Why a Wireless bedwetting alarm is much better than a Wired alarm.

A wireless bedwetting alarm has numerous advantages over a wired alarm:

There is no wire connecting the sensor and the alarm box. The sensor, typically worn on the user’s briefs, sends its signal wirelessly to the receiver (alarm box) which can be next to the user or at a further location (on a table or besides the pillow).

The user is free from the discomfort and possible problems of a wire being worn by the user under the user’s clothes. There is no wire that can be pulled, entangle, or create other issues.

The wireless receiver does not have to be worn by the user, which is necessary for a wired alarm. The receiver can therefore be placed in a convenient location, and is much more comfortable than any wired alarm which the user must wear on the user’s clothes or body.

As the receiver/alarm is not being worn by the user, it can be powered by AC electric power, and provide a much louder alarm. Additional conveniences such as a wireless remote control and a bed-shaker to make waking the patient and controlling the alarm much better.

Using AC power also eliminates the use of replaceable batteries in the receiver.

The DryBuddyFLEX wireless alarm is priced the same or lower than some common wired alarms. Get much better value, convenience and flexibility with the DryBuddyFLEX.

The wireless alarm system allows the use of a Remote to control the system very conveniently. This is provided with the DryBuddyFLEX.

Wireless bedwetting alarms like the DryBuddyFLEX allow for the use of additional receivers (Transmitters) so that the alarm signal can be received and alarmed at more than one location. This is convenient for the parent or caregiver.

The wireless DryBuddyFLEX allows the Transceiver (Receiver) to be daisy-chained and allows the patient and caregiver to be in many locations and still have wireless access to the transceivers and alarms

The wireless DryBuddyFLEX bedwetting alarm provides the greatest convenience and flexibility for the user and the caregiver.

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