Medela Pump in Style Advanced Breast Pump with On the Go Tote
- Daily use, double-electric breast pu
- Designed for moms who pump several times a day
- Built in bottle holders to help prevent spills
- Battery pack lets you pump anywhere, anytime (8 AA batteries not included)
- Removable cooler bag with contoured ice pack holds four breast milk bottles
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From the Manufacturer
Breastfeeding. ..the Very Heart of Our Business.
Medela’s primary focus is breastfeeding by helping moms to successfully breastfeed their babies and to do so for as long as they choose. Meeting this goal responsibly is at the heart of everything we do.
Pump In Style Advanced Breast Pump with On-the-go Tote!
Daily use, double-electric breastpump: Designed for moms who pump several times a day
Pump In Style Advanced is a daily use breast pump designed for moms who pump several times a day and offer portable convenience for discreet pumping anywhere.
- 2-Phase Expression technology with one-touch let-down button produces more milk in less time when pumping at Maximum Comfort Vacuum in the expression phase
- Stylish microfiber bag with built-in pump holds everything you need to pump
- Battery pack lets you pump anywhere, anytime. (8 AA batteries not included)
- Single knob speed/vacuum adjustments for comfortable pump settings
- Removable cooler bag with contoured ice pack holds 4 breast milk bottles and ice pack to keep breast milk bottles cool
Stylish microfiber bag
On-the-go Tote with built-in pump holds everything you need to pump. Also features built-in bottle holders to help prevent spills and a tubing storage pocket to keep organized between pumping sessions.
Double pumping kit
Double pumping kit with 24mm PersonalFit breast shields (additional sizes sold separately) for comfortable and efficient pumping.
Removable cooler bag, contoured ice pack, (4) breast milk bottles with lids, everything you need for on-the-go pumping.
Pump In Style Advanced breast pumps
Offer portable convenience for discreet pumping anywhere.
What's in the Box
(1) microfiber bag; (4) 5oz/150ml breast milk bottles & lids; (1) cooler bag and ice pack; (1) double pumping kit with 24mm breast shields; (1) 9-Volt AC adapter; (1) battery pack (8AA batteries not included).
Did you know?
Medela breastfeeding essentials are FSA eligible.
Safe for you and your baby
All parts that touch breastmilk are made without BPA.
Top Customer Reviews
then, a couple of weeks before returning to work, i began using the pump again to build up a store of milk. again, it worked wonderfully and by the time i returned to work, i had a really nice store of at least several days of worth of feedings.
most recently, i returned to work and have been using the pump three times a day during the work day, then exclusively breastfeeding when home. i work in an office of males so i like that it's pretty quiet and discreet. the bag is roomy enough to fit any extra items you might need like a hands-free bra or a box of storage bags. further, i haven't had any issues with milk depletion. i make sure to pump as often as the baby is feeding.
before placing the pump on my registry, i read the reviews and as a first time mom who had NO CLUE how a breast pump worked, i was a little overwhelmed by how complicated it sounded and nervous by the bad reviews i read citing mold issues. first, the pump is easy-peasy. i'm sure all pumps are equally simple to use, but i thought i would mention it since it was something i was concerned with. second, in the 6 weeks i've been using this pump, i've had no issues with milk in the lines... i can't even imagine HOW milk gets in the lines... given the design of the pump, this just doesn't make sense to me...Read more ›
Ameda ~ $230 Medela ~$250
Yes, I own both! I’m a full-time working mom of 2 sweet boys, 2.5 yrs and 6 mos. I purchased the Ameda with my first and used it full time (3x a day, 5 days a week) for 4 months. I purchased the Medela with my second and have used it full time (3x a day, 5 days a week) for 3 months now and still going strong. I have a LOT to say about these pumps, but the bottom line is Medela is far superior. If you don’t want to read the full review, save yourself time, money, and frustration and purchase a Medela.
My experience with Ameda:
I purchased this pump for two main reasons. First, it was a closed system (milk can’t get into tubes) and the cost differential – there was a greater one when I purchased the Ameda in 2011. At first things worked well. I starting pumping at night to build supply before returning to work. After returning to work, things continued well for a few months, then all of a sudden my supply started dropping. I could tell that my pump “wasn’t quite the same” so I read and read online. Ultimately, I determined that I needed to replace the valves. I did, and things improved… for a few weeks. Then, again, my supply dropped, I replaced the valves and things improved for a short time. This repeated several times (those valves are $7 for a pair… that adds up!!!!). I spent more than what I wanted to on replacement valves. This went on until my son was 7 months and then my supply all but dried up. When it got to the point that I could only get 4 oz per day and I was pumping 3x a day for 20 minutes each I decided it was time to switch to formula. Did I blame the pump? Not at the time, but now, absolutely!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Being a working MAMA and breastfeeding exclusively, i would have to say this pump has made my life so much easier. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Mama B
Amazing pump. I recently had to switch to exclusive pumping and needed a step up from the old Lansinoh I had from a few years back. Read morePublished 3 days ago by C. M. Shelstad
Just received the Medela Pump in Style and haven't used it yet. Can't believe in this day and age this pump comes with power supply that is only 110v where as every other things... Read morePublished 4 days ago by workout228
I work full-time and plan to breastfeed for at least a year. With my first son I used a Medela Lactina (hospital grade pump) that I borrowed from my cousin. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Jessica R.
I was bought for my dear friend.May we are choose the wrong size,but she was Satisfied with it.Published 13 days ago by Amazon Customer