How to Get an S1, S2, or S9

Here at The Breastfeeding Shop, we are big fans of the Spectra brand and their terrific breast pumps. These comfortable, quiet breast pumps are very helpful for breast pumping moms — whether you pump exclusively every day or only every once and a while. But which Spectra pump is right for you? If you’re wondering how to get an S1, S2, or S9, you’ve come to just the right spot. We’ll break down the differences between S1 and S2 with the S9, so you can stay focused on preparing for your baby’s arrival. You probably have more than enough to do at the moment. You may be painting the bay’s room or buying diapers and supplies. Let us save you some time and effort by telling you all about the various Spectra pump models. Our insurance breast pumps include:

Spectra S1 Plus

Spectra S2 Plus

Spectra S9

S1 S2 and S9

Spectra S1 Plus Pumps

This hospital-grade double electric pump allows you to pump both breasts at the same time, helping to make your sessions a little quicker. The S1 pump’s adjustable settings (including massage mode and expression mode) allow you to find a setting that’s right for you. Additionally, this great breast pump has a backflow protector. This will help protect your baby from mold, bacteria, and mildew.

Spectra S2 Plus Pumps

So, what are the differences between a Spectra S1 vs. an S2? The S2 Plus is also a hospital-strength double electric breast pump that comes with multiple settings and backflow protection. The difference between the S1 and S2 is that the S2 is a bit smaller and lighter, and it does not have a rechargeable battery, like the S1 does.

Spectra S9 Pumps

This is a sleek, little pump that was designed to be portable and discreet. It can fit right in your pocket or purse or even in the palm of your hand. The S9 is similar to other pumps in that it’s a strong and quiet double pump with backflow protection for added safety. And it does come with a rechargeable battery for added convenience. But the S9’s battery lasts about half as long as the S1 rechargeable battery. Compared to the S2 and S1, the S9’s sessions are usually a bit longer. It doesn’t have the hospital-grade strength of the other two breast pumps, and the S9 pump’s cycle speed cannot be adjusted separately. But the S9’s strength is very adequate.

How to Get an S1, S2, or S9

Ordering a Spectra pump is very easy when you team up with The Breastfeeding Shop. Once you fill out our order form, we’ll verify your insurance coverage and set up your Spectra pump delivery. We strive to make this process as effortless for you as possible. Plus, we work with all sorts of insurance companies, making it easy to get your Spectra pump through insurance. Whether you need an Aetna, Cigna, or Tricare Spectra pump, we can help. And if you still have questions about the Spectra pump comparison, feel free to get in touch with us. We are more than happy to go over all the differences between a Spectra S9 vs. an S1 or S2, or any of the other breast pumps that we carry.