The Nighthawk Story

Night Hawk Bed Wetting Alarm was originally invented by Mr RJ Smith, a laser optic engineer who was, at the time, an integral part of a team engaged to invent a laser beam that could “ping” the surface of Mars and by doing that they were able to draw the terrain and typography.  Pretty high tech!

So when his son was experiencing the trauma of bed wetting, he turned his hand to creating a solution to the problem.  RJ soon invented the Potty Pager, the earlier version of the Night Hawk Bedwetting Alarm.  He later took this into commercial production to help other bedwetting sufferers around the world.  That was 22 years ago, almost 100.000 units and the rest, as they say, is history.

In 2013, Bed Wetting Global Limited was very fortunate to take over the company and are continuing the great tradition of helping boys and girls all around the world regain their confidence and control.

Like RJ, Bed Wetting Global Limited’s Managing Director was a bed wetter up until the age of 14, when he was sent to boarding school, he was scared of wetting the bed and having his peers tease him – he simply was afraid to go to sleep in fear of wetting the bed.  Obviously, he inevitably had to sleep, however in the process, he became an extremely light and short sleeper.  Something that has continued throughout his whole life and even today.  Now, in his 50’s, he is still not a good sleeper and suffers from the side effects that irregular sleep brings.

So when his son also became a bed wetter, he went in search to find the very best cure, as he didn’t want his son to go through the agony and self-consciousness that he had to endure.

And that’s when he found Night Hawk!

Night Hawk fixed the problem of bedwetting with his son in just 2 weeks and he has proudly never wet the bed since.

 

A Brief History of Night Hawk Bed Wetting Alarm

Night Hawk Bedwetting Alarm was introduced in 2007 by the makers of the Potty Pager, which has cured over eighty thousand bedwetters. The Night Hawk Bedwetting Alarm has the same vibrational power of the Potty Pager, but it gives the user the option to leave it loud, or to silence the buzzer. So, older kids will have the option to silence the Night Hawk and don’t have to worry about someone else hearing the vibration if they are on a sleep over or on a school camp.

The Night Hawk Bedwetting Alarm and its predecessor the Potty Pager are recommended by pediatricians and urologists worldwide. It runs on two AA Lithium batteries, comes with a 30-day no-questions-asked money-back guarantee, and a 90 day replacement warranty.

You will know within the first 30 days whether it is going to work for your child, because it must wake them to cure them. Potty Pager had a very high success rate with over 80,000 customers prior to adding the Sound feature to the Night Hawk Bedwetting Alarm and to date have had an over 90% success rate since this feature was added.  Original clinically trials have proven effective results even for hard-to-cure teen bedwetters.

Night Hawk Bedwetting Alarm was originally invented by Mr RJ Smith a laser optic engineer who was working with NASA and his wife Judy. RJ was an integral part of the team established to invent a laser beam to track the terrain and typography of Mars.  Pretty high tech!

So when his son was experiencing the trauma of bed wetting, he turned his hand to creating a solution to the problem.  RJ invented the Potty Pager, the earlier version of the Night Hawk Bedwetting Alarm.  He later took this into commercial production to help other bedwetting sufferers around the world.  That was 22 years ago, and the rest as they say is history.

Now the amazing technology has been bought by another anxious father who was searching for an answer to his son’s bedwetting problems.

Like RJ Bedwetting Global Limited’s Managing Director was a bed wetter tilt he age of 13 when he was sent to boarding school and was scared or wetting the boy and having his peers tease him – he simply wouldn’t go to sleep in fear of wetting the bed.  Now eventually he did obviously have to sleep, however in the process he become a very light and short sleeper.  Something that has continued through his whole life and even today, now in his 50’s, he is not a good sleeper and suffers from the side effects that irregular sleep brings.

So when his on also became a bedwetter, he went of a search to find the very best cure, as he didn’t want his son to go through the agony and self-consciousness that he had to endure.

And that’s when he found Night Hawk!

Customers report cure times range from 12 weeks down to just one night!

The results speak for themselves!