Chummie Elite Bedwetting Alarm for Children and Deep Sleepers – Award Winning Bedwetting Alarm System with Loud Sounds and Strong Vibrations, Pink

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Chummie Elite Bedwetting Alarm for Children and Deep Sleepers – Award Winning Bedwetting Alarm System with Loud Sounds and Strong Vibrations, Pink

Perfect to Stop Bedwetting in Deep Sleepers

With the Chummie Elite bedwetting alarm even the deepest sleeper can achieve dryness. With each bedwetting event the alarm trains your child to wake up faster and faster, gradually, ‘beating the alarm,’ and learning to stay dry throughout the night.

Chummie Elite Bedwetting Alarm

Chummie Elite is a compact (25 percent smaller than credit card) microprocessor controlled alarm weighing only 1 oz. The alarm allows you to choose from features three settings—sounds and vibrate mode, sound (only) mode and discreet vibrate (only) mode with unique one touch button. Chummie bedwetting alarms are often recommended as the first line of bedwetting treatment by pediatric urologists.

Faster and Better Treatment

Chummie offers revolutionary One Drop Detection technology that allows its sensors to detect urine at the first drop and alert your child to bedwetting event. The non-corrosive, soft silicone sensor triggers the alarm as soon as bedwetting occurs. IntelliFlex sensor has a significantly large urine detection area so your child would never miss a bedwetting event!

FREE Smartphone APP

Parents can now access the FREE Chummie APP for bedwetting tips, special offers, and troubleshooting help or to watch videos, and connect with our dedicated team of bedwetting specialists.

Chummie Elite bedwetting alarm contains a microprocessor controlled alarm unit, IntelliFlex sensor, Snap-on clip, 10 Flexitapes, progress chart, 2 AAA batteries and user manual.

Award winning Chummie alarms are manufactured by Theos Medical Systems, a leader in incontinence management and treatment.

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