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Old April 6th 04, 08:08 AM
Mona Osman-Zieminska
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Hi;

I am thinking of buy this pump.

Single Deluxe Battery/Electric Breast Pump
By Medela
Price: $79.99

Does anyone have thoughts on it?

Also, I am still very confused. It seems that an electric pump is a
better choice. The problem is that they come real expensive. I want
to spend the money on something that really works. I would not feel
comfortable renting or using someone else's breastpump (I am just picky
that way) .. So, I need advise on the best possible electric pumps up to
$200.

Thanks in advance

Mona
due 07-31-04




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Old April 6th 04, 09:52 AM
Naomi Rivkis
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On Tue, 06 Apr 2004 07:08:03 GMT, Mona Osman-Zieminska
wrote:

Hi;

I am thinking of buy this pump.

Single Deluxe Battery/Electric Breast Pump
By Medela
Price: $79.99

Does anyone have thoughts on it?


I have a Medela double electric, and am very happy with it. I don't
know how similar this one is, though.

Naomi
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Old April 6th 04, 07:56 PM
toypup
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"Mona Osman-Zieminska" wrote in message
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Hi;

I am thinking of buy this pump.

Single Deluxe Battery/Electric Breast Pump
By Medela
Price: $79.99

Does anyone have thoughts on it?

Also, I am still very confused. It seems that an electric pump is a
better choice. The problem is that they come real expensive. I want
to spend the money on something that really works. I would not feel
comfortable renting or using someone else's breastpump (I am just picky
that way) .. So, I need advise on the best possible electric pumps up to
$200.


Don't know about that pump. I've had an ISIS, Purely Yours and Whisperwear.
I *love Whisperwear*. My hands are free, I can move about the house, I get
plenty of milk. I can't praise it enough. It's under $200 and ships for
free. http://www.breastmilk.com/whisper_wear_breast_pump.htm


 




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