|Product Dimensions||9.1 x 8.4 x 8.1 inches|
|Item model number||Freemie Freedom FG031|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Weight||4.34 pounds|
Freemie Freedom Double Electric Hands Free and Concealable Breast Pump, White
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- Includes a set of Freemie Collection Cups that are compatible with the most popular electric pumps
- To use the Freemie cups from this set with another pump, the appropriate connection kit for that pump is required
- Cup weight (empty): 2.5 ounces each ; 5 ounces total
- 32mm funnels are interchangeable with the cups and are available separately
- 64-inch integrated power cord (120-volt AC)
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|Item Dimensions||9.10 x 8.40 x 8.10 inches||2.68 x 4.33 x 5.04 inches||7.10 x 14.40 x 10.10 inches||7.90 x 7.90 x 6.70 inches||5.91 x 5.08 x 2.40 inches|
The Freemie Freedom Double Electric Breast Pump Deluxe Set is the only complete electric breast pump set that allows you to pump with your clothes on. The Freedom pump includes the patented Freemie Hands Free and Concealable Collection Cups, which fit right inside your regular or nursing bra, underneath your clothing, so you can pump when you need to, where you need to. The Freemie Freedom pump's connection kit includes connections for single or double pumping, so you can get through your pumping routine quickly by double pumping, or single pump and nurse your little one at the same time - a great time saver. The pump is 120VAC, and requires an electrical outlet. Each cup holds up to 8 ounces of milk, for a total of 16 ounces. Included spare parts in the Deluxe Set include an extra filter (filters should be changed every month or two during regular use, or in the event milk gets all the way down the tubing) and an extra duckbill valve (valves should be replaced if a deterioration in suction occurs over time). Additionally, the single pump tubing can be used as replacement tubing for the double pump setup.
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Pros of the Freemie:
The instructions make it seem like it’s hard to use and everything has to be just so. I have had no problems with suction or milk in the tubes.
The instructions make it seem like you have to experiment with a lot of different bras. The collection cups have worked with every bra I’ve tried. I am a large C/ small D though.
Besides the baby, I also have and 8 year old and 5 year old. If they could see the milk being pumped, I know they would sit next to me and comment on the speed, the volume collected, etc! Thankfully, its concealed in my shirt.
I am typing this while I pump!
My baby slept through the night very early. I can fairly easily pump on one side and nurse her on the other.
Can easily unhook from the pump and leave the cups in my bra if I have to go do something.
I can pick my baby up and snuggle her if she starts to fuss while I am pumping.
There’s something more dignified about pumping with my shirt on. I feel less like a cow.
The pump unit is large and strangely shaped. Not good for transporting.
Have to buy a special $30 car adapter.
You can’t just store the milk in the collection cups like you can with the Medela.
Much slower than the speed at which my baby nurses.
The pressure regulator (for one side pumping) falls out easily. I lost mine. The customer service rep at Freemie was helpful and sent another, but I had to single pump with my finger over the tube. Inconvenient and not hands free.
Very tricky to pour milk from the collection cups into a freezer bag or bottle without spilling it. It’s more difficult the fuller the cups are. Practice with water first.
The cups are not dishwasher safe. I had always put all of my Medela parts in the dishwasher.
You cannot see what is going on in the cups – I can’t tell when the milk has started flowing or has stopped. I just pump for a while and quit. Didn’t have this issue with the Medela. I use the flashlight on my phone and shine it down my shirt to get an idea of how much milk I’ve collected. That’s a weird thing to have to do.
Conclusion: I wish I would have gotten the Medela double pump through my insurance and just bought the Freemie cups that are compatible with the Medela. I trust the Medela more. It has more accessories and is more convenient for traveling and storing milk. Having the peace of mind of having the Medela pump as a back -up in case I start having problems with the Freemie collection system would be ideal.
Fast forward to a year later another baby, I've upgraded my pump (bought the awesome Spectra S2) ensuring that is compatible (it is) with the freemie cups and proceeded on another breastfeeding adventure.
The cup collection systems renders a great sense of dignity, privacy and motivation to pumping moms when compared to the traditional 'horns' when one must disrobe and delve into sequestration to collect milk for our babies. The cups are the five star here not the pump/motor.