Philips AVENT Comfort Single Electric Breast Pump £42.49 Amazon - BEST PRICE I'VE SEEN
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Philips AVENT Comfort Single Electric Breast Pump £42.49 Amazon - BEST PRICE I'VE SEEN

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Found 14th Dec 2017
Amazon have a £20 off £60 spend on Philips products taking the price of this machine down to £42.49. This is by far the best price I've seen plus Amazon customer service!
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How do you get the £20 off pls?
Great deal. Id highly recommend this pump very easy to use
sumz0121 m ago

How do you get the £20 off pls?


The discount is taken off automatically at checkout
Was tempted to share this deal myself a few days ago, but wasn't sure if it was a good price or standard, especially with Black Friday just gone and Jan sales coming...

Baby due Jan, girlfriend looking into expressing at some point, although not needed yet...

Is this ultimately a good product and price?

I've read it's noisy and some report it takes a good while, although others say it's excellent.

As I'm doing a lot of research for my other half, it's kind of tough knowing these things being a fella!

Thanks in advance for any thoughts on this and at least now it's posted I can keep tabs if it is a good price and piece of kit after all!
jedijacobs6 m ago

Was tempted to share this deal myself a few days ago, but wasn't sure if …Was tempted to share this deal myself a few days ago, but wasn't sure if it was a good price or standard, especially with Black Friday just gone and Jan sales coming...Baby due Jan, girlfriend looking into expressing at some point, although not needed yet...Is this ultimately a good product and price?I've read it's noisy and some report it takes a good while, although others say it's excellent.As I'm doing a lot of research for my other half, it's kind of tough knowing these things being a fella!Thanks in advance for any thoughts on this and at least now it's posted I can keep tabs if it is a good price and piece of kit after all!


My thoughts, Why the hell don't you use "I"?
jedijacobs1 h, 6 m ago

Was tempted to share this deal myself a few days ago, but wasn't sure if …Was tempted to share this deal myself a few days ago, but wasn't sure if it was a good price or standard, especially with Black Friday just gone and Jan sales coming...Baby due Jan, girlfriend looking into expressing at some point, although not needed yet...Is this ultimately a good product and price?I've read it's noisy and some report it takes a good while, although others say it's excellent.As I'm doing a lot of research for my other half, it's kind of tough knowing these things being a fella!Thanks in advance for any thoughts on this and at least now it's posted I can keep tabs if it is a good price and piece of kit after all!


Definitely get an electric one but if you can get one that is double your oh will be so much more grateful in the long run. There are some that are hospital grade which would be good.

With my first baby I expressed loads but this time round I hate doing it so just mainly feed and express to get the rare night out. I have been using the same pump - tommee tippee one but wouldn't recommend it. Brought it without any research when I got out of the hospital and have just stuck with it as hardly use it now.
I used this for a while then I got the double one in the black Friday deal. This is definitely a good deal even without the £20 off so with the discount it's a brilliant price. I'm guessing john Lewis will probably price match too.

I tried the medela freestyle it was good but keept making a noise after a while. I wasn't sure if that was normal but I returned it as it was too expensive to take the risk. I ordered an avent one and tested side by side and the avent produced slightly less milk (I'm talk around half an ounce). The medela was very painful and I had to buy separate parts too. This is very comfortable and for the price you can't go wrong. Really recommend it! Hope this helps jedijacobs
sumz018 h, 42 m ago

I used this for a while then I got the double one in the black Friday …I used this for a while then I got the double one in the black Friday deal. This is definitely a good deal even without the £20 off so with the discount it's a brilliant price. I'm guessing john Lewis will probably price match too. I tried the medela freestyle it was good but keept making a noise after a while. I wasn't sure if that was normal but I returned it as it was too expensive to take the risk. I ordered an avent one and tested side by side and the avent produced slightly less milk (I'm talk around half an ounce). The medela was very painful and I had to buy separate parts too. This is very comfortable and for the price you can't go wrong. Really recommend it! Hope this helps jedijacobs


Many thanks for your help.
I think I might make the purchase.
With 4 weeks to go, hopefully my girlfriend will benefit from it in the coming months.
For just over £40 electric, I can’t grumble, especially with your endorsement.
Thanks again x
Amazon are amazing with their returns so keep it boxed and if she doesn’t think she will use it then just return it.
sumz011 h, 4 m ago

Amazon are amazing with their returns so keep it boxed and if she doesn’t t …Amazon are amazing with their returns so keep it boxed and if she doesn’t think she will use it then just return it.



Any idea how long they will allow a return? I can't imagine she'll open or need it for a few months (providing breast feeding goes well)
I can’t remember exactly but I’m sure it was around 2/3 months. As soon as you get it you can check how long you have to return it.
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