ph. 0418 644 707

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Drops of urine
Signal alarm unit (by wire or radio)
Alarm Sounds
Child wakes up (trains the brain)

Local Advice and Product Delivery - Bed Wetting Alarms Australia

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Clinically proven - 90% success rate according to an independently audited study.
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Typical treatment time 6-8 weeks, suitable for both boys and girls
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Made of conductive plastic, the Urosensors are kind on your child’s sensitive skin.
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Dedicated Australian support from local staff with over 30 years experience assisting with bedwetting.

New Break-Through Technologies unique to the DRI Sleeper® Eclipse

  • Long term battery life of up to 3 years (not 7 days or 1 month as in some other bed wetting alarms)
  • World Patent Pending Urosensor™ technology – it’s the only non-metal urine sensor ever. So there’s no corrosion by urine, no skin irritation, and easy to clean for instant reuse.
  • The Urosensor™ docks on the DRI Sleeper® alarm unit when not being used and engages a second level of the battery saving technology.
  • The special electronics make the wireless Urosensor™ the thinnest of them all.

Plus all these features:

  • No wires between alarm and sensor.
  • DRI Sleeper® bedwetting alarm unit size: 80 x 40 x 20mm (3 x 1.5 x 0.75 inches)
  • High volume with a tamper-proof volume adjustment.
  • Designed like a small 'space rocket' for child appeal.
  • The Urosensor™ can transmit to more than one DRI Sleeper® alarm unit, and so there can be another receiver in a parent's or carer's room.
  • Big detecting area to detect the urine.

How to use the Eclipse Wireless Bedwetting Alarms:

  1. Put the Urosensor™ in the underwear (inside a minipad is best - click for alternatives).
  2. Place the DRI Sleeper® alarm unit on a table away from the bed so the child has to wake completely to turn it off.
  3. Switch on the DRI Sleeper® alarm and that's all.
     

When the Urosensor™ is wet with the first drops of urine, it sends a radio signal to the extra loud DRI Sleeper® alarm unit and triggers the alarm – treatment has begun.

 

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The DRI Sleeper® Excel bedwetting alarm unit features:

  • DRI Sleeper® bedwetting alarm unit size: 60 x 40 x 15mm (2.25 x 1.5 x 0.5 inches)
  • Safety electronics (see below).
  • Max alerting sound (we use the sound that wakes the best).
  • Volume control (we set it to max - the control is internal so your child can't change it).
  • Child friendly colours.

How to use the DRI Sleeper® Excel Bedwetting Alarms

All it takes is 4 easy steps:

  1. Put the DRI Sleeper® alarm unit on the shoulder of pyjamas or a T-shirt using the fastening provided.
  2. Put the Urosensor™ in the underwear (inside a minipad is best - click for alternatives).
  3. Run the lead inside the pyjamas or T-shirt up to the shoulder.
  4. Plug the Urosensor™ lead into the DRI Sleeper® alarm unit.
  5. Treatment is now ready to begin!

The Urosensor™ is the key to beating bedwetting

To react to the first drops of urine, I designed the world first, patent-pending, flexible Urosensor™.

Important note: the sensor is the key to beating bedwetting. Don't be fooled by thin clips or domes on the underwear, the urine can miss (especially with boys) and not trigger the alarm.

 

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Have a Question?

If you need any help choosing the best bed wetting alarm for your kids please don't hesitate to contact Jack for professional advice.

Phone: 0418 644 707

Email: info@bedwettingalarms.com.au

Jenny -- DRI Sleeper Eclipse Special Pack

Hello I purchased the bed wetting alarm in February and I would like to say that we have had great success thank you. My 8 year old daughter was very anxious about stopping to wet the bed before her school camp later in the year. She is now sleeping without the alarm and sleeps through the night ...

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Jenni -- DRI Sleeper Excel

It is the best investment we've ever made. Our 11 year old son was still wetting the bed. We'd tried everything from restricting fluids at night, drinking programs and even medications with no success.  Our son used the alarm for only 2 weeks and has been dry ever since. He continued...

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Melissa -- DRI Sleeper Eclipse Special Pack

We are now in Week 6 and our 7 year old daughter has been dry for the last 6 nights in a row! From heavy soggy night nappies to this is incredible! She is so proud of herself. She knows she needs to use the alarm for 14 nights in a row before we stop using it. We have swapped her nappy pant for knic...

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HOW DOES IT WORK?

Drops of urine
Signal alarm unit (by wire or radio)
Alarm Sounds
Child wakes up (trains the brain)