Rodger Wireless with Briefs Sensor

Features & Technology:

The wireless Rodger bedwetting alarm is Rodger’s top alarm. It works with wired briefs.

  • True wireless – there are no wires connecting the sensor to the wireless transmitter or receiver.
  • Can only be used with wetness sensing briefs.
  • Sensor will not respond to gradual increase in wetness. So false alarms by perspiration are eliminated.
  • Wireless transmission distance between transmitter and receiver up to 23 meters (75 feet).
  • Sensor/transmitter is not waterproof and can be damaged by urine, water or other liquids.
  • Sensor/transmitter contains 2 AAA alkaline batteries, which make it weigh about 3 oz.
  • Receiver uses standard AC power. Batteries can also be used.
  • Receiver is plugged into an AC power source, typically a wall socket. The distance from this wall socket to the patient may force the patient to get up and turn the alarm off. No remote is available.
  • Loudness levels not provided.
  • Multi-level sound volume control.
  • Each sensor and remote has a unique signal code which is synchronized with the receiver(s). This allows the use of many Rodger systems together at the same time in one location.
  • An optional bed-shaker can be attached to any receiver, and is turned on or off with the alarm in the receiver.


Where it can be used:

  • Unisex. Can be used with males and females, children and adults.
  • Can be used in any home where 120-240V AC is available. Can be used with batteries.
  • Multiple Rodger systems can be used simultaneously in any location.


  • With Rodger wetness sensing briefs – Very good.

Easy-to-Use and Clean:

  • Loud audio alarm built into transceiver – Loudness not provided.
  • Selectable sounds for alarms.
  • Very strong vibrations with add-on bed-shaker which can be placed under the pillow.
  • Briefs can be washed gently with soft soap and tumble or air dried.


Up-front Initial Cost:      $129.95 with two wetness sensing briefs. Additional briefs @ $19.95 .

Continuing Costs for Supplies and Expected Replacement Parts in 6 Months: $0.00

Limited Warranty: 1 year for all Rodger system parts, 6 months for Rodger briefs.


   Providing Complete Product Data: Average.

   Advertising: Good (inadequate data provided)

   Trust in Company Claims: Very Good.


Comparing Rodger with DryBuddy 2 Wireless:

  • Rodger can only be used with wetness sensing briefs. The DryBuddy 2 can be used with standard cotton briefs and wetness sensing briefs.
  • The wireless transmission range is almost the same (72 to 75 feet).
  • DryBuddy 2 Sensor/Transmitter is waterproof. The Rodger Transmitter is not waterproof and can be damaged by water or urine on it.
  • The DryBuddy 2 sensor/transmitter is much smaller and lighter. The Rodger Transmitter contains 2 AAA alkaline batteries, and is much larger and heavier.
  • Rodger does not provide loudness measurements. The DryBuddy 2 is louder (93 dB at 8”), has 5 five loudness levels, and a silent setting for sensitive patients
  • The Rodger alarm box (receiver) cannot be attached to the patient’s body/clothing. The DryBuddy2 alarm box (receiver) can be carried or worn by the patient.
  • The Rodger is not a mobile alarm. The DryBuddy 2 is designed to provide true mobility and serve as a home alarm.
  • The Rodger is more expensive.

Examine the factual data presented.

Which would you prefer? Rodger or DryBuddy 2? Is your reasoning logical?


Comparing Rodger Wireless with DryBuddyFLEX 3:

  • DryBuddyFLEX 3 can also be used with standard cotton briefs. Rodger cannot.
  • DryBuddy wetness sensing briefs have redundant wiring, so a break in a wire may still result in usable briefs. Rodger does not.
  • DryBuddyFLEX 3 provides a wireless remote control for convenience. Rodger does not.
  • Rodger has a much shorter wireless transmission distance and does not use re-transmission. So its maximum reception distance is about 22 meters (75 feet) from the sensor compared to 61 meters (200 ft.) for the DryBuddyFLEX 3, and much more with multiple DryBuddyFLEX 3 Transceivers.
  • The DryBuddyFLEX 3 Sensor/Transmitter is waterproof and not affected by urine, moisture or other liquids. The Rodger sensor is not waterproof and can become defective with urine or other liquids on it.
  • The DryBuddyFLEX 3 sensor/transmitter weighs about 1 oz. The Rodger transmitter, which uses 2 AAA alkaline batteries, weighs about 3 oz.
  • Remote monitoring is much easier with the DryBuddyFLEX 3 because of its much longer transmission range and availability of a remote.
  • DryBuddyFLEX 3 is much louder, and also provides a silent setting for patients who are not to be disturbed.

Examine the factual data presented.

Which would you prefer? Roger Wireless or DryBuddyFLEX 3? Is your reasoning logical?


Comparing Rodger Wireless with DryEasy Plus Wireless

  • Rodger only works with special wetness sensing briefs, while DryEasy Plus only works with standard cotton briefs..
  • Both wireless transmission distances are similar.
  • Both sensor/transmitters use alkaline batteries and weigh about 3 oz. Both sensors are not waterproof and can become defective with urine or other liquids on them.
  • The DryEasy Plus sound volume is a maximum of 85 dB. This is quite soft. Rodger does not provide the sound level of its alarm.
  • Both can be connected to an AC power source or powered with batteries.
  • Rodger is significantly more expensive than the DryEasy Plus.

Examine the factual data presented.

Which would you prefer? Roger Wireless or DryEasy Plus Wireless? Is your reasoning logical?