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  • DryEasy Bedwetting Alarm with Volume Control, 6 Selectable Sounds and Vibration
  • DryEasy Bedwetting Alarm with Volume Control, 6 Selectable Sounds and Vibration
  • DryEasy Bedwetting Alarm with Volume Control, 6 Selectable Sounds and Vibration
  • DryEasy Bedwetting Alarm with Volume Control, 6 Selectable Sounds and Vibration

DryEasy

DryEasy Bedwetting Alarm with Volume Control, 6 Selectable Sounds and Vibration

DryEasy

DryEasy Bedwetting Alarm with Volume Control, 6 Selectable Sounds and Vibration

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Product Description Product Description
  • New and improved toggle clamp locks the sensor securely in place. Reliable sensor detects the first drop of urine and alerts the child as soon as bedwetting occurs.
  • 6 sounds to suit users' preference and avoid users from getting used of a particular sound. With options to choose a single sound or play the 6 sounds at random.
  • 4 levels of digital volume control to cater to different needs. Support max. loudness of 85 db.
  • Operation modes including sound plus vibration, sound only and vibration only.
  • FDA registered, CE certified, ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485 (for medical devices).
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Great tool (not magic bullet) for conquering bedwettingWe used this for my 9 yr old son and he has been accident free for over 4 months now. It is a great product - very sensitive moisture detection.BUT if you think you can just buy this and clip it on your child and your problem will be solved, you are likely in for disappointment. This is only a tool (a critical one) to be used in a difficult and determined effort.This is how we did it...We waited until we knew we would have several weeks where we would be at home with him during the night. No sleeping away from home and no babysitters.He sleeps in a bunk bed with his younger brother, so for the training period we moved his brother to another room, and then my spouse and I took turns sleeping in the bottom bunk. When we would hear the alarm go off, we would get him up immediately, talking to him and making sure he woke up as much as possible, and lead him to the bathroom.The alarm is loud and vibrates, but it didn't wake him up. We had to do that part or this never would have worked.We continued with this plan for around a month, until there were very few alarms and he was waking up by himself at night to go to the bathroom.Then we had him continue to wear the alarm for a few more weeks, and we slept with a baby monitor that would allow us to hear the alarm going off. He had a few more alarms, but they were all just where a tiny bit of urine got out and he woke up by himself. Then we removed the alarm and he has been 100% accident free ever since!We did experience one or two 'false alarms' from him sweating while he slept. Also, you have to be sure to have them change their underwear even if they have just a tiny accident, or else the monitor will sound again when you re-attach it.Great product, but, like I said, it is a tool, not a magic bullet. 5We're happy our child finally stopped bedwetting!This was the cheapest bedwetting alarm at the time we bought it. It worked after a week and a half of training! Our child was struggling for a long time before we got this, but after receiving this alarm mid-summer, it helped him immensely and now he has not wet his bed since. Also, youtube had a video instruction of this product which we watched. We lent this to a friend and they have also had success with their child. The issues we saw were the sensor clip was not easy to put on, but it stayed on once attached. You can also test the alarm by just putting some water on your finger tip and touching the sensor. We normally do not write reviews, but since this product worked and our child is done bedwetting we wanted recommend this product to other parents that have been struggling with their child's bedwetting. 5Lots of options!This is the 2nd type of bedwetting alarm we've used in our home. The first was a little simpler, and the only reason we purchased a different one is because I thought the first was broken (my husband informed me that he had dropped it in the toilet while taking our son to the bathroom). That said, our son prefers this one, so I'm glad we got it!Our oldest son is 10. We have gone back and forth with bedwetting alarms for at least the past 5 years. He can be accident-free for months on end, wet one night, and fall right back into a pattern of wetting nightly. We have discussed this with his pediatrician, who assures us there is nothing medical to be concerned about; it's simply a neurological maturity thing and eventually it will cease. Well, when you're 10 and have to secretly put on a pull up at a sleepover, it can be embarrassing.So here is what I like about this particular alarm: the multiple options & the general durability. My son actually selected the sound/vibration setting and chose the volume he wanted. He picked one with a beep and a