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Medela Pump in Style Advanced Breast Pump with On the Go Tote

by Medela
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  • Daily use double pump electric New bag style with extra storage
  • Adjustable speed/vacuum dial lets mom choose her most comfortable setting.
  • Removable PVC-free cooler bag with contoured ice pack keeps milk cool for up to 12 hours.
  • Battery pack lets mom pump anywhere
  • anytime. (Optional 9V vehicle lighter adapter available).
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Technical Details
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions14.2 x 7.2 x 11.5 inches
OriginMade in USA
UPC020451570631
Item model number57063T-NEW
Safety warningThis breast pump is designed to be a single user product. Use of this breast pump and/ parts/ accessories by anyone other than the original owner presents health and performance risks and voids the product warranty.
Material TypeBPA Free
StylePump in Style Advanced On-the-go Tote
Best usesBreast milk expression using breast pump
  
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Best Sellers Rank #130 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  
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The Medela Pump In Style Advanced Breast Pump with On the Go Tote is a daily use breastpump designed for moms who pump several times a day. All Pump In Style breastpumps offer portable convenience for quiet, discreet pumping anywhere. Replaces old model - Medela Pump in Style Advanced Breast Pump with Shoulder Bag.


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It works very well and the components are easy to use and clean.
von Diesel
The supplies that I use everyday at work fit in it nicely and so cooler bag with ice packs and two bottles.
JessB
I have always worked full-time and needed a pump that can help maintain my milk supply.
MaggieD

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291 of 303 people found the following review helpful By JessB on February 12, 2011
I was using the Medela Lactina pump till I decided whether or not I would be pumping at work. I want to first make sure that I could pump enough milk to support my little one. When I knew I could pump enough my first concern was my supply dropping when I switched pumps. My lactation consultant recommended this pump to me, so of course it was the one that I bought. Its at a great price and the pump is amazing. I love the bag. The supplies that I use everyday at work fit in it nicely and so cooler bag with ice packs and two bottles. I didn't want a bag that was so small that I would end up carrying two by the end of the day. Its really nice and light and is made from really nice fabrics. With the Lactina it was taking me 10 minutes to pump the amount I needed for each session, with this pump sometimes it only takes me 6 minutes to get the same amount I pumped in 10!!!! I pump 3 times a day and this pump does not bother me or make me sore by the third pumping session The medela ice pack is also great, with the Lactina, I used a different cooler with ice packs and my milk was starting to get a little more warm than I liked by the time I got home to put it in my freezer. With the medela cooler and ice pack my milk is so cold its like I had it in a mini fridge!!! This pump is well worth the money especially if you are planning to pump for several months several times a day. I'm so glad I bought this pump.
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289 of 307 people found the following review helpful By amazonshopper on May 17, 2011
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I am a mostly stay at home mom (working 1 night per week) and based on the Medela guidelines--daily to occaisonal pumping--I got the Swing. I used the Swing until my son was about 6 mos old and then I decided to upgrade to this one because I wasn't pumping enough milk for him in enough time with a single pump. As soon as I got this pump and began using it, I realized this is the pump I should have had from the beginning--even though I'm mostly home. Why? Well, because even if you stay at home, you still need to LEAVE your home for things like grocery store runs, manicures, meeting friends and errands. And you need to pump and leave enough +extra when you are away. And, I realized that even when you go OUT with your little one, say for shopping or out to dinner, you still need to bring milk for those moments when you can't just whip it out to nurse--say when he's strapped into the car seat and has woken up from a nap starving and you are stuck in traffic. So for all those reasons, you need to pump fairly frequently and build up a frozen milk stash. Believe me, you will have much more peace of mind when you know you can pump almost 8 oz in ten minutes or so. I NEVER pumped 8 oz with the swing. Plus this pump is so much more comfortable than the Swing. I love, love, love this pump.Plus, since I'm no longer stressed about pumping enough and having enough, my hubby can bottle feed him at night which is of course great bonding for them. Trust me, invest the money and get this pump from the beginning. All nursing moms should have one!!!
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109 of 118 people found the following review helpful By PetiteInPlatforms on August 23, 2012
i've been using this pump for about 6 weeks (my baby is 7 weeks). i'm not sure it's typically recommended to begin using a pump that soon, but my baby had a REALLY strong latch and my nipples suffered terribly; in order to give my nipples an opportunity to heal, my LC told me to go ahead and pump if it was more comfortable. (frankly, i was in so much pain every time i nursed, i wonder if i would have made it to where i am today without the pump.) the pump was a blessing in those early weeks.

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...
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169 of 191 people found the following review helpful By Anna on May 3, 2012
I purchased the Medela swing model, which is a single pump, in Dec 2011. But then I also purchased the In style in April 2012 and the suction is night and day; I kid you not! Normally the Swing takes me about 25 minutes total (15 min on the left, and 10 on the right) to get the same amount of milk as what I would get in 10 minutes total using the In Style. Well of course, you have to take in account that the Swing is a single pump versus the In Style is a double pump. It is worth noting, though, that the major difference in time is a god-send when you don't have that much time to pump while you're taking care of your little one before she starts to cry because she's hungry, bored, etc.

I do, however, agree with the other reviewers that milk and mold can get into the tube (for the Swing model, haven't had any problems with the In Style yet with milk & mold...yet at least...I'll cross my fingers for that). To remedy that, you'll need to after you pump, run the machine for a couple of minutes so the air can flow through the tubing so it can be dry and/or you'll have to eventually replace the tubing which is quite inexpensive, no more than $10/tube.

I know that $250+ is a lot of money to pay for a pump, but if you are exclusively pumping, need to pump on a very frequent basis or are a working mom (I'm all 3), you should really spend the money on this pump. On a good note, I have Blue Cross insurance and they pay for 90% of this pump. You'll have to check with your own insurance and verify whether they will pay for this pump or not, but if they do, here's what you need to do: Get a prescription from your doctor for a breast pump (have the doctor specify what kind of pump you want in the prescription).
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