame of the wetting so that your child gets up and physically goes to the bathroom (even if there is a full void on the bed). As this continues, there will be a bladder to brain connection of going to the bathroom.

    G
    Graniela Z.

    Malem Ultimate Bedwetting Alarm

    M
    Molly L.
    Mixed opinions

    I went into this experience planning to follow all the "rules"; i.e. be consistent, don't give up until it's accomplished... but after the 12th night when my 5.5 year-old peed 4 times in 4 hours, we had to throw in the towel. It became clear to me that things were actually getting worse-- I believe what happened is all the waking up made her more tired, which made her sleep deeper and pee more. Additionally, we were all becoming exhausted and frustrated as a family.

    Once we went back to diapers and caught up on sleep however, we noticed that she started having a few dry nights a week, which was new. I guess it semi-worked and helped us make some progress. We may come back to it if progress stalls, but for us it didn't work to do it according to the recommendations. I hope this helps others who are clawing their eyeballs out from lack of sleep!

    I will add that my child is a deep sleeper (we had to wake her despite the alarm every night and guide her to the bathroom-- she was very confused almost like sleep walking), has hyperactive ADHD, and has a history of Neuroblastoma (tumor that originated at lumbar 3 & 4 with two abdominal/pelvic surgeries). There are probably many reasons she is still bed-wetting, so I only mention that because she might be a bit of an anomaly in some ways.

    One other thing for the manufacturers-- I can't see how any child could actually operate the "quick clip" on their own. Even I struggled to get a small piece of underwear fabric into the mouth of the clip. Also, if you don't wipe every last drop of pee or they leak one more drop after you put the underwear on, you have the very intense and stressful experience of hearing the alarm immediately as you try to reposition the clip. This was very stressful for my child. I would probably buy a different design if I were to do it again.

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