The DRI Sleeper eclipse
Wireless bedwetting alarms are not body-worn alarms, like most other enuresis alarms you purchase for children. With a wireless bedwetting alarm, the alarm box is placed on bedside furniture in the child’s bedroom or plugged into a power socket. However, most wireless bedwetting alarms for children require a body-worn transmitter, usually clipped to the waistband of the child’s underwear, so there is still a short wire between the transmitter and the sensor.
No Clip-on transmitter required
The DRI Sleeper eclipse is unique among wireless enuresis alarms. They only have two parts: a small plastic sensor which is also a transmitter, and an alarm box. The sensor goes right inside the underwear to capture the first drops of urine and the alarm box is placed on bedside furniture. This means your child does not have to wear an uncomfortable, bulky transmitter in bed.
Cut the cord!
Your kids live in a wireless world. Cords can be uncomfortable and pull out which interrupts alarm training - a wireless sensor avoids that problem and is much more comfortable and effective for your child. You can also use our wireless Urosensor in pull-ups so your child does not need to soak the bed during alarm training.
Why wireless alarms are ideal for restless sleepers
The DRI Sleeper eclipse wireless alarm is great for restless sleepers as there are no cords to get tangled in or pull out by accident (or deliberately if your child does not want to get out of bed when the alarm triggers!). Also, the alarm box can be placed discreetly out of sight for older children who may be embarrassed about using a bedwetting alarm, or, if necessary, at a distance from the bed to ensure they get up when it triggers rather than reach out to turn it off and go back to sleep.
Pro tip: Put the Alarm out of reach!
As a wireless alarm it isn't required to be close to your child. Put the alarm on a shelf or out of reach so your child needs to get up to turn it off. Sometimes children prefer to stay warm and don't wake easily - a wireless alarm will help!
DRI Sleeper's Hi-tech Urosensor
The DRI Sleeper eclipse Urosensors are made of a patented, conductive plastic so they are easy to clean and dry for instant re-use and they won’t corrode. What’s more, they go directly inside your child’s underwear, rather than being attached to the outside, which means they can be used with pull-ups and diapers. They have a long-life battery which will last at least a year if the alarm is used every night and triggers twice a night. This is much, much longer than the average bedwetting treatment time.
It is safety first with our wireless bedwetting alarms. With a 3V battery, there is only a tiny current passing through the sensor: you can put it on your tongue and trigger the alarm but you will feel nothing. Also, the brief, low-frequency transmissions that occur when the sensor detects urine are completely safe for your child’s delicate skin area.
Parental Monitor Alarm - Help for deep sleepers
A particularly useful feature of DRI Sleeper wireless bedwetting alarms is that the sensor can be used with two alarms which mean parents can have an alarm in their room which will trigger at the same time the child’s alarm triggers. Parents of very deep sleepers find this invaluable to alert them so they can get up and ensure their child responds promptly to the alarm.
Also, because the sensor can transmit up to 12M (40 feet), the alarm can be placed in the parents’ room instead of the child’s room when night-time toilet training very young children or those who may be frightened by the alarm.
Today we are offering you a Special Package that includes an extra alarm or the Parent’s room at a heavily discounted price. A quick response from you when your child wets the bed will help them learn when their bladder is full at night time. Check it out here.