If you're concerned that your child suffers from bedwetting, there's a few things to consider. The first is that there can be false alarms. Alarms may sound in the event that your child is asleep as well when the rest of us gets up. Another scenario is that a sweaty child could wake the alarm, even if they're asleep. Additionally, kids can become used to hearing an alarm when they're older than five years old.
The Modo King baby bed wetting alert includes mat pad, sensor for underpants DVD, as well as two alarm sounds: low and high. This alarm will only sound when the baby wets the mattress. The alarm can be washed and is waterproof. This alarm can wake you baby at the right time to assist the child transition to dry bedding.
Rodger Dry Buddy Flex
This Dry Buddy Flex Baby Bed Wet Alarm is one of the loudest crib wetting alarm on the market. Its five-step volume control allows you to set the amount of the alarm's sound. The alarm's sound is enough to wake your little one however, it's not loud enough that it causes them to be disturbed. It is wireless, which means it is able to be carried or set on a table at bedtime. It's also impervious to sweat and can be worn by children.
This Wireless Bedwetting Alarm Kit includes the transmitter as well as the receiver. It's a complete solution to the issue of bedwetting. The transmitter is concealed in the underwear of the child. The child attaches a small transmitter the underwear. It transmits a signal the alarm, which then emits 8 tones.
The Dry Buddy Flex includes a number of additional features such as a wireless version. It also features an adjustable volume, as well as eight different alarm tones. It also includes an app that tracks the level of sleep and make adjustments.