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Wet Stop 3

1.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

£36.00

The Wet-Stop3 enuresis alarm teaches nighttime dryness with an alarm attached to the pajamas near the ear and a moisture sensor held onto ordinary underwear.

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Product Description

The Wet-Stop3 enuresis alarm teaches nighttime dryness with an alarm attached to the pajamas near the ear and a moisture sensor held onto ordinary underwear.

The Wet-Stop3 now has several improvements including a louder volume. The Wet-Stop3 which is light and compact has a 2 step turn off feature, and uses 2 AAA batteries. The alarm offers vibration and/or alarm and now comes in 3 great colours (pink, blue or green). This a bedwetting system, not just an alarm.

Features include:

  • New magnetic attachment
  • 5 variable alarm sounds
  • Vibrates and alarms
  • Progress measurement
  • Flashing LED button
  • Easy-to-use Sensor Cord
  • 3 Colours

Additional Information

Colour

Green, Blue, Pink

3 reviews for Wet Stop 3

  1. 1 out of 5

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  2. 1 out of 5

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    She has regular sleep overs at friends house s and I send her with her I wet the bed kit , including her own inflatable mattress, her own bedding, pull ups, mattress cover and large black garbage bag in case it s a Niagara Falls night.

  3. 1 out of 5

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    The second 2 nights, he woke up slightly less wet and finished urinating in the toilet, then we changed his Pull-Up. An important point, it was difficult enough for me to disconnect the clamp from his Pull-Up and hold the alarm reset button in, much less having a young child do this alone.

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