If you want to pay for wireless convenience, look no further than the DryBuddy Flex3 (about $126). This effective system offers wearers the option to use with wetness sensing briefs or standard cotton briefs, plus the remote control and magnetic sensor can transmit up to 90 feet.
The innovative Teqin Alert (around $23) boasts a sports-band inspired design that you can easily hide under clothing to avoid embarrassment. Its functions include vibration, multi-LED lights and even music to quickly awaken your child, but the clip doesn't grip as tightly as others.
The Wet-Stop3 (about $23) offers a simple cure to bed wetting at an affordable price. This wearable unit is small and comfortable, which allows your child to sleep without disruption, and includes a reward system as motivation for successful dry nights.
With its small and lightweight design, the Nytone Alarm (about $49) is one of the most comfortable systems on the market. The soft and flexible elastic band won't irritate sensitive skin, and the on/off switch is a notable feature that quickly quiets the alert at night.
The award-winning Malem Ultimate (around $100) is a consumer favorite with its quick detection of urine to help reduce accidents while instilling confidence in your child. It features an easy-clip sensor that has a secure grip and also alerts the user if it is not fastened properly.
The Dry Easy (appx. $29) model features six alert tones to prevent your deep sleeper from getting used to one of the sounds and sleeping through it. The sensitive sensor detects the first drop of urine and the new and improved toggle clamps hold it right where it needs to be.
The TheraPee by Dr. Sagie (around $299) is the ultimate bed-wetting solution that combines the most advanced state-of-the-art technology with web-based interactive software to deliver results. It's a 100% online and automated program that can be customized specifically for your child.