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Which is the best electric breast pump?
Which is the best breast pump?
Manual or electric breast pump?
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Getting your family or carer to help with breastfeeding or just shy about feeding your baby in public there are many alternative ways to feed your baby the milk they need.
The manufacturers of formula provide many convenient alternatives to breast milk, but in reality there is no better option than the one nature provided. Breast milk.
This site is dedicated to providing information and reviews of the best electric breast pumps.* Everything from which is the best breast pump for me, to what types of pumps are most suitable for me can be found on this site.
Let’s take a look at what’s available in the market and what types of pump and system are available.
|Product||Pump Name||Price Range||User Rating|
|ARDO Calypso Electric Breastpump||£75 – £175||5|
|Ameda Purely Yours Una Single||£75 – £175||5|
|ARDO Calypso Double Plus||£75 – £175||5|
|Medela Swing Maxi Double||£175 – £300||4.5|
|Philips Avent Single Comfort||£75 – £175||4.3|
|Lansinoh 2-in-1 Affinity Pro||£75 – £175||4.2|
|Spectra Dew 350 Hospital Grade Dual Expression||£75 – £175||4.2|
|Ameda Lactaline Personal Dual||£75 – £175||4.2|
|Medela Swing with Calma||£75 – £175||4.1|
|Medela Freestyle Double with Calma||£175 – £300||4.0|
|Medela Single Mini||£0 – £75||3.8|
|Spectra S2 Hospital Grade Double||£75 – £175||3.8|
|ARDO Calypso-to-go Double||£75 – £175||3.8|
|Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Electric Breast Pump||£0 – 75||3.1|
*Based on best electric breast pump reviews and sales on Amazon UK