|Item Weight||7.12 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.5 x 15.5 x 11.2 inches|
|Item model number||57062|
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Medela Pump In Style Advanced Breast Pump Backpack
- Double pumping kit with PersonalFit breast shields
- Can be plugged in or run on AA batteries
- 2-phase expression technology with one-touch let-down button
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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 Backpack
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
Backpack with built-in pump holds everything you need to pump.
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
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).
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Medela breastfeeding essentials are FSA eligible.
Safe for you and your baby
All parts that touch breastmilk are made without BPA.
Pump in style advanced is a daily use breast pump designed for moms who pump several times a day. Includes tote bag with integrated motor unit, AC adaptor, battery pack, insulated cooler bag and ice pack, 5 ounce breast milk bottles, 24 mm breast shields, PersonalFit connectors, valves, tubing and instructions.
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12/26/17 UPDATE: Since I wrote this review a few months ago, I have docked this one star (from 4 stars to 3 stars). I no longer believe this is the best pump for a few reasons:
--The Spectra S2 is now the best IMO. First, the "letdown" feature (mimics a baby suckling to stimulate milk release) feels more gentle and natural and like a baby.
--Also, the Spectra lets you adjust speed and force *independently* while the Medela gets more forceful as it speeds up. This is huge. You will notice that, as you breastfeed, your baby sometimes sucks fast and clamps down hard, or sucks slowly and gently or slowly and forcefully etc. The speed at which your baby sucks does not always match how *hard* your baby nurses. A pump that mimics this fools your breast better and makes you release more milk, in my experience.
--The Spectra S2 is quiet. Over the years, Medela's competitors have grown quieter, while Medela has not. This pump is now one of the noisiest on the market and the whirring and churning of the pump sound like one of those remote-controlled children's toy cars turning in circles. This is not a deal breaker for me because I have a private space to pump and have been pumping so long that I am not self conscious. For moms with less privacy or who desire to be less conspicuous, a less noisy alternative might be best.
Even though the Medela is not the best pump, this backpack feature it still makes it the most portable. That counts for a lot with me because I need to be able totravel from point A to point B really quickly, pump, and pack up even quicker.
I have been pregnant or breastfeeding for the past four years and I have worked throughout. I typically work 70-80 hours a week with an unpredictable schedule. I write all of this to put my review in context. I am a mom who needs a pump that works very well and is user-friendly.
--Excellent Double Pump: For the new moms, "double pump" means you can pump both breasts at the same time. The pump's letdown feature (applies pressure at a fast rate to encourage milk secretion) combined with the adjustable suction makes for effective removal of breast milk.
--Portable & User-Friendly: The bag is divided into segments, with the pump at the bottom, a cooler for 4 bottles at the top, and flaps in the front and bag to store slim items such as breast pads. The way the bag is divided makes it very easy to access anything that you put inside it. This is very important if you are someone who has to pump quickly.
--Professional: The backpack is very well tailored and high quality. You would never know there is a pump and breastmilk supplies inside.
--Hidden Pump: The pump cannot be taken out of the bag or opened to be cleaned. Over time and use, this could mean mold is hiding in the pump undetected.
--Too-Few Bottles: The cooler holds only four six-ounce bottles. This is probably enough for moms who have an exactly 8-hour work day and pump twice. If you pump more frequently, however, or have a very long workday, you are going to find yourself running out of room and having to pump into bottles that are already heavy with milk.
--Smallish Bag: The bag could be made a little bigger so that it is the size of a standard small backpack (think slim Jansport). This would have no effect on how portable the bag is, but would leave more room for you to carry things like a small makeup bag, wallet, and keys. That way, you would not have to carry multiple bags throughout the day.
I also have the Spectra S1 (I got it for $165 on Amazon and it is just like the S2 except it has a rechargeable battery, giving it portability the Symphony doesn't have) and am impressed with how comfortable and adjustable it is. It is now my go-to travel pump because it is light and rechargeable, though it is bigger than the PISA. Its gentleness and extreme quietude are worth the extra bulk! If you are an exclusive pumper or simply pump a lot, I wouldn't go with the PISA -- there are gentler and more powerful options out there, for less than the cost of this one. My PISA is now sitting under a table gathering dust now that I have better options and I wish I hadn’t wasted more than $200 on it. The reality is that until you have given birth and are in the trenches, you aren’t going to be out trying different breast pumps, so it can be hard to decide what pump to go with beforehand and if you’re like me, pre-birth, you may just vaguely think the name “Medela” means quality in the pumping world, without realizing the incredible differences between the type of pumps Medela makes. To sum up re. other options:
#1: Medela Symphony: Very gentle, incredibly powerful / efficient (more milk out in less time), hospital grade pump that is easy to use but you will likely need to rent it from your local hospital (see if your insurance covers the rental) or Babies R Us for about $60/month. It isn’t very portable and needs an outlet. This is my workhorse pump.
#2: Spectra S1: Smaller, lighter, portable. Very gentle, and efficient. Allows dual control of vacuum and speed settings. I got mine for $165 but I think it’s gotten more expensive since then due to its increasing popularity. This is my preferred travel pump.
#3: Spectra S2: I haven’t used this one, but it appears to be the exact same pump as the S1 except it doesn’t have a rechargeable battery – it requires an outlet. On the positive side, it is way cheaper than the PISA -- $117 as of this review date, with the gentleness, efficiency, and breadth of controls detailed for the S1 above.
*I should note that I bought some adapters that you can find easily on Amazon so I can use the bottles, flanges, etc. made by Medela with the Spectra pumps since I already had a lot of those on hand.