Ameda Lactaline Personal Dual Electric Breastpump @ Amazon £49.99
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Ameda Lactaline Personal Dual Electric Breastpump @ Amazon £49.99

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Found 8th Jan 2013
Been researching breast pumps for a while now as expecting soon. From all the pumps, this came out the best as it has a barrier that isolates the breast milk from the pump mechanism which only hospital grade pumps have. It is the pump recommended by healthcare professionals.
I've never seen it at cheaper than £99 (RRP £130).

If you join Amazon family, you receive a credit for £10 on purchases over £50.
Using the voucher code MNKR9YON gives you another whopping £40 pounds off this system bringing it down to £49.99!!

Do not hesitate to buy this system if you are shopping for a breast pump. DYOR, but highly recommended!

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We bought the Philips Avent one but researched this one and preferred it. Great pump and heat added, but I'm annoyed at myself.

just about time. we've been looking this for a while. think its time to hit the button. thx op!

This is HOT!! We got one of these given from hospital to use .. Wife tried others before this ie avent and medela, but this pump is the dogs!! .... If you are looking for one then snap this up quick!! Good find op

back to £99.99!

samuelsmith87

back to £99.99!



D'oh.

The laughs I had using manual one on missus!
It's so funny!!! This would humour me for hours! Would probably kill me, death by comedy!

Original Poster

samuelsmith87

back to £99.99!



Bro, read the post again.

Breast pumps are a must have if you are breastfeeding. This would have saved me so much time as wel! Manual ones are rubbish

We got this at £70, thought it was a good deal then! Works really well.

Use code MNKR9YON

samuelsmith87

The laughs I had using manual one on missus!It's so funny!!! This would … The laughs I had using manual one on missus!It's so funny!!! This would humour me for hours! Would probably kill me, death by comedy!



haha. for some strange reason i had that kind of experience too

thanks very much!

Has it gone? What a shame. These NEVER go on offer. The best deal you'll get is a 15 or 20% off from a stockist (ours cost 81+). Also had one so can vouch for it. The Advent electric and Medela manual didn't agree with me. That said, to each his own shame they are not easier to try out. Bought the Medela (such a waste of £20), borrowed the Avent. Also worth mentioning that some NCT groups hire out pumps.

Original Poster

Offer is valid to the end of March apparently. It's still available. The price is currently £99. Follow the instructions in the post to get the price of £49

samuelsmith87

back to £99.99!


My bad, didn't read the post. it is still on offer

How do you join amazon family?

Great find!

This is a win win for me as I like pumps but I also like breasts. Heat added

Perfect for those with Diphallia

Free Milk, heat

Thank you, great find; just in time...

buckfast67uk

How do you join amazon family?



There is a list of criteria:

Evade tax
Put the heat on sellers that are doing well by freezing their account and money.
Be uncountable at all costs.
Never reply to email
Never speak on the phone
Never above all give any account of your actions to anyone
Use a crappy delivery service like yodel
Edited by: "daalphamale" 9th Jan 2013

Yup - good pump and very good price

Thanks, I still have my £25 voucher for joining Amazon Family so 34.99 for me:D

These babies can milk a Moob as well

daalphamale - nobody cares.

Buckfast67uk - Log in to your Amazon account and follow the instructions, nothing too complex just make sure you cancel within the three month trial period (if you don't want to continue). It's free if you are a Prime member.

Ordered one for the pregnant Mrs, definitely earnt me some good karma points with her, thanks.

BTW how do these compare with the Medula? she was after one of those.

le_petit_chou

Breast pumps are a must have if you are breastfeeding. This would have … Breast pumps are a must have if you are breastfeeding. This would have saved me so much time as wel! Manual ones are rubbish



Really? Funny how humans have survived millennia without them. I would say at least half, if not more, of these devices are tried once then never used again. A bit like reusable nappies...hands up those who bought them for their firstborn...

Original Poster

The_Hoff
For starters, it's a dual pump so both breasts can be done at once. With regards to comfort, it's a personal choice and varies individually. The advantage this one has over the rest is its unique system which completely isolates the milk from the breast from outside contaminants which medela and others don't. Not to mention also, but at this price, it's half the price of comparable devices!

eatmorefish

Really? Funny how humans have survived millennia without them. I would … Really? Funny how humans have survived millennia without them. I would say at least half, if not more, of these devices are tried once then never used again. A bit like reusable nappies...hands up those who bought them for their firstborn...



Hmm see both sides of the argument. We have friends who couldn't bare the breastfeeding but expressed so the baby got the best milk and mother was a lot happier. Can see why this is useful in a situation where you have a choice.

Banned

I put up the same deal in December without the Amazon family stuff. Interestingly, was not voted this hot...
Edited by: "Alex7911" 9th Jan 2013

Great find ordered and Heat added...

buckfast67uk

How do you join amazon family?



To get through this problem I had created an account on my wifes name which I will close in the next 3 months - before the Amazon family trial expires.

If you are an existing account holder you will still see the option to join the family under the product image...but you wont be eligible if you have tried any other trials in the past, so create a new account.

I expected this deal to go tits up!

Will this method work on similar priced pumps?

Also voucher MNKR9YON works without joining Amazon family but obviously you don't get the extra £10 off
Edited by: "Superman80" 9th Jan 2013

we paid £100 2 weeks ago for this - GUTTED!

It is pretty good though - haven't tried any other electric ones but it's good enough. Easy to clean and operate. I have pics of the wife using it but i doubt she'd be happy with me posting them

Wish I had a spare £50 to buy this! How long is the money off code valid for?

Original Poster

Superman80- the £10 voucher for joining amazon family is valid for any baby item £50+, but the £40 off voucher code is specific to this pump.

Otdmum- the voucher code is valid till the end of March, but the price of the pump might have gone up (or down!) by then

eatmorefish

Really? Funny how humans have survived millennia without them. I would … Really? Funny how humans have survived millennia without them. I would say at least half, if not more, of these devices are tried once then never used again. A bit like reusable nappies...hands up those who bought them for their firstborn...



Can you spot the irony in your post (_;)

This is a great deal, heat added. Wife using this and getting almost the same out as the £700 the hospital loaned us.

Using one of these, saving about £10 a week not buying milk for tea and cereal, heat added
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