The Lansinoh Signature Pro Double Electric Breast Pump has 3 pumping styles and 8 suction levels. The company has tried to match babies' natural feeding patterns to maximize milk production and comfort. This pump can be used as a single or double breast pump. It has a hygienic closed system so that no breast milk can backup into the tubing or motor. This feature helps prevent mold and bacteria buildup and also reduces pump cleaning time.
Included in your purchase of this pump are two flanges, storage bottles, a bottle nipple collar and cap, bottle stands, a carrying tote, and a AC adaptor with replacement parts. A nice improvement on this pump is that you can now pump directly into Lansinoh Breast Milk Storage Bags.
The flanges have soft and flexible rims which will provide comfort and help ensure a proper seal. This pump is compatible with Lansinoh's Simple Wishes Hands Free Pumping Bra.
Lansinoh has been around for over 30 years. The company was started by a breastfeeding mom.
The pump also has a digital LCD back-lit display that is nice for viewing during night time pumping. The monitor contains a digital clock that tracks phase settings, suction levels, and battery power. It is easy to read and suitable for low light conditions.
Best Features of The Product
- Easy To Clean
I've read through multiple comments along with the questions and answers, and condensed the results. I hope that this makes it easier for you to decide if the Lansinoh Signature Pro Double Electric Breast Pump may work for your needs.
Ease of Cleaning
This pump had good ratings in the ease of cleaning category. Here is a sampling from what one customer said about the ease of cleaning,
"I really like that the tubing really is separate so they'll never come in contact with the milk, and thus never need to be cleaned. The rest of the bottles/pump pieces come apart easily for quick cleaning."
The Lansinoh Signature Pro Double Electric Breast Pump is a middle of the road pump as far as pricing is concerned. Electric pumps such as this one are going to be much more than manual pumps. Many of the comments on the price were similar to this one -
"It was a decent price compared to more expensive double electrics and still works well."
Overall this pump had good reviews about comfort. One woman put it this way,
"It is adjustable so I was able to find a speed and suction strength that was comfortable and effective."
Another said this about comfort,
"It has multiple settings to make an around the clock breast pumper like me comfortable. It is gentle so no nipple soreness."
The fact that this pump didn't come with storage bags was a common complaint. For the working mom or mom on the go, this could be an inconvenience. However, if you are at home full time, then you may feel this is not a big deal. One mother had this to say, "
"This is no frills - no carry case or storage and no extras, but I did not need them since I was keeping it at home."
This pump was questionable on efficiency. Some had good results with it but others not so much. One mom explained her experience with the pump's efficiency this way,
"I bought this pump, because I had been using a single pump for 3 weeks now and it takes forever. I originally had a Medela Swing pump, but I read the reviews on the Lansinoh Double Electric Pump and it seemed like a good deal. It isn't. I have used it several times and the suction sucks. It is not nearly as powerful as my Medela. I ended up having to use my single pump to finish off, cause with the Lansinoh I only got an ounce and a half, where as I have been getting 6 ounces with my other pump. I was severely disappointed, because this means I have to go buy a whole new pump now and spend more money. This pump may work for other people but it does not work at all for me."
Apparently this pump beeps while pumping. Some women did not like it, as it was annoying and not discreet. One mom had this to say,
"You hear the suction noise with this pump (which isn't bad), but it also beeps along with the suction. I have NO IDEA why the beeping is necessary, but I find it a little aggravating (especially when I'm pumping at night, or at work). It's not discreet, that's for sure."
Another mom had this to say,
"Only complaints are that it's weirdly noisy, like a large child with a serious head cold turned up to max volume. It doesn't drown anything out, but it's not easily ignored. "
The Lansinoh Signature Pro Double Electric Breast Pump had mixed reviews on Amazon. Some women liked it a lot while others were disappointed with their purchases. One common complaint was the noise level. If you would like a quiet pump, then you might want to keep on shopping. This pump also does not come with extra storage, so that is a disadvantage for some women who want to travel with this pump. The price is about middle of the road for an electric pump. You can find cheaper ones, but you can also find some that are much more expensive than this one. I hope that this review helps you as you look to purchase the best breast pump for you.
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