Wet-Stop bedwetting alarm is equipped with 6 variable alarms. Changing the alarm will help wake your child, as they won’t become too accustomed to a single sound.
The system can be set to vibrate and/or sound when the sensor detects moisture. Setting the device to vibrate only allows the rest of the house to sleep without interruption.
One Year Warranty
All Wet-Stop alarms are backed by a
full 1-year warranty.
You can rest easy knowing you are
covered… and dry.
Wet-Stop 3+ was featured in mums & tots Magazine
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Don’t take our word for it – here’s what parents are saying about the Wet-Stop alarm:
Miracle Device. Seriously. – This was a miracle. I have to say I had my doubts, but have tried everything else, and resolving it was just a developmental issue (for my otherwise genius son) and thinking he’d outgrow it one day. He’s been on miralax to keep any question of constipation out of mind (since that could cause bed wetting), he is always hydrated, he has a set sleep schedule, we would wake him up once at 10pm (when we went to bed) to pee, then once more at 2:30, but with all this (years of this— he is 7) it hasn’t resolved the issue. So, I thought “why not” with his alarm. 3 weeks is all he needed! 3 weeks! We started him June 9, he had maybe 4 accidents a week for 2 weeks, then the 3rd week he started his dry streak (we told him if he could go 2 weeks dry he could stop wearing it). He stopped wearing it beginning July, and in the whole month of July he had 2 accidents (both were when he was staying the night at grandma’s house, so I wonder if it was a routine thing…). We’ve almost finished the whole month of August without any accidents! I am a believer now!
Just buy it! – So far, two of my three kids have had to use night time diapers and pull ups till the age of seven. As did I when I was a kid. Bought this for my second child. She still peed the first three nights, but woke when the alarm sounded. I would help her turn the alarm off, she would finish using the bathroom in the toliet and go back to bed. After the first three nights, she did not pee at night for about a week and a half. So we stopped using the alarm, then she had another accident. Starting using again, and she has not peed at night ever since, and that has been about a month. This alarm works. Most kids do not pee at night because their bladders are small or because they sleep too deep. It’s because there is disconnect between their brain and bladder when they are sleeping. This alarm “trains” the brain to wake up if too the bladder is full or just simply not release the bladder at night. My daughter sleeps through the night without waking to pee. So glad I finally tried this, I will be keeping and using in case my youngest has inherited this condition also.
AMAZING Product! – My son was 5 years old and had never had a dry night. He would wet several times a night, wet through his diaper, and wake up in a wet bed many times. It took 3 months, but he is now completely night potty trained. If he feels the need to urinate, he wakes up and goes to the bathroom, and then goes back to bed… all on his own! He is a very heavy sleeper and I thought this day would never come. The first two weeks were hard on my husband and myself, as we woke with our child every night. By the third or fourth week he was able to operate the alarm without help and by the second month it hardly went off. He has been completely dry now for two full weeks and has only had 1 accident in the past month. Praise God for Wet-Stop3!