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Malem Ultimate Selectable Bedwetting Alarm with Vibration - Royal Blue

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Royal Blue
  • A clinically effective approach to stop bedwetting
  • Sound and vibration in one alarm. Combines light, sound and vibration to help even the deepest sleeper wake
  • Gives you the option of choosing either eight variable tones or a single tone to wake your child
  • Easy-clip sensor eliminates the hassle of sewing, mini-pads, and tricky snaps!
  • Alarm box is backed by a 1 year warranty
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Product Description

Color: Royal Blue

Everything you need, now in one compact alarm. The Malem SELECTABLE combines light, sound and vibration to help even the deepest sleeper wake. A selection switch can be easily set to sound only, sound and vibration or vibration only. This alarm also has the added feature of allowing you to choose either eight different tones or one single sound. On the eight tone setting, one tone is activated each time the alarm is triggered to prevent audio accommodation, while the one tone setting allows you to choose your favorite sound to hear each time the alarm goes off. The alarm is connected to a clip-on sensor which detects moisture. This new Easy-Clip sensor easily clips and anchors to the outside of any close fitting underwear for boys or girls. NO sewing to hassle with or metal clips or snaps to come undone during the night. NO mini-pads to buy and attach each night! Sensor contacts are within the clip so skin contact or sweating will not trigger the alarm. The SELECTABLE alarm uses inexpensive AAA batteries that last up to 10 times longer than standard "button" batteries found in nearly all other bedwetting alarms. Look for our camouflage color, too.

Product Details

Color: Royal Blue
  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 0.8 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B000OC8RMW
  • Item model number: M04SB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (426 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,581 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

When we try to wake her up at night to use the bathroom she would be in a VERY DEEP SLEEP!
Ahmad A.
I would highly recommend this to any motivated parent and child...the child should be willing to try it first so they are motivated.
Mama Bear
After seven years of wetting the bed every night, my son was staying dry after only two weeks of using this alarm!
Laurie Burin

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109 of 122 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer on June 27, 2007
Color Name: Royal Blue Verified Purchase
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My fingers hurts, so I'll keep it short this time:

My son is 6 1/2 (product does not recommend starting before child is 6) and we started alarm 10 nights ago. The first two nights he woke twice (around 12:30am and 5am) and was quite wet as he was just learning how to stop urine flow in midstream until I walked him to bathroom to finish. The next two nights he woke once (5am) and was still a bit wet. The next two nights he still woke once at around 5am but there was barely a wet spot. He did a great job of stopping his urine flow when the alarm went off. I was half asleep and thought the alarm malfunctioned until I really examined his underwear. The next 4 nights (where we are as I type this) he has been dry all night.

I can't stress enough parent participation and following instructions to the letter for success. Don't do it half way. Don't turn alarm off until both feet hit the floor, walk child to bathroom and let him finish urinating. Even if he has nothing left to urinate, take him to the toilet anyway--it is a learning process. Let him try to squeeze even a drop out. Change underwear and hook up alarm again. I put a night light in bathroom so he would stay in a sleepy state. I kept extra underwear in bathroom for quick changes. Even though they may not remember waking up at night they are still learning.

Even though my son has been dry 4 nights in a row, I am following the directions and I am keeping alarm on for 14 nights in a row (has to be 14 dry nights in a row). After that I will take alarm off every other night for another 14 nights in case he has a wet night again. The instructions say that if they have a wet night, then start the 14 night process over again. You have to follow instructions exactly for success.
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84 of 96 people found the following review helpful By California Mom on October 13, 2007
Color Name: Royal Blue
Our 8 year old son had only had one or two dry nights in his life before buying this alarm. The pediatrician said not to worrry about it and that he would grow out of it. We just had him wear pull ups at night so he wouldn't feel bad about wetting the bed. We tried waking him up to have him go to the bathroom around midnight and restricting liquids but it really didn't matter, he still woke up with a very full pull up every morning.

Since he was starting to feel badly about it and wanted to sleep over at his best friends house without embarrassment of packing and hiding a pull up, we decided to consult a specialist. She met with us and recommended that we try the bed wetting alarm. I ordered it that day and we got started right away.

The alarm went off a couple of times a night during the first week and then once every other night or so for the next couple of weeks. After a little over a month, the results are just amazing. He has had 14 dry nights in a row and even started drinking water before bedtime to see if he could stay dry. We had a baby monitor in our room which helped us to hear the alarm right away so we could go in and make sure woke up (a couple of times he slept through the alarm at the beginning). The only advice I would give is to buy the pad to make the middle of the night easier while doing the training and have the child responsible for putting on the alarm each night and reattaching it when it does go off (with supervision). I think having to do those things forces them to wake up and be more aware.

I have never written a review on anything before but since we really struggled with this issue I want everyone to know that is does work and pretty quickly. It was so worth it and I wish we would have done this when he was six instead of eight.
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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Buckeye Mom on December 5, 2005
Color Name: Magenta
My son (age 7) used this product for less than one month before he had completely kicked the bedwetting habit. It works exactly as described, the instructions are clearly written. There was a noticeable improvement within the first two weeks-more dry mornings than wet. I am so thankful that we found this alarm.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Vet Organics on April 28, 2007
Color Name: Magenta Verified Purchase
We recently bought this for our 5 year old daughter. I was going to opt for a cheaper unit and brand, but this one seems to be the most popular brand and I wanted it to work right the first time. The key to our success was that she was ready. We talked about it for awhile and then one day I told her I found a "pee pee machine" which would help her stop her bedwetting. She was excited, and I let her pick the color. She kept going back and forth from Pink to Magenta (the Pink one can pass for either) and she opted for magenta. We ordered the "ultimate" model so that she could also choose her own ring...another thing she had to look forward to.

Once I told her we ordered it and the mailman was going to bring it, she was asking me every couple of hours where the mailman was. (I think that being ready for this was part of our success.) It arrived by priority mail two days later.

She wears pull-ups to sleep. The instructions say to wear underwear under the pullups and attach the sensor to the underwear, but you can pinch the top layer of material inside the pullup enough to get a little bit of material for the sensor to clip on to, and that's how we did it. The wire from the sensor to the unit goes up through the pullup and outside her shirt and the unit attaches with a built in safety pin to her shirt. We placed it near her shoulder halfway between her arm and neck so that she would be more likely to hear it. Our initial concern that it might bother her if she sleeps on her stomach were unfounded. It never did.

She wore it like a badge of honor. They say that bedwetting is the result of too deep of sleep, and that was obvious. The first couple of days, I heard it from across the house, and jumped up and ran in to her room to wake her...
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