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Avent Twin Electric Breast Pump

This pump's unique active massage cushion imitates baby's natural suckling process and a gentle vacuum encourages steady milk flow. Customize the pump by adjusting the speed, vacuum and rhythm settings. Simply press a button to recall the last custom setting stored in its electronic memory system.


Why You'll Love It: When the electric pump is fully assembled, the second pump is designed to simultaneously mimic the speed and suction of the first pump.

Features
  • Patented soft 5-petal massage cushion
  • Boosts prolactin levels for faster milk flow
  • Saves last comfortable speed, vacuum and rhythm settings

Product Notes

Avent Twin Electric Breast Pump - White

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AventTwin Electric Breast Pump - White
 
4.5

(based on 2 reviews)

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4.0

Worked the best for me

By Taren A.

from Nebraska

About Me First Time Parent

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Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Easy to use
  • Fast/Efficient
  • Personal fit pumping

Cons

  • Leaks at times
  • Some Parts Hard to Buy

Best Uses

  • Breast Feeding
  • Comfort
  • Milk Storage
  • Working Moms

Comments about Twin Electric Breast Pump - White:

I loved this pump almost from day one. As the other reviewer said it can pull a little at first until you get the hang of the fact that you CAN control the suction by not just how fast you squeeze the handpiece but how deep of a squeeze you give the handpiece. Think shallow flutter squeeze for quick let down. Longer deeper squeeze for expression of milk. If you have never pumped before DO NOT just put this up to your breast and give it a full squeeze, you WILL be sorry! Once you get used to how this pump functions, than using the Medela pump in style doesn't even compare. Plus this remembered my last pumping rhythm which is awesome! I could get 13oz or more a pumping with this pump vs only 6-10oz with the other. My let down was so much better with the Avent because of the petals in the cones vs hard plastic of the Medela. The good thing about some parts is that they are cheap enough. A few down sides are the cones are top heavy even on full bottles so they can fall over even in the holders. the petals can cause a drip if you pull them away from your breasts and readjust or remove when done pumping. If you don't seat the petals right they can also give you a pinch. Plus you can't buy extra petals or cones except on the Phillip website. I am how ever planning on buying a second one of these because of how good of a job it did and because I liked how the bottles never retained a smell and could be used to feed plus mine came with the manual handle and diaphragm so I could just use that if I didn't have power.

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5.0

Cheaper at BRU

By Chandra

from Bakersfield, CA

About Me Parent of Two or More Children

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Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Easy to use
  • Fast/Efficient
  • Lightweight
  • Portable

Cons

  • Pulls too hard at first

Best Uses

  • Infants
  • Milk Storage
  • Travel

Comments about Twin Electric Breast Pump - White:

I got mine at BRU last Saturday on an emergency because my 9 month old is teething and hurt me too much. I sadly had to stop nursing him instantly and have exclusively pumped ever since. I have a Medela single electric pump that I used at first but it wasn't yielding enough milk so I switched to the double pump. I borrowed a double medela for my first son since he was born 5 weeks early and used that the whole 13 months we nursed. I do like some features of the Medela a little better that the Avent but I really like the Avent let down pillows. The difference is that you can control the suction on the Medela however hard or gentle you need it but not with the Avent. I have had no problems with the suction except on the first grab of the nipple it gives me a tinge of pain through my back but just that first one. I just might have extra sensitive nipples though. I was hoping to nurse my second for longer but then this happened. The difference of ease in nursing each child I'm pretty sure had to do with me pumping because with this baby I had the most pain ever the first 2 months of nursing him. Probably a combo of my small nipples and his small mouth and not pumping as often as with my first. I started with the Madela hospital pump with my preemie. I don't see myself pumping exclusively past 12 months but I will keep this pump for my next baby. I have to pump every 2 hours during the day and every 4 during the night in order to keep my supply sufficient for my big baby boy. He is 22 lbs now but seems so ravenous (so different from my first baby, he's still a skinny boy. Anyway I've been having my eye on the Avent pump ever since the day we conceived our second and so far with a weeks constant use I have no problems with it. I just wish that I produced more milk for my baby. P.S. I really enjoyed the video that came with it from the UK but for some reason it doesn't play on my DVD player even though it says DVD on it. I just play it on my computer. Maybe I'll try it again later.

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