Bedwetting Alarms

2019’s TOP 5 BEDWETTING ALARMS

If your child is struggling with wetting the bed, purchasing a bedwetting alarm is proven to be the fastest path towards dry nights.

But with some commitment by you and your child, this period can potentially be over very quickly.

Alarms are extremely easy to use and relatively inexpensive. Through our own struggles, we have used every alarm on this list and more. Some worked, some broke and some we just threw right into the trash.

Not all bedwetting alarms were created equal.

The body clips, toggle-clamps, sounds, sensitivity and more are all defining factors in how we picked the Top 5 Bedwetting Alarms for 2019. In the end, you’ll see where we wasted money and where we succeded.

In this case it really is true, you get what you pay for.

OUR PICK! #1. TheraPee - The World's #1 Bedwetting Solution

Dr Sagie Therapee bedwetting alarm mat
5-Star Ratings 89%

PROS:

  • The mat is more comfortable than anything else out there
  • The interactive software program includes a progress chart and videos from Dr. Sagie providing tips, tools, exercises and more
  • If the mat/alarm stops working for any reason within 3 months, they will send another out free of charge

CONS:

  • The wires connecting the mat can become frayed and pokey.
  • The online feature is only good for one user.

OUR TAKE:

Yes, its the most expensive. In our experiences though, we went through the other alarms just to go back and purchase this one. It is the best out there with great customer service, warranties, interactive elements and real tips and incentives to keep your kid engaged.

BEST WIRED ALARM! #2. Malem Ultimate

Malem Bedwetting Alarm
5-Star Ratings 59%

PROS:

  • Sturdy, comfortable and light-weight
  • Easy to turn on and off and detects the faintest amount of moisture
  • Stays on the clothing very well with strong clips

CONS:

  • Can be hard to clean or get completely dry so you can reattach it
  • It doesn’t have multiple sounds to choose from.

OUR TAKE:

Out of all of the wired alarms we have tried, this is the top pick. It doesn’t go off randomly and the clips are strong enough to stay on a mover in the night. If you want a wired alarm and not a mat, this is the one to get.

#3. Shield Prime

Shield Prime Bedwetting Alarm
5-Star Ratings 66%

PROS:

  • Cost effective if using for a short period of time
  • Easy to set-up and get started and easy to turn the alarm off

CONS:

  • The clip is very hard to use and can break off if you’re not carefull
  • It has a tendency to go off randomly or not shut off when you want it to.
  • The clip onto the underwear is rather difficult to attach

OUR TAKE:

Although this alarm is more cost efficient and it does work. In our experience, it only worked for a few months and was hard to use the whole time. The alarm would go off randomly and the attachment pieces were difficult to use. The price point was there, but not the quality.

#4. Chummie Bedwetting Alarm

Chummie Bedwetting Alarm
5-Star Ratings 66%

PROS:

  • Includes 8 different loud tones, 2 brights light, and vibration settings to help wake even the deepest sleeper
  • Comes with a soft sensor pad to attach to the underwear instead of using a clip resulting in a larger sensor area to detect urine
  • Great customer service

CONS:

  • You have to also purchase the flexi-tape refill packs to attach the sensor to the underwear
  • Doesn’t always turn off right away and it also doesn’t always go off when moisture is detected
  • With 14% of users giving it 1-star, you might want to keep looking

OUR TAKE:

The load tone will wake the deepest sleeper and it is easy to operate. However, with the sensor needing to be taped onto the underwear, it can easily come off and then you have to continue to purchase more of their products to keep using it.

#5. DryEasy PLUS Wireless Alarm

DryEasy Wireless Bedwetting Alarm
5-Star Ratings 66%

PROS:

  • The shorter cord connecting to the underpants instead of the shirt is nice and lets you avoid tangling
  • Plays 6 sounds to choose from and you can adjust the volume or select vibration
  • The receiver is not attached to the child so they have to get up out of bed to turn it off

CONS:

  • It tends to break down within 3 months of use
  • Doesn’t always wake up a deep sleeping child
  • Bulky clip-on can be uncomfortable to sleep on

OUR TAKE:

DryEasy upgraded their bedwetting alarm to a wireless version which solved many problems. No more long cumbersome wires and now your child has to get up out of bed to turn off the receiver. The sensor can still be uncomfortable to sleep on depending on how your child sleeps.

Dr Sagie Therapee bedwetting alarm mat
GoodNites boys and girls disposable absorbent underwear for bedwetting