Freemie Liberty Mobile Hands Free Breast Pump, Grey
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- Discreet rechargeable battery powered mobile double electric breast pump with next gen Freemie hands free Cups
- Programmable sleep timer allows you to set a shutoff time between 5 and 40 minutes
- Hospital power suction for single or double pumping
- Includes revolutionary noise reduction technology
- Pump whenever and wherever you need to, for as long as you need to, with minimal impact on your time and on others
- NOTE: PLEASE REVIEW THE PUMP SETTING TIPS PDF WHICH CAN BE DOWNLOADED BELOW TO LEARN HOW TO MAXIMIZE PUMP SUCTION AND EFFECTIVENESS.
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The Freemie Liberty Mobile Breast Pump delivers true mobility with hospital-power suction and includes the Next Generation Freemie Closed System Collection Cups with an internal barrier that prevents milk in the tubing. Very small and very quiet - the most versatile and discreet breast pump system in the world. Milk collects in the Freemie Cups in your bra, underneath your clothing, safely and hygienically separated from the electronic pump motor. After pumping, remove the Cups and transfer your milk to storage. Can be charged from a computer, car USB port, etc. The pump's tubing lengths can be customized to fit your style; place the pump at your workstation, wear with the detachable belt clip, or carry in a bag. Freemie Cups are super lightweight for comfort in your bra, and are lower profile and more compact than any other pump system. Each cup is large enough to hold 8 ounces of milk, and deep enough for the included standard 25mm and 28mm breast funnels. Plan your attire for a loose fit and easy access. Get creative with scarves and jackets. The right attire makes it easier to get cups in and out of your bra discreetly, and will make you more comfortable pumping whenever, wherever. Read all instructions carefully. Practice before your first day away from baby. Proper assembly and an effective bra fit are critical for success. Getting started, hold the cups by hand and pay attention to the positioning of the funnels, and the most effective pressure on your breasts. Then try all your bras to find the ones that hold the cups just like your hands for an effective pumping experience. Includes the world's first programmable auto-shutoff timer. 3 programmable memory buttons. Find and save your favorite speed and suction settings for stimulation, let down, power pumping, or a relaxed pumping mode for easy one touch access. No disposables required. Includes everything needed to get going and a compact bag to carry it all, except your preferred milk storage solutions.
Important: Lower speed settings can achieve higher maximum suction levels. NOTE: Kindly refer the user manual and troubleshooting steps before usage of the product. Suction up to 280mm Hg
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It is not unusual for me to be doing chores, or to be taking care of the kids (4 year old and newborn) while trying to pump. Needless to say, that can be very difficult and frustrating. So, I wasn't 100% satisfied with my level of mobility with the Spectra. The Freemie Liberty has been a wonderful solution to this problem. The suction is perfectly adequate for what I need. I can express milk fine on setting 5 or 6, and it goes up to 10. I have not seen a decrease in the amount I am pumping. I can now move around with minimal restriction (I can make myself some food, or change a diaper without having to carry around a pump, it just clips right onto my pants.) The cups themselves are pretty great. I am able to use the 28mm flange with no modifications (they do sell some inserts for people who may have sizing issues). I have not had any issues with the suction not working, or placement being difficult. My only caution is to make sure pieces are put together securely, and that the tubing is at the 12 o'clock position, or your milk will spill.
I spent a lot of time going back and forth debating on whether or not to get the pump, or if I should just buy the collection cups separately and hook them up to the Spectra. It appears that Amazon does not sell the collection cups that come with THIS pump. They sell another version also made by Freemie (maybe an older model?) The Freemie website does carry these collection cups (and the other style), which are compatible with a Spectra and other pumps they list. I know that some people have complained about the other version of the cups, which is why I wanted to mention that these are different. I can't compare the two, since I only have this version. But, I have not had any problems.
While this pump has a lot going for it, of course, it is not perfect. I don't think the battery life on my pump is quite as good as I was expecting. I pump for 30 minutes at a time, and I see a significant decrease after 2 sessions. But, it is chargeable by USB, so if I am out and about, there is always the option of charging it with a portable charger. You can pump while the pump is charging. My biggest gripe with the Freemie is the cost of additional parts. I like to have more than one set of flanges (or in this case collection cups). One extra set on their website cost me $79.95, plus another $19.95 for 4 extra valve pieces. This pump already runs for $300. I think the extra parts need to be more affordable.
The bottom line for me is that I am very glad I decided to make this purchase. It has made my life easier!
A few observations comparing the Freemie Liberty and Spectra S1, listing what features I prefer on that pump above the other...
Improved mobility (pump is lighter and smaller, and it clips on instead of carrying around by a handle)
More discreet pumping
Collection cups are more comfortable and less awkward than the bottles/horns
No pumping bra necessary!
Adjustable auto off timer (Spectra shuts off after 30 minutes, but I don't know about a way to program a different auto off setting)
Longer battery life
More affordable replacement parts
I am less afraid of dropping it, because the handle is big
Easier to spot, due to vibrant color
It is hands free and I can walk around.
It's quite COMPARED to my plug in pump.
Adjusting the settings for maximum expression is fairly easy.
Not that quiet.
Is incredibly noticeable.
Limited mobility range.
Can't really tell how much your pumping.
I was comparing this pump and the new Willow (not on Amazon) which is hand free AND wire free.
I do still think this was the better option but there are some things to know.
It's not totally silent. It's silent ENOUGH. If the controller is hooked to my waistline you can hear it over the phone - but it's not so loud that it's distracting.
I would NEVER wear this outside of my house. Maybe it would look okay hidden under scarves with my pre-pregnancy chest - but I grew a band and almost two cup sizes during pregnancy, and I retain that size. I started pretty small. If I wear this I look feel a FemBot from Austin Powers. And that's wearing a loose shirt. A jacket or cardigan only accentuates the dramatic increase in chest size. A scarf does hide the flat front cups (oh, yeah, while that's a nice feature for when you're done pumping . . . no one has the last inch of their boobs flat. You can totally tell.) But a scarf doesn't hide that my chest grew four sizes.
The only recommended position for pumping is where you're vertical, either sitting or standing, so being too active while wearing this probably not a good idea. Don't bend over, squat down if you need something.
The cups do hold a decent amount. 8 ounces each side. So it's nice for power pumping or if you don't pump a ton at each sitting and just want to keep it on.
While horrible for wearing out - the flat part of the cup does make it easy to put on the counter top while you're putting together bags or bottles. (Though if they nixed that feature so they follow a normal outline, it would stay nicely in your bra until you chose to take it out as well.)
I do seem to be able to pump more than my regular pump (Evenflo double electric.)
Also downside - it's hard to tell how much you're pumping. With a regular pump and bottle I can position the bottle so I can see the measurement - or at least get a guess of where I'm at.
No idea with this one. The way it's designed, there's parts in the way, you can't see your nipple or the side markers. But it's just my preference to know how far I've gotten.
It is really nice to be able to sit and do work. I don't have to constantly take a lot of time out of my day to pump. And it is nice that it has the timer. I like being able to set it for 10-20 minutes and not worry about shutting off.