The Rodger wireless bedwetting alarm system has 8 different alarm tones to wake the deepest sleepers. Having been available since 2003, it has a long track record of curing bedwetting.
The Rodger wireless system, as the name implies, has no wires and no alarm to wear. You can set the alarm to be very loud or very quiet with its volume control.
You don’t have to deal with trying to attach the sensor to children’s underwear and you don’t need to trouble yourself and the person with enuresis with disposable pads. The two unisex briefs that come with the Rodger system have built-in sensors that detect moisture. The sensor wires are sewn right into the fabric of the briefs to quickly detect wetness and set off the alarm. The alarm setup includes a receiver and a transmitter.
With the exception of the internal sensor, the underwear is just like any other underwear found in stores. It comes in all sizes, from XS (21-22” waist) all the way to XL (36-38” waist). You can always buy as many as you need. The sensors are actually invisible threads that run through the underwear and connect to a small, battery-operated transmitter that snaps into two press-studs at the waistband. The receiver should be plugged into a wall far enough away from the patient to cause them or their caregiver to have to get up and turn it off, thus alerting the wearer it’s time to go to the bathroom. If there is no electrical outlet in the room, the receiver alarm unit can be powered by two AA batteries.
Even with just a few drops the alarm will sound off loudly (or quietly, to avoid disturbing other sleepers, depending on the volume setting). The alarm will continue to sound until it is turned off. Turning off the alarm is a one-step process of pressing a reset button on the front of the receiver unit. With time (usually several weeks, but sometimes less) and patience, a person who is prone to bedwetting can be completely dry all night, get more rest, and feel better about him or herself. Camping or sleeping over at someone’s house will no longer be a stressful event.
In comparison, the DryBuddyFLEX has all the same features of the Rodger, but:
Because of its additional features, we recommend the DryBuddyFLEX instead of the Rodger wireless bedwetting alarm system. You will get more features and convenience for less money with DryBuddyFLEX than with Rodger.