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    Default Spectra breast pumps

    Hi ladies

    Looking to buy a Spectra electric breast pump and i cant decide between:

    Spectra 9

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    S2

    I know the S2 is a hospital grade one but is only $40 more expensive than the S9.

    Can anyone help me at all?

    Also Just a heads up that Spectra has a sale on atm for those who are interested.

    Thanks ladies šŸ˜ŠšŸ˜Šl

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    Unless you are pumping FT the 9 is sufficient for your needs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia&Hannah View Post
    Unless you are pumping FT the 9 is sufficient for your needs.
    Thanks lovely lady, i knew u had a spectra from your previous posts so was hoping you would reply šŸ˜Š

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    I have the S2 and its been fantastic. I need to pump on two occasions three days a week while I am at work to a) simulate feed time and keep my supply going and b) express the feeds for DS next care day feeds.

    I originally had the 9 but it was taking me too long because i could only do one side at a time. I have made myself a hands free pumping bra which allows me to get my expressing done in around 10 minutes and still work while doing so.

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    I loved my s2. Couldn't recommend high enough. Also their customer service was awesome

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    Another happy camper with an s2 here

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    Quote Originally Posted by GucciDahling View Post
    I loved my s2. Couldn't recommend high enough. Also their customer service was awesome
    This ^^^^

    Best pump, would highly recommend!

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    I've got an S2 - very happy with it

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    Question how does spectra pumps differ from medela pump in style advanced? I know spectra are a closed system. Just considering getting a new pump for when i return to work

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    Quote Originally Posted by GucciDahling View Post
    I loved my s2. Couldn't recommend high enough. Also their customer service was awesome
    Ditto - super fast for at work pumping.


 

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