Hi ladies~~what brand of b****t pump do you like and why?

I haven't used one in 7 years and can't remember what I used but I no longer have it. Now that I'm expecting again, I've been looking for pumps again. So I'm wondering, what brand do you like and why? And if you can provide links to it, please do. Thanks!

Asked By: lil lady - 12/19/2009
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
I have an Evenflo electric pump. It was only like 50 dollars and works really well. The suction isn't dramatic, but it does the job quickly and painlessly. I can pump 4 oz in less than 10 minutes, so... I couldn't afford a more expensive pump, but it turns out that I didn't need one! Congrats on your new baby! ~*~
Answered By: ~*~ Jacob Ray's Mommy ~*~ - 12/19/2009
Additional Answers (8)
Manual Medela Harmony, its simple and does the job effectively :-) Congratulations
Answered By: Proudmommy - 12/19/2009
i just use ballons they work the best
Answered By: johnny canuck - 12/19/2009
the Lansinoh one is great! is not as expensive as the Medela or Ameda, which ACTUALLY is the exact same one! if you google it you'll know what I mean, if I'm not wrong they're made by the same company, just the Lansinoh is WAY more affordable! works great I love it! p.s. don't buy a manual one THEY BREAK!
Answered By: ME - 12/19/2009
Medela Pump in Style. It's hospital grade, which means it has lots of suction. It also has the option to double pump. I know for a fact that it lasts forever, because I got mine from my friend that had two kids, and she got it from one of her friends. That pump has been going for at least 4 years... More
Answered By: lynzal41 - 12/19/2009
I use the medela swing pump. It's a little pricier than some other options, but i have large breasts and it works much better for me than the evenflo one I had with my first child. I can pump a bottle for my son in less than 10 minutes and it is very easy to clean and use.
Answered By: VicM - 12/19/2009
To ME: I have a manual Lansinoh pump, and it hasn't broke. I love it actually. It gets the job done and it wasn't expensive. :) Good luck.
Answered By: Kelsey - 12/19/2009
Medela Electric Double pump all the way. Why on earth would people use manual ones?! This one gets the job done fast, and it works great. I used it for 11 months with my first, and just broke it out again with my second. I only get 15 min breaks at a time so this is the way to go for me
Answered By: Sugarbaby - 12/19/2009
I used an electric/battery Lansinoh double pump, and it was the best thing ever! It has lasted well over a year!
Answered By: Amy - 12/19/2009
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