vibration, though there were a few different tones to choose from as well as the option to only use the sound or only use the vibration. In addition, there are a variety of volumes. He chose one he thought he would wake up to without scaring him half to death. The other brand we have has only one volume: super loud. Ironically, my son learned to tune it out. This one has woken him every night. As far as the quality goes, I am confident that I can drop this and it won't break. Although the mechanism clips to the shirt and the underpants, the wire that connects the two ends is long enough to reach even on a larger child, but I'm not trying to tuck inches upon inches of excess wire into his pants at night.So does it work? Yes. It took my son four nights of semi-dry (waking up and stopping himself from emptying his bladder when the slightest bit of wetness was detected), going to the bathroom once during the night, before he had an 8-night dry streak. He would go to bed between 8:30-9 pm and wake up between 6 and 7:30 am. He then had one night when he wet slightly at 5 am, and is back to a dry streak. The "instructions" recommend 2 full weeks of total dryness before packing it up. We will certainly follow this recommendation.The down side is that if you're planning a trip or sending your kid overnight somewhere, you either skip a night or two and risk regression or you pack it up and inconvenience your host! Either of those options, compared to washing sheets on a daily basis and changing said sheets in the middle of the night, are preferable, in my opinion.So why did I only give this 4 stars? The clip is tricky. Fumbling with it in the middle of the night is frustrating, and my son is not coordinated enough to clip it by himself. There is a weird mechanism to it. On the flip side, our other brand occasionally pulled off during the night. This sucker is not going anywhere!These devices are not super cheap, however when it comes to your kid's self-esteem and the endless cycle of sheet washing, you're probably not concerned with price! It's worth it. We will certainly hold on to this, because even after 2 weeks, there might be an incident that triggers regression. I might even send it to college with him (joke).One last thing: I found a saddle-style waterproof pad that I put on top of the fitted sheet for extra protection during this process, and always a waterproof mattress cover beneath. And, until he went 5-nights dry, I made him wear a pull up over top of his underpants. It's worth the hassle, and helps to set a mini-goal along the way! 4It works, Give it a try!We have been using this product for 6 weeks now. My son is 7yrs old and never had a dry night before using this alarm system. I have nothing but positive things to say. He is currently dry 5 nights a week when he is not dry he usually only slightly wets before he awakens. He does not find the clip that attaches to his underwear uncomfortable. The alarm box we attach to his sheet as opposed to his clothing and It is loud. It does involve a lot of work at first. Parent involvement is essential!!!! Even if at first your child does not respond to the alarm go in wake them up take them to the bathroom. Give it some time and they will begin to do it on their own. After about 10 days We noticed instead of fully emptying his bladder he would hold and wake up. Soon after he began holding it for longer periods at night. Now he is making it 11-12 hrs before having to pee. The clip is awkward at first but it never comes unattached. The alarm sensor is ultra sensitive so it responds as soon as they begin to pee. We have been so pleased. Our journey is not over but we have every reason to believe that completely dry nights are in our near future. Be patient, stick with it! 5Effectiveness 5 Stars. User Friendliness 2 Stars. PLEASE CONSIDER REDESIGN!First, to give praise where praise is due, this product took my 6 year old daughter from nightly accidents to dry in 3 months, which is nothing short of miraculous given all the other methods we tried! When I tell you we tried EVERYTHING from restricting evening beverages to double voiding to visiting Pediatric Urology specialists to rewards to waking her in the middle of every night to pee to you name it, but THIS started to show results in the first 3 weeks, I mean it!That all being said, while this product is VERY effective, it really needs a redesign for usability by young children, especially girls. The cord and underwear clip are very stiff and large, which frankly is very uncomfortable when clipped between your legs and running under your PJs. The alarm is also large and hard, which makes it hang down on any pj it is clipped on and very uncomfortable to sleep on if you are a side or stomach sleeper, which my daughter is. We solved this issue mostly by clipping the unit to a pee-pad on her bed (which we anchored with sheet suspenders), but it was still far from ideal. We also had our daughter wear underwear under a pull up with the sensor clipped to the underwear inside, which helped pad her legs from the plastic sensor a bit as well as