The Malem wireless bedwetting alarm can be placed on a bedside table and the Easy-Clip© sensor can be attached to close-fitting underwear. It is a comfortable, compact and light-weight alarm that is great for children who don't wear pyjamas in bed.
Attach the small transmitter (3.8 cm) to the waistband and the Easy-Clip© sensor to the outside of the child's underwear. The receiver can be placed on a bedside table or up to 25 meters from the bed, however, for the treatment and cure of enuresis (bedwetting), the receiver must be in the same room as the transmitter.
Bedwetting alarm features:
- Uses Malem’s famous unisex Easy-Clip© sensor
- Choose from eight sounds
- Eight random sounds to prevent ‘Auditory Accommodation’
- Flashing LED light
- Volume control
- Battery operated (no mains electricity)
- Advanced auto channel tuning with 64 choices
- Long range up to 25 metres
- Additional receivers can be purchased for parents/carers
- Can be used for geriatric incontinence management
ERIC also stocks additional or replacement receivers and transmitters.
Read our 10 top tips for successful bedwetting alarm treatment.
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"It worked amazingly well and my seven year old who had previously never had a dry night in her life is now free from nappies. We followed the instructions to the letter and watched the videos before starting which I think helped. You need to put the sensor right down in the middle of the gusset to catch the wee as soon as it comes out but when we had learned this it was very successful. Even after being dry for a while she would wear the alarm to reassure her that if she started wetting it would go off but she now doesn’t need to at all." Parent - July 2019
I can’t recommend it highly enough. It has literally changed our lives! - Lexi Ashford
Excellent product, easy to use. 1 year later my daughter remains dry through the night. - Becky Hart