Only regret is not getting one sooner. Our girl has started to wake up to the bathroom, which never happened before.
So please to hear your girls is getting up on her own. Well done :)
We got this alarm roughly 8 weeks ago and the challenge we have is that my son's a very a deep sleeper. I am optimistic this will work but we do have to go to him each time the alarm is ringing and make sure he still get up and go to the toilet and to help him get changed if he's wet himself. He is only just starting to go through longer periods of not wetting himself and he does wake up in the morning just before the alarm triggers to get to the toilet. I reckon it'll work soon but I have got to be patient and give it time. He just loves his sleep too much - don't blame him!
It sounds like you are putting in a great effort, making progress and will soon be successful. We wish you all the best and hope he soon makes 14 dry nights.
The sensor is easy to put in the pants and my son is comfortable with it, but it takes a bit too long to ring, so when it does, it's too late and the boy is too wet
This sounds like it could be improved by changing the way the sensor is placed. You might find these videos helpful or get in contact with me and i'll talk you through it.
I have tried previous alarms that did not wake my son as he is a very heavy sleeper, and had cords so I was concerned about safety. This alarm is safe and loud enough to wake my son. We have been using it now for about a month and a half and have not yet beaten the bedwetting, but are definitely on our way. He is starting to wake before the alarm goes off, but not quite make it to the toilet yet, so definitely making progress and I would be happy to recommend this alarm to others.
It sounds like progress is being made! If you are looking for tips on helping deep sleepers then check out my blog post: https://dri-sleeper.com/deepsleep
My 9 year old had never had more than 3 nights dry in a row until using this product. We're now at the end of week three without an accident and stopped using the alarm after 14 dry nights. It took about 6 weeks to get to that point. Really pleased.
That is a great result! Congratulations to you and your 9 year old.