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Bed Wetting Alarm - Dri Sleeper Eclipse

Regular price $167.45
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  • Perfect for night-time potty training or regressive bed wetting
  • Wireless sensor for ease of use
  • Safe: Made of conductive plastic, rather than metal moisture sensors like other alarms
  • Small, light, and comfortable moisture sensor
  • Discreet when worn, ideal for older children
  • Loud alarm for even the deepest of sleepers

Children love this alarm because it is bright, colourful & wireless. Parents love the Eclipse because it is a breeze to use, easy to clean, made from quality materials and above all, it works. Check out our reviews above. 

MADE IN NEW ZEALAND and recommended by medical professionals and doctors from around the world.

"Its advanced metal-free Urosensor™ means no skin irritation and its compact design makes it ultra comfortable to wear. The alarm comes with one Urosensor™ and batteries. 

  • Two part wireless system with no wires. Urosensor™ transmits directly to the alarm avoiding the need for a separate transmitter which the sensor has to be plugged into. No fiddly clips or domes that can break or damage. Easy, convenient and comfortable. Great for older children and restless sleepers.
  • Patented moulded plastic Urosensor™. Sealed unit so urine cannot damage the electronics. Easy to clean and dry for instant re-use.
  • Urosensor™ goes right inside the underpants. The best position for quick detection of urine leakage.
  • Urosensor™ can be inserted inside pull-ups or diapers. The child can stay in diapers or pull-ups during training.
  • No metal contacts. Doesn’t corrode or deteriorate in urine.
  • Safety wireless electronics. Completely safe and no risk of skin irritation.
  • Urosensor™ can transmit to more than one alarm. Parents/ caregivers can have an alarm in their bedroom.
  • Maximum alerting alarm. The alarm rings at around 98 decibels. Frequency of the alarm is set at the resonant frequency of the ear which is most effective for alerting the brain.
  • Volume adjustment inside alarm unit. Tamper-proof.
  • The alarm comes with CR2354 ‘coin’ battery. Will last for at least three months of nightly use triggering twice a night and therefore shouldn’t need changing during the normal treatment period.
  • Urosensor™ includes long-life battery with special battery saving technology. Urosensor™ shouldn’t need to be replaced during the normal treatment period. The battery will last at least a year if it is used nightly and triggers the alarm twice a night.
  • ISO13485:2003 rating for medical devices. Your guarantee of quality and the highest level of customer support. 
  1. Put the DRI Sleeper® alarm unit on a bedside table and switch it on. It will beep rapidly 5 times.
  2. Prepare a minipad by making a pocket in the absorbent layers by either cutting a 25mm (1 inch) slit in the absorbent layers with a pair of sharp scissors or cutting the top off the minipad. With the point of the scissors create a pocket for the Urosensor™ to slide into. (The downloadable instructions include alternative methods of locating the Urosensor™)
  3. Remove the Urosensor™ from the alarm cradle and insert in the minipad with the black sensing strips facing your child’s crotch.
  4. Stick the minipad into the crotch of your child’s underwear making sure that the Urosensor™ is near where the urine will be passed.
    FEATURES DRI Sleeper Eclipse DRI Sleeper Excel
      (wireless alarm) (wired alarm)
    Alarm is attached to the child's pyjamas   Tick
    Urosensor is attached to the alarm with a lead   Tick
    Urosensor is flexible and conductive on both sides   Tick
    Alarm sits on bedside furniture Tick  
    Urosensor has no wire - wireless Tick  
    Urosensor used conductive plastic rather than metal Tick Tick
    Urosensor goes inside underpants Tick Tick
    Urosensor can be inserted inside pull-ups or diapers Tick Tick
    Volume is adjustable Tick  
    Urosensor can be used with more than one alarm so parents can also have an alarm in their bedroom Tick  
    Suitable for restless sleepers Tick  
    More 'discreet' for older children Tick  




    Customer Reviews

    Based on 106 reviews
    Tracy Stojanovich
    Dri sleeper

    For some reason it goes off -false alarms all the time anyone have this happened to them any tips and tricks?

    Bed wetting alarm success

    So impressed. Alarm went off for two nights now never again and no wet bed in over three weeks. Seems to have broken the cycle. Would highly recommend. I found putting a hole in a older kids nappy did the trick

    Ashley Herbert
    Working so far

    Product works as described. Delivery was quick.


    Our 6yr old boy always wore pull-ups every night and every morning woke up wet. So glad we got the bed wetting alarm, we tried it for the first few weeks with a pull up on and it's really taught him when he needed to go. A bit over a month later he is now in jocks and waking up before the alarm goes off. He is so pleased with himself. We are so happy we tried this it has been totally worth it such a great product! Thank you.

    Brigette McGregor-Macdonald
    So far so good!

    Have been using the Sri Sleeper Eclipse since it arrived two weeks ago. The instruction manual is great with some good ideas to get started and helpful hints and trouble shooting- which we’ve had to use at least once. It took some getting used to but our 7 year old is now waking to the alarm. Happy days. We've had a couple of false starts with moisture from sweat detected but wrapping the device in a bit of tissue paper seems to have sorted that (advice from the manual). Only one urine-related-wet incident so far and fortunately the alarm woke our 7 year old quickly to get up and get sorted.

    Marc S
    Works WHEN it works - but is inconsistent

    I waited to write this review until we’ve used this for a few weeks so it can be as accurate as possible. For context- my child is just turned 4 and a very deep sleeper. No issues in waking, but she’ll sleep through an accident. It normally happens between 10.30 and 1am - all the other ‘tricks’ didn’t work.
    We have done all the priming and prep - all the practice. Nightly reminders. We’ll have a few great nights where she is reacting well and all is on track. Alarm will go off, she races to the toilet. It’ll all seem great and we’ll get a few dry nights where it seems to be working. Then- we’ll have two/three nights where it doesn’t go off at all and it’s like starting from scratch. We’ve also had ‘false alarms’ where it goes off from her being hot (which I’ve assumed is residue moisture). The worst part is when it doesn’t go off she wakes hours later in wet cold wee.
    I’ve checked everything, tried all the resets etc. but getting very frustrated with the lack of consistency of the alarm.
    Given it clearly works as a method WHEN the alarm work I’ll probably have to use a different brand. Disappointed given the cost at the patchy quality and response.