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Ameda Purely Yours Breast Pump - Carry All

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  • Dual hygienekit milk collection system
  • Ac power adapter
  • Cool 'n carry tote
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight5 pounds
Product Dimensions16 x 16 x 8 inches
OriginChina
UPC610075170777 044649300008 032884150731 810725020425 810725020371
Item model number17077P
Batteries:6 AA batteries required.
Material TypeBPA Free
Batteries requiredYes
Battery life90 hours
  
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ASINB000ME3146
Best Sellers Rank #5,288 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Dual hygienikit milk collection system, micro carry all tote.

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The pump itself only has controls for speed and suction, there is no let down setting.
Courtney Conklin
I have been using the pump once a day for 2 weeks and have not achieved the let down reflex (I nurse my 9 month old baby 5 times a day).
nje
These diaphragms also never created a complete seal on top of the pump so air leaked in.
JAXATL

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1,223 of 1,236 people found the following review helpful By Elana Abelev on December 18, 2005
When I was looking for a pump, my top choices were Medela Pump In Style and Ameda Purely Yours. They're both comparable in features and reputation, and I chose Ameda for two reasons:

1. Breast milk is better protected from exposure to the environment. The Purely Yours pump accomplishes this by using a patented diaphragm to create a barrier, which protects the pump and tubing from contamination. (Ameda has obtained FDA clearance to make this claim.)

2. It's cheaper than the Medela.

Having used this pump for almost 4 months, I confidently say that I absolutely love it. Here are the reasons why:

1. Milk goes directly from the horns (the parts that go to the breast) to the bottle (through a small valve). I like the fact that milk does not go through any tubes or the pump body. There are only 3 parts to wash (the horns, the valve, and the diaphragm), and they wash very easily.

2. It's powerful, yet comfortable. In fact, this pump was easier on my nipples than my baby. Sometimes, my nipples got really sore from breastfeeding and I pumped and fed the baby with expressed milk to give my nipples a break.

3. Very portable. I've taken this pump everywhere - to parties, work, on trips, shopping. It takes 6 AA batteries, which is very convenient, because they're easily available.

4. Reasonably fast. It takes about 15-20 minutes to pump each breast until the second letdown. Unfortunately, I haven't yet learned how to pump both breasts at the same time. So it takes about 30-40 minutes to pump both breasts. I hope to one day master the two-breasts-at-a-time technique to cut the pumping time in half.

5. Batteries last for 3-4 40-minute pumping sessions. I consider that quite long.
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252 of 277 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 30, 2005
When I started looking at pumps, I did my research and knew I would buy either this one or the medela, since I worked full-time. I decided to go with this based purely on the fact that it was lighter, you could use batteries or a car adapter and it was cheaper (I bought it for $150).

And then I thought I'd made a terrible mistake. Initially it pumped well and then went downhill! I was confused and then figured out the white valves needed changing. I did so and a week later ran into the same problem. I ended up chnaging 3 sets of valves in one month before I realized the problem was me....I was cleaning the valves with a brush which is a NONO....ooops.

Since, I finally figured that out, the pump works great. I can empty both breasts in 20-30 mins. It's easy to carry around. the carry all is elegant and discreet and everything fits in it. It comes with a cooling bag and freezer packs to keep everything cold once you pump. The equipment is small and easy to maintain. It's a great pump and I love it!!!

I highly recommend it. Just please don't make the same stupid mistakes I did!!!
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304 of 341 people found the following review helpful By SM on October 30, 2012
I received both this pump and the Medela Pump in Style Advanced as registry gifts. I was going back and forth about which one to get, and would have likely ended up with the Ameda had it not been for a generous friend. Overall, I would highly recommend this pump. I hope this review is helpful to the women in the same boat as I was...

Medela pump:
1. It's very efficient. The let down "warm up" is nice so your nipples get a chance to get used to the pumping a bit and avoid a harsh start.
2. It's very quiet. I appreciate this as I'm using it three times a day at work. The efficiency is nice at work too as I'm not having to spend 30 minutes pumping to get a single meal for my child.
3. Pump parts are relatively easy to clean.
4. I do experience some leaking from the bottom of the flanges sometimes, but I have this experience with the Ameda as well.
5. The bag is quite large. I don't carry it every day, though. I leave the pump and bag at work, and just take the pump parts home with me to wash each night. (I also wash the parts between pumps at work, but our bathroom sink isn't very good).

Ameda pump:
1. It's not nearly as efficient. It takes me much longer to get a similar volume to the Medela, and I feel that it's just not getting as much. The suction is weaker than the Medela. For reference, I go up to about half way on the Medela intensity knob. On the max setting for the Ameda, it feels like it's suction is much weaker than the level I use on Medela.
2. It has a harsher start - there's no "warm up" so you have to adjust the speed and suction on your own if you'd like to have this ramp up.
3. It's MUCH louder. I would feel more self-conscious at work with this one, but it's not super loud.
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123 of 156 people found the following review helpful By A. Moore on January 5, 2009
Since I have not used another brand of pump, I cannot justifiably compare.
So what I will do is list some features I think are good. Most of my friends who have had kids in the last few years have chosen the Medela brand. I had a hard time justifying $100 extra when both seem equally recommended by health care professionals, hospitals, and lactation consultants.

1. Why I ultimately chose it over Medela:
a) great customer service reviews. Folks who had trouble with parts got replacement pumps or parts the next day from the manufacturer.
b) the hygeni-kit, the mechanism that keeps milk from backing up into the tubing
c) few parts to clean
d) price: believe me, if the medela pump was that much better, i'd have paid the extra $100. My job doesn't schedule lunch or breaks, so i have to make time in my schedule to pump. I'd have paid in body parts for a pump that's efficient.

2. Ease of use: from my perspective-excellent. Very few parts so very easy to assemble. Easy to clean---can clean all parts during a commercial break. 2 dials: one for suction strength and one for cycles. i like that you have independent control over each. Very portable in its little carry case. It is compatible with all avent products. You must purchase a conversion kit for like $7.50, but it's worth it! You can pump directly into your storage, except for plastic bags. Also, if you have large breasts or large areolas, I'd strongly recommend the custom phlanges set. Also, be gentle with the little white valves. They're fragile.

3. Noise: this pump is a machine. it makes noise. to me that was not too important. You can cover the motor with a towel or burp cloth to muffle the sound. This is effective enough for me. don't expect it to be silent.
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