eliminated the need to strip the bed in the middle of the night while she was still learning.The BIGGEST issue is turning the darn unit off! The unit will sound so long as the sensor is wet, even if you hit the reset button on the side. This means the ONLY way to stop it is to dry off the sensor or disconnect the cord. NEITHER of these options are easily done by a young child in the middle of the night. This system pretty much forces parents to wake up every night with the child to help them, even if they have had a tiny accident and went to the bathroom correctly afterward. We solved this by teaching our daughter to uninstall the cord (it's like an ethernet or telephone cord with a small clear clip to press in), but it required a lot of hand strength from her. If she wasn't so super motivated to night train, she would have totally given up on this unit in the first week, with very valid reasons. Lucky for us, she was desperate to night train, so she stuck it out while we figured out all these hack solutions. Once we figured out to A) put a pull up over her underwear B) run the cord out from her waist / the pull up to the alarm clipped to the bed C) teach her to unclip the cord from the alarm, she could independently wake from the alarm, go pee, take off her soiled underwear / pull up if needed, and go back to sleep, which I believe was the key to her success. It became HER project without the embarrassment of having to wake the whole house every night, which I presume would be an even bigger deal to older kids. I definitely recommend this unit with these hacks to any parent, as it really does work so well!Please, if the manufacturer reads these comments, try to make a new unit with A) a thinner, flatter, nylon braided cord B) a small flatter underwear clip C) a flatter softer padded alarm unit and D) a silence button that actually works or a cord that is easier to uninstall or an underwear clip that is easier to undo! My kids are now both night trained, YIPPEEE, but the next parent (and kid) will love you for it! 4My son has been responding to it but I wouldn't recommend it. The random feature appears to have stopped ...It works. My son has been responding to it but I wouldn't recommend it. The random feature appears to have stopped working which was main reason to buy. If not for the random feature, I would recommend a rechargeable one, much cheaper on the batteries and you can just plug in like once a week. I bought this one because my son had gotten used to the sound of the previous one and slept right through it. With the random sounds he wakes up. Luckily whatever sound its stuck on now has been getting him up.Update: changing review to 1 star. There is absolutely no support for this alarm. It is nice when it works, but warranty is worth nothing if no one responds. I have tried emailing 4 or five times now over the past month.Update: Dryeasy got back to me and issued a refund. Apparently my email was going to their Spam folder. I can understand that, I've had it happen to me. Updated to 3 stars as honestly I would go with the Tequin alarm that I had originally. Just about the same price and rechargable. This one eats batteries and on the previous one the clip didn't take 7 tries to get it to hold. So if your son is a very deep sleeper like mine and can easily sleep through the alarm if its the same, this could work well. If you can get away with one tone, I would look for something else. 3So glad I purchased this!About the product: I feel the clips are adequate and we have not had any problems with the alarm staying where it's supposed to be. The cable is long enough to where my son can just go pee and not need to remove it.The sensor is super sensitive and you will need to change your child's underwear when the alarm rings because it needs to be attached to underwear that is completely dry. If the alarm has rung, chances are there's some moisture on the underwear already. Have some bed pads ready and some clean underwear available for possible frequent changes in the night. I ended up layering bed pads on his bed so I could just take the top one off and not have to put a new one on while we were both exhausted and disoriented. It's no fun making a bed in the middle of the night!The alarm has several sounds and volumes. I love the different options it offers. I'm also so glad there was such a cheap option available. I think purchases over about 10 times before I make them and I felt like spending close to $100 on a bedwetting alarm that may or may not work was too much for me to go ahead with the purchase, especially when the others don't have the most gleaming reviews either. However, at this price, vs the annoyance of putting diapers on my son for almost a decade it was worth the risk and I'm so glad I went for it! So is my husband and so is my son!Now to the experience with the product:We have been using this alarm with my 7 year old son for 7 nights. I followed the instructions and moved into my son's room to provide a quick response to the alarm if it went off. The first few nights felt like I had a newborn again with all the