What does the pee watch do as a solution against peeing?

You probably recognize it; your child who keeps postponing urination and doesn't take the time to go to the toilet. The result is (completely) wet pants. And sometimes several times a day. Not going to the toilet regularly and holding the pee for a long time can lead to annoying problems in addition to wet pants, such as:

  • Overactive bladder
  • Overloaded sphincter/pelvic floor
  • Cystitis
  • Kidney problems

Children may also have difficulty holding their urine because of an underdeveloped bladder, or because they have not yet learned how to control their urination.

It is very important to encourage your child to urinate regularly and to learn to listen to their body when they feel an urgent need to urinate. A urine watch offers a solution. The basic principle is that your child should go to the toilet himself if he feels like he has to pee. In addition, your child will receive a reminder (via a (vibrating) alarm) during the day to go to the toilet. This also involves trying to urinate. After a number of dry days, the time between the alarm moments increases slightly, so that your child is increasingly challenged to listen to his own body. After a few weeks, your child will fully listen to his own body and have developed his own urinary routine and will probably no longer need the alarms of the watch.

Children are mainly busy playing during the day and are often completely absorbed in it. As a result, other things are easily forgotten or may not (yet) be self-evident. For example, a pee watch can offer a solution for a child from the age of 4.

Is a toilet watch suitable for your child?

In many cases, discussions often arise about sending your child to the toilet. “No, I don't have to.” Within 5 minutes; pee accident… Recognizable?

With the pee watch you give 'control' to your child. As a reminder, it receives a discreet (vibration) signal to go to the toilet and this creates the feeling that it decides when it goes to the toilet and not you as a parent.

When do you use a watch with an alarm as a bathroom watch for children?

  • To go to the toilet (regularly) at home, at school and outdoors and to reduce the risk of urination accidents.
  • By urinating at fixed times, the bladder does not become tense and you learn to gain control over it
  • Adding structure to your daytime urination will help get rid of bedwetting at night
  • A useful tool for toilet training during the day and to prevent panty-wetting in children.

All pee watches for children can give a very discreet vibrating alarm at regular intervals. This way, not everyone hears the alarm, which gives a safer and more confident feeling. Only the VibraLite models offer the option to opt for an audio signal as a reminder alarm instead of vibrating.

Benefits and results of a child's pee watch

These watches are designed as a tool for children, to remind them of certain moments or 'actions' during the day. It has the ability to set up to 15 alarms during the day. This gives your child a signal to go to the toilet, for example. The children's watches with alarm can therefore be used for different purposes:

  • Pee watch
  • Medicine watch
  • Drinking watch
  • Homecoming alarm

The children's watches are easy to set to go off at different times. Each watch has its own instructional video that clearly shows this. Super nice tool that results in:

  • Well trained bladder
  • No more insecure feelings for your child
  • One less 'worry' as a parent
  • Less disappointment and less laundry
  • Above all; a happy child

Important : a bedwetting watch for children should not be confused with a bedwetting alarm against bedwetting. It is not intended for that and it does not have the desired effect, there are better tools for that.