Complete mobility. Proven Freemie Performance. Amazingly quiet, compact and lightweight. Unparalleled versatility and simplicity. No bags or apps to mess with. Slip the super light cups into your bra, wear the tiny pump on your hip – or leave it in your pocket, shoulder bag, on the desk, or wherever – turn it on, and get on with your day. Pumping doesn’t have to be so hard.Order Now
Many insurances will cover this breast pump.
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BPA and BPS free
Freemie Independence Breast Pump
2 Freemie Closed System Cups
Micro USB Cable
Removable Belt Clip
The Freemie Independence breast pump was designed to be extremely easy-to-use for breast pumping moms. It is a compact breast pump — you can carry the Freemie around with you wherever you go. So, you can have peace of mind knowing that you’ll have your hands-free breast pump with you right there whenever you need to express milk — whether it’s at work, in the car, or at a family gathering. Plus, there are no bags to spill and no tricky apps to mess around with.
The Freemie breast pump’s features include a closed system, hands-free cups, and noise reduction technology, so you’re not calling attention to yourself whenever you pump. Additionally, this is a strong breast pump that comes with hospital-grade suction levels. Therefore, you can pump quickly and quietly, directly into the breast pumps’ closed system, which holds as much as eight ounces of milk.
If you’re wondering, “Where can I get a Freemie pump near me?” you’ve come to just the right spot. The Breastfeeding Shop is here to help make the breast pump ordering process as easy as possible for you. With our years of experience working with insurance companies, we know how to help get you the free breast pumping equipment and supplies you need. And even if you’re not quite sure which pump is right for you, reach out to us. Our knowledgeable staff members can go over the differences between a Freemie vs. a Medela.