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  1. #1
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    Jun 2012
    Melbourne VIC

    Default Unimom electric breast pump

    Looking at this pump to buy but there's different ones. What one is good? Also I have some closer to nature bottles, will these attach to it or is there other attachments I must buy? How does that work?

    FTM sorry.. Lol

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    Join Date
    Jun 2011
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    I haven't got one but was looking at them on ebay. The allegro looks good. You can buy a wide neck attachment so you can attach the pump directly to a wide neck bottle like pigeon or avent. Not sure about ctn as they are even wider. I did hear closer to nature was being discontinued but couldn't find anything in a google search.
    DS would only use the pigeon wide neck bottles and teats for the occassional bottle.

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