Review: DryEasy Bedwetting Alarm

dry easy reviewSummary:¬†The DryEasy is the best bedwetting alarm in the $30 – $50 price range. It does a great job detecting urine and it’s durable.

Pros

  • Unbeatable price
  • Easy to install & use
  • 6 alarm tones
  • 4 levels of digital volume control
  • Sound and vibration, sound only and vibration only

Cons

  • Children have a hard time turning the alrm off

Features

  • 6 Tones prevents gettin used to one tone
  • Volume control: 4¬†settings
  • Vibration mode for privacy

dry easyNighttime enuresis (bedwetting) can cause endless nights of changing and washing bedsheets and results in loss of sleep quality for those who are dealing with it night after night. The DryEasy bedwetting alarm system is a sub-$50 alarm that can help kids, teens, and adults stay dry every night and get the sleep they need to function well the next day.

DryEasy is the bedwetting alarm system that is the most affordable system available.

 

It has a toggle clamp sensor that, the company claims, has about 2 times the clamping force of other types of clip sensors.

dry easy packageWith 6 selectable sounds, users will avoid getting accustomed to just one sound. If the user tends to forget to change the sound, then setting the device to play one of the sounds at random is another solution.

Modes include sound only or vibration only. Sound and vibration can also be combined if a heavy sleeper is having trouble awakening to the sound of an alarm or just to the feeling of the vibration. And, there are four levels of volume that can be set to suit the hearing and wakefulness capability of the wearer. The highest volume level is 85 decibels. DryEasy does have a two step alarm turnoff sequence to avoid the wearer being able to easily turn it off and go back to sleep. Be sure to read the instructions on how to turn it off.

One thing to note is that even though this device is CE certified, ISO 9001:2008 certified, and ISO 13485 certified (for the design and manufacture of medical devices), it is not U.S. FDA certified. If U.S. FDA certification is the important factor in your purchase, definitely look to other products.

Cons

Some complaints by users of the DryEasy bedwetting alarm system include not being able to turn off the alarm, even after unplugging the sensor, and not being able to get details about the device by calling a specific phone number, sending mail to a specific mailing address, or sending email to the manufacturer and seller.

Conclusion

DryEasy is the best bedwetting alarm in the $30 – $50 range. It has a high quality sensor that detects urine and the unit does not break as easily as other alarms in this price range. However, if you are looking for a more accurate and durable bedwetting alarm, consider Chummie or Malem.