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Needing to buy a new electric breast pump - any recommended?

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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
I need to buy a new electric breastpump,have had manual ones in past and don't find them good enough. Currently using an Avent Electric one but the motor is weakening on it and thinking of trying a new one. Anyone own an electric one,which brand and any good?
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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banned#1
I haven't got any advice but I hope you and your little family are well x x
#2
DLM
I haven't got any advice but I hope you and your little family are well x x


We are well,thanks 4 asking.
banned#3
I find this [COLOR="Navy"]very [/COLOR]offensive and demand you take it on to the baby thread or a baby forum immediately :x
#4
lumoruk
I find this [COLOR="Navy"]very [/COLOR]offensive and demand you take it on to the baby thread or a baby forum immediately :x


joking right ? :?
#5
lumoruk
I find this [COLOR="Navy"]very [/COLOR]offensive and demand you take it on to the baby thread or a baby forum immediately :x


richp
joking right ? :?


+1 seriously? can you give negative rep:x
#6
no , i second that, its half 7 and this is not on.

no breast talk please and i too DEMAND it gets taken elsewhere!
#7
tracyhay;7787919
+1 seriously? can you give negative rep:x

yeah, if you know how, but be prepared for a suspension and your rep reset to 0 :)
#8
lumoruk
I find this [COLOR="Navy"]very [/COLOR]offensive and demand you take it on to the baby thread or a baby forum immediately :x


I'm going ask there too.
banned#9
what car is it for?

i have a lotus and have a spare but you will need to provide your own nozzle
#10
I found the medela one was good. Think it was about £55 in mothercare.
#11
RBW
I found the medela one was good. Think it was about £55 in mothercare.


There a few electric Medela ones,a mini one,then a swing one which is about twice the price of the 1st and then there a really expensive set one,I ideally don't want to be paying anything past £100.
The mini ones says its for occasional use,if it's the 1 you bought did you heavy use it.
#12
branchinghenk
no , i second that, its half 7 and this is not on.

no breast talk please and i too DEMAND it gets taken elsewhere!


really guys im quite embarrased & angry by your reactions, this is the 21st century not the middle ages,I thought as a society we had moved on from the sni ggers & displeasure of talking about things like this, but i guess not, im guessing you read the topic title, if you didn't like what you read before clicking it, then move on, theres plenty of football threads or pics of models on the forum you can ogle over !!!!
banned#13
richp
really guys im quite embarrased & angry by your reactions, this is the 21st century not the middle ages,I thought as a society we had moved on from the s******s & displeasure of taling about things like this, but i guess not, im guessing you read the topic title, if you didn't like what you read before clicking it, then move on, theres plenty of football threads or pics of models on the forum you can ogle over !!!!


+1
#14
Yes it was the mini one, I used it very heavily. My little girl wouldn't latch on so I expressed for her until she was 7 months old. My first breast pump developed a strange noise after about 3 months so I took it back to mothercare and they replaced it free of charge. The second one was fine.
#15
ive got the medela mini and use it for light use and find it really really good! not sure how it would stand up to lots of use but seems sturdy enough.
#16
Thanks 4 the replies.

Will consider getting a Medela one,have emailled them to ask if they go in a steam steriliser as I don't sterilise any other way.
banned#17
richp
really guys im quite embarrased & angry by your reactions, this is the 21st century not the middle ages,I thought as a society we had moved on from the sni ggers & displeasure of talking about things like this, but i guess not, im guessing you read the topic title, if you didn't like what you read before clicking it, then move on, theres plenty of football threads or pics of models on the forum you can ogle over !!!!


DLM
+1


The mind boggles at why my similar thread got spammed but not this :?
#18
They can be stream sterilised, that's what I did
#19
I had the Medela Swing as it was recommended by my heath visitor and I was clueless (still am 8 months on!). I ended up only using it for 3 months but it was very good. It could be steam sterilised so I'm sure the mini could be too.
#20
LJC79
I had the Medela Swing as it was recommended by my heath visitor and I was clueless (still am 8 months on!). I ended up only using it for 3 months but it was very good. It could be steam sterilised so I'm sure the mini could be too.


I'll probably buy the swing one as it's mid range price.
#21
LJC79
I had the Medela Swing as it was recommended by my heath visitor and I was clueless (still am 8 months on!). I ended up only using it for 3 months but it was very good. It could be steam sterilised so I'm sure the mini could be too.


Thanks.
#22
Medela worked well for me 2

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