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Lansinoh Breast Milk Storage Bags, 50-Count


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50 ct
  • Leak-proof; strongest and largest bag available
  • Ideal for storing & freezing breastmilk
  • Convenient pour spout
  • Patented double Click ?n? Secure seal
  • Bags lay flat for efficient storage and thawing
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Lansinoh Breast Milk Storage Bags, 50-Count + Lansinoh HPA Lanolin for Breastfeeding Mothers, 40 Grams + Lansinoh 20265 Disposable Nursing Pads, 60-Count Boxes (Pack of 4)
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Size: 50 ct


Lansinoh Breastmilk Storage Bags, 50 Count

Store, freeze and protect your precious breast milk. Leak-proof and BPA free, the bags come pre-sterilized and have a patented double Click ‘n’ Secure seal to prevent leakage.

Founded by a breastfeeding mom, Lansinoh truly understands the challenges facing nursing moms today. That's why we create best-in-class products and offer a variety of support solutions to help you and baby along the way.


Lansinoh Breastmilk Storage Bags
  • Leak-proof
  • Ideal for storing & freezing breastmilk
  • Convenient pour spout
  • Patented double Click ‘n’ Secure seal
  • Bags lay flat for efficient storage and thawing
  • Strongest and largest bag available
  • BPA Free

Product Details

Size: 50 ct
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 4.4 x 2.4 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Thailand
  • ASIN: B00198I2WU
  • UPC: 044677204507
  • Item model number: 20450
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (291 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #907 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

More than half of the bags I've thawed so far have had a leak.
L. Niles
Once they are frozen into flat blocks, I stack 10 blocks in a one gallon Ziploc freezer bag and label and date the Ziploc bag.
doramlam
The reason I didn't give this product 5 stars is because several times The bags have leaked when defrosted.
Jill

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

143 of 146 people found the following review helpful By L. Peterson on June 3, 2010
Size Name: 50 ct Verified Purchase
After discovering that Madela bags can make your milk smell and taste rancid, I switched. But, I also did a little comparison work:

Lansinoh bags can hold up to 6 ounces of breast milk.
Medela bags can hold up to 5 ounces of breast milk.

Lansinoh: On the simplest level, the Lansinoh bag is easier to open and pour milk into than the Medela bag. The reason I find it easier is because of the material the bag is made out of and the bag is more pliable. You open the bag by removing a small strip that is perforated on the top. There are two seals on these bags, which is a huge plus. It's a comfort in preventing leaks.

The reason why Lansinoh wins the freezing process is because they lay flat very well. I've found that when laid flat, the bag freezes into a solid rectangle of milk that is consistent in thickness. It is also easy to "stack" once frozen which is very helpful for organizing. It's also important to squeeze all the air out of the bag which is much easier to do since there is not a large plastic section at the top, like in the Medela bags.

Medela: The Medela bags have the ability to be attached directly to a pump. As a result, there is a large plastic area on the top of the bag that is perforated. This makes these bags a little bit more awkward to open.

Lansinoh: Since these bags are fantastic for the freezing process, they are easier to thaw because they are consistently the same thickness. They look like a perfect rectangle of frozen milk. Or you can freeze the bag standing up. My husband loves how easy it is to thaw these out. Way easier than Medela.

Medela: Bag leaks when you thaw it and sometimes they leak in the freezer (which really is a mess). This is because there is only one seal instead of the double seal on the Lansinoh bags.
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72 of 74 people found the following review helpful By doramlam on January 11, 2008
Size Name: 50 ct
I've tried a few other milk storage systems, including the medela bags (which you can pump directly into) and the hard plastic containers (like Avent). This is, by far, the most useful and most economical storage systemm.

Pros:
1. The bags have a double-zip closure. This ensures that the bag seals well and doesn't leak. Also, when you push the air out, a few drops of milk always slip out, but it usually doesn't get past the second zip-closure. The bags are superior to the hard containers because you can squeeze the air out and prevent freezer burn.

2. These lay flat! I put my warm bags of milk into a rectangular Tuppperware container and stack them up on top of one another. Then, I put them into the freezer, and they freeze perfectly flat, which the Medela bags don't do. Once they are frozen into flat blocks, I stack 10 blocks in a one gallon Ziploc freezer bag and label and date the Ziploc bag. This goes into the deep freeze.

3. They are spacious! They recommend that you put 6oz of milk into the bag, but these bags are quite large and will definitely hold more than 6oz. As one reviewer said, they can put up to 12oz into the bag. The reason why the company says 6oz is so the bag can lay flat. Once it fills too much, it won't lay flat as well, but you can save quite a bit of money by overfiling these. The Medela bags are small in comparison, and hold 5oz at the max, and they also do not lay flat.

4. They are economical. These were the most economical bags on the market, too. They fit more milk than any other bag. I use the Amazon "subscribe and save" option for free shipping and save another 15% off the price. I don't know how long that promotion will run.
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40 of 50 people found the following review helpful By P. S. Waters on November 30, 2010
Size Name: 50 ct
Out of the 3 brands of storage bags we've used (Medela, Lansinoh, and Simplisse), my favorite is the Simplisse.

The Medela bags only have a single zipper, and I had a lot of problems with bags leaking through the opening either during freezing or thawing. Also, the Medela bags only hold about 5 oz, so that meant having a LOT of bags to keep track of. The Lansinoh and Simplisse hold 8-10oz each.

The Lansinoh bags were our next shot. While they have a double zipper, the bags are super thin. Consequently, we would have a lot of problems with bags leaking elsewhere - either through an undetected puncture or through one of the seams. I would guess about 1 in 4 bags would spring a leak when thawing.

The Simplisse bags have a double zipper and are thicker than the Lansinoh - though not quite as thick as the Medela. In the box and a half we've used so far, I've had probably 3 leaks - and 2 of which were definitely my fault (the bag froze around the edge of a shelf, and I ripped the bag while forcing it off.)
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By truthfulreviewer on December 11, 2011
Size Name: 50 ct Verified Purchase
So these bags are really great! Having read through many, many reviews ourselves on this and other bags before buying...we found the answers and have had outstanding success with these!

Here is the deal...another reviewer gave us this idea and we have not had a single problem! 100% success with these bags! When you freeze these follow these rules:

First, put the milk in the bag
Second, let all the air out before you seal the ziplock
Third, lay the bag down flat on it's side while freezing

The third step is the most important! If you freeze them without laying flat...they may stress the seems and you may have problems when thawing! If you follow these rules you will love these bags and not have any issues!
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