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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsboyts View Post
    Shinning... What did you have to buy to convert it to a double?
    Ill post a list with photos tomorrow. Might not be till the arvo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinning View Post
    Ill post a list with photos tomorrow. Might not be till the arvo
    Thanks love no rush

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinning View Post
    I've got the Medela swing and converted it to a double. If u already have one maybe try that before buying another. The leaning and holding is annoying tho
    Thanks shinning. That would be awesome!

    I was thinking of getting another as I had a lot of problems with supply last time and thought a more powerful one might be better. Although maybe I should try this option first!

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    I have a swing which I love. Recently I've been trialing an event manual comfort something and it's amazing.... Get 200mls in a matter of minutes that would take me 15 min on the swing. For occasional pumping I wouldn't go past it

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    Ok here is a pic of the connector we made. The brown bit it a reticulation fitting from Bunnings. Came in a pk of 4 I think. The small bits of hose coming off this are 5mm also from retic section.
    Then u just need another pump head and the boob bit in your size. I'm a Med so we bought the manual pump kit from chemist they sell when u hire a pump. $55 I think??
    U also need 2 Medela hoses. They were $5 at the chemist and one came in the manual kit

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    As the pressure is split to double I press power on then + about 6 times to crank it up


 

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