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    Default Breast pump- avent, Medela or other?

    Hi girls , which one go you recommend? I don't plan on using it for first few weeks but would like to know ahead of time.
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    Default Breast pump- avent, Medela or other?

    Please bare in mind is be getting the sterilizer too and bottles that match.

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    Default Breast pump- avent, Medela or other?

    I have the avent electric pump and I liked it. Easy to use and no problems. I also have the avent bottles and sterilizer.

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    Default Breast pump- avent, Medela or other?

    Last time I used a medela swing which was good but this time (DS2 is 4 wks old), I brought a unimom allegro and its even better. All bits n pieces fit into my avent microwave sterilizer and most bottles will fit the pump. You cZn buy an attachment do larger opening bottles like avent can attach

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    Default Breast pump- avent, Medela or other?

    I use avent manual breast pump and I like it

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    I have the tommy tippee closer to nature was good, but after reading about open vs closed systems I will be getting a closed system. I have been looking at the amadala (sp?) and unimom.

    I'd rather have bottles that didn't match then risk getting an open system personally.

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    Default Breast pump- avent, Medela or other?

    Just bought the avent single electric - had a manual one years ago and it was great.

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    Default Breast pump- avent, Medela or other?

    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post
    Unimom all the way. Medela has mould issues as they are not a closed system. Don't worry about your bottles matching- few of the good pumps offer this.
    ^^^^this. I have a Unimom & love it, it minics the natural sucking motion of bub & works with the natural let down plus it's half the price of a Medela. There was a thread a few months back about open & closed pumps, definitely read it as it was a huge eye opener to me & I would never use an open system!!!!!

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    Default Breast pump- avent, Medela or other?

    Great . Seems like the allegro is the way to go thanks girls


 

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