6 Best Bed Alarms | April 2017

We spent 20 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top choices for this wiki. All patients value their privacy, but caregivers to the elderly know that they need a way to supervise frail or visually impaired individuals who shouldn't move around on their own. We found reliable bed alarms that can notify a nursing aid when their charge is trying to get up, so they can go to them quickly when needed and leave them alone when they are resting peacefully. Skip to the best bed alarm on Amazon.
6 Best Bed Alarms | April 2017
Overall Rank: 5
Best Mid-Range
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Overall Rank: 1
Best High-End
★★★★★
Overall Rank: 2
Best Inexpensive
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The motion detector in the Wright Stuff Wander is so discerning that it not only picks up on movement in the bed, but also around the room, or even in doorways. It isn't dependent on the patient being in contact with a pad, but it does cause some false alarms.
  • ideal for sleepwalkers
  • sensor works in the dark
  • doesn't come with a warranty
Brand The Wright Stuff
Model pending
Weight 8 ounces
Rating 4.3 / 5.0
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If the sound of a blaring alarm is disconcerting to your patient then simply switch the Syrtenty Long Term to music mode, and it will play "It's A Small World." Nurses can even plug earplugs into the phone jack if they don't want the sound to disturb others.
  • never gives false alarms
  • responds rapidly to motion
  • may not sense lightweight users
Brand Syrtenty
Model pending
Weight 1.5 pounds
Rating 3.8 / 5.0
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You'll get peace of mind with the Secure SUA-1. This sturdy device is tamper-resistant, meaning patients who don't necessarily want to be monitored, but should be for their own safety, cannot take it apart. Also, its bright color makes it easy to find and turn off quickly.
  • low battery indicator light
  • easily attaches to most beds
  • pad is antimicrobial and latex-free
Brand Secure®
Model UPJJ-S-JH90180
Weight 12 ounces
Rating 4.0 / 5.0
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The Smart Caregiver TL-2100B has a sensor pad that will operate dependably for a full year, giving you one less medical device to worry about replacing too soon. In addition to notifying an aid when the patient tries to get up, it also has a nurse-call button for the user.
  • alarm sounds if the items disconnect
  • pad has a comfortable foam interior
  • volume is easily adjustable
Brand Smart Caregiver
Model No Model
Weight 12 ounces
Rating 4.8 / 5.0
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Caring for an elderly loved one can become quite expensive and it's nice to save a little money when you can. The Secure Prevention has a magnetic backing that can be attached to a bed, wheelchair or stationary chair, helping you keep an eye on the patient at all times.
  • casing is made from abs plastic
  • quick and easy to reset
  • works via a reliable pull cord
Brand Secure®
Model pending
Weight 8 ounces
Rating 4.6 / 5.0
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The Smart Caregiver Wireless 433BR1 is a convenient kit that has a large sensor pad that can be placed under the patient and sends motion signals to the alarm, which can be placed up to 100 feet away from the user so as not to interfere with their bedding.
  • moisture-resistant pad
  • alarm has a soft chime option
  • sensitive enough for all users
Brand Smart Caregiver
Model 433BR1-SYS
Weight 16 ounces
Rating 4.9 / 5.0

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Last updated on April 22 2017 by Brett Dvoretz

A wandering writer who spends as much time on the road as behind the computer screen, Brett can either be found hacking furiously away at the keyboard or perhaps enjoying a whiskey and coke on some exotic beach, sometimes both simultaneously, usually with a four-legged companion by his side. He hopes to one day become a modern day renaissance man.