$ 170.00 NZD
Hello, I have a dri sleeper bedwetting alarm I have been using with my seven year old son for ten weeks now. It’s been fantastic as except for the first two weeks we haven’t had a single wet bed.
We have been following all of the advice in your email for the past five weeks and we have seen a massive improvement. After the second week he was dry for six nights in a row, the following week the alarm went off four times (only once during the night) and his underpants were only wet a small amount. The following week the alarm only went off once and again only his underpants were wet. We are currently in a stretch of six nights dry and hoping for this to continue.
Thank you so much for your assistance, any advice is greatly appreciated.
Hello Karen, I can confirm that this alarm has already worked after about 2 - 3 weeks usage! Can’t rate this highly enough and our 6 year old boy has basically gone from being wet every night (without fail) to now getting up on his own accord and going to the toilet in the night and being dry (pull up free!) in the morning! Even held wee in till the morning on a couple of occasions over last week! Incredibly effective product and will obviously be giving 5 stars on Amazon shortly (which says something as very rarely leave product reviews!)
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|Two-part wireless system with NO wires||
|Patented moulded plastic Urosensor||
|Urosensor goes right inside the underpants||Best position for quick detection of urine leakage. Completely safe and no risk of skin irritation.|
|Urosensorcan be inserted inside pull-ups or diapers||Child can stay in diapers or pull-ups during training|
|No metal contacts||Doesn’t corrode or deteriorate in urine|
53 x 25 x 10mm (2.1 x 1.0 x 0.4 inches), 11 grams
Ideal size for maximum detection of urine
|Safety wireless electronics||The DRI Sleeper eclipse uses a 3V battery so it consumes only a tiny current. With just a few micro amps passing through the Urosensor™ for less than a second you can put the Urosensor™ on your tongue and trigger the alarm but you will feel nothing. Once it senses moisture the DRI Sleeper® eclipse Urosensor™ sends two low frequency transmissions of 1.4 seconds with a break of 0.3 seconds between them. It is safe because it is not the very high frequency of radio waves (microwave) that can cause damage through the heating of tissue, plus the transmission is very brief and not continuous.|
|Urosensor can transmit to more than one alarm||Parents / caregivers can have an alarm in their bedroom|
|Maximum alerting alarm||
|Volume adjustment inside alarm unit||Tamper-proof|
|Alarm dimensions||Light and compact - 70 x 40 x 20mm (2.8 x 1.5 x 0.75 inches), 30 grams|
|Alarm comes with CR2354 ‘coin’ battery||Will last for at least three months of nightly use triggering twice a night and therefore shouldn’t need changing during the normal treatment period|
Urosensor includes long life battery with special battery saving technology
The reason why most other wireless alarms have a separate transmitter which the sensor must be plugged into is that the sensors cannot be sealed due to inadequate battery life. The battery in many wireless alarms has to be changed regularly, often at monthly intervals.
The alarm comes with a 1 year manufacturer's warranty.