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Spectra Baby USA S2 Hospital Grade Double/single Breast Pump! With Tote and Cooler

4.0 out of 5 stars 76 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • Closed system - hygienic for you and baby
  • Includes Tote and Cooler
  • Everything you need for double pumping on the go - includes S2 breast pump, double collection kit with backflow protectors, 2 collection bottles, AC Power Adapters, two 24 mm breast flanges, locking rings and discs, 2 valves, and 2 tubing.
  • Powerful, adjustable suction yet so comfortable you won't realize how powerful it is! Night light & timer
  • Super quiet, Letdown mode and fully adjustable program to best suit your body
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Product Description

The S2 boasts so many great features and is designed to truly meet the needs of moms wanting to feel confident that they have an effective, powerful breast pump to support supply while also incorporating features to make life a little easier. Like all Spectra pumps, the S2 is a closed system - a physical barrier between the milk and the pump ensures hygiene and motor performance.The S2 is intended to rival the Medela Symphony, and even surpass it with some of its innovative features designed to make life easier for moms.The S2 is hospital grade - strong and efficient enough to support milk supply. In Korea, where the S2 was first released, each baby clinic now boasts its own S2, to help new moms in need of a great pump to assist with establishing breastfeeding.With a maximum suction strength of 300mmHg and the ability to be used as a single or double pump, plus a host of additional features, the S2 is set to become the ultimate breast pump to support U.S. moms.Completely flexible, touch button with the S2 pump's digital controls. These allow you to set the pumping program to the speed and rhythm most effective for your body. The pump will start in 'massage mode', a short, shallow mode designed to stimulate your body's letdown reflex (start the milk flowing) just like how your baby tells your body to start milkflow. The pump will then switch to expression mode, a deeper, slower pattern of suction which mimics how your baby nurses when the milk is flowing. For women who find it hard to get a letdown when pumping, this feature really helps - switch back and forth as needed. The suction is also adjustable whether in let-down or expression mode!Includes a timer and nightlight. This pump is also NEARLY silent!!!You can see on the picture that you can adjust both cycle (how often the pump 'sucks') and vacuum (the strength of the suction) easily, and the digital display allows you to see your program at a glance. Includes a tote and cooler.

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Technical Details
Item Weight7.4 pounds
Product Dimensions14.1 x 12.2 x 9.6 inches
Batteries requiredNo
Specification metcertified frustration-free
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Best Sellers Rank #37,583 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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[See below for my update, posted after Spectra released the S1 pump.]

I decided to try a Spectra pump after my second Medela Pump In Style Advanced crapped out on me, and I am so glad I did - the S2 pump is amazing - so much better than the PISA (and than the Hygeia EnJoye pump I briefly tried) in almost every way.


PROS: comfortable to use, sucking action more like a baby than any other pump I've used, quick/efficient, quiet, letdown mode, completely customizable pumping experience due to independent speed and suction controls, closed system if you use the included collection kit with its backflow filters, very good customer service through Mother's Milk, amazingly low price, lightweight, motor life of 1500 hours

CONS: collection kit not that great and some (surmountable) difficulties with using other collection kits, no option to run on batteries or car charger

OVERALL: All in all, even with my complaints about the collection kit, I love this pump and highly recommend it!

ALL THE DETAILS: (Warning: I'm including LOTS of details, since this product has just come out, and reviews are hard to find.)

I work full-time and have pumped at work since my son was about three months old - so I've been breastfeeding and pumping for over a year and a half now! I got this pump after using a Medela PISA regularly for most of that year and a half, and after trying the Hygeia Enjoye for a couple of weeks. (Both Medela PISAs I owned gradually lost suction strength until they were basically useless - Medela replaced my original pump, at no cost, when it lost suction, but wouldn't replace the replacement when it became useless, too.
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I got this pump through my insurance company as one last toy before I end my pumping journey!

I'm actually a women's health provider and for years have thought Medela was the BEST as that was the brand we used in the hospital, but now I have been suggesting the S2 to my patients. Medela is still a very good pump, but for the cost, comfort, and comparable product I think Spectra S2 is better.

I need to pump efficiently and quickly. I'm full-time working mom of three. I've effectively managed to give my babies only EBM and have donated thousands oz of breast milk. I've used the Medela PISA with the normal flanges and with the freemie attachments, Medela freestyle, and also the Medela symphony hospital grade pump. Yes, I am a pump hoarder, but this is through 3-4 years of pumping.

Spectra S2: I started seeing a lot of recommendations from mommy forums about this pump, so I was very intrigued. This pump definately more quiet and more comfortable. This is a hosptial grade pump, capable of pumping single or double. There are two holes up front where you can connect the tubing to. Flanges fit and were comfortable. S2 is a closed system, which is a benefit to reuse, share with friends when done, or resell. I've seen that there is a way to "hack" and use medela tubing and flanges, but I had no reason to do so. Most people shared they did it b/c they want to be able to use all the extra medela supplies. Their tubing is more of a silicone and flexible, then there is this round piece that comes apart and cups together that connects from the tubing to the flanges. I am thinking this is part of the "closed" system. Never have had back flow as I've had in my medela PISA. Digital screen.
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I just came home from the hospital yesterday and was using their hospital grade Medela Symphony breast pump which retails for more than $1500. The Medela Symphony was quiet and simple enough to use. It had both a letdown phase and an expression phase. Their 24 mm breast shields were too small for me (though I wear only a 36B bra size when I'm not pregnant or nursing), so it cut into one of my areolas near the nipple. I switched to their 27 mm shields and did fine. I was concerned about using the shields that came with my new S2 Spectra pump when I got home, because one reviewer had said that they appeared to be the 24 mm size and that you could not attach 27 mm shields because the shields that came with the S2 were attached to (and cannot be removed from) the plastic piece that contains the filter and screws onto the collection bottles. But when I got home, I noticed that the shields that come with the Spectra pump appeared to be intermediate in size between the 24 and 27 mm shields that I had been using with the Medela. Also, the neck of the shield that attaches near your nipple is wider than it is on the Medela shields, providing more space around the nipple, so I had no problems with friction and haven't gotten a cut so far like I did with the 24 mm Medela breast shields.

One reviewer said that the filter seems to be of lower quality than the one that comes with the Medela and that the bottles don't screw on as easily, but I haven't found this to be the case. The S2 pump combines the best qualities of both the Spectra Dew 350 and the S9 models, because it is a hospital grade work horse pump like the Dew but has both the letdown and expression phases like the S9. In addition, it is very quiet and has a night light with two brightness settings.
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