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Breast Pump Comparison

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Breast Pump Comparison Chart

Product Info Adjustable Speed Single Pumping Double Pumping Closed System Dual Voltage Battery Options Weight Add'l Info

Spectra S2
4.1 lbs This pump has a night light which shines on the control buttons which makes for great late night pumping sessions.

Spectra S9
1 lbs Completely portable and meant for travel. Due to this suction is not as great as a stand alone pump.

Spectra S1
4.1 lbs Built in rechargeable battery. Very quiet. Max suction of 300 mmHG.

Medela Pump In Style
with Max Flow Tech
4.2 lbs 2-Phase Expression technology that only the Medela breast pumps have.

Ardo Calypso
3.2 lbs “Vacuum Seal” technology. Allows for battery power. (batteries not included)

Ameda Mya
4.19 lbs Lightweight Proven AirLock Protection. No cleaning of tubing.

Freemie Pump
2.4 lbs Now you can double pump, hands-free, with your clothes on while you work or play!ction strength onmp.

Motif Luna
2 lbs Sophisticated, strong, and soothing. The Luna is the powerful new breast pump from Motif Medical.

Baby Buddhha
2 lbs We know just how busy being a new mom can be. That’s why we designed the BabyBuddha pump to free your hands and enhance your productivity.

Zommee
3.36 lbs The Zomee Breast Pump is extremely quiet and supports several charging systems so you can charge it just about anywhere.

Medela Free Style
5.09 lbs Medela's Freestyle Flex Breast Pump is a double electric daily use pump designed for the on-the-go mom who pumps several times a day.

EvenFlo Breast Pump
2.69 lbs This “goes anywhere” breast pump can be used with an AC adapter or 6 AA batteries, which makes it very convenient for the on-the-go mom.

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Breast Pump Comparison Chart

Check out our helpful breast pump comparison chart. We cover the features and benefits of each of the FREE breast pumps from Spectra, Medela, Motif, Freemie, Elvie, Ameda, and more. Here at The Breastfeeding Shop, we understand that new moms and dads have a lot of different options available to them when it comes to free insurance breast pumps. It may seem daunting to compare and contrast all the differences betweena Spectra vs. a Calypso or an Ameda vs. a Luna. Or, maybe you just want a Spectra pump comparison between the S2 and S9. Either way, this is where our online breast pump supplier can be very helpful. After you take a look at our breast pump comparison chart, you can always call us for more details. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff members are happy to break it all down for you.

Some electric breast pumps are very well suited for working moms. Meanwhile, other manual pumps work perfectly for the occasional pumper. You should look at your specific needs before you choose a breast pump. Once you make your breast pump selection, we’ll have your baby feeding equipment shipped right to you. It doesn’t matter if you need a breast pump on the West Coast of the U.S. or in Australia. Get in touch with us today. Plus, we work with a number of different insurance companies. We can help — whether you need Aetna and Tricare breast pumps or Highmark and Cigna pumps.