Avent and Bub Hub are looking for 3 reviewers to trial Philips AVENT Comfort Manual Breast Pump! See below for more info and reviewer criteria.
To support mothers who want to breastfeed for longer, the Philips AVENT Comfort manual breast pump allows expressing more milk simpler, while at the same time provides greater comfort for mum. 94 percent of mothers strongly agree that being comfortable when expressing is important for good milk flow. With its unique breast shield design, mothers can sit in a comfortable position when expressing with no need to lean forward, yet milk still flows directly into the container. This improved position helps mothers feel more comfortable and, as a result, express more milk naturally.
According to a survey conducted by Philips AVENT of Australian mothers, the number one feature parents look for when purchasing a breast pump is ease of use. The Philips AVENT Comfort manual breast pump is compact in design with an ergonomically shaped handle for effortless fingertip control. This allows mothers to keep a tight seal on the breast, making pumping considerably easier.
The Comfort manual breast pump has a higher level of effectiveness for both the baby and mother. Philips AVENT’s unique massage cushion with soft petals gently compresses the breast to stimulate milk flow, cleverly mimicking the baby’s natural suckling behavior. This innovative cushion has a distinctive, velvety texture that feels warm on the breast, further helping mothers to relax while expressing.
Unique, natural expressing position
The Comfort breast pump is the only pump that allows mothers to express in a reclined position instead of leaning forward, which often leads to discomfort and back pain. Sitting up straight will allow the milk to flow directly from the breast into the container, This improved expressing position helps mothers feel more comfortable and as a result, express more milk naturally.
Clinically proven to be effective
The Comfort breast pump features our clinically proven massage cushion with soft petals that gently compress the breast to stimulate milk flow. The innovative cushion has a distinctive, velvety texture that feels warm on the breast, further helping mothers to relax whilst expressing. The removable cushion also prevents milk fooling, aiding hygiene and eliminating the risk of lost milk.
The new breast pump is especially compact and features an ergonomically shaped handle for effortless finger-tip control. This allows mothers to easily create and maintain a tight seal on the breast, making pumping considerably easier.
RRP: $99.95 each.
Reviewers will need to meet the following criteria –
- You are breastfeeding a child aged 0-12 months
- you have to be able to use the product and write a review (at least 50 words long) by Monday 9th of December.
- you are a member of our Reviewer Panel (you can join up - info here)
- your Reviewer Panel details are up-to-date with your current postal and email addresses
- you live in Australia
- write in this thread and tell us why we should select you
- please confirm that the address you have entered into the Reviewer Panel details of your profile are currently correct by writing 'address is correct' in your application. If you do not do this, your application will not be considered
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We'll be selecting 3 reviewers from all the posts made by 10 am (Brissie time) FRIDAY 1st of November!
If you are selected as a reviewer you must provide us with a written review by Monday 9th of December (if you think you won't be able to do the review in this time, please don't apply.)
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30-10-2013 17:23 #1
We need 3 reviewers for an Avent Manual Breast Pump!
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30-10-2013 17:46 #2
Please select me for reviewing .. I have a horrible time breastfeeding ,so I bottle feed my baby expressed breastmilk. the current pump I have hurts and I have to pump up to 10 times a day to get enough and to keep up my supply . I hand express as much as I can, just so I don't have pain from my pump I have now.
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30-10-2013 18:02 #3Senior Member
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Please select me!! My DD is 7 weeks old and was born 5 weeks prem and we have had issues from day 1.
I am working with a LC and I need to express and use a finger line to feed bub to teach her how to suck as she just cannot bf properly on her own. I use a hospital pump at home but I can't leave the house as I need to express every 2-3 hours to keep my supply up... And can't take my big pump so going out for longer than 30mins is impossible.
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Last edited by Anjalee; 30-10-2013 at 18:07.
30-10-2013 18:11 #4
DS is 6 weeks old and I have been battling super low supply issues and the pump loaned from the breast feeding centre is due back next week! I am desperate to continue breastfeeding. We pump, use a supply line and top up with formula. I would love to try the pump out in hopes it will continue to help with my supply
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31-10-2013 02:34 #5Senior Member
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- Aug 2010
- Upper Coomera
3 reviewers for Avent breast pump
My daughter is 16 weeks old. I thought I was doing fine with breastfeeding but in the last 6 weeks, I have been struggling with keeping her weight up. She only put on 50 grams over last 3 weeks and is currently under monitoring by the childhealth nurse. Did a blood test last Friday to see if she is low in iron and meanwhile, to get more milk into her, I have to feed her every 3 hours and express milk into bottles to top up her feed. I was renting the medela hospital grade pump and it is a bit expensive to continue renting and if I could have the Avent pump to try over the next few weeks to continue the feed routine of latching and expressing to top up. That would be great.
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31-10-2013 13:19 #6
Thanks guys! Who else is keen?
31-10-2013 14:25 #7
Hi I would be keen to review this one. I'm currently now deep into breastfeeding mode with baby #2. I've always hated pumping because I always have to lean forward due to my small breasts. Every time I pump, I always have to tip the pump forward to allow the milk to flow into the bottle.
I have used the old manual Avent pump design, and although I love the little 'petals' that gently press against the sides of my breast to push the milk out, my milk always gets stuck inside the petals whenever the milk would not flow forward smoothly due to my needing to lean forward in an ackward position.
I would definitely very much like to see how this particular 'unique design' could enable me to pump in a reclined position.
Last edited by The Crunchy Mum; 31-10-2013 at 14:30.
01-11-2013 08:35 #8
I would love to try it. I had an Avent pump but my boobs broke it :\ I use an electric one at the moment but it is not portable. Im exclusively breastfeeding no2 at the moment and need to be able to express so dh can feed him if I am at appointments etc. With a rampaging toddler not being tied to one place could be useful I am interested to see how its changed from the original too!
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Last edited by Catkin; 01-11-2013 at 12:57.
01-11-2013 11:10 #9
Thanks all - I will be notifying the lucky reviewers shortly
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