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Eclipse Duet - wireless bedwetting alarm with parental monitor



DRI Sleeper eclipse wireless bedwetting alarm plus an extra-alarm base unit for the parent's bedroom. The wireless, battery-powered alarms (battery included) can be near the child and with a parent up to 35 feet (11 metres)away.

 

Questions Parents often ask

Will this work for my child?
Most likely, a bedwetting alarm solves bedwetting for up to 9 in 10 young people. We have many resources and lots of experience so can guide you if needed.
How long will it take?
Typically, 70% of young people will be dry in 2 to 12 weeks using our alarms. Some are quicker, some take longer. We encourage you to use the resources we provide and talk to our adviser to get the best outcome for your young person.
Is it safe?
Yes it is very safe. Our alarms are registered with regulatory agencies around the world. The wireless sensor transmits twice for 1.3 seconds and ONLY when the alarm triggers. It also uses safe frequencies approved for medical devices. Read more.
The sensor contains Safety Electronics which means no risk of skin irrritation.
There are no metal contacts so no part of the sensor will corrode or deteriorate in urine.
Is it easy?
It is easier than changing then washing sheets everyday! The alarm will wake you and your child up, but it will quickly become routine. Take a break if it gets too much.
Should we continue to use diapers?
We suggest ditching the diapers as they can remove the feeling of wetness which may interfere with the learning process. If you need the diapers to reduce the stress or mess, then go for it.
Won’t they just grow out of it?
Children may eventually learn not to wet the bed on their own. If you think about it, you taught them not to wet themselves during the day – why would you not teach them to not wet during the night?
Do they wet the bed because of low hormones?
Many children have low levels of the hormones that regulate urine production at night, but DON’T wet the bed. If hormones are an issue then your doctor may prescribe medication to use along with the alarm.
My child wets the bed because they are deep sleepers – will the alarm help?
Yes, you can use our strategies for deep sleepers to help them sleep learn to sleep dry. Remember MANY children are deep sleepers and don’t wet the bed.

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Customer Reviews

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6 kids, three bed wetters...

Our first we tried all sorts of things and saw a specialist etc to no avail. Tried this out on first child and worked perfectly.... have bought three units now over about 10-15 years and the wireless eclipse is just unbelievably great.... .just follow the guides, make sure you wait until child is old enough to be ready and understand what is going on with practice etc - suggest about 4 YO minimum ... this was just the best thing we have done to help our kids and us have a much easier (and say good bye to diapers!) life

Wow! That is a really special achievement! We are thrilled the Eclipse was able to help.
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Great Device

I bought this based on reviews and I wasn’t disappointed. It is expensive but it was worth it. I’ve tried other alarms and they annoyed my child so much she took them out.
This is discreet, reliable and it is effective. It is a commitment but when you put the effort and time in it does work and has changed my daughters habits. Shes a very deep sleeper but this has worked really well and she is now sleeping through the night without being wet in the morning.

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It worked!!

I wanted to leave this review to encourage others who are looking for a bed-wetting solution. I’m thrilled to report that it worked for us! Here’s our story. Our daughter (she’s 5), has always been a bed wetter. She slept so heavily at night that she could never wake herself to go to the toilet. I decided that enough was enough and started to google bed setting solutions and came across the dri eclipse wireless alarm. At first I wasn’t sure how this would work, but we wrapped it in some tissue and popped it in my daughter’s knickers at night (we also used pull ups so that we weren’t changing the bed so regularly at first). The first week she continued to wet the bed, but slowly started to adjust to the alarm and started to finish urinating in the toilet during the night. After about 3 weeks she started to go dry throughout the night, occasionally waking to go to the toilet. I was so happy! We had a good 3 or 4 weeks of dry nights but then she relapsed and started bed wetting again. This was the same time her first tooth was about to come out which I wonder was the cause. She wet the bed again for another week and so we started to use the alarm again as per Karen’s recommendation. Within another week we were back to dry nights and since then (about 2 months now), our daughter has been dry every single night. I’m so pleased! She can even travel on a long haul plane without wearing a pull-up! Thank you to the Dri sleeper team. I didn’t think this could work and I’m so grateful that we decided to give it a go and that it worked for us. Good luck to others out there!