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Hygeia EnJoye LBI Breast Pump with Black Tote Set

by Hygeia
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  • Double electric or battery-operated breast pump
  • Independent speed and suction controls allow you to mimic baby's unique suckling pattern
  • Includes tote bag, changing pad and cooler
  • Ideal for daily pumping, working moms and exclusive pumping
  • Rechargeable lithium ion battery (approximately four hours of use per full charge)
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight7 pounds
Product Dimensions12 x 11 x 10.5 inches
Item model number10-0058
Target genderUnisex
Additional product featuresSeparate speed & suction controls
Best usesSingle and Double Breast Pumping
Power source typeRechargeable Batteries
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Best Sellers Rank #30,546 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

The EnJoye Double Breast Pump is ideal for daily pumping needs. Lightweight and portable with included tote set. Customizable speed and pressure control allows mom to mimic baby's unique suckling patterns. All parts that come into contact with breast milk are BPA/DEHP free. Electric or battery operation with the rechargeable, internal battery pack. Designed to be used by multiple users when each user has Personal Accessory Set. For single or double pumping.

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Customer Reviews

The device is also very quiet- much quieter than the Medela pump.
The lithium battery makes it great for travel and just comfort to pump from any location without being attached to a plug in the wall.
I called customer service and was told without a receipt they couldn't do anything for me.

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92 of 96 people found the following review helpful By nr danilow on December 3, 2009
This pump is excellent. I am an exclusive pumper and was renting a hospital grade pump (the Medela Symphony). I decided to buy the Hygeia pump when I was returning to work.

A word of caution: when I first got it, it didn't work. My husband figured out that it was because of the valves. They are a duckbill design and there was too much space between the "bill". Hygeia overnighted me new valves and they have worked perfectly but they did squeak at first.

Overall, this pump is incredibly fast, strong and effective. I would say it works as well as the Symphony, perhaps faster. I built up my supply with the symphony. This pump maintained the same level for a couple of months. Recently, my supply has been decreasing but I don't think it is because of the pump but because I have returned to work and am not around my baby as much.

I actually have the EPS, the one without a battery. I got a great price for it--over $100 less that the LBI. I do not regret this choice as it is light weight (only 2.5 lbs) and I can easily carry it in a normal tote bag. Also, it is unlikely that I would need to pump somewhere without an outlet.

UPDATE: So, two years and another baby later, I am still using this pump and it is still working just as well. It is strong and fast and I love that you can control the speed and suction however you like. I just had my baby three weeks ago and I am nursing and pumping. In around 8 minutes, I am pumping approximately 6-7 ounces. Not bad.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Megan M. Mccarron on December 8, 2013
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I've been using this pump for 7 months now in addition to using a clandestine hand-me-down Medela Pump in Style. Therefore, I write this review while keeping the comparisons of the two in mind.

Pros of the Hygeia EnJoye:

*Easier and more gentle on the nipples.
*Great battery life.
*Easily adjustable knobs for slowly increasing the suction, great for the nips
*More flexible tubing
*Can be used for more than one user by replacing the filter
*Duck bill valves are preferable to Medela's valve and membrane style. Duck bills are less likely to get lost in the water and end up in the disposal.

Cons of the Hygeia EnJoye:

*Replacement parts are often out of stock on Amazon. I counted on Prime to be able to get replacement parts should I need them, but they are out of stock for months at a time. When they are in stock, the small items like filters and valves need to be ordered in large qualities. Thankfully, I haven't needed replacement parts, but this is something to consider if you don't have a local supplier.
*The larger flanges I needed were flawed. Hygeia replaced the flawed one, but the threads are different. One fits my Hygeia bottles perfectly, the other fits my Avent bottles perfectly. I'm not sure why there's such a noticeable difference in them.
*Breast milk does back up into the tubing and I find I have to wash them fairly frequently. This does not happen with the Medela. I needed to replace the filter once after pumping with the pump downhill from my breasts. The back-up was enough to clog the filter and stop suction so that I needed to replace it. It's good to know the filter works, but I feel the design could be changed to keep milk from spraying into the tubing.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Jenny Jupiter on February 27, 2014
Okay, this is the second and final time I'm editing this review. Since my first two reviews, I've used an Ameda Purely Yours and learned a lot more about breast pump function in general. In the end, I increased my rating to three stars but my ultimate conclusion - that this wasn't the right pump for me - remains the same.

First, I want to share two of the most useful links I came across when reading about breast pump functionality. This one is a "tear down" of the Ameda Purely Yours (APY) -[...] and this one is a "tear down" of the Medela Pump In Style (MPIS) - [...]. These links give a good overview of how breast pumps work and what the actual difference is between a "closed system" and an "open system."

The Hygeia EnJoye, although touting itself as a "closed system" is designed very similarly to the MPIS with two major differences. One, the Hygeia uses a bacteriostatic filter to keep breast milk from reaching the motor, and two, unlike the MPIS, you can't take the front off the Hygeia to determine whether the filter actually prevented breast milk from contaminating the motor. The bacteriostatic filters get a real workout (if you decide to buy this pump, go ahead and buy a six-pack of extra filters - you'll need them) because due to the bottle and tube design, which is the same as the MPIS, you will get milk in the tubes. Woe until you if you have oversupply, a forceful letdown, or major engorgement because you'll be washing out the tubes quite a bit. (Note: I thought "bacteriostatic" was so much marketing nonsense, but it's a real thing. It means "a biological or chemical agent that stops bacteria from reproducing, while not necessarily harming them otherwise.
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