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Recommendations for breast pump?

(9 Posts)
ChorusLine69 Thu 28-Jul-16 09:18:08

Just this really - can I have some recommendations for breast pumps? The one I had last time is knackered and I want to invest in a good one. Would love to have some recommendations - am thinking electric rather than manual. Thanks all!

Yummymummy159 Wed 03-Aug-16 08:20:37

I rent a hospital grade one from medela as I feed my baby exclusively expressed milk think it works out about a tenner a week? It's amazing and I love it! Think it's the symphony model xx

CwtchyQ Wed 03-Aug-16 08:22:23

The medela one - i forget what it's called but I got it from boots and it was amazing. It was only the single pump on though, i think i'll be more hardcore next time and go for the double pump one grin

FirstTimeMummy25 Thu 11-Aug-16 02:28:22

Madela swing, I originally had a tommee tippee electric one but it broke after a couple of weeks so invested in a Madela Swing and it's the best thing I've done!

ForTheLoveOfSocks Thu 11-Aug-16 04:19:05

I've had the medela swing and the Lansinoh 2 in 1. The Lansinoh for me is the better pump.

Clickncollect Thu 11-Aug-16 05:37:12

Another vote for the medela swing here!

FestiveFran Thu 11-Aug-16 05:41:31

I had the Medela but have read great reviews of the Lansinoh equivalent which is cheaper.

FifiRebel Sat 13-Aug-16 23:15:31

I used medela symphony for 6 weeks while my baby was in NICU. At home I have the Ameda lactaline double pump - I've got exactly the same amount of milk from both pumps. The ameda has been excellent and reasonably priced at Boots when on offer + baby club welcome vouchers.

Thenadish Wed 24-Aug-16 22:51:02

Another thumbs up for the Medela swing. MIL recommended a manual so I bought a basic mothercare one but I express every morning and get so much more and more quickly using the electric. It's much easier (lazier?!) so well worth the money if you will be expressing regularly.

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