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Ameda Purely Yours Ultra Breast Pump

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  • Fully independent controls for suction and speed maximize milk flow and comfort
  • Helps protect breast milk from bacteria, mold and viruses with Proven Airlock Protection while pumping
  • Includes dual Hygienikit milk collection system
  • Easy to clean and BPA-free
  • Lightweight and portable
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Ameda Purely Yours Ultra Breast Pump + Ameda 4 Pack Breast Milk Storage Bottles, 4 Ounce
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight8 pounds
Product Dimensions15.9 x 8 x 11.3 inches
OriginChina
UPC032884150762
Item model number17085M
Batteries:6 AA batteries required.
Power source typeElectric, Battery, Manual
Batteries requiredYes
Battery life90 hours
  
Additional Information
ASINB003CL8ICQ
Best Sellers Rank #21,038 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Newly styled purely yours ultra breast pump. Dual hygienekit milk collection system. Ultra suede/fauz leather tote. Cool 'n carry tote.

Customer Reviews

It makes a constant beeping noise that coincides with the pumping speed and suction strength.
Marie Scotts
As I'm sure many do I agonized about the decision for which pump to choose, but I must say without having tried the others I think I made the right choice!
Marc Sendich
Itcomes with ice packs, extra nipples, ice packs, charger, storage bottles, and bag that acts as a cooler.
Mom of twins plus one

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338 of 342 people found the following review helpful By Pop Culture Mom on June 5, 2009
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This pump was my fourth attempt at finding a pump that is right for me. My baby is currently six months old, and I have been using a breast pump since she was a few weeks old. My original breast pump is the Medela Free Style. I like it a lot. I think it does a good job of expressing a lot of milk in a short period of time. I also love the fact that it is hands-free. What I did NOT like about the Medela Free Style, however, were the nipple shields. After experiencing very sore nipples and eventually a bit of nipple trauma (ouch), I bought bigger breast shields for my Medela pump. Unfortunately, Medela does not take into account that nipple size and breast size do not necessarily have a correlation, and I found that the shields, while fine for my nipples, were too large for my breasts, and thus did not fit properly [incidentally, I have a friend who has the opposite problem -- large breasts and small nipples, and she had similar fit problems with the smaller Medela breast shields]. The result was inefficient pumping, and, again, sore nipples.

I was also one of the initial testers of the new MiPump. Hated it. Hated every part of it. If the pump hadn't been free, I would have been really angry over it. The only thing I did like about the pump was that it was lightweight and quiet.

My third pump is a manual pump -- the Avent Isis. I bought this pump after experiencing the nipple trauma from my Medela Free Style. I needed to continue to pump at work, but without further injuring myself. What I loved about the Avent Isis is that you could "hold" the suction for long periods of time. This is a very efficient way to get milk. What I hated about it is that it's manual, so in order to get the same amount of milk I could from the Medela, I would have to spend twice as much time.
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61 of 62 people found the following review helpful By T. DEMBICER on January 9, 2010
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I did a lot of research before buying and ended up with this one over the similar Medela pump. This is less expensive than Medela and seems superior. There are completely dialable settings for both speed and suction. I tend to be a bit abusive to my electronics and this has stood up now to 5+ months of abuse with no issues. The price on amazon is better than I could find at a local store. Note, most stores do not carry this pump, only specialty boutiques that specialize in lactation consulting. I am a little concerned with how easy it will be to get replacement parts if I break anything, but I have not had to worry about that yet. I was able to get a $5 rebate through Enfamil in a free bag they gave me at the hospital, so if you get one of those bags and buy any pump, be sure to look for that.

I have not needed the different sized flanges and find the carrying bag is way bigger than you need. The set comes with car adapter, AC adapter, and the pump can also use batteries. I have used all 3 and the pump works just as well on the alternative power sources. Each collection bottle has markings for 4 oz but can hold up to about 5 oz max. Over time, between collection and cleaning, the oz markings on the bottles have deteriorated and are essentially non-existant, but by now I can essentially eyeball how much I have pumped without them.

If you are full-time pumping for a child in daycare, you will probably need to consider a collection container alternative in addition to what this comes with. I pump 15-20 oz during the workday and give that to daycare for the following day, so if I used only the collection bottles given it would not be enough. I would need at a in minimum 8- 4 filled at daycare + 4 for collection at work.
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80 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Monica Beland on January 20, 2011
This is my second pump. I first used a hospital grade pump with my last child and used the Medela accessories with it. After researching these pumps, I went with the Ameda pump. I love it! I can't believe how small it is and how easy it is to clean. I love this!!!!

Here are my likes/dislikes:

1. Pump is very gentle on breast. I use the standard size flange.

2. Very easy to sterilize. I just put my parts under super hot water for 30 seconds.

3. I like how you can put the standard size bottles into the pump holder and they will not tip over.

4. The pump is small and QUIET! You don't feel like a cow with all of the noise (like my last pump)

5. Very easy to pump into storage bags. Ameda storage bags do not use twist ties (YAY!)

6. I use the Avent bottles because I researched that they are best for breastfed babies. Avent sells an adapter that twits into the pump so that I can pump right into the bottle ($12)

7. I can purchase all the parts at my local Babies R Us in case something breaks.

8. I would recommend the Carry All instead of the Ultra to save money. The Ultra just comes with all these extra flanges (great if you have larger nipples) and a bigger bag. I'd rather save $80.
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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful By MichelleKH on June 14, 2011
I would rate this as a 3 and 1/1 or 3 and 3/4 if I could....

I researched this versus the Medela fairly thoroughly, as I had rented a hospital grade Ameda pump prior to purchasing the Ameda Purely Yours and was nervous about making this decision. I wish that I could talk to someone who has used both, but alas.

The main advantages that sold me on this were:
-cleanup is fairly simple (no need to remove and clean the inside of the hoses)
-it really is very portable and the backpack with padded compartment is great to protect it from damage in transport
-the variable funnels of different sizes for your breast is not available with Medela
-the suction is ok, not as good as the hospital grade, but way better than a hand-pump (and I don't have a huge milk supply), once I got over my disappointment that it didn't work 100% as well as the hospital grade one.
-the rep did replace the motor compartment immediately when I thought it was a dud, due to the pinging noise (see below)
-I can pump directly into my Dr. Brown's bottles that my baby drinks out of, and thus only have to wash 1 set of bottles.

However, things that I wish I'd known:
-the FREAKING PINGING AND GRINDING NOISE WITH EACH PUMP OF THE MOTOR!!!!! There is a hugely annoying, and loud, two- part-noise, a grind and beep with each suction and release. My friends all comment that sounds like someone groaning "oh-oh" to a beeping sing-along. I put a mushable throw-pillow over top of it when using it, in order to dampen the noise. It drove me nuts initially, but I have gotten somewhat used to it. Luckily, my baby sleeps through most anything.
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