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Recommend an electric pump

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ItchyFoot Fri 16-Sep-16 20:00:11

I'm looking for an electric breastpump as I used the manual tommee tippee one with dc1 and didn't like it. I could hardly get any milk out so she never fed from a bottle. Did you use an electric pump and would you recommend it?

SpeakNoWords Fri 16-Sep-16 20:05:05

I've got the Medela swing which has worked well for me.

ItchyFoot Fri 16-Sep-16 20:53:45

I'll have a look thanks.

eurochick Fri 16-Sep-16 20:55:31

I used the Medala Swing too. It did the job, although it sounds like a demented duck.

Fourormore Fri 16-Sep-16 20:56:43

Yep, the Medela swing is fantastic, can't fault it.

ItchyFoot Fri 16-Sep-16 21:33:09

Should I add it to the mumsnet recommendation thread? grin

AllTheShoes Fri 16-Sep-16 21:35:45

Almeda Lactaline worked brilliantly for me - and it's a sealed system which makes the whole thing much more hygienic.

RockCrushesLizard Fri 16-Sep-16 21:56:28

I like the Phillips Avent one - I used a Medela swing too, but found the Avent much more comfortable, it has nice pads around the flanges.
It's also a closed system (ie the milk can't get into the pump itself) so more hygienic than the Medela.

JustChangedForThis Fri 16-Sep-16 22:07:59

I used the Ameda Lactaline double pump which was fab - the motor was strong for a home pump (also hired a Medela Hospital Grade pump which was great).

sandylion Fri 16-Sep-16 22:08:58

Kinyo on amazon was fantastic. Great reviews too.

Littleelffriend Fri 16-Sep-16 22:10:39

Ameda una

FrogTime Fri 16-Sep-16 22:11:30

This one is awesome. We had a tommee tippee one that was awful but borrowed one of these from our early years centre. Best thing we ever did. Had everything not gone to pot we'd have bought one.

ItchyFoot Fri 16-Sep-16 22:24:27

Definitely like the look of the ameda ones

ispymincepie Sun 18-Sep-16 13:36:00

Medela mini has been my most effective and reliable

Fluffsnuts Sun 18-Sep-16 21:07:59

I second the ardo calypso. A closed system which is much better imo.

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