The Rodger alarm has a unique system for detecting wetness for enuresis patients. Rather than relying only on a clip with a sensor, the sensor is built right into an undergarment worn at night to detect bedwetting.
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The Rodger alarm sensor is sewn directly into a pair of underwear worn by the person overcoming enuresis. Instead of a clip that attaches to the undergarment, sensor wires run throughout the underwear. Whatever position the wearer or his or her undergarment is in, the sensor wires are very likely to catch the first drop over a sensor attached via clip. The alarm is wireless with the transmitter snapped onto a pair of press studs in the waist band of the undergarment and transmits to the alarm plugged into a wall outlet.
The Rodger wireless bedwetting alarm ranks behind the DryBuddyFLEX wireless bedwetting alarm system because the DryBuddyFLEX costs less than the Rodger. The DryBuddyFLEX also has a redundant sensor wire and a wireless remote, ability to chain alarm receivers across long distances, channel settings to support more than one alarm system per area, and a bed shaker alarm option. All of these additional features are ones that the Rodger doesn’t have.
Taking into account all that the DryBuddyFLEX offers in addition to what the Rodger alarm provides, and due to its lower cost, we recommend the DryBuddyFLEX bedwetting alarm system.