We are looking for 25 reviewers for Philips AVENT Comfort Single Electric Breast Pump! See below for more details and for reviewer criteria.
Philips AVENT Comfort single electric breast pump
When you’re comfortable & relaxed, your milk flows more easily. Philips AVENT Australia’s Favourite Infant feeding brand have 25 of their NEW Comfort single electric breast pumps worth RRP$249.95 to review and keep!
Unique, natural expressing position
The Comfort breast pump allows mothers to express in a comfortable position without the need to lean forward, which often leads to discomfort. This improved expressing position helps mothers feel more comfortable & 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.
To stimulate the let-down reflex, mothers can start in a gentle stimulation mode then they can choose from 3 expression settings, depending on their preference for suction intensity.
Easy to combine breast and bottle feeding
Combining breast & bottle has never been easier with the new Natural bottles & Comfort breast pump range. The Natural bottle & Comfort breast pump integrate fully, so mothers can pump, store & feed with the same Natural feeding bottle.
Reviewers will need to meet the following criteria –
- you are a first-time, breastfeeding mum with a baby up to 18 months old.
- you have to be able to use this product for two weeks and write a review (at least 50 words long) by TUESDAY 22nd of April.
- 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 address
- 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 consideredWe'll be selecting 25 reviewers from all the posts made by 2pm (Brissie time) on FRIDAY 21st of March.
To check your address in your profile, go to User Control Panel > Edit Profile and scroll down to the Reviewer Panel Street Address and Suburb fields. These details CANNOT be seen by anybody other than our administrators.
If you are selected as a reviewer you must provide us with a written review by TUESDAY 22nd of April (if you think you won't be able to do the review in this time, please don't apply).
When we select reviewers, we give preference to regular contributors to our community and those who have posted in our reviews section previously. (How to add a review guide.) So if your review total = 0, the chances are you won't get picked! You can review a whole heap of pregnancy & parenting items, as well as local parks, and most of anything you can think of! So get to reviewing some other products if you want a chance to review in one of our panels.
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18-03-2014 12:08 #1
25 reviewers needed for Philips AVENT Comfort Single Electric Breast Pump!
Last edited by BH-community; 11-04-2014 at 14:31.
18-03-2014 12:22 #2
I'm a first time mum of an 8 week old who is exclusively breastfed and am able to test & provide a review of this product within the required timeframe.
I'm looking to introduce a regular bottle of ebm every night so my son can get used to it before I go back to uni so I will need to express regularly.
I am going back to uni in a few months so will require a good, reliable and efficient breast pump so that all my baby's feeds are covered & that he can be fed by various carers/family members while I'm at uni.
Address is correct.
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18-03-2014 12:25 #3
Yes please. I am returning to work soon and want to be able to express for ds. I currently use a manual avent pump but would like to try the electric in hopes of pumping more so we can continue our breastfeeding journey.
My address is correct :-)
Edit. I am a first time mummy
♥me & he = ds 17/9/13♥
Last edited by Me&Smooches; 19-03-2014 at 23:01.
18-03-2014 12:36 #4
I have an 8 week old baby girl and currently pump every morning and have done since she started sleeping through a few weeks ago. I am able to use this product everyday for the entire time needed and can post a review.
Address is correct.
18-03-2014 12:53 #5
I'm a first time mum with a 6 and 1/2 months old daughter who I still breastfeed. I am back at work part time so I need to express so that my husband can feed her. I currently pump at least once a day, more so when I'm at work.
My current pump just doesn't seem to cut it any more so I would be interested in seeing how this one compares.
I have been expressing since she was 2 weeks old so I understand pumps functions and limitations and will easily be able to adapt this knowledge for the purpose of reviewing this pump.
My address details are correct. Edit to add further information: I will be able to complete and review by the deadline, I pump at home and at work. I do find when I am in a rush I don't get as much milk. I mainly rush when I am at work as I only get a 15 minute break and I am often in an uncomfortable position to pump
Last edited by maternidade; 19-03-2014 at 01:27. Reason: add more information
18-03-2014 14:35 #6
Thanks for the interest guys!
18-03-2014 15:15 #7
I so wish I could try this out as my pump is crap. But I'm tandem feeding baby and toddler so not first time breastfeeding.
Address is correct tho if you do happen to need extra reviewers.
Last edited by 2Butterfly; 18-03-2014 at 20:41.
18-03-2014 15:22 #8Feel my wrath!
- Join Date
- May 2008
- Where the wild things are
I would love to review this. This is my 3rd baby, though. She is 5 weeks.
I did not breastfeed my first and did not express much with my second as she would not take a bottle, so I would love to have a try with this pump. So please consider me!
My address is correct
18-03-2014 15:30 #9Junior Member
- Join Date
- Apr 2012
I would love to part of this trial.
First time mum to a little 4 week old baby girl.
Breastfeeding became impossible due to her laziness - but she loves to be breastfed from a bottle
Currently wasting my days away using a non Avent manual pump - would love to trial the electric to see if it would be more efficient and save me time seeing as I'm currently expressing 8-12 times each day.
Address is correct.
Can complete trial in time frame and post review
18-03-2014 15:58 #10Member
- Join Date
- Aug 2013
- Mountain Creek
I'm a first time mum of a nearly 3 week old baby boy. I currently exclusively breast feed by demand. My partner goes back to work soon and as he works away I'm interested in pumping a bottle a day so that daddy can get some bonding time when he is home.
My address is correct and I can complete the review in the time frame!
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