|Battery life||90 Hours|
|Item model number||EVO17080UK|
|Product Dimensions||33.69 x 23.22 x 34.76 cm; 997.9 Grams|
Ameda Lactaline Personal Double Electric Breastpump
- Dual hygienekit milk collection system
- Plastic nipple cups
- Portable and convenient power adapter
- 1 Year Local (Singapore) Manufacturer Warranty
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Ameda manual breast pumps are an excellent choice for mothers who pump their breast milk occasionally. The new ergonomic manual pump handle is based on the original design that earned the High Design-Innovation Quality Award from Design Zentrum Nordrhein- Westfalen Germany.
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1) You can't microwave sterilize the parts. Ameda says they could melt, it could degrade the plastic, and that you don't need to sterilize anyway, just wash with hot soapy water. Well, okay, but what if you or your baby gets thrush and you need to sterilize? Or what if you live/work overseas and tap water is not always safe to drink? You can boil them on the stove, but what if you are pumping multiple times on the go?
2) The dials look like you have an infinite range of settings for speed and strength options, but really there are only 4 settings under each dial. I would much rather have the dials have true ticks for each setting, than try to fool me into thinking there were more.
But the Ameda did the job for me three times a day for about 4 months until it broke. Ameda customer service was adequete but since I need to pump every day at work and needed an immediate replacement so I ran to the store and the only one immediately available was the horribly expensive Medula Freestyle. It is great to have a spare pump now, particularly one that is solely battery powered, and I have not have the suction issues other people have had with the Freestyle, but so much for pumping saving us money! I still preferred using my replaced Ameda to the Medula, until it broke AGAIN at 8 months!! Waiting on that replacement now and so very glad I already had a second pump. Lastly, after many months pr extensive use of two different pumps, it is very obvious during use that the Ameda gives inconsistent pressure compared to the Medula, even after replacing the entire hygiene kit.
After all this would I buy it again? Probably not. Particularly now when there are other closed system pumps on the market, or I would have bought the Medula Pump In Style and tried to mitigate the moisture/mold issue.
It worked well for the first few days but because apparent that I needed to order a different size flange in order to pump comfortably. Luckily Ameda makes other flanges for this pump. However, I have noticed that the suction suffers significantly when using the new flanges. Bummer.
The price, ease of clean-up, and overall value definitely make up for the suction issue. I'd still recommend this over the Medela. I used a hospital grade Medela while still in the hospital and I still prefer the Ameda to that $1000+ pump.