wakings and underwear changes. Also, on those days I was not using the sticker chart. I decided to read more into bedwetting alarms (because I already felt concerned about it not working, probably because I was exhausted from lack of sleep) and found Dr. Greene's website which offers advice about using these devices.I decided to use the sticker chart and offer a small reward if we had 7 dry nights in a row. I also talked to him about his urinary system and offered some child relevant imagery such as picturing his bladder as a gate that he opens when it's full and being conscious of the gate letting out urine in the night and taking control over it while he sleeps just like he does during the day. (Thanks Dr. Greene!) That very same night that we had the talk, we started the stickers and he has been dry every night since. On the first night, the alarm went off and he got up to potty (just once and slept the rest of the night). The second night he got up to go once without needing the alarm and slept the rest of the night. Last night he held it all night long. So far so good. Much better than the first 4 nights! I feel like the alarm provides that extra level of conscious awareness that he needs to be slightly alert at night if he's going to succeed. He woke up today gleaming with pride and excitement. I'm very happy with this product and even happier that I continued to do research without giving up because I didn't think it was working. I think the imagery, the reward system and the alarm together are doing the trick. I'm looking forward to training my 5 year old soon after my oldest is done.On a side note, I read on the dr's site that most kids who do not wake up to the alarm are great candidates for success, the key is not giving up. Secondly, that once a child is trained on the alarm, regression is very rare (yay!). And he also mentioned that when you offer a reward, it's hard to sleep deeply because you're excited about the reward. That resonated with me because I know I cannot sleep when I have something exciting the next day, I can see why the reward system works even with the deepest sleepers.Anyway my suggestion would be to continue reading up on these alarms and to not give up. Even if my son has a few accidents this week, progress has been made and I'm determined to walk him through this because these past three nights are the first nights in his life that he has had ever been dry in the morning. Something is definitely happening!UPDATE: 8/21/15My son had his 14th dry night last night! Yay! He can now continue on without the alarm. The rewards worked so well that my youngest (5 years old) was so jealous and excited that he just HAD to start his alarm training today. I ended up staying in the room until his 7th dry night and moved back into mine. Tonight I'm moving back in to start with our youngest. I'm hoping and praying it'll work just as fast and as easily as it did with our 7yr old. I will update again on our second experience. 5worked beyond our expectationsMy son just turned 7 and was never dry. He would wet the bed multiple times a night. When we were trying to move away from pullups I'd take him at 11:30 when I was going to bed, I'd set an alarm and take him at 2:30, and I'd take him at 6am when I got up. And he'd regularly be wet all 3 times. His mattress protector was literally falling apart from being washed so much. And he got it honest - his grandfather and 2 uncles regularly wet the bed into their teens.He was a super deep sleeper, so we went with this alarm since it had volume control. I ended up being unimpressed with the volume settings - I couldn't really tell a difference. The first week or so, he was wet every night (and sometimes more than once). But now we was waking up right away instead of sleeping through it. The second week his underwear was damp but the bed wasn't wet. (Not changing sheets every day is amazing!) The third week and following he's been all dry. It worked beyond our expectations.The device is very easy to use. After a few days, my son was clipping it on himself. He really likes the chart with the stickers (see picture) and enjoys seeing his progress. In short - I highly recommend. 5This Alarm Works!!This may be a lengthy review, but I do hope if you have a child with chronic bed wetting issues, you will take the time to read through my experience. And if you don t want to read throught just know that I LOVE this little device and it works!My son is almost 7, and he has been wetting the bed since he was potty trained at just before 3-years-old. I finally spoke to his doctor, because I was fed up with washing cloth training pants and sheets every. single. day. She suggested the alarm, explaining that it helps to wake even the deepest of sleepers.We had him sleep in our room on his old crib mattess so that I could wake up too to help him the first few times. The second two nights (which were really the first two, but my son was a little too enthusiastic and marked the first night off before we actually used the alarm ) he did sleep through the alarm. But as the days progressed as soon