Dryly Charger

This is the transmitter that should be connected to the underwear and the receiver that triggers the activation of both the soft toy and the app.

£9.99

Availability: In stock

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Lost your charger? Order the Dryly Charger to ensure you are charging the Dryly receiver with the right voltage! Your child will be able to use the bedwetting alarm in no time.

Dryly Charger with cable for Dryly receiver

Our charger delivers exactly the right voltage to charge the Dryly receiver. A typical charging cycle lasts an hour and a half.

As the plug casing is quite thin, you will have no problem finding plugging it into the one available socket on a power strip.

How does Dryly work?

Our bedwetting alarm is based on the scientifically proven bedwetting alarm method. Research shows that a bedwetting alarm is the most effective method to prevent bedwetting. No less than 85 percent of the children become dry within three months. To achieve this, it is important to motivate the child in a positive way and that parents offer their support. For the method to succeed, it is essential that you as a parent/ caretaker wake the child up at night when the alarm goes off. Our mobile app helps you to wake up. In the same app you will also find some useful statistics an automatically updated bedwetting diary.

Approved according to the strictest CE standards

We are parents ourselves and naturally, we want the best for our children. That is why all Dryly products have been fully CE tested to meet the strictest safety standards. The Dryly Transmitter uses Bluetooth Low Energy technology. This signal is very weak compared to the Wi-Fi or the telephone network. This saves battery life and is very safe to use.

Innovation and scientific proof

The effectiveness of the bedwetting alarm method has been proven many times all over the world. Extensive research regarding bedwetting and the bedwetting alarm method has also been carried out in the Netherlands by the independent research organisation TNO. Studies show that the bedwetting alarm method has a direct positive effect in 85% of users.

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