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Tommee Tippee Freedom Breast Pump reduced to just £6.11 @ Tesco

£6.11 @ Tesco
Saw this instore - Tesco Chorley For picture see next post... Reduced from £24.48 then to £12.23 and now to £6.11 This is a really great bit of kit, I have used one for over 7 months now - inval… Read More
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8y, 4w agoFound 8 years, 4 weeks ago
Saw this instore - Tesco Chorley For picture see next post...

Reduced from £24.48 then to £12.23 and now to £6.11

This is a really great bit of kit, I have used one for over 7 months now - invaluable and now really cheap!! Includes microwave steriliser etc
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#2
What store did you got to? My wife was after one of these
#3
Johniemac
What store did you got to? My wife was after one of these


Chorley, Lancashire. They had loads of them - I took a pic on my phone, just can't seem to upload it at the moment... will do asap.
#4
Johniemac
What store did you got to? My wife was after one of these


At this price, you can buy a pair and half your expressing time!
#5
get an electric Medela one instead .. much better :thumbsup:
#6
vickyo
Chorley, Lancashire. They had loads of them - I took a pic on my phone, just can't seem to upload it at the moment... will do asap.


OK thanks. I'm in Glasgow so hopefully got them reduced in a store here too.

thekanester
At this price, you can buy a pair and half your expressing time!


Good idea. Wonder if the milking machine....sorry I mean the wife would appreciate that.:whistling:
1 Like #7
Whilst this appears to be a good deal - I suspect it is so cheap because they have now changed the type of plastic they use - please check it is BPA free, this chemical found in plastic such as baby bottles is safe at normal temperatures - but when the bottle is heated or/and hot/boiling water is added, scientific evidence has said small leakage occures - this chemical is known/believe to cause gene changes/damage -and been linked to genes responsible for sex and sexuality - BPA known as a gender bending chemical. BPA use in baby bottles has been band in some countries, but not in the UK - however baby bottles manufactures such as Avent, Tommee Tippee have now stopped making baby bottles from that type of plastic see their website
http://www.tommeetippee.co.uk/content/tommee_tippee_closer_to_nature_bottles_are_now_bpa-free_/
I am really not trying to scare, just keeping people informed -
#8
toonarmani;5081363
get an electric Medela one instead .. much better :thumbsup:

I used an ameda - it was brilliant
#9
mine was about £15 a few months ago so hot! oh and jonniemac, so not funny
#10
kebedom
Whilst this appears to be a good deal - I suspect it is so cheap because they have now changed the type of plastic they use - please check it is BPA free, this chemical found in plastic such as baby bottles is safe at normal temperatures - but when the bottle is heated or/and hot/boiling water is added, scientific evidence has said small leakage occures - this chemical is known/believe to cause gene changes/damage -and been linked to genes responsible for sex and sexuality - BPA known as a gender bending chemical. BPA use in baby bottles has been band in some countries, but not in the UK - however baby bottles manufactures such as Avent, Tommee Tippee have now stopped making baby bottles from that type of plastic see their website


Asda has the new versions instore for £10 at their baby event
#11
Excellent offer, recommended
#12
They missed a trick not calling it Tommee Tittee
1 Like #13
Not the best hand pump.

i would avoid.
#14
Bittie!!......lol
#15
I used a similar one (same manufacturer, older model) and at this price it is a very good bargain. Any breastfeeding mum should be having a pump around even if only for emergencies. The pump helped me keep a good milkflow for the first six months and I was freezing all the extra expressed milk.
suspended#16
I was gonna buy this a few weeks ago at higher price but my baby hates the bottles. I had a tesco one and that was crap but bought a Lansinoh one and it came this morning. Best one I have ever used and it came with loads of spare parts too :)
#17
Had this and hated it, soo glad that part is all over with now! Good price though.
#18
why is this hot? it's over 4 months old!

is it actually still available at this price?! :?
#19
I got this from tesco a few months ago 4 £1.53 so i got 2 at that price it doesnt matter if i just use it the once.
#20
vickyo
Asda has the new versions instore for £10 at their baby event


Do you know when the next one is on? Ta
#21
Lewman
They missed a trick not calling it Tommee Tittee


Or even Tommee Bittee lol
#22
I bought one and found it utterly useless. Best for people with babies and things really
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discoduster
I bought one and found it utterly useless. Best for people with babies and things really


Well good job you got one of those then! :whistling:

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