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Are you currently breastfeeding? Sign up to test Tommee Tippee’s new Made for Me Double Electric Breast Pump here

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GraceEMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 23-Feb-21 12:18:21

We are looking for 30 UK Mumsnetters who are currently breastfeeding to test out Tommee Tippee’s new Made for Me Double Electric Breast Pump.

Here’s what Tommee Tippee has to say: “Breastfeeding may be the most natural thing in the world, but that doesn’t necessarily make it easy. That's why we’ve dedicated a range of products designed to suit every need. Boobs, pads, pumps or bottles, there’s a Tommee Tippee product designed to suit you however, wherever and whenever you feed. Our Double Electric Breast Pump is small, discreet and mighty quiet, this is the breast pump for busy mums who just want to get on with things. Simply charge it up, get comfortable and pump away using the 5 massage and 9 express modes to find the one that’s right for you. With MassageTec cups, made of soft, cushioned silicone that’s gentle on your breasts, this pump provides a comfortable way to mimic your baby’s latch-on and stimulate milk flow. We hope you enjoy using it and would love to hear your feedback.’’

Selected testers will be sent a Made for Me Double Electric Breast Pump (RRP £169.99) and will be asked to test the product over the course of two weeks. Selected testers will get to keep the pump after the product test has ended.

Following testing the product, selected testers will need to give their feedback via a thread on Mumsnet and a short survey.

All testers who give the required feedback will be entered into a prize draw where one MNer will win a £100 voucher for the store of their choice (from a list).

If you’re interested in taking part, please sign up here.

Thanks and good luck!


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OP’s posts: |
PlinkPlink Tue 23-Feb-21 19:17:21

I'm breastfeeding my 8mo DD at the moment.

We'd be happy to test this out!!

BakeOffRewatch Tue 23-Feb-21 19:40:57

I’m breastfeeding my 16 week old baby and have been looking at pumps for imminent return to work. Have signed up.

Teaplease29 Tue 23-Feb-21 22:27:46

BF my baby and about to return to work. Need a good pump to make sure I leave plenty behind for my little milk monster!

bookishtartlet Tue 23-Feb-21 22:46:03

I've not had success with any pump other than hospital equipment, so would be really keen to try this out for my 6 week old second child. Have signed up.

Hope4theBestPlan4theWorst Tue 23-Feb-21 23:05:50

Would be delighted to try this out 👌

authenticallyclara Tue 23-Feb-21 23:24:04

Would love to test this out! Breastfeeding my toddler & have a baby due in 3 months!

CraazyCatLady Thu 25-Feb-21 00:26:26

Would be pleased to try this new pump. The pump I already have isn't very good, so it would be nice to try another one.

Happy to answer questions and give feedback too.

SpunBodgeSquarepants Thu 25-Feb-21 01:16:21

Oh my god i can't believe this has come up at this exact time - I have a 2-week-old and am breastfeeding and was only speaking to my health visitor yesterday about expressing milk to keep in the freezer. Got everything crossed I am selected for this...!!

Clementine8 Thu 25-Feb-21 05:20:09

Signed up and keeping my fingers crosser this will be the answer for me going back to work.

excitedemmi Thu 25-Feb-21 07:16:36

Have signed up. Also hoping to be picked! Reviews on mumsnet have been vital to me choosing needed items for my new babies!

Scoobygang7 Thu 25-Feb-21 09:59:27

Would love to test this out I've not had any success with pumps other than hospital grade ones.

metalmutha Thu 25-Feb-21 16:05:20

Have just applied, would love to try this for my 4 week old baby. It might just save my nipples!!

Dancingdolphins Thu 25-Feb-21 17:46:35

Also applied. Need to build up a supply for when I'm at work and my current single medela pump isn't cutting it.

flappityflippers1 Thu 25-Feb-21 17:56:31

Have signed up! Baby 2 due to be born in 3 weeks ish and planning on exclusively pumping :D

Stej7 Thu 25-Feb-21 18:10:24

I would love to try a busy mum who has returned to work and is having to pump twice a day at work to produce milk for my son who has a food aversion this sounds like the answer to my breastfeeding prayers 🤞

Sarahneedscoffee Thu 25-Feb-21 18:23:57

This is just what I need to try to help me with breast feeding.

MamaChan Thu 25-Feb-21 18:38:00

Breastfeeding my DC and this would make life so much easier. It might even mean I can get to the shops solo. Fingers crossed. 🤞🏾

MrsCShaw Thu 25-Feb-21 19:53:47

I would love to try this my daughter is 5 months old , 4 months adjusted. She was born early and as a result would not take to the breast at first so I expressed for her using the hospital Medela pumps , since returning home I use a Tommee Tippee hand pump.

buntingandstarcharts Fri 26-Feb-21 18:52:00

Yes please I would like to try this, my baby is due in May

Pinecone88 Sat 27-Feb-21 11:30:50

Signed up as I would love to try a pump that's easy to take with me when traveling and outside of home 🙂

Missmonkeypenny Sat 27-Feb-21 18:51:57

Just signed up! BF 14m old DS who has cmpa and soya allergy so is solely reliant on me! He starts nursery next month so I'll be needing to pump for him ( and for me comfort wise ) and I've been looking for a new pump but very undecided by a well known hands free one or something a bit more heavyweight!

peepholepringle Sun 28-Feb-21 19:34:41

Signing up now. Breastfeeding DD and have had no luck whatsoever with the other pumps
I've tried

NightOwl19 Tue 02-Mar-21 14:54:19


LolaNova Tue 02-Mar-21 23:41:21

Stupidly lent my pump to a friend last year when she was struggling with feeding and she never returned it. Now starting to think about building up a freezer stash for when I can go to running club, start doing some longer training sessions, do some volunteering, and for when I go back to work in 5/6 months and have no pump!

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