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Manual breast pump

Tommee Tippee

Based on 10 reviews

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Natural feel expressing with massaging ripples, designed to mimic your baby's natural feeding action.

  • Unique, soft silicone cup is comfortable and fits all breast sizes as well as being quiet and discreet
  • Compact and lightweight, ideal for travelling or occasional expressing
  • Only three parts to assemble and super easy to clean
  • Comes complete with 1 x Closer to Nature 150ml bottle, 1 x milk storage pot, 6 x disposable breast pads and 1 x microwave steriliser box

Age Groups:
0-3 Months

This pump does the job well albeit strenuous. I got this as part of the Tommee Tippee Breastfeeding Starter Set which was a great investment. It really helped me to start expressing when my son struggled to latch. I see that many moms are complaining about the suction. You have to ensure that you have attached the silicone suction part to the horn in the correct manner or else you will not be able to get a proper let-down reflex. Be sure to keep the bottle upright when pumping and vary your pace. Also switch hands as it can be a bit tiring. If you can afford it, I *highly* recommend the Tommee Tippee Electric Breast Pump - it really is a great device that works well. It is also a lot more affordable than the other Brands.

Posted 1 month ago

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It does the job, just the suction is weak and you will struggle to express milk if you don't hold it firmly against the breast. It's affordable if you don't want to spend thousands on an electric breast pump and don't pkam on expressing too often. If you plan to exclusively pump or need to build up a stash for whatever reason, then definitely get an electric breast bump

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Generally these things are expensive. For first time moms wanting to express milk I would recommend saving up for an electric pump. This pump is very time consuming, leaks most of the time & suction is weak. If you a mom on the go, working mom or just dont have the time to or patients for manual pump please do yourself a fav and "SAVE NOW".

Posted 8 months ago

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For mommies who cannot afford the automatic breast pump, this is a good alternative option, however from my experience it was difficult to use because more milk would leak out than go into the bottle - which lead to my frustration. I would have to lean forward whilst expressing to ensure the milk ran into the bottle. It is also very time consuming and does not seem to express as well as the automatic option, but it is a really nice product to have in the beginning, but if someone had to ask me for my opinion on getting a manual - I would suggest the automatic breast pump from Tommee Tippee from the beginning.

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