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    I second OKMart (now call OKme, but you can google either!). Heaps cheaper than other websites for lots of things baby!

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    I got my medela swing from nursingangel.com.au,



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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnysmama View Post
    I got my medela swing from nursingangel.com.au,
    Same here and I love it!

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    I had to express every feed so I rented the Medela Symphony from the chemist. Cost about $35 a week I think?? So worth it as I could do both boobs at once. Unfortunately not that transportable and when I tried to use my manual one I ended up throwing it across the room in annoyance! Patience is not my thing.

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    I bought a Philips Avent pack from Big W in their baby sale last year. It had a steriliser, a few bottles and a manual pump. I think it was about $120, so, pretty good value. It was great for the first few months, then I discovered I was using it a bit more than I thought I would, so I ended up getting the electric attachment second hand.
    Check out baby stores if you want to see a bit more range.
    The only thing I would recommend now when shopping for a breast pump is to check the angle that the spout comes of the breast part. I found with the Avent that if you didn't have the attachment on (you) at exactly the right angle, you had to really lean forward to get the milk to flow into the bottle as opposed the back up under the silicone cushion. It was a little annoying, but not enough that I would want to go out and buy another

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    I brought the medela mini off of eBay for $45 then I purchased a new lactaset at the chemist for $60, bargain

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    I bought my medela swing from Baby Bunting but I'm pretty sure you can pick them up much much cheaper from chemist warehouse (they have an online store too).

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    I got my Medela Swing from Toys R Us when they were having a sale.

    Awesome pump, I express fed my DS for just over a year, so it copped an absolute flogging and still works! Just had to replace the little rubber membranes about once a month (they wear out with constant use).

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    i got my electric advent pump from a chemist for 99 bucks. its one of the best things i bought

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    The Medela swing is cheapest at baby kingdom, up most places will price match so just take that price into your local baby shop :-)


 

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