as the alarm would go off he would stop peeing and get up and go to the bathroom. It was like a miracle!The second week was a little tougher, but I knew this was going to take six weeks at the least and 12 at the most. And as you can see from his chart we ve only had one heavy bed wetting day since the second week.We just finished week 6 and last night he asked if he could sleep without the alarm. I was little nervous to let him, but he had all dry days this week, so I gave it shot, and sure enough he was just fine! Couple of things I wanted to mention were in regards to two negative reviews. One person said she was worried about the cord being too long. So I put the alarm on my son and took some pictures showing, it s not possible for the cord to wrap around their neck. Also if anyone is worried about the length you can easily shorten the wire by wrapping the arm band around it, or just having your child wear a night shirt.The second person seemed to think the batteries died quickly. It s possible the device they received was defective, but we ve had it for 6 weeks now and I have not had to change the batteries once. There were a couple of times when the alarm didn t go off resulting in heavy wetting, but I realized it was because he was laying on his side and I hadn t placed the sensor in the middle of his underwear. As soon as I fixed that problem the alarm would go off at the first drop of wettness.For anyone who feels like this is invasive trying to attach the alarm to your child s underwear, I just attach it to a clean pair and have him change at night, so that I m not trying to attach it while he s wearing them. It s easier to clip it on without him wearing them anyway. He did complain a few times about it pinching so I would have to adjust it. But my son has Sensory Processing Disorder, so I m amazed that he has worn this alarm consistently, and thankful because it works!I hope you got through this review, and I hope you decide to give this a try. I would recommend it anyone who s child sleeps so deeply they can t wake up to go to the bathroom, it was been a miracle for us! 5We are finally done with bedwetting!It doesn't have to be this alarm, but an alarm in general. We tried an alarm for our son when he was probably 6 or 7. Our pediatrician told us that they were very effective in training kids who had bedwetting problems. When he was 6 or 7, it would work for a couple of months, but then he would regress. Flash forward to now, when he is 11, almost 12. Yes, we've been dealing with this for that long. We tried everything. Sitting him down on the toilet every night before bedtime and making sure he pooped. Attending a "seminar" on bedwetting at the Children's Hospital that blamed the whole thing on not pooping often enough. Stopping liquids after 6 p.m. - you name it, we tried it. It has been an awful journey.We decided to give the alarm another try. I tried this one, but it is just like the previous one we used. What's changed is that he is now 5 years older. His brain has grown, as has his anatomy. Given that he was going into middle school and his school does a sleep away trip the first week of school, all my memories of teasing and nastiness of middle school came flooding back. He was going to a brand new school where he knew no one and the thought of everyone's first impression of him being a pee soaked, stinky sleeping bag was more than this mother could handle. So, I bought the alarm in early August, hoping against hope that he'd be "cured" by the end of August.Never in my wildest dreams did I think this time would work. But it did! The first few nights, the alarm went off several times a night and then it quickly went down to once a night and then once every few nights and then not at all. Did you hear that? Not at all!!! I even checked the batteries on the alarm thinking something wasn't working right. But then I'd check his bed and it was dry as a bone. Unbelievable. I'm still in shock. I was hopeful that we'd eventually reach a point where I could send him off to college having conquered bedwetting, but I didn't expect it to happen now and so quickly. I happily sent him off on his middle school overnight trip knowing he'd licked this.I would say this.....every kid is different when it comes to conquering this. They all have their own timelines. We had tried so many, many things in the early years and nothing seemed to have a lasting effect. I think I had finally just kind of given up and trusted that his maturity and anatomy would eventually take over and conquer it. For the last 4-5 years, we've been using those Nighttimes pads that you insert into waterproof underwear. Those could hold a lot of pee, but not everything. We were still washing sheets every other day.I am so happy I finally tried this again. If you're ready to pull your hair out like I was, I would suggest getting one of these and trying it every so often if the first time doesn't work for you. And, most importantly, don't give up hope. It will happen, but on his/her own timeline.Good luck. 5
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