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    I'm looking at getting an electric one this time around. What would you recommend? Thanks!

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    Subbing. Last time I used a Medela portable that they don't make any more (was a friends from about 7 years ago). It was great. I'm leaning towards the Medela Swing but would love to hear opinions.

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