Medela Pump In Style Reviews
Product Type: Medela kids equipment
Description:Brand: Medela / Type: Breast Pumps
Newest Review: ... it has now been reduced to £175. The Boots website describes this item: The Medela Pump In Style is a dual electric breast ... more
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Customer Medela Pump In Style Reviews (6)
by - written on 16/03/10, updated on 18/03/10 (Very useful, 31 readings)
My daughter has Down's Syndrome and could not feed directly from me for the first 7 weeks. I had another electric pump Lactaline which broke from over use! I tried a small electric pump b Medela and a Tommee Tippee hand pump before deciding it was worth the expense t get this model. The Pump In Style is a twin pumping unit that is much quieter than the others I've tried - even the hand held one that seemed to squeak! Everything you need comes in one stylish black rucksack. The power pumping unit is housed in the bottom part of the bag and this compartment can be zipped up to reduce the noise level even more. I can easily watch TV and listen to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/00, updated on 23/10/00 (Very useful, 292 readings)
I am an american and have a Medala Pump in Style. When the twins were born I wanted a good quality pump knowing that I would have to return to work. I did quite a bit of research on the pumps and thought that this pump would be best for my needs. I was surprised at the price though, $277 (US funds). I learned through my research that the pumps made by formula companies are horrible. Which makes sense if they make a lousy pump that is painful or troublesome to use people may give up and buy their formula. I was going to purchase a cheaper Medala model but my fiancee switch it for the Pump In Style when I said I wanted to nurse for at least a year. The pump is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/08/10 (Very useful, 24 readings)
I bought this double pump after using a Medela single pump for three months due to exclusively expressing feeds. I bought a double pump due to the single pump taking too long to express and I was getting frustrated at wasting precious time I could be spending with my Daughter. I can honestly say that this is the best investment I have ever made. It may have cost £219.99 from Boots at the time - although they are currently 20% off at present but it really is priceless. I actually paid £179.95 in March 2010 from www.expressyourselfmums.co.uk as I had found a discount code at the time, however it has now been reduced to £175. The Boots ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/00, updated on 31/07/00 (Very useful, 447 readings)
I decided to purchase one of these pumps after hearing such great things about them by our American counterparts. This pump is unavailable in the shops, I had to purchase mine from a medical suppliers. Most of the UK shops only supply hand pumps, and you can hire hospital grade pumps from organisations like the NCT. The PIS is a double electric pump, with variable suction, and is encased in a leather bag and looks pretty much like a shoulder bag. It comes with 3 ice packs, 4 bottles and a power adaptor. There are other accessories available - mainly a rechargeable batterypack and an in car adaptor. The pump is fairly portable, and I found very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/09/01, updated on 19/09/01 (Very useful, 432 readings)
With my first child I bought and used a Boots Hand Pump. Whilst I managed to get a few feeds out with it, mostly it was hit and miss and very hard work. I now have a second child and bought out this old hand pump again. After using it for a couple of days I realised that for whatever reason I just wasn't getting on with it. My second son isn't a great feeder at the breast but I don't want to change him over to formula yet, so I wanted to find a good pump. I'd heard on the internet about Medela electric pumps and thought they sounded good. I contacted a local baby equipment hire outlet and rented a Medela from them for a week at a cost ... Read the complete review
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