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Eclipse Alarm Base Unit

Replacement or additional wireless alarm base unit for the DRI Sleeper eclipse.

This will need to be paired with the orange sensor (Urosensor) before use:

View instructions for pairing

Customer Reviews

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Customer (Queensland, Australia)
Amazing

Not 100% sure how this alarm works exactly, but my 10 year old daughter has not wet the bed from the very first night of wearing this alarm to bed.

She is off to a great start! Well done.

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BrummieG (England, United Kingdom)
Great Progress

The alarm has made such a difference to my son's bed wetting. After 1 week of use, he went from 3 episodes in a night to his first dry night! Almost 8 weeks on, he hasn't quite got to 14 consecutive nights, but I'm sure it will only be a matter of time - we have more dry nights than not now. So glad we decided to give it a try!

Congratulations on the great progress.

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G.C.

It has worked wonderfully and fast for our 8 year old we had tried everything still odd accident but not every night.

Sounds like rapid progress is being made! Great effort.

Questions Parents often ask

Most likely, a bedwetting alarm solves bedwetting for up to 9 in 10 young people. We have many resources and lots of experience so can guide you if needed.

Typically, 70% of young people will be dry in 2 to 12 weeks using our alarms. Some are quicker, some take longer. We encourage you to use the resources we provide and talk to our adviser to get the best outcome for your young person.

Yes it is very safe. Our alarms are registered with regulatory agencies around the world. The wireless sensor transmits twice for 1.3 seconds and ONLY when the alarm triggers. It also uses safe frequencies approved for medical devices.
The sensor contains Safety Electronics which means no risk of skin irrritation.
There are no metal contacts so no part of the sensor will corrode or deteriorate in urine.

We suggest ditching the diapers as they can remove the feeling of wetness which may interfere with the learning process. If you need the diapers to reduce the stress or mess, then go for it.

Children may eventually learn not to wet the bed on their own. If you think about it, you taught them not to wet themselves during the day – why would you not teach them to not wet during the night?

Many children have low levels of the hormones that regulate urine production at night, but DON’T wet the bed. If hormones are an issue then your doctor may prescribe medication to use along with the alarm.

Yes, you can use our strategies for deep sleepers to help them sleep learn to sleep dry. Remember MANY children are deep sleepers and don’t wet the bed.