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Evenflo Comfort Select Dual Auto-Cycling Breast Pump

by Evenflo

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  • Pump allows for discreet pumping with its quiet operation; battery or electric operated
  • Auto-cycling vacuum simulates you baby's suckling to produce more milk in less time, and the vacuum control dial allows mom to adjust the vacuum levels to be more like her own baby's suckling
  • Contoured, easy-grip handle makes for a comfortable pumping session and full silicone cushion insert provides mom with a more custom fit and greater comfort
  • Includes 4-pack nursing pads, 2 nipples, 2 hoods, 2 sealing disk, 2 pump units and an express and chill tote with accessory pouch and ice pack
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Technical Details
Item Weight3 pounds
Product Dimensions11 x 9 x 4 inches
UPC042700521423
Item model number5214211
  
Additional Information
ASINB00015QGKC
Best Sellers Rank #223,657 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.2 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  
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Product Description

This Evenflo Comfort Select dual breast pump kit is created for double or single pumping. Moms will appreciate the soft cushion insert that provides a custom fit, and the ergonomic easy-grip handle is comfortable to hold. The system pumps directly into Evenflo bottles; overflow protection guards against pump motor damage. Use the included AC adapter or power the pump with batteries (sold separately). Either way, this unit is designed to fit your busy lifestyle and goes practically anywhere. Kit includes 2 breast pump units, two 4-oz. Ultra Evenflo collection bottles, 2 ultra-wide nipples, cap rings, sealing discs and nipple covers, carrying case with insulated compartment, chill pack, AC adapter, 2 silicone cushion inserts and Evenflo breastfeeding guide. Made in USA.

From the Manufacturer

Comfort SelectTM dual auto-cycling electric or battery breast pump.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The motor died out after 2 weeks of use.
G. Mclaughlin
The milk backs up in the valves and I have to bang the unit on the sink to get the milk to fall through to the bottle.
LadyC
I get just as much or more milk in less time than with the Avent (due to pumping both breasts at once).
P. Davis

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By P. Davis on October 16, 2006
I have had this pump for about a week and used it 9 or 10 times for 20 minutes each time. I got it b/c my milk supply has been dwindling with a single pump and I need to increase it (supposedly double-pumping is better for emptying out both breasts and increasing supply, no matter how long you pump with a single).

The pump has its pros and cons. For me, it worked fine. I have not had a problem with milk backing up (some other users suggested that it needs to be dry; since I always wash it right after using, it's dry again by the next time I use it). It doesn't hurt any more or less than my Avent IQ Uno single electric pump. I get just as much or more milk in less time than with the Avent (due to pumping both breasts at once). I agree with other users that the side without the motor is a bit weaker, but I just switch sides after 10 minutes and it's no big deal.

On the other hand, it is LOUD! I was hoping to take it to work, but I don't want everyone in the office to hear it. (I pump in a conference room with a real door, but you would still be able to hear it!) So I just use it at home on my lunch break and before I go to bed (we use the closed captions on the TV so we can still watch TV while I pump). There are a lot of small parts, and it's hard to wash inside the narrow passages of the funnel section. I always wash it immediately, because if milk dried in there, it would be hard to ever get it out...and I can't wipe it out with my sanitizing wipes (another reason I don't use it at work). And it is more of a pain to assemble than the Avent.

Since I only plan on pumping for a few more months (my baby is 8 1/2 months old), it wouldn't be worth it to pay $300 for a Pump-in-Style or whatever. This isn't the greatest, mainly due to the noise (and I can't be sure about its longevity yet), but if it lasts for its warranty period, it will have done the job I bought it for!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 12, 2004
Okay guys, though I know some of you have had problems with this pump, I must say that once I learned to use it correctly, it's been great for me.

I have a five month old who relies on the pump when I'm away. I pump about 6 ounces from each breast while at work. All you have to do is use the gerber 8 ounce bottles (or other similar) instead of the 4 ounce bottles supplied.

I too had problems during the first few uses with suction strength, but the instruction book provided has a problem solving page. You can also go to the evenflo website for help. I've found that if you're pumping and have poor suction it's because the pump is put together loosely. Try putting it together again snuggly and moisten the rim of the purple valve,and the blue valve. They also suggest you moisten the breast suction cup to provide a strong grip.

Since I've followed these steps, I've had zero problems and can pump 12 ounces. I've heard so many great things about the medela that I rented one -- hospital grade-- just to see the difference and I have to say that I pumped just as much milk from the medela (Lactina), as the evenflo in about the same amount of time -- 15 minutes.

So don't waste your money on the expensive pumps and buy this one.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By retrostar76 on September 28, 2005
I've had this pump for about a week, not even using it every day, and already it's broken. Like some of the other reviewers, I had the these problems:

1) The milk not going down and getting stuck in the valve, which makes it stop suctioning (at that point you have to tap it vigorously to get it to go down, if you're lucky it does, but sometimes it doesn't and you have to take it apart and spill milk everywhere). This is really annoying because it tends to do this when I have let-down and the milk is finally really going, but the interruption makes it stop. Nothing short of enraging when you have low supply like me.

2) When it does back up, it sometimes overflows and gets into the tubing, not to mention all over your leg.

3) The motor(s) failed in mid-pump. I'm not talking gradually cause I overused it or anything. I've maybe used it 5 times for about 5-10 minutes at a time, and the motor has died on me. Not completely, but it seems like there are two and one of them is gone; there is barely any power left (yes, even of max) and unless I want to watch a single drop form every minute and take 14 hours to pump a couple of ounzes, it's essentially broken.

The other complaint I have is more of a design issue, but I find it annoying enough to mention none-the-less. The bottles, when attached to the cone-thingy, are so top heavy that you have to be really careful after you pump because one sneeze and they tip over, spilling the contents of your labor.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By G. Mclaughlin on March 6, 2007
This was the second pump I purchased. I was hoping that it would turn out better than the first brand I bought. This pump is a pain in the neck to put together and the pump that is not hooked to the AC plug in is much weaker than the other side. The motor died out after 2 weeks of use. This pump is not meant for everyday use. I just bought a Medala and I hope to have a better expeirence with it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lily's Mommy on January 12, 2006
I've used this pump EVERYDAY for over 4 months and have never had any problems with the motor or anything else that the reviews claim. At first the milk did back up in the valve, but I figured out that if I make sure the flap where the milk comes out is completely dry, there is NO problem!

Plus this pump is very easy to assemble and clean. I take it to work everyday! I can use either one or both pumps, and it doesn't hurt like the Medela

It is also battery operated so I can pump in the car on the way to a restaurant or church, etc so Lily can have a bottle and I can enjoy myself.

This a great pump!
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