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Medela Pump & Save Breastmilk Bags - 50 pack-5 oz

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50 pack-5 oz
  • Compatible with all Medela breast pumps, easy connect adapter connects directly to breast shield
  • Convenient no-spill, no-leak, easy-to-close zipper top design
  • Protective oxygen barrier perfect for fridge or freezer
  • Made without BPA
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Medela Pump & Save Breastmilk Bags - 50 pack-5 oz + Medela Breastmilk Bottle Set, 8 Ounce, 3 Count
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Product Information

Size: 50 pack-5 oz
Technical Details
Item Weight8 ounces
Product Dimensions6 x 4.5 x 2.9 inches
OriginUSA
UPC020451872346 047833111565
Item model number87234
Target genderUnisex
Minimum weight recommendation16 Ounces
Maximum weight recommendation96 Pounds
Batteries requiredNo
  
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ASINB00028XJNA
Best Sellers Rank #299 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Size: 50 pack-5 oz

Medela Pump & Save Breastmilk Bags with Easy-Connect Adapter - 50 ct Save time- pump or pour into bag with the new easy-connect adaptor for fast, easy breastmilk storage. Oxygen barrier preserves & protects breastmilk nutrients. No-leak, easy-to-close zipper top and no-spill, stand-up bottom.Features:-Pump or pour into bag - save time with fast, easy breastmilk storage.-Compatible with all Medela breastpumps - easy-connect adapter connects directly to breastshield.-Convenient design - no-spill, no-leak, easy-to-close zipper top.-Protective oxygen barrier - perfect for fridge or freezer.-BPA-free.-Available in 20ct. & 50ct.Includes:50 - Pump & Save breastmilk storage bags 2 - easy-connect adapters

Customer Reviews

So when I'm defrosting my milk, the bag starts leaking!
Vl33
These bags are not very tall so when you are trying to get the air out before closing it is very difficult to do so with out spilling milk.
JB8989
Also, these bags do not freeze flat, so they take up a great deal more space in the freezer.
CJ Ed MD

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291 of 309 people found the following review helpful By Amy M. Walts on January 23, 2009
Size Name: 50 pack-5 oz
Let me start by saying that, after three kids, I'm a longtime and repeat Medela customer, and I generally sing their praises to the skies. But this is the worst product I think I've ever bought, and I won't be buying them again.

I use a Medela Freestyle pump, and the first thing I noted was that these bags don't fit the Freestyle all that well. The shorter neck of the Freestyle pump attachment sits higher than the zip seal of the bag, so you will wind up with some residual milk above the zip seal when you get done. OK, so not the end of the world, but you'd think Medela would have noticed that. Perhaps that's why various reviews I'd read said they weren't a terrific match for the Freestyle. For the record, the tape strap that holds the bag on does indeed fit just fine, so if you don't mind cleaning up your bag seal post-pumping, then it won't bother you too much.

The deal-breaker for me is the horrible ziplock-style seal itself. In short, don't count on it working. As a college-educated adult who has lots of experience with zip-type bags over the years, it ought to be a simple thing to seal a bag of milk. And yet.

Five times in two weeks I've had the seals on these bags fail. Once in my briefcase (thank God my laptop wasn't in it too), once in the freezer, once in the diaper bag, and twice (and please insert shocking profanity here) in my bed, all over my quilts and pillow-top mattress pad. Anyone can blame user error for a single leak-- but with this frequency? I don't think so.

Medela has clearly made these seals far too fussy. They have to realize that women are using these bags on the go, or in the dark in bed, in any number of locations. These zippers need to be idiot-proof. Either I'm an idiot, or these bags are rubbish.
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156 of 166 people found the following review helpful By Cheryl on February 14, 2008
Size Name: 50 pack-5 oz
I like these bags because it is really convenient to be able to pump straigt into the bag (no bottle washing!)

A couple of annoying things:
1) My baby drinks a lot so at each pumping session, I usually pump about 6 ounces. i have to use two bags to hold my milk because the medela ones hold max 5 ounces. lansinoh makes larger ones, so i can use just one - no problem.
2) You have to be reaaallly careful that the bags are zipped closed tightly. On a couple of occasions, i have spilled milked because i thought the bags were zipped and they werent. This is especially true when the bag is filled to the max 5 oz, it doesnt always zip as easily. lansinoh's bags have a double zipper which ensures no spillage!

so basically i like lansinoh bags better except for the fact that you can pump straight into the medela bags (im actually thinking of just taping the lansinoh bags to my pump and seeing what happens...)
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By pearljammingirly on December 19, 2010
Size Name: 50 pack-5 oz
I'm going to echo everyone else with the following:

- The bags are too small, and (less importantly) the measurement isn't all that accurate (registers a little more than there is).
- The valve part of the pump sits higher than the zip line on the bag, so you end up with milk residue all over the top of the bag.
- The ziplock function is barely functional. I spend a minute on each bag sealing it over and over again and finally, slowly tipping them over to make sure it's completely sealed before storing.
- The Lansinoh bags are much bigger, are easier to handle (easier to get the air out before sealing), and have reliable seals. All they're missing is a piece of tape...
- It takes much longer to attach these bags to your pump and then seal and clean the bags afterwards than just using the screw on bottles. Plus, unless you're going to freeze the milk afterwards, you're going to pour it into a bottle anyway (which is not so easy with these bags).
- Each bag costs a .40 cents or more. If you pump three times a day like me,5 days a week, and use two bags each time, that's 30 bags a week. That's basically like buying three 5-ounce bottles a week and then throwing them away.

Bottom line - These are only good for pumping emergencies. I keep a few in my bag just in case I forget to pack my bottles one day. You're better off buying enough bottles to get you through the week (so you don't have to wash each night). The bottles are faster to use (speed is of the essence when you pump 2 or 3 times during a work day), and then all you have to do is screw on the nipple to feed (whoever is watching your child will thank you). And best part about the bottles?.. they NEVER leak!
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54 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Mstyle on July 26, 2012
Size Name: 50 pack-5 oz Verified Purchase
You don't need these. You either need something to pump into or storage bags. This combo seems like a good idea, but it's not.

When I was pregnant and picking my pump and pump accessories, I thought this was a great idea. Once I actually started pumping, I discovered this is a complete waste of money. When you're pumping, the majority of your milk is going to feed your baby in the near future (the milk you pump at work today will be the milk your childcare provider uses tomorrow). So there's no reason pump into a single-use bag. You'll use at least six bags a day to pump, which means in a work week, you're using 30 bags that will end up the trash the next day. Plus, you can't feed a baby from these puppies, so you have to pour the milk into a bottle anyway. Save a step and lots of cash--pump into the bottles you use to feed with. If you have a Medela pump, then you can use these (Medela Breastmilk Feeding and Storage Set) or these cheaper ones that also fit the Medela pump even though they're a different brand (Evenflo 4 Pack Simplymilk Storage Bottles, 5 Ounce. You'll pump into the bottles at work, put the lids on, store them in the fridge, then put rings and nipples on them the next day to serve them to your baby. Even if you plan to use different bottles for feeding because your baby has a preference (don't go there if you can avoid it--I insisted on using the Dr.
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