10 Best Bed Alarms

Last Updated October 2019
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  • Help child form good habits: synchronized sound and vibration alerts at the very first drop of urine, wakes your kid and motivates him/her to finish urinating in toilet and to form a habit in 4-16 weeks.
  • What parents should do: install a night light and help waking up your child when you hear the alarm at the very beginning during the night; turn off the bedwetting alarm, guide your kid to complete the pee and reset the enuresis alarm; it will be hard for the first month, pay more patience and everything will be ok.
  • Alert child as soon as bedwtting occurs: easy to put this small and light bed wetting alarm on children's upper arm and alert them as soon as the reliable sensor detects the first drop of urine. note: to stop beeping, just release the clip from the wet underwear, shake the urine off and dry the clip with a tissue. if the beeping continue, rinse the clip under running wa...
  • How to use bed wetting alarm: activate the battery; test the alarm on wet cloth for 3 times before using; adjust band and unit; run the cord; clip the snug-fitting cotton underpants at the right position. please read instructions carefully befor you use it, it is very important.
  • Reward your child with sticker reward system: use star sticker and progress chart to record bedwetting or not, 4 weeks later you will see something different like the area of bedwetting become smaller, the time of bedwetting become fewer. it will take 3~4 months to stop bedwetting, we are always here to help you.
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  • 12" x 30" ultra-thin bed sensor pad features antimicrobial, incontinent-proof, latex-free, non-skin sensitive cover material - sensor pad is comfortable and durable for continuous use, and can be folded without damage for storage - sensor pad features durable metal connecting pin that will not break like the easily breakable plastic connectors found on all other sensor ...
  • Set includes everything needed for immediate use: sua-1y alarm monitor w/1-year warranty, 12" x 30" bed sensor pad w/14-day warranty, amh-1y alarm holder w/velcro strap, and 2x aaa batteries
  • The secure bed exit alarm set (u.s. patent no. 6,847,301) protects bedridden fall-risk patients by alerting caregivers when an attempt is made to exit the bed - sua-1y alarm monitor sounds when patient leaves the sensor pad, and will automatically reset/silence when patient returns to the sensor pad - alarm can also be silenced with the three-second-hold reset button
  • Sua-1y universal alarm monitor features flashing alert light, 80 db volume level, low battery indicator, and 3-push alarm reset - sua-1y is tamper resistant and always on for patient safety (no unsafe on/off switch that would enable patient to disable alarm) 2x aaa batteries included in set - sua-1 alarm monitor is the only alarm monitor that can be converted to a perso...
  • Alarm monitor works with all secure bed sensor pads, chair sensor pads, alarming seat belt, and toilet seat sensor pad - secure by personal safety corporation... the brand trusted by thousands of concerned care facilities throughout the us, canada, and europe since 1991
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