The DRI Sleeper® Eclipse alarm uses a remote wireless sensor to detect bedwetting. Simply place the small Urosensor™ in the child's underwear and the DRI Sleeper® Eclipse receiver on a nearby bedside table. When wetting starts, the Urosensor™ will trigger the receiver alarm, sounding a loud alert and waking the child.
Features of the Dri Sleeper® Eclipse bedwetting alarm:
- No wires between alarm and sensor
- DRI Sleeper alarm unit size: 70 x 40 x 20mm
- High volume with 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, so there can be another receiver in a parent's or carer's room
- Big detecting area to detect urine
- Battery will last for three months of nightly use triggering twice a night and therefore shouldn't need changing during the normal treatment period
Urosensor™ technology – the only non-metal urine sensor means there is no corrosion by urine, no skin irritation, and is easy to clean for instant reuse. The sensor will last at least a year if used nightly and triggers the alarm twice a night. The special electronics make the wireless Urosensor™ completely safe. For instructions on pairing the alarm please click here
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Please note that the sensors are replaceable items. They do wear out and are not covered by the guarantee.
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"My daughter wore this for about 2 nights before she was either waking for a wee or dry all night!!! Amazing! She had a couple of accidents but so far has been dry for 5 nights!! She said the thought of it going off really bothered her so I guess that's how it works as well as becoming aware of physicalities involved. We've got another week to be dry until no alarm. My daughter is 9 and so pleased." Ruth, January 2019