Chummie Premium Bedwetting Alarm

Chummie Premium Bedwetting alarm is clinically proven to treat bedwetting in children and deep sleepers. The alarm conditions your child’s brain to make connections between bladder signals and waking up during sleep. With each bedwetting accident your child learns to wake up sooner and sooner, finally beating the alarm and learning to stay dry throughout the night,

The microprocessor controlled alarm features 8 selectable tones with two volume settings, bright lights, strong vibrations, and two steps shut off. Being a multiple tone alarm, Chummie Premium prevents your child from getting use to one tone (auditory accommodation) allowing for fast and better treatment in most cases.

Chummie Premium Bedwetting Alarm is a compact and discreet alarm with vibrate (only) mode for extra privacy during sleepovers, camps, and other special occasions.

The bedwetting alarm is equipped with the revolutionary One Drop Detection soft silicone IntelliFlex sensor that uses 12 pairs of urine sensing strips to offer a significantly larger urine detecting area than clip sensors. The One Drop Detection technology allows the IntelliFlex sensor to detect urine from first drop and trigger the alarm that alerts the user with loud sounds, strong vibrations and bright lights. Its Smart Fit design makes the sensor flexible and comfortable for both boys and girls. Unlike clip sensors that require nightly ritual of cleaning with a toothbrush, the IntelliFlex sensor can be cleaned with warm tap water and pat dried for immediate reuse.


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Why is Chummie the Best?

How Chummie Works

How Chummie Works: Step 1

Set up the Chummie Premium by attaching the IntelliFlex sensor to the outside of the underwear. Attach the wearable alarm to the child’s shirt or armband.

How Chummie Works: Step 2

Once urine is detected, the alarm will flash bright lights, beep with loud sounds, and vibrate to wake up the individual.

How Chummie Works: Step 3

After a few weeks, the alarm conditions your child’s brain to make a connection between the bladder’s full signal and the need to go.