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.
Please note that the sensors for all the bedwetting alarms we sell are replaceable items. They do wear out and are not covered by the guarantee.
Replacement sensors for the DRI Sleeper Eclipse alarm are available in our shop.
Did lots of research around bed wetting alarms when our 8 yo deep sleeper was getting upset about still wear pyjama pants or as he calls them, nappies. Had to do our best to support him. After lots of research we purchased this through Eric. Read all the manufacturer’s tips on success. So very glad we did. Didn’t think it was going to work at first as it just wasn’t waking him up. But it woke us up and we then woke him up. Tucked the sensor into pyjama pants to ease up on the washing. Persevered with alarm going off anywhere from once to three times a night. Within two weeks he was getting up to go to the toilet by himself. We are now in dry night 13! So happy for our little man. This product works! Would highly recommended it.
I was very sceptical when my wife purchased this for my 10yr old who was still in pull ups at night with heavy incontinence and extremely embarrassed by her predicament ... however within the week she was dry throughout the night and is now so happy and confident. I don't know how it does it but its like magic ... an absolutely brilliant device! Yes its expensive but for my childs mental health its been worth every penny!
I was so sceptical about the bed wetting alarms in general , went for the wireless and really glad I did but honestly cannot compare as have no experience of anything else. I think it’s been about a month of using and bed wetting has slowed right down and if the alarm does go off then it stops the weeing in its tracks so no more soaking through and just a quick change of underwear.
I have a boy and found using pants rather than boxers better and wearing two pairs with the detector between the two pairs.
He’s 7.5 and it’s honestly the best thing I’ve done to help him and I just hope it continues to improve. Happy boy, happy mum
After reaching almost 8 with no sign of nighttime dryness, tried everything the dr recommended, restricted fluids at night, waking to toilet, nothing. At first I was sceptical as we had a week of alarm going off two hours after bed (even after emptying bladder), but we persevered. Daughter is a heavy sleeper and the alarm even worked for her. We are now completely dry every night since the first week pretty much. The odd wet night for the first month and then back to dry. I am not sure of the alarm coincided with the natural progression, however I wish I had got it sooner.
We had one night of bedwetting since using this device (the first night) but my nearly 8 year old is now finally out of nappies. She has better control of her bladder during the day now too (I guess because her safety blanket of the nappy is gone). After many years of recurrent UTIs, pant wetting and bed wetting, this has saved our